Automation can help us with the most mundane part of our content management jobs. It can also be a royal pain in the neck. Read all posts about automation.
If an AI art-generator company creates a program that can download images at scale and then mash them all together at an end-user’s command, creating endless iterations of digital images "in the style of the Blue period," we'll soon have a much larger database with even more images tagged "Picasso."
It’s easy to critique Google and SEO if you don’t know how it can help a site with quality content. But hunger for the next big thing can steer users elsewhere. Why is everyone looking for a Google killer?
Machine-generated language can get you started, but the qualities that make writing resonant with audiences require a human touch. That’s where you come in, content strategist.
Descript is like Canva for video and podcasting: a plug-and-play recording and editing tool that can make a DIY experiment look semi-professional.
How do Google's keyword planner and other keyword research tools generate their data? Here's what I've learned in the past decade of SEO research.
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