I let an AI write this blogpost

AI is getting better and better. Nowadays you can even let them write your blog posts, ads or social media postings. Curious how good they are? Me too! I tried one of them, so you don’t have to.


I signed up for a free trial on Smart Copy by Unbounce and used all my free credits to show you the same blog article about website audits but with different tones. For this test I didn’t change anything the AI produced, so any errors were made by the AI.

The information I put in was
Type of Content: Blog Article,
Topic: content strategy, website audits
Audience: social media managers, journalists, bloggers, students
and Tone.


1. Enthusiastic

Looking to step up your content game? A content audit is a great place to start. In this blog post, we’ll discuss what a content audit is, the benefits of conducting one, and how to get started.

What is a content audit? A content audit is an inventory and assessment of the content on your website. This can include text, images, videos, and files. The purpose of a content audit is to get a clear picture of what content you have, where it’s located, and how it’s being used. This information can then be used to improve your content strategy. There are many benefits to conducting a content audit. Here are just a few: 1. Gain a clear understanding of your content 2. Identify gaps in your content 3. Develop a plan for improving your content 4. Optimize your website for search engines 5. Improve the user experience on your website How to Conduct a Content Audit Now that you know the benefits of conducting a content audit, you may be wondering how to get started. Here are a few tips: 1. Define your goals 2. Create a list of content 3. Evaluate your content 4. Determine what to keep, what to update, and what to delete 5. Create a content calendar By following these tips, you can conduct a content audit that will help you improve.

As you can see, conducting a content audit can be very beneficial to your website and business. If you’re looking to improve your content strategy, a content audit is a great place to start.



2. Worried

Are you worried about your online presence? You should be. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the importance of content strategy and website audits. We’ll also explain how you can improve your online presence with a few simple steps.

Your online presence is important for several reasons. First, it’s the first impression potential customers will have of your business. Second, it’s a reflection of your brand. And third, it can help you attract new customers and grow your business. A content strategy is a plan for how you will create, publish, and manage your content. It includes your goals, target audience, and the topics you will write about. A website audit is a review of your website to identify any problems or opportunities. Both content strategy and website audits are important for ensuring your website is effective and achieving your business goals. Here are a few tips for improving your online presence: 1. Create high-quality content. 2. Publish regularly. 3. Optimize your website for search engine optimization (SEO). 4. Promote your content on social media. 5.Engage with your audience. By following these tips, you can improve your online presence and attract more customers. 



3. Humorus

If you’re like most people, you probably think that a website audit is a boring, tedious process. But what if I told you that there’s a way to make website audits fun? In this blog post, I’ll show you how to turn a website audit into a game that you can play with your friends.

First, let’s take a look at what a website audit is and why it’s important. A website audit is a comprehensive review of a website’s content, structure, and performance. It’s important to conduct a website audit on a regular basis because it helps you to identify any problems with your website and to make sure that your website is running smoothly. Now that we know what a website audit is and why it’s important, let’s get into how to turn it into a game. The first step is to choose a website that you want to audit. Once you’ve chosen a website, you’ll need to audit it using a tool like Google’s PageSpeed Insights. After you’ve audited the website, you’ll need to score it. You can score the website based on a number of factors, such as content, structure, performance, etc. The person with the highest score at the end of the game wins! So, there you have it. Now you know how to turn a website audit into a game that you can play with your friends. Give it a try and see who comes out on top!



I definitely liked the last one the most, I was really curious what game the AI was coming up. To be honest I am not quite sure if that game would be that much fun, but at least the AI came up with a new and entertaining view on website audits. What was your favorite prompt?

Of course there are way more AI tools for blog writing out there and also some who produce high quality content, but most of them are expensive. They do have limitations. Nobody would publish anything that wasn’t read by a human. At least I wouldn’t do it. Free versions like the one I used also do limit how long the text is or how often you can use it. Smart Copy didn’t write more than what I copied, even if i would press the “write more” button. In my opinion these texts are not really what I would call and informative blog article on website audits or content strategy. If you want to read one who was written by a real human being you can read more here.
If you are interested in other tools you can find a list here.

Photo by Markus Winkler on Unsplash

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  1. It’s pretty interesting what AI can do nowadays, right? I too got AI to write an entire post for me, and I have to say I was pretty impressed with the end result. Of course, as a writer, I’m not too concerned about them taking over my job, because that means humans will ascend to more editorial tasks instead of writing.

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