• Our Approach to Controversial Topics

    "Rock'em sock'em robot... " NOT our approach to controversial topics.
    Rock’em sock’em robot… Or how we settle arguments” by betsyweber is marked with CC BY 2.0.

    Kontent has plenty of room to cover controversial topics from a variety of positions and approaches across different sites. Some sites may be exclusively conservative or liberal. Others may target a centrist audience or avoid controversy altogether. However, we do not expect all sites to avoid controversial topics. In fact, we encourage diversity of writers, audiences, and topics. However, we expect sites to present topics in ways that promote understanding rather than simply seeking to win an argument.

    This is actually a very pragmatic approach. We believe that conversion happens in private discourse. We also believe that public discourse is most effective in equipping people for those conversations. Part of equipping is understanding the other person’s viewpoint and starting place.

    Multifaceted, highly diverse viewpoints

    Any of hundreds of thoughts, opinions, and values may shape a particular view on controversial topics. It is only by understanding the background of the individual that you can present the particular ideas that will convince individuals to change their thinking.

    In recent years, writers have attempted to convince everyone with a single wall of text. That wall of text then gets attacked from all sides and never convinces anyone. Public speeches and even books in the past could address a large but fairly homogenous audience with the same points and approach with great success. Those days are gone. What could be achieved through broadcast in the past must now be done in individual conversation.

    It is our goal to help all sides to understand other viewpoints. This way they can make informed decisions and have the information needed to convince others in private conversation.

    Understand, Inform, Explore

    So how do you most effectively promote a view that you believe in strongly when you do not know who you are writing to or who will be reading what you have written?

    Start by presenting the positive case for your view. Consider stating the intended audience for each point, or group points together that would be most convincing to each audience. Then do separate posts for each audience.

    Then address your opponents’ views as a series of unanswered questions rather than statements of what they believe and the dire consequences of those beliefs.

    We expect sites to present topics in ways that promote understanding rather than simply seeking to win an argument.

    Convince and Convert

    Carefully avoid using words, phrases, or images that alienate or mock your opponent. Our goal is to convert our enemies, not destroy or humiliate them. Mocking your opponent may make you feel better and provide entertainment for some, but it will not convince or convert your opponents and may actually increase the number of opponents you will have to contend with in the future. In short, mockery is unwise and will not be supported by Kontent.

    Similarly, Kontent will not support a call to arms or anything that encourages violence or drives a wedge between people groups. This is not an attempt to limit free speech. You are free to write whatever you like on your personal site and even link to it from a Kontent site, as long as you make it clear that the link is provided for reference and is not an endorsement.

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  • Content Format Categories

    Kontent Network sites categorize content (posts) in a different way than most other sites. Most sites divide their content based on topic, but Kontent categorizes posts by “content format”. Content format categories include things like snippets, articles, and videos.

    Topical categories provide little value to readers and confuse writers. Readers typically ignore them. Writers assign posts to several categories. Then the same post shows up in multiple places. Subscriptions based on topical categories make no sense. Readers give up and just look for interesting titles, or most likely, images.

    Content format categories, on the other hand, provide real utility to readers. For instance, when signing up for mailing lists or subscribing to a feed, readers can choose which content format categories to subscribe to. Also, content format categories determine which posts make it to the homepage, sidebars, and “read more” sections. However, if you really want to divide your content by topic, we suggest using tags.


    Snippets provide quick updates on rapidly developing stories, daily or weekly updates, progress reports, link blogs, quotes, words of the day, recipes, or social media style posts.

    Description: Snippets never exist alone. They are always part of a series. You can find them in sidebars on the homepage or other archive pages with a title for the entire series at the top of the column and individual updates only separated by date and time of post.

    Kontent often uses a series of snippets to cover news stories. This makes it easy to update as the story develops.

    Images: They include images occasionally when relevant.

    Audience: Snippets target readers who need to know everything about a specific topic as soon as it happens.

    Frequency and Length: We target 10 to 20 snippets per day at 100 to 500 words each.


    Articles answer a single question, present a new idea, argue one side of a debate, or review a single product, service, or resource.

    Description: Great articles specify the intended audience at the start, customize the content for that audience, and link to content on the same topic targeted to other audiences.

    Articles make it easy for readers to access the content that is relevant to them using tags based on interest, budget, and complexity preference. They can stand alone, but often work better grouped using carefully curated tags.

    Articles cover a broad range of topics focusing only on the essentials while features seek to provide deep understanding.

    Images: Articles should always have a large, featured image and a few smaller images to illustrate concepts as needed.

    Audience: Articles cover a topic concisely for the average reader. Articles covering complex concepts provide links to content that will help younger readers to “catch up”.

    Frequency and Length: We target 3 to 5 articles per day at 500 to 1000 words.


    Digests consolidate information from all snippets, articles, and other posts on a given topic over the last week, month, or for very active topics, day.

    Description: Digests convey the key concepts of each post in as few words as possible. They conserve words by using precise vocabulary and leaving out explanations, illustrations, and “interesting” details.

    For each post on a topic, a digest includes a short version of the title which links to the full post followed by a summary. They sort summaries by importance rather than chronology and may only list the headline or skip posts entirely if they do not add value.

    Digests may also act as tables of content on a particular topic with a focus on which audience each post addresses. They can even link to other sites for audiences not covered by internal posts.

    Images: Digests should place any images from the original posts in a gallery at the end. They do not require a featured image.

    Audience: Digests provide key updates for those who have limited time, and already possess the background knowledge needed in order to benefit from these summaries.

