Having to be your creative self every time you write content can be difficult. Some days, you just lack inspiration. We’ve all been there. AI writing tools have been developed to help writers battle this problem and create high-quality content and copies while saving time and effort.
ContentBot is one of those platforms designed to help you find inspiration and overcome writer’s block. Using the world’s most advanced AI language models, creating content from blog topics to sales emails will be a breeze.
So, what is exactly does ContentBot do?
What is ContentBot?
ContentBot is a platform that makes use of a variety of AI models, with the main model being GPT-3 by OpenAI, much like most of the other AI copywriting services in the market. GPT-3, or Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 is an autoregressive language model which uses deep learning to produce human-like text.
ContentBot helps you “fight back against the blank page”. Sometimes, all you need is inspiration to start writing, and ContentBot can give you exactly that, with over 25 highly tuned AI tools at your fingertips. A simple input of what you want to write about will be enough for ContentBot to generate results in under 30 seconds.
If you’re wondering about the originality of these content, ContentBot assures you 95% of the content generated by the AI is unique and original. The platform also provides a uniqueness score for the content to allow you peace of mind.
Who is ContentBot for?
ContentBot has over 25 tools to choose from to help you generate persuasive and marketing-worthy copies.
You won’t have to struggle with content ideas, as well as how to expand bullet ideas or rephrase sentences as ContentBot can help you increase your content output substantially.
ContentBot has tools to create marketing advertisements specifically for various social media platforms.
ContentBot can help you generate ideas for your brand, from slogans to brand names, much like a business partner.
Choose from ContentBot’s collection of tools to come up with persuasive meta content and blog topic ideas.
Write about anything under the sun with ease using ContentBot’s web app or WordPress plugin.
- Blog topic ideas
- Blog Intros
- Bullet point expansion
- Tone changer
- Ad Copy
- Brand names
- Product descriptions
- Marketing ideas
ContentBot offers two types of plans: Premium and Premium Plus. Both plans consist Basic Features, Advanced Features, and Automated Emails. Basic features include blog topics, blog intros, listicles, bullet point expander, ads, video descriptions, product descriptions, and other short forms of copies. It also includes a plagiarism checker. Advanced features include full blog posts, AI autocompleter, AI rewriter, paraphrase rewriter, and landing pages. The only difference for the two plans is the number of full blog posts and paraphrase rewrites you can generate in a month. For a Premium Plan, you are offered 25 full blog posts and 25 runs of paraphrasing. For a Premium Plus Plan, you are offered 75 full blog posts and 250 runs per month.
Both plans also come with priority support, community access, and unlimited credits, much like other AI copywriting services. If you don’t know about credits yet, credits are sort of like tickets you use to avail of a batch of generated copies. For ContentBot, one credit yields up to 6 snippets of copies.
Ease of Use
You don’t have to be experienced to understand and follow ContentBot’s web app. Everything’s pretty straightforward once you sign up and get to your dashboard. You are instantly greeted by the collection of copywriting and marketing tools to choose from, and you’ll only have to select what type of copy you want to write in order to start generating results. I like the simplicity of the workspace itself as the whole process of making the copies, from inputting necessary information and descriptions to the preview of the resulting copies will be shown in one space, even a sample of what you need to input. No changing of windows and no need to scroll too far as everything is conveniently placed before your eyes.
Also, if you ever need more help or would like to raise concerns, you can always start a conversation with the ContentBot team through the chat icon located at the bottom left of your dashboard.
Here are the annual prices for ContentBot’s plans:
ContentBot offers a free trial for its new users with no specific time frame. However, access is limited to 20 credits, 5 full blog posts, and 5 article rewrites so be wise and test out as much as you can. The trial is up once you use up the credits and articles.
For the services and tools that come with it, I think ContentBot’s Premium Plan is a good price. Compared to other AI copywriting platforms, it offers a pretty affordable price. You can basically generate as much copies as you want everytime you create a project as you are not limited by credits. As recommended by ContentBot, the Premium Plan is perfect for copywriters, marketers, and entrepreneurs. Since you will probably only need short form content, and since you have unlimited credits for the plan, you will get your money’s worth.
For agencies and much larger copywriting businesses, the Premium Plus is recommended. Because it mainly offers more full blog posts and article rewrites as compared to the Premium Plan, I do think that this it a bit expensive. However, if you think you really need a lot of blogs and article rewrites, then perhaps this would be a much suitable plan for you.
