As a content writer, I’ve been closely monitoring AI copywriting software.
If an AI can make my job easier to do, it’ll be silly not to use it.
One of the latest AI content-generating tools is Content At Scale. Mark and I pulled this AI writing tool apart to find out if it’s as good as an experienced human writer.
Here’s our ultimate Content At Scale review.
Are you in a hurry? Mark created this epic video walkthrough. Check out the Content At Scale AI in action.
Overall Content at Scale Review
I give the Content at Scale writing tool 5 out of 5 stars.
Content At Scale is the best long-form AI copywriting software to date. It generates blog posts with a range of goodies within minutes. It may be pricey, but add a human editor to the mix, and you’ll quickly create epic content guaranteed to outrank competitors.
What Is Content At Scale?
Content At Scale is a new AI copywriting software platform. It uses a complex mix of 3 AI engines, natural language processing (NLP), and semantic search analysis to create long-form content.
Unlike most AI copywriting software, Content At Scale creates an entire blog post.
That’s right. This AI can write long-form content.
We’ve successfully generated articles up to 2,000 words in less than 5 minutes. That content includes a title, meta description, headings, a URL slug, and paragraphs with some extras.
Content At Scale comes with a comprehensive editor, similar to Surfer SEO, with NLP optimisation tips to further help you improve the article’s SEO score.
Content At Scale’s Top Features At A Glance:
- Long Form Content
- Optimised for SEO
- Plagiarism Scans
- 3 AI copywriting engines
My Ultimate Review Of Content At Scale: The Latest AI Copywriting Software
I’ve seen plenty of AI content generators, but few can successfully create long-form content like Content At Scale.
Unlike Jasper (previously known as Jarvis), you can provide the AI with a keyword, and it generates an entire plagiarism-checked blog post.
You don’t need to spend time generating single paragraphs or working with the AI to craft a 1,000-word blog post.
The Dashboard View
Once you log in to Content At Scale’s platform, you’re greeted with a dashboard.
Here you can create Projects. A project is an excellent way to organize your content, similar to folders. We’ve created a project titled “Contentellect”. We’ll put all of our test articles here.
Suppose we’ve got a client, “Mister T’s Bees”. In that case, we’ll create a separate project for them using an appropriate title.
You can also include a link to your project’s website and a brief description.
There’s also an option to add a Monthly Desired Posts amount. As content writers, you know content is a long-term game.
You must regularly publish content if you want to outrank the competition. You can use this feature to see if you’re on track to meet your monthly goals.
At first glance, the dashboard seems a bit clunky. However, keep in mind that while writing this review, the Content At Scale engine is in a closed BETA test.
While we would love an easier-to-navigate interface, our primary goal is to generate quality content. As long as the overall interface doesn’t detract from that, it’s okay.
The Project View
You’ll find a tiny menu at the top-right of your newly created project. While it’s not user-friendly, you can access this menu to change several crucial settings.
For instance, you can add or remove the following:
- Key Takeaways: The AI grabs some insightful information and creates Key Takeaway boxes. You can customise the look and feel of this box. Takeaways improve the user experience, so it’s a handy tool.
- A table of contents: TOCs are crucial for SEO and improve user experience, but you don’t always need them. You can easily switch it on or off here.
- Tweets: The AI will automatically generate Tweets with summaries or helpful info from your blog post. All you have to do is click on the Tweet button, and it posts the tweets to your Twitter page. This is a fantastic way to draw in more visitors to your site.
- Call-to-action: You can write a short call-to-action, and the AI will include it in either the intro, conclusion or both spots. Even if you don’t add a CTA, the AI will create one for you.
These features are far better than anything I’ve seen from an AI writing tool.
Content At Scale Connects To Your WordPress Website
You can connect Content At Scale with your WordPress website in the same menu. If you join the AI with your site, it’ll automatically publish new content for you.
I don’t think this feature will work if you use a page builder like Elementor or Thrive Architect. However, if you’ve got a standard WordPress installation, the AI will take care of publishing your content for you.
Try Content at Scale for yourself
I recommend taking CAS for a spin!
