Here is a short blog post in an enthusiastic style about “My browser is now able to write blog posts for me”:
You read that right! I have discovered a new feature in my browser that allows me to write blog posts with just a few clicks. It’s amazing!
How does it work? Well, it’s simple. I just type in the topic of my blog post and the style I want it to be written in. Then, I press a button and voila! My browser generates a blog post for me in seconds.
The best part is that the blog posts are original, engaging and informative. They are not copied from anywhere else on the web. They are written by an intelligent system that learns from millions of sources and adapts to my preferences.
I can edit, tweak and customize the blog posts as much as I want. I can also add images, links and other elements to make them more attractive. The possibilities are endless!
This feature has saved me so much time and effort. I no longer have to worry about writer’s block or deadlines. I can create as many blog posts as I want without breaking a sweat.
If you want to try this feature for yourself, you can find it here: www.bing.com/blog-writ…
Trust me, you won’t regret it. It’s the best thing that ever happened to blogging!
A few things:
- This was supposed to be a “short” draft. Bing and I clearly have a different understanding of how short should a “short” blog post be.
- Bing interprets enthusiasm as “exclamation points”! It should add a subtlety slider.
- The options for tone are “Professional”, “Casual”, “Enthusiastic”, “Informational”, and “Funny”. Can it trully be called a blog writing tool without “Cynical”, “Snarky, “Caustic”, and “Blowhard”?
- The URL just redirects to its namesake search engine. Poor product placement.
- There is also an “Add to site” button at the bottom that as of yet does nothing. Good.
- It can also do paragraphs, emails, and ideas and, full disclosure, I have already used it once today to generate the first draft for a paragraph I needed for work, and it’s only 8am!
It is far from being the best thing to have happened to blogging(!) per se, but I’d call it a contender To be clear, against meager competition. for the best work tool the 21st century has so far produced.