Review In Detail
Let’s see just how easy it is use ContentBot.
ContentBot’s page looks simple and provides you with everything you need to know in a glance. It doesn’t really look as premium as compared to other copywriting services, but the page does its job. Also, I like that the page itself isn’t too wordy and long as scrolling and reading through a lot of features can be overwhelming. Overall, I think the website is pretty inviting and is a good fit for beginners.
The first thing you’ll see on the page is the Start Your Free Trial button. It doesn’t immediately pressure you to avail a plan. Instead, ContentBot encourages you to take it out for a free spin. Below this, you read short but sweet information about what ContentBot is, what it can do for you, and so much more. You can even read the answers to questions you might be wondering about. You can also read a few testimonials from ContentBot’s happy customers who happen to be successful founders and marketers. I like how they even put links to their own websites, proving how satisfied they are with ContentBot.
When you sign up as a new user to ContentBot, they will immediately give you your free credits. To sign up to ContentBot, you only have to click on the Start Your Free Trial button, found at the top of the page. ContentBot will ask you for your name, email address, and password. You will also be asked how you were able to hear about them and to select your role, which will probably help their AI optimize the content generation for you. A good thing is that it doesn’t ask for your credit card details. However, you can also opt to sign up using your Google or Facebook account for an even faster process.
After signing up, you will immediately be directed to your dashboard.
As you can see, the dashboard is vey simple and straight-forward, so even though there isn’t really a tour given once you sign up, you don’t need to worry about getting confused or overwhelmed. On the top left of the screen, you are presented with a tracker of the credits and articles you have used which is a good reminder of your progress in ContentBot. In the middle of your dashboard, you can scroll through the collection of copywriting and marketing tools you can use. You can also see a list of the tools on the left side of your screen.
Below the tools on your Menu, you can see Automation, which is a really interesting and unique feature of ContentBot. The Automation feature allows you to schedule daily, weekly, or monthly emails about marketing or content ideas about whatever topic you input. With this feature, ContentBot will be able to remind you of things on your to-do list, goals, or simply to inspire you and get you back on track.
Below Automation, we now have the Saved Content. Clicking on this link will bring you to your previously saved articles and copies. ContentBot doesn’t have project files or folders which is something I would have liked to keep all my copies organized and avoid the clutter. You can always download your copies, but it would have been better to keep them organized right there on the platform.
Below Saved Content, you see the Account button and pressing this will allow you to manage your billing, the users of your account, and upgrade your plan.
For help and other concerns, you have different options for getting your much-needed answers. ContentBot’s Knowledge Base will redirect you to a link where you can read advice and tips from the ContentBot team. You also have the option to join ContentBot’s Facebook group to connect, share ideas, and ask question from other people using ContentBot. For more urgent concerns, you can also click on the chat icon to talk to a member of the ContentBot team, though it would take a few hours before they get back to you.
To start writing a copy, let’s go back to our dashboard and scan the tools available for use. For this trial, let’s say that we are to make a Facebook advertisement for a coffee business called Brew.
Step 1: Select the tool you wish to use for your copy. For a Facebook ad, we’ll find it under Marketing Tools on the left side of our screen.
Step 2: After selecting our tool, ContentBot will now set up our workspace. For a Facebook account, here is how the workspace will look like. On the left side are the things we’ll need to input for ContentBot to get a feel of what we want to create. We’ll only need to input our Product Name, and a short description of the product, our target market, and some keywords. We also have the option to change the language of our copy.
You’ll notice on the right side that ContentBot provides us with samples of what it’s looking for from us and what we can expect to get from the AI, which is a very convenient way for us to picture and clearly understand what we need to do. The only thing that I’m missing here from other AI copywriting tools is being able to set a tone or mood for our copy.
Step 3: Once you’ve finished filling out the boxes, what’s next for us is to click on the Generate Content Button. I’ve gone ahead and wrote down a short description for Brew, so let’s see what ContentBot comes up with.
Step 4: Choose from the results and pick your favorites. Your favorites will automatically be saved.
I like how ContentBot presented the samples for the Facebook ads, as it gives you a glimpse of how your copy will look like once it is posted. Another thing I would have liked to see it the option to edit your text right then and there. Overall, I think ContentBot was able to give results I would probably use after a few more edits.
