How would you like to have a program that helps you write blog posts faster? With Google Scribe I can do just that. In this post, I will use the suggestions from Google Scribe to generate some content about social media.
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Just like that, I’m writing semi-cogent sentences that are really just keyword spam. If you’ve ever seen those types of strange SEO juiced blog posts you know what I mean. Let’s try another angle. I’m going to type 3 words, and accept the fourth that Google Scribe suggests. No matter how bad it is, I’ll try to keep the sentences going.
Social media is finally becoming a mainstream technology and this is the result of substantial increases in evangelism for the services like Twitter or AIM which are popular with people around the world.
Okay, that wasn’t so bad. Google Scribe event suggested “world” as the last word of the sentence before I typed it… and I was able to achieve the goal of the sentence (though the “or AIM” suggestion after Twitter was funny). Let’s try the next sentence.
Recent reports about the growth of Twitter has (why has, this isn’t proper English given the preceding text) have been used to suggest that social media is a mainstream tool for the businesses that want to build their brands.
Meh, I got mostly “and” “or” “the” other useless suggestions. Not sure why… or how I’d benefit from those suggestions. It is fast when I am typing and Google Scribe suggests a word that I am not sure how to spell, like ridiculous which I see mispelled all the time.