Are you interested in using AI to help you write? Here’s a post that shows both the fiction and non-fiction possibilities. It was my very first attempt. I’ll walk you through all of the resources that I used as well as the choices I made along the way.
Here’s my first project… I’m providing the resources and processes that I used.
1. I finally bought the monthly of ShortlyAI. They have a yearly option, which is 40% cheaper. But I opted to start with the monthly.
2. I used DuckDuckGo to find a topic. I asked what holidays were on May 2nd. I settled on World Tuna Day.
3. I used the “write a story” side to create the first part of the post. I provided the title, “What if tuna fish became extinct?”
In the story brief spot, I simply wrote “tuna fish benefits”.
Then I asked ShortlyAI to write for me. I did re-write some of what ShortlyAI wrote. And then would have it write more.
4. Then I used Frase to get questions that people were asking about Tuna Fish. I could have used another tool or simply done a search on Google. But I own Frase, so that’s what I chose to do.
5. Back to ShortlyAI – I used the “instruct /” command for each question provided by Frase.
6. As we went, I checked the facts provided by ShortlyAI. Some of the answers weren’t quite right. So I corrected with info that I found through Google and DuckDuckGo searches.
7. I obtained my featured image from Unsplash.
Overall, I’m happy with the results. It was fun to collaborate with AI.
What do you think?
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Here’s the finished post: World Tuna Day | May 2