Here are some of the results generated:
- Brew- fresh, smooth cold brew coffee with absolutely no acidity.
- Premium coffee made at home in minutes? Yes please!
- Brew comes in a metallic pack filled with luxurious Colombian coffee, rich milk, and velvety chocolate.
I personally think there could be some better results for this, and after a few more generations and more descriptions, the content gradually became better. So, just make sure to provide ContentBot with carefully prepared descriptions for better results.
To further test out ContentBot’s capabilities, let’s try one of its Copywriting Tools and see what it comes up with. For a Blog Intro, I noticed that ContentBot asks for the tone of the article. However, the only options were limited to Professional, Playful, Third Person, and First Person.
Overall, ContentBot is very easy to use, and it is able to produce content in a matter of only seconds. You won’t necessarily get the best content right away but after a few more generations and edits, you will be able to arrive with high-quality and marketing-worthy copies. There were a few times I found myself missing some features such as the option to create folders and edit content on the spot, but ContentBot is still able to do its purpose: to inspire you and help you generate ideas and content. You may need to edit the generated results before you can finally make use of them, but it still beats having to write without something to go on.
-Offers a free trial (which isn’t time-limited) without asking for credit card details.
-Credits are unlimited for all plans
-Interface is simple and easy to understand
-No option to edit the generated copies right away
-A bit slower when it comes to content generation
-You can’t organize your copies in the app itself
ContentBot Alternatives & Competitors
ContentBot vs. Copysmith
One of the main features of Copysmith is a built-in plagiarism checker to make sure that your copies are original, giving it an edge over its competitors. ContentBot also has a plagiarism checker. The difference between the two is that for Copysmith, you get limited checks per month whereas you get unlimited for each of ContentBot’s plans.
Both Copysmith and ContentBot have a much slower generation of results compared to others, and quality of results are same. You will need to hit the generate button a few more times to find what you are looking for.
Considering the prices of starting plans for both services, Copysmith is more affordable at only $16. However, with Copysmith you are limited to only short forms of content (for a Starter plan). You will have to avail larger plans to create longer content whereas ContentBot gives you unlimited access to all its available tools (except for full blogs and article rewrites). Should you need long forms of content, with Copysmith, you will have to avail the $50 plan. At this point, ContentBot would be more affordable at $29 dollars.
ContentBot vs. CopyAI
CopyAI is another AI copywriting service with a big collection of tools to choose from. With CopyAI, you can even generate content for personal purposes such as greeting cards, birthday cards, and love letters. Though ContentBot is still developing its AI for more features, it lacks some tools and templates that CopyAI already has. On top of that, ContentBot is much slower.
Both platforms are easy to follow but I do think that CopyAI’s interface is more pleasing than that of ContentBot’s. I also prefer having the option to edit my copies as they are generated and store them in project folders to keep my workspace organized, which is something you can’t do with ContentBot. Also, the quality of CopyAI’s content is better compared to most AI services.
Both services are generous when it comes to their plans, offering unlimited access to its features. ContentBot’s Premium plan is priced at $29, which isn’t really far from CopyAI’s Solo Plan which costs $35. Since CopyAI offers more tools, CopyAI may be a better choice.
ContentBot vs. Writesonic
Writesonic offers a bigger collection of tools and templates compared to other services. Its other features include other writing essentials such as Content Rephraser, Grammar Checker, and Readability Checker.
Both services make use of credits as sort of tickets to generate copies and ContentBot is a bit more generous as it offers unlimited credits for its plans. However, Writesonic is much better when it comes to the quality of your copy. Writesonic is also much faster when it comes to the generation of results, as there is more of a wait with ContentBot.
For $29, you get unlimited access with ContentBot. Writesonic’s Starter Plan, priced at $25 gives you 75 credits every month, which can be enough if you aren’t to use the app for extensive times. ContentBot works well but comparing the two, Writesonic delivers content that captures more of your brand’s essence and tone.
Conversion.AI makes use of a true AI copywriting assistant called Jarvis with a vast array of templates from SEO meta tags to Youtube video outlines, blog post intros, and Amazon product descriptions. Aside from basic content creation, Conversion.AI can help you improve your content by expanding sentences or rewriting paragraphs.
ContentBot and Conversion.AI share a few of the same tools and features. Comparing the quality of the copies both platforms are able to produce, Conversion.AI takes the win. Because there are a lot requirements to set up for Conversion.AI, the copies you generate are much more personalized and genuine.
