Contentyze is a powerful text editor that lets you generate large amounts of content.

One of the most popular use cases for Contentyze is probably exactly what you think - blogging.

For this purpose, you will want to use the “Editor”:

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In the editor, you can choose between 3 models: General, Rewrite, and Summary.

Each of them has its benefits. In the “General” model, you write a prompt (prompt meaning a headline or a question) it can look like this: “How to decrease churn rate for a saas company?” or “The best dog beds for small dogs”, and depending on the length of the text you usually wait between a couple of seconds or minutes until the text is generated. You can choose the length from up to 250 words, up to 500, and up to 1000 words in the “long text” option. After the text is generated you can leave it as is or start editing it by hand to your liking.

This is how a generated text looks in the “General Model”:

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The “Rewrite” model just as the name suggests lets you rewrite a text. You can put in full articles or links to the articles. Once you find an article you would like to rewrite, there are 2 options to choose from. The first one is “Abstract” where Contentyze finds novel words that are different from the given text. The second option is “Extract” where the generated text will have similar words to the given text.

This is how you can generate a text using Rewrite. Paste in the text you want to rewrite in the field on top, click on Generate, and then wait for results:

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Finally, we get to the last model “Summary”. Similarly to the rewrite model you have to provide a link or put in the text you would like to summarize. One thing to note here is that if you’re not providing a link but rather a text then it has to be in a single line to get the best result (but can be quite long). The summary model also has two other important features “Abstract” and “Extract”. The Abstract feature generates a one-line summary of the text you provide. And the Extract feature provides a longer summary.

Here’s how the Abstract feature works with a link (paste, click on Generate, wait):

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And here’s the Extract feature that provides a longer summary:

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Now, after you have chosen which model is best for the occasion and you generated the text. You can either start tailoring it to your requirements or leave it as is. The main point of the editor is to help you with your writing so you can scale up your content production and be much more efficient. Once we are done and have all the content we need, it’s time to post it on our blog! So let’s take a look at how a blog post can look in practice.

Here’s a generated text on the Contentyze platform, already after I’ve edited it to make it look better:

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In this example, we’ve taken 2 generated texts and put them together with minimal editing. We entered the same prompt twice “How to buy a house and get a mortgage?” by simply clicking generate twice we received two different texts. Every time you press generate you will get a different text even if the prompt will remain the same. If you wish you can of course write as many headlines/questions (prompts) as you want and put everything together as you like.

Posted text on the blog:

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The whole process from zero to published took 7min and the best part is we didn’t have to pay for any content writers.

Here is a closer look at the text:

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The time and money savings are incomparable to anything else which is extremely beneficial especially for startups, small businesses, or digital marketers. But, Contentyze can be used by anyone who would simply like to boost their writing and always have a super assistant by their side.