If you own a website but are having trouble creating enough content for it, a good content generator can help your website grow.
There are good ways and bad ways to use a content generator, however, so be sure you follow these tips before you use one.
Rewrite the content -- While it may be tempting to get a new article from a website with a content generator and then just publish it to your website as is, this is not a smart thing to do.
Some of the content generators online use plagiarized copy from other websites to provide you with a new article. So, when you publish it to your website, Google will flag your site as using plagiarized copy.
This is why you should always rewrite the content you receive in your own words before you publish it. This will only take a few minutes, so will save you hours above writing your own content.
Get content that is well-researched -- If you use a content generator and use the feature for 'minimally researched', the article you get back will be mainly plagiarized copy.
Use the feature for 'extensively researched', however, and the article you receive will be original.
This means the content generation may take a few minutes rather than be instantaneous, but it is well worth doing to ensure you receive original work.
Sign up for a content package -- Most content generators offer content packages as well as prices for individual papers.
If you are going to be using the content generator often, it is best to pay for a content package upfront.
This will often mean the price per piece of content will fall from several dollars per piece to just a few pennies, and allow you to save a lot of money over time.