If you want to leverage generative AI but still want to maintain control over your generated content, Wordsmith is for you. It gives you full control over the structure and narrative of an article.
As the author, you’ll provide the outline (section headings and a one-liner on what it should cover), and then Wordsmith assists in fleshing out the article, section by section.
Remain in control of your voice, your brand, and your website, give Wordsmith a try!
Wordsmith is part of the NicheIQ Tool Suite
To get to Wordsmith, first click on the NicheIQ button from your Ezoic dashboard.
In the NicheIQ dashboard, click on “Wordsmith” in the left-hand menu.
To get started, click on “New Document” once you’re in the Wordsmith dashboard.
To create a new article, you’ll need to create an article outline. You can create one separately then paste it into Wordsmith, or create it natively within Wordsmith.
Headings in your outline can be denoted using “##” at the start of the heading.
Text immediately beneath the heading will provide instructions for Wordsmith as it generates content. Text in this section can also be included directly in the article. This is useful if you want the text to include something specific, or if you have parts of the article already written.
Tips for the outline:
This is where you can input your outline. You’ll set a title for your article, then input the outline. You can copy and paste into the text box, or type directly in the text box.
Once your outline is complete, click “Continue.”
In this step, you’ll add keywords to your document to help Wordsmith understand the topic more effectively. This will also help improve SEO as important keywords will be included.
Next, you can review sections parsed from the outline. It will initially appear exactly as you input it in your outline in the first step, so you’ll want to edit each section individually.
To do so, click the “Edit” button next to the section you want to update. To get the best results, proceed from the first to the last section so Wordsmith can build on the narrative you provide.
Here you can edit the heading and the content text. You can make changes, edit the title, or adjust the content outline as needed.
You can specify things like content length, target audience, specific guidelines, and other parameters as if you were instructing a writer. When you’ve specified everything you want to include, click on “Expand Content” and Wordsmith will create the article section based on the parameters you set.
Once the text is generated, make sure to proofread it! You can edit the generated text as needed, and you can use the Undo and Redo buttons to undo or redo your edits as necessary.
Once the text is to your liking, you can proceed to the next section to repeat the process by clicking the “Next Section” button. You can also get back to earlier sections with the "Previous Section" button
When you’re done editing, you can go back to the section overview page by clicking “back” above the section you’re editing.
Repeat this process for each section until you have a complete article. You can add new sections if desired by scrolling to the bottom of your list of sections and clicking on the “New Section” button. You can also reorder the sections by drag-and-dropping them. Once each section has been generated and edited, click the “Continue” button near the bottom of this page.
In the “Finish” step, you can view statistics about the generated article such as the character count and word count.
To review the generated article in its entirety, click on “Final Document:”
If you find errors or changes you want to make, click the Back arrow to go back to the sections page and edit the section.
Once you’re ready to upload the final article, click on “Export Document” to the right:
Exporting the document will bring up the article in HTML. You can then copy and paste this text into your CMS, such as Wordpress. First, copy the text:
Then log in to your Wordpress admin panel, navigate to “Posts,” and click “Add New”. If you use a different CMS, you’ll want to follow whatever that process is to create a new post on the site.
Paste the HTML into your new post. Make sure to set a title for the post, and give the article one final look-over to make sure everything made it over correctly.
At this point, you can also add media such as relevant images and videos between paragraphs or between sections for visual interest to keep your audience engaged.
Then make sure to preview the article on the site, then publish!
Once the article is published, set the URL of the article in Wordsmith.
Wordsmith will show the article as PUBLISHED in the "Finish" tab and in the article list.