How To Create Content With The Content At Scale AI
Creating content with Content At Scale is relatively straightforward.
- Click on your project’s name. In this case, our project is named Contentellect.
- To add new content, click on Add Content.
- Type in your keyword.
- Add additional context. This step is crucial. Make sure you explain to the AI the search intent for your article.
- Click on Create Content Now.
After you’ve clicked the Create Content Now button, the AI will start writing your content. Depending on the complexity of your topic, this step may take a couple of minutes.
Overall, during testing, I found that we didn’t have to wait more than 5 minutes for the AI to generate a blog post. The AI is MUCH faster than any writer, myself included.
Once your article is ready, you can click on the title to view and edit it.
The Editor View
Now we get to the fun part. You can use the content editor to view and edit your article.
Content At Scale’s AI already generated a title for us. Beneath the epic title is a URL slug. The slug is helpful if you want to optimize your SEO.
Below the URL slug is a meta description. During my tests, I found that the meta description is about 80% of the time on par with what an experienced human writer will create.
To the right, you’ll find a quick overview of the article. Like Surfer SEO’s content editor, here you can see how many words, paragraphs and headings the AI generated.
There’s also a handy checklist of optimized NLP terms.
You or your editor can go through the list and add these terms to the article to further optimize the SEO score.
Scroll down, and you’ll find a standard content editor. You get essential tools such as fonts, formatting, headings and more.
How Good Is The Content?
I copied the content over to Grammarly, and to my surprise, the Grammarly score was pretty impressive. With a few minor edits, this article should be ready to go.
While the developers claim that Content At Scale generates plagiarism-free content, I wanted to test it myself.
I ran the content through Grammarly’s plagiarism checker. Again the score was pretty impressive. The few hits were on generic terms.
These scores show that the Content At Scale AI is miles ahead of other platforms, such as Jarvis. In fact, I’ve had to edit articles written by humans that weren’t nearly as excellent as this.
It’s scary, considering that it generated this article within 5 minutes. Perhaps it’s time to retire and let the robots take our jobs.
But is Content At Scale better than an experienced human writer?
Going through some of our tests, I find that Content At Scale has some weaknesses.
- The AI struggles with X vs Y comparison articles.
- The AI doesn’t write fantastic product reviews.
- The AI rarely puts examples in its content. If there are examples, they’re more single-line ideas with no real value.
Having said that, I believe it creates a solid foundation for an experienced editor to work with.
For example, I did it with this content repurposing article. Check it out and try to see which parts the AI wrote and what sections I did.
It’s worth noting that Content At Scale offers a Done-For-You service. Essentially they generate content using the AI, and then a human editor improves on it.
This service indicates an opportunity for humans and AI to work together to create content. Working together, they can ensure that quality is better and turnaround times are shorter.
Content At Scale Pricing
Content At Scale isn’t cheap. The BETA starts at $500 a month for 20 credits. It takes 1 credit per article.
The developers claim that it costs anywhere from $0.01/word to $0.018/word. This price is close to what you’d pay for an experienced writer. Experienced content writers cost around $0.04/word.
The Done-For-You service starts at $2,000 per month for 20 articles.
Try Content at Scale for yourself
I recommend taking CAS for a spin!
My Verdict: Is Content At Scale’s AI Content Generation Software Worth It?
Currently, Content At Scale is far better than any other AI content-generating platform.
If you run a mom-or-pop blog with easy, general content and have the funds, then Content At Scale is perfect for you.
You only need to provide the AI with a topic or keyword; it’ll do the rest. You can cut your blog writing down to 30-minutes for an epic post.
What if you’re a freelancer or a content agency like us?
In that case, Content At Scale can be a helpful tool. It may not always be able to compete against human writers when the topic is very technical, complicated, or requires a lot of examples.
However, with Content At Scale, you can quickly generate decent content. You or your editors can run through the content and optimise it.
Since the AI is in BETA, it will be crucial to optimise the content. From my testing, it seems that optimising will be easy.
Content At Scale Alternatives
I hope this Content At Scale review was helpful. If you’re interested in finding out more about AI writing tools, we’ve explored several other platforms.
Please take a look at our round-up of the best AI writing software.