Content At Scale: Your Writing Woes Are Over!
Meet my new favourite AI content writing tool: Content At Scale.
As an entrepreneur, you know that content creation is an important part of marketing.
If you want to show your expertise…
Share valuable information with your audience…
And be found on Google, then blogging is the way to go.
Sure, you can get away without it.
Focus on social media.
But long-form blog posts are still one of the best ways to share authoritative information.
And of course, rank on Google.
But what if you just don’t have time to write?
Or if you don’t have the inclination?
You can hire a content writer.
Or you can use Content At Scale.
Content At Scale is an AI content writing platform.
That means it does most of the research and writing work for you.
Saving you hours of work…
And possibly hours of stress too!
- 3 artificial intelligence engines
- 2 language processing and semantic analysis algorithms
- Crawls Google and top ranking content for context
- Built-in plagiarism checker
It doesn’t just put words on a page.
It analyses, researches, and writes something that actually sounds normal.
Of course, it’s not perfect…
But it’s surprisingly close.
We’ll get into the details of how it works further down.
But here are a few quick reasons you should consider it.
AI seems like it should be complicated.
But Content As Scale is actually super easy.
All you really need is a keyword, but you can also help shape the post by feeding it a bit of context around your topic.
Plug it in where you’re prompted, and let it do its thing.
The whole interface is quite intuitive as well.
There’s not a lot of guesswork.
It’s straightforward and even quite fun!
Want to rank on Google for a particular keyword?
Content At Scale can help your article do that.
The built-in algorithms do a good job of ticking all the SEO boxes.
Ever used Yoast SEO?
Content At Scale offers similar SEO information…
And their DFY generator hits many of them without you needing to do anything.
- Keyword in heading
- Keyword in meta description
- Sub-heading with main KW in it
- Optimal lengths for article and meta
- And more
There’s even a handy little checklist to help you make sure everything has been hit.
We’ll get into this later on!
This is what separates Content At Scale from many other AI content generators.
When you set up your project, you’ll be prompted to include contextual information on the topic.
This is your opportunity to explain what sort of context you want this article written in.
For example, let’s take the topic “How to Write Online”.
It has a ton of different contexts.
- Teaching people how to start earning money online by writing.
- Helping those who want to share their creative writing on an online community.
- Copywriting, content writing, email writing…
Having the chance to explain your chosen context here is invaluable.
It’s the difference between getting an article that doesn’t make sense…
And one that’s actually valuable to your readers.
You can even select the tone of voice so you’re engaging to your readers.
One of the best things about this site is the ability to put out an article a day…
Of 2,000+ words…
With little to no time and effort.
It’s a dream come true for busy entrepreneurs.
All you really need to do is keyword research.
Then you spend a bit of time setting up your projects.
But from there…
All the hard work is done for you.
20+ articles a month, no sweat, no stress.
Wondering if it’s going to cost you a fortune?
Although there is a chunky fee for using Content At Scale, don’t let that put you off.
Let’s take a quick look at the average fee writers charge.
Beginner writers can charge between 5 cents and 8 cents per word.
The starting package for Content At Scale costs $500 (for 20 blog posts).
Paying a writer $500 (based on the above rates) would get you 10,000 words.
Which equals either 10 posts of 1,000 words…
Or 5 posts of 2,000 words.
And that’s if you go for the writers who charge less!
For Content At Scale’s fee, you’re getting at least 20,000 words…
Most likely more as the average post currently is 1,378 words.
If you’re on a budget but need content…
This is the way to go.
P.S. Yes, you can use a content marketplace…
But you’ll most likely get bad content for your price and you’ll need to do a lot of handholding.
This was a huge pro for me!
Connect to your WordPress account and you can publish directly to your site.
No need to download and re-upload anything.
It’s as easy as you can get!
What’s great also is the fact that it will automatically do the internal linking using all of the semantically relevant keywords for the post. So any time your other content mentions those words, it will link them to the new post automatically!
Here’s how to create your new blog post in Content At Scale.
Keep in mind that you’ll need to sign up before you can actually use the tool.
There’s quite a lot of info to add upfront before any content generation is done.
- Project Name: Anything you like. The prompt recommends your website or company name, but you can choose anything that helps you to identify the project.
- Context: Offer some context as to what you do or what service you offer. This helps to nail down the context around which your article will be built.
- Target Audience: Who are you writing for? Specifying your target audience adds more to the context, so you end up speaking directly to your people.
- Tone of Voice: Want to be informative? Casual? Persuasive? Choose how you want your article to come across.
- Keyword: You’ll find this on the next pop-up. Choose the keyword you want to rank for, or add up to 20 in a CSV file, which will generate 20 different blog posts.
- More Context: You’ll have an opportunity here to add more context about the actual blog post and the direction you want it to go in.
Once you’ve added the important info, your pending posts will pop up on the next page.
Take note that you might need to wait a few minutes before they show up and can be edited.
Once you can edit—by clicking on the small blue button on the right hand side of the article name—click on the generated name to get to the editor.
You’ll see the entire article is right there.
Complete with Table of Contents!
It’s important to note that this isn’t something you can just set, generate, and publish.
While it’s extremely simple to generate your article…
Some editing is highly advised.
It’s one of the best AI content writing I’ve ever come across…
But it does need that human touch.
Once your article is generated, go through it to optimise it.
There are plenty of handy tools right at your disposal to help you do this.
You can check out your meta description, headline, and word count upfront.
Here you can also add a featured image, which I recommend.
Next to that, there’s a handy SEO checklist.
First up, you’ll see a list of recommended keywords and how often they appear.
Scroll down a bit and you’ll find the checklist of SEO actions.
This is an excellent starting point for optimisation.
Make sure you go through the content while you’re sorting out keywords.
While editing, I noticed some repetition of certain words and phrases throughout the text.
There were also a couple of instances of 3 sentences in a row beginning with the same word, which Google doesn’t like for SEO.
And a few cases of missed spaces between sentences.
These are the things you’ll need to check for.
But all in all, there shouldn’t be a ton of editing for you to do!
From there, it’s simply a case of choosing to publish it to your blog.
Content At Scale produces surprisingly good articles from your keyword and context info.
Although I recommend editing them, it’s easy to see that there’s some good content coming out of this AI tool.
The best way to see the quality is to compare an unedited vs edited article.
Here’s a generated but unedited article that comes from this AI software:
On the other hand, here’s one I did a bit of light editing on:
Not bad either way!
Content At Scale is excellent for creating blog content. It is purpose-built for this purpose.
But they’re clear about not being suitable for those who want sales copy.
If you’re looking to create:
- Landing pages
- Ads (social media & Google)
- Sales letters
Or anything else with the purpose of selling…
It’s probably not for you.
You also can’t create social media content, so if that’s what you need, you should look for a different tool.
But if you need blog content, then you won’t find better than Content At Scale.
Especially if you need a large volume of content.
As a busy entrepreneur, I love this tool.
It’s basically a research and first draft-creation tool…
And it saves me hours and hours of time every month.
Even kind of fun.
If you need blog content at scale, I highly recommend it.
Dedicate just a few hours every month to editing and optimising… And you’ll never have to hire a writer again