I recently came across a review of an AI content generator tool, Kafkai. The article contended that Kafkai is a powerful AI writing tool for generating content fast and an incredible option for people who can’t spend a fortune on AI tools.
Further, the article claimed that the AI writer Kafkai is designed for bulk content production, will help you write articles quickly and generate a constant supply of blog posts and original articles from scratch. The review pointed out that while several AI tools generate blog titles and ad copy, Kafkai generates long-form content that you can publish after minutes of editing.
As a blogger and business owner, I’m into online marketing and content marketing. I’m always looking for new and innovative ways to improve my content for SEO. I naturally had the question, will readable content be generated? Could artificial intelligence tools really replace me? Or are they just another trend that will eventually fade away?
In this post, we’ll explore Kafkai and use this AI tool to generate articles and see if you can replace a human writer to create quality content. Stay tuned!
What is Kafkai?
Kafkai was developed by Niteo, a fully remote company founded in 2007, with developers worldwide. This AI writer claims to use cutting-edge technology for marketers and SEOs. It uses the machine learning algorithm open-sourced by Elon Musk’s OpenAI. I thought, well, they must know what they’re doing if they’ve been in business for more than a decade.
Kafkai comes in 4 pricing tiers. The higher the pricing tier you choose, the lower the price per article.
Kafkai is offering a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Kafkai Free Trial
All plans come with a 3-day free trial, so I thought there’s nothing to lose and proceeded to sign up with my Paypal details for the Writer plan.
The process of creating articles is relatively straightforward. There are three modes of operation using this AI article writer.
Niche article writer: Kafkai generates a random article around a chosen niche in the Niche article writing mode.
Advanced Niche Article Writer with Seeding: You can use a seed paragraph to help direct the content in this mode.
General Writer mode: This is for people who don’t have a specific niche in mind.
The first two modes use their own AI models for niche article generation, while the third mode is not trained on a specific niche.
Can you let AI write the content for you and be happy with the output? Let’s see what happens when Kafkai gets to work on its own!
The first topic I wanted the AI to write was something I had some background knowledge about, so I chose the niche Affiliate marketing. This is the content output that the AI generated. I’ll let you read for yourself.
If I had to describe what I think of the article, I would say it’s light and fluffy. I get the feeling like, what was that? Did it make any sense? And what’s with the title?
Disheartened, the second topic I chose was something a little easier, related to self-improvement. This is the content output that Kafkai generated:
I think this content still doesn’t make any sense. It doesn’t quite feel right. There is a lack of structure here that I just can’t get past. I started having a headache after reading this content.
You might be thinking to yourself, “it’s just two articles.” Yes! You’re right! So I decided to give Kafkai another shot by choosing a different niche. This time, I chose the Dogs niche. After all, it shouldn’t be that hard to generate content about dogs, should it?
Here’s what Kafkai came up with:
I’m sorry to say this, but I still don’t think the AI did a great job. The article is choppy and doesn’t flow well. There are several fluffy statements and grammatical errors.
Although this article is a little better than the first two, it cannot be published without good editing. It definitely can’t be published with light editing. So much for AI output! I can write much faster on my own, than trying to read through the whole article, pick out what’s relevant and edit it accordingly.
Kafkai might be acceptable if you don’t care about the quality of your content and just want to get a post out quickly. But I don’t think this is going to replace writers anytime soon!
Overall, Kafkai is a bit of a letdown for me. If you’re looking for content purely for search engine optimization, just to satisfy search engines, the content might be passable. Although it is better than article spinners, it just needs more work and some fine-tuning before I can recommend this tool, as a writer, to my clients.
There are better tools out there that produce better quality content. If you’re looking for AI writing tools to generate high quality articles, I suggest trying out other options before settling on Kafkai.
If my experience is anything to go by, I would say it’s best not to purchase Kafkai just yet! However, I would still recommend giving Kafkai a go, especially with the free trial that they offer. You never know, you might be pleasantly surprised!
So what is my Kafkai review? I wasn’t impressed with the articles generated. Based on the AI-generated content, I think it might be best to stick with human writers for content creation as they seem to know how to write better than a machine and produce decent content…at least for now!
I’m going to have some coffee to cure my headache and going back to writing my own content!
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