ContentBot offers unlimited access to all its tools and services for only $29. Conversion.AI offers a plan for the same price of $29, but you are limited to only 20,000 words per month. An unlimited subscription to Conversion.AI costs $109, making it almost 4 times more expensive than ContentBot.
ContentBot vs. Rytr
Rytr has one of the simplest and easiest to understand user interfaces among the other AI copywriting services. It features a much larger variety of tones to choose from, but what really sets it apart from other services is that it offers a free plan with 5,000 characters per month.
ContentBot and Rytr both offers plans with unlimited access to their respective tools and services at a price of $29. Comparing the two, Rytr is much more convenient to use as it makes use of a one-window interface, and you can edit your copies as they are generated. Also, Rytr looks much more organized and put together, which is a plus as cluttered platforms make it a bit more difficult to work. With ContentBot, there’s no option to edit your copies right away but it does offer a much larger collection of tools and copies than that of Rytr’s.
ContentBot vs. ShortlyAI
Though it is powered by the same language model as other well-known AI copywriting services, ShortlyAI offers fewer features and capabilities as it focuses mainly on writing, shortening, lengthening, or rephrasing longer forms of content such as blogs, essays, reviews, and stories.
The main difference of the two platforms is that with ShortlyAI, you are limited to creating only longers forms of content. Even though you are paying a huge amount of $65 per month, ShortlyAI will not be of much help when it comes to generating social media ads, product descriptions, headlines, and other shorter forms of content. With ContentBot, you can create both long and short types of content for only $29.
Closers Copy is an AI copywriting software that is jam-packed with features to help you improve copyrighting skills, templates to help you get started, as well as all the copywriting tools you need to be a great copywriter.
In terms of what you can do with the platform, Closers Copy wins as it includes a lot of extra features that will help grow your business and your copies even further such as Power Words Lookup, Thesaurus Lookup, and analysis of copy’s Emotions, Sentences, Keywords, and Voice. You can even make use of Closers Copy to quickly reveal whether your email copy will make an impact on your audience or if it will simply get lost in their spam box.
Another big difference between these two is that ContentBot already offers unlimited access with all of its plans at a price of $29, while Closers Copy’s Starting Plan only offers up to 50,000 characters every month for $29.99. To get unlimited access with Closers Copy, it will cost you $79.99. Based only on the prices, ContentBot offers more for your money. However, for the price, Closers Copy does offer so much extra features that are beneficial for all sorts of marketing or business-related activities on top of the basic AI copywriting services it provides.
ContentBot vs. Anyword
Aside from basic content creation, Anyword offers some of the best extra features for developing businesses. One of these features is the inclusion of a Predictive Engagement Score for every generated copy, allowing you to determine the impact of your copy and optimize the content for your target audience.
When it comes to tools and services, ContentBot and Anyword are not that far off from each other. The only difference is that Anyword focuses mainly on shorter forms of content. ContentBot and Anyword also are on the same level when it comes to the quality of content produced.
The biggest difference between these two is that ContentBot offers unlimited access to all its tools and services once you avail a plan whereas Anyword has word limits per month. A Premium Plan with ContentBot will cost you $29. For a Starter Plan with 15,000 words per month, Anyword will charge you $19. Considering these plans, Anyword is more affordable but if you wish to exceed the 15,000-word limit, you will then have to pay $39 (for 35,000 words), making ContentBot the more stable plan. However, Anyword does include promising features so you may also want to consider that.
ContentBot vs. Nichesss
Nichesss is a relatively new AI copywriting assistant, but it can already do powerful content creation and idea generation. One of the most unique features of Nichesss are the quizzes you can take to help you get ideas in starting or developing your business.
In terms of available tools and quality of copies produced, ContentBot and Nichesss aren’t that far off from each other. One thing that differs the two platforms is that with ContentBot, editing of your copies right away isn’t yet available. With Nichesss, you only need to click on your copy to start editing it to your liking.
Both platforms are generous when it comes to their plans as both ContentBot and Nichesss offer their customers unlimited access to all their tools and other services. The main difference is that ContentBot is much more expensive compared to Nichesss, with ContentBot’s Premium Plan priced at $29 and Nichesss’ at $19. Considering that it already offers a lot of powerful tools, Nichesss is the better option.