I tried out some of the best AI Text Generators

In recent years, demand for high-quality content has skyrocketed, with the ever-growing criteria of Google’s ranking algorithm being one of the biggest drivers.

Even though it’s still a relatively new technology, artificial intelligence (or “AI”) can currently write articles that are almost as good as anything authored by a person, but there are some limitations.

What is GPT-3 technology?

GPT-3 is able to discover patterns in human communication by analysing huge archives of human speech. This data is then used to produce written content. An all-in-one sentence-creation tool is what it fundamentally is.

GPT-3 is the most current example of how technology is being used to improve the writing process by human authors, but it requires correct direction in order to generate professional intelligible writing.

After inputting a few keywords, you can effortlessly generate 1000 meaningful words in no time at all.

Should I use an ai writing tool?

Using them, on the other hand, can save you hours of time spent on thinking and structuring your piece. Most articles will only require the tiniest bit of editing once you provide the title of your required content.

Using these technologies is an investment in the future — Al-generated content gets better and better with time.

With many services starting at around $20 per month, they’re well worth your money if you need to generate material for marketing purposes. Some people are apparently even writing books with them!

Think of it as your own personal writing assistant that can literally save you hours.

Copywriters can now put their expertise to work more efficiently, resulting in a fivefold increase in output, if not more in some cases.

What is the best AI text generator?

Here are some of the top contenders:

Jasper

It has various templates that can be used to generate content (see image below) and paying a little extra gives you access to their ‘Boss Mode’ which without doubt can produce some incredible results that are completely indistinguishable from human written text.

Jasper has a myriad of options to use for creating text

Once Jasper knows what to right about you can keep generating relevant text by pressing the command button.

Jasper can also plug into Surfer SEO if you have an account, helping you to make the most search engine friendly articles possible. It also has a plethora of different templates for generating high quality content, including paid search ads.

There is also an active Facebook group for Jasper users with lots of sharing of information on different ways to use the technology. You can also get an expert accreditation qualification for those who want to utilise this incredible text generator professionally.

Writesonic

Wrtitesonic Ad creation options

With Writesonic the system can suggest your headings and have a good quality blog post generated literally in seconds. It has less options than Jasper, but is a little more affordable. The output it created was impressive.

It also has templates for generating high performing PPC (pay per click) adverts including Facebook Ads, Google Adwords and LinkedIn Ads.

Quillbot

Article rewritten by Quillbot
Quillbot has powerful rewriting capabilities

The ‘creative’ option can produce some pretty interesting rewrites, though you’ll need to keep an eye on the final edit and check that the meaning of the text generated is still on point. It’s a damned fine tool however.

It also has options for ‘fluency, formal, simple and expand’. You can also adjust the number of synonyms used, which dictates how accurate the final input will be.

I have personally used it to create dozens of pages of original content, borrowing a paragraph here, rewriting it, then borrowing a paragraph somewhere else and doing the same.

Much of what Quillbot produced came out at a higher standard than I could myself manage, to be quite frank.

Rytr

It includes a native copyright infringement checker to ensure the originality of the text and highlight any changes that are needed.

At the last count, I saw 22 different tones for your text to be written in. I asked it to write a paragraph about which AI produces the most realistic language and it came up with this:

“There are many AI writers available in the market. Some of them are free and some of them are paid. The best AI writer for you depends on your needs and budget.

The most popular AI writing tool is QuillBot, which is a free text generator that can be used to generate content for any topic or niche. It has a lot of features that make it stand out from the rest of the competition, such as its ability to produce realistic language and its ability to generate content at scale.”

Pretty impressive. The input it got was: “What is the best ai text generator? How to choose the ai writer for you.”

Interesting that it pointed me to Quillbot. I did ask it for the humorous voice, however!

There is a free option to Rytr, which allows you to test all of its features. You can get a decent article together really quickly by letting it generate the blog headings and then putting them into the blog section generator. I was impressed.

You’ll run out of credits quickly, however. Especially once you realise how fast you can generate articles that require only a very cursory edit.

The ‘saver’ plan is a mere $9 per month! The word count limit is not huge with this option though - I was able to get to through around 20% of my allowance after generating 5 or 6 articles.

Rytr generated this article
Rytr produced this article in seconds

This is a super easy to use great value tool though, with some really handy features.

I was able to generate the 600 word article shown above in just a couple of minutes, which I found to be quite mind boggling, and this was after only seconds of using the software for the very first time.

For more AI writing tools see this post on Medium for details on 27 popular ai text generators.

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