5 AI Content Creation Tools That Are So Valuable That They Feel Illegal To Know
I bet that 99% of you don’t know about most of these tools.
Artificial Intelligence is about to turn the world upside down.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know how ChatGPT is shaking up businesses and content creation.
If you were looking for a sign that AI is mainstream, here it is:
In February 2023, ChatGPT was on the cover of TIME.
What most people forget…
To some degree, AI has been present in our lives for a decade now!
Ever used Siri on your iPhone?
Ever asked Google for directions?
Ever searched for a movie on Prime Video or Netflix?
Ever translated text into another language?
Content creators are amazed and scared
Most content creators are concerned about the future.
I totally get it.
New technology has always been scary.
Some have argued that ChatGPT is an “iPhone moment for AI adoption”.
For instance, when the telephone was created in 1876, people were both amazed and scared.
As the TIME sums it up perfectly:
“To create is human. For the past 300,000 years we’ve been unique in our ability to make (…) Now we have company.”
A lot of my readers have expressed a going interest in ChatGPT’s impact on writing.
Of course, you only need to go to OpenAI’s website to unlock the power of ChatGPT.
But there’s more. The pace of innovation is incredible.
There are 100s of AI tools coming out every month.
It’s hard to know which tools are genuinely useful.
Here is a good resource to get you started:
1 — There’s An AI For That — An Inventory to find AI tools
The first one I’d like to introduce to you is There’s An AI For That.
It’s an inventory to let you find new AI tools for every task
To date, the site enlists around 2,500 AI tools for 580 tasks.
Just search for “Writing”, and you’ll get a bunch of AI tools recommended.
2 — Chat by Copy.ai — The antidote to Writer’s Block
Chat by Copy.ai is the smarter ChatGPT and is designed to be an antidote to writer’s block
Plus, it helps you get more done.
It can for instance…
scrape websites for public data
provides templates across various content types such as blogs, ads, sales, websites, and social media
generate personalized copy
summarize YouTube videos into key bullet points
provide translations into 25 languages.
3 — LongShot — For Long Form content
LongShot is a writing assistant for accurate and optimized content creation.
It can help you to…
create long-form content
create SEO (search engine optimized) content
create blog content from the basic idea to
Bonus: You can use LongShot’s Medium integration to export your blog posts to and from your Medium Content Management system:
4 — Rephrase AI — Quick and Easy Way To Create Videos
You can use Rephrase AI to convert your “boring” text into highly engaging videos within minutes.
You can use these videos either for your (faceless) YouTube channel, or TikTok, or include them in your Medium stories for all visual learners.
chose a template and avatar
change the background, add music and video files
add your content
export the video
5 — Hypotenuse AI — Batch Content Creation Help
Hypotenuse AI helps you to create unique copywriting and visual content.
Plus, Hypotenuse helps you to batch-create your content.
You don’t create one piece at a time anymore. The AI helps you to create several pieces of content (long form and short form) from one piece you’ve written/you’re in the middle of writing.
It can also help you to create…
Google and Facebook ads
Bottom Line and New Video
We are in the infancy stages of what this cutting-edge tech is about to become.
However, you can leverage AI already to create better content — of course, only if you’re ready for it and want to give it a try.
This doesn’t mean you have to incorporate AI into your daily writing workflow, it only means to experiment with it a bit as I do.
Keep in mind that AI can be our partner and assistant in the content creation process and requires our human guidance.
The better our prompts and inputs are. The better the output.
Plus, the human mind has emotions that AI doesn’t have (yet).
Since a lot of my readers have expressed a going interest in ChatGPT’s impact on writing, I took a webinar from the Content Marketing Institute and experimented with the highly hyped ChatGPT a lot.
Spoiler alert: It’s been a blast. I’m impressed with how good AI already is.
To save you time and energy, here’s my new tutorial for you:
I can’t wait to get your thoughts on AI and content creation!
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Nice roundup! I only knew about Copy.ai. I love getting so many different perspectives about this technology. Hopefully, people will act responsibly, including fact-checking the output.
I was suspect of ChatGPT for a long while. Today I signed on to try use it for my first drafts. I can either be scared of it or use it to make beautiful work faster. The choice is mine.