    Frequency and Length: We target one digest for every 5 to 20 posts on a given topic. We may post digests daily, weekly, or monthly based on the average frequency of source posts. Summaries range from 20 to 40 words each for a total of 300 to 500 words.


    Features cover topics in greater detail from multiple perspectives, answer multiple related questions, and reflect significant research or thought.

    Description: Features include, in-depth research reports, guides, handbooks, essays, theses, and other long-form posts.

    They may require specialist knowledge, or they may provide significant specialist knowledge in anticipation of future study. They should provide citations or documentation of original research. Some sites may also require peer review and intense editorial processes.

    Features often kick-off or wrap up a series, but may just as likely stand alone.

    Features seek to inform deeply on a few select topics while articles collectively cover every topic but in less detail.

    Images and Layout: Features may use background images, sidebars, pull quotes, custom colors, and other layout options. They require a featured image at the least.

    Audience: Features provide in-depth understanding for students and professionals that need evidence they can cite.

    Frequency: We target 2 to 4 features a month and will likely schedule publication to maximize outreach and coordinate other content around each feature.

    Length: Features provide value not through word count, but through the quality of research. Something as short as an infographic with a short intro might reflect weeks of research and development. That said, expect the word count to be greater than 1000 in most cases.


    Series combine a post with a tag of the same name. This initial post introduces the series and contains links to individual snippets or episodes.

    Description: Series group snippets, digests, and episodes to make it easy to view multipart content together and in order.

    Series introduction posts have a title, description, and images related to the series as a whole. Below that, they either list all posts, or they link to seasons within the series. In the second case, the introduction post for each season has a list of individual posts.

    Content for each post in the list may vary by site or series. Lists commonly include an image, title, synopsis, and date, for each snippet or episode.

    Images: Series may use several large images or videos in the introduction post, but should have at minimum a featured image.

    Audience: Series primarily serve regular viewers. Series introduction posts do not have ads. They focus solely on immersing viewers in the series and other site content.

    Frequency: We aim to add 2 weekly/monthly podcasts or video series each year and 1 daily snippet series each month.

    We will add series for news coverage on an ad-hoc basis if a particularly relevant story breaks. Kontent does not currently focus on news. So we do not have goals in this category.

    Length: We target 100 to 300 words for introduction posts.


    Discussion posts on Kontent Network begin with high-quality, well-researched, curated, and edited questions.

    Description: Anyone can ask a question, but before we post it, we check a few things. First, we make sure the question has not already been answered satisfactorily online. Next, we make sure that it is clear. Then we add in any relevant information to narrow the focus to the key issue.

    After posting the discussion starter we encourage readers to answer in the comments. We then combine the answers to come up with the best composite answer possible.

    Discussion types include how-to questions, surveys, and opinions. They can even ask follow-up questions about which answer from another source applies best to a given situation.

    Images: Discussions should always have a featured image. Include additional images to help clarify questions.

    Audience: Discussions help anyone with a question that needs special attention. If you have a problem… if no one else can help… and if you can find them… maybe you can hire… The Kontent Team.

    Frequency and Length: Questions are a dime a dozen, but editors and researchers are hard to come by. Only the best questions will make it on the site. We will get them up as fast as possible. We have not set a minimum or maximum length, yet.


    Episodes embed or link to, individual video and audio files.

    Description: Episodes provide a short description for each recording along with other helpful metadata. Some sites may also include transcripts.

    Episodes only need a title, link, and image. Descriptions, synopses, transcripts, and other metadata make it easier for people to find episodes in search engines.

    The general editor will decide what content to require for each series.

    Images: Episodes require at least a feature image. Additional clips from videos and informational images increase traffic through several channels.

    Audience: Episodes primarily provide information for those who prefer to listen, usually while doing something else. However, Kontent Network aspires to put the visual portion of the video to good use. We prefer videos that teach by showing not just talking.

    Frequency and Length: We aim to launch two new weekly/monthly series each year.

    Content Briefs:

    Content briefs outline all of the details writers and other team members need to create a great post.

    Description: Content briefs are unique among content formats. As a matter of fact, you rarely see content briefs published publicly anywhere else.

    Kontent Network publishes content briefs to encourage potential writers to start writing. Content briefs give them everything they need to write top-notch content quickly.

    Images: Not required or even helpful.

    Audience: Writers, editors, and resource gatherers at Kontent Network.

    Frequency: We aim to produce 30 to 50 content briefs per week.

    Length: Long enough to adequately answer all of the questions in the template.


    Keyword research results are posted privately to inspire new posts.

    Description: Kontent Network works in public most of the time. However, keyword research includes a high density of data that is not ours to share.

    Images, Audience, Frequency, Length: N/A


    Each site should only have these content format categories. Each post should only belong to a single category. If you need to group content in any other way, use tags.

    If you think we need new content format categories, let us know. Specify how the new category differs from the rest using the format above.

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  • Content Creation Process

    Kontent Network aspires to write high-quality posts that readers will share and search engines will recommend. Creating those posts involves many different skills and processes. When everyone does their part we create great content together.

    What are those parts? We have listed each step below. For each step we look at:

    • A short description of the step
    • Who is responsible for the step
    • The goal for the step
    • How much credit successful completion provides

    Note that snippets and digests only require the following steps:

    • Research Keywords (limited)
    • Write Content
    • Polish
    • Review Grammar
    • Review Final Production

    If you are interested in any of these roles, visit our Sign up page.

    Draft Content Brief

    First, create a draft as either a pitch or a brief. Use the pitch to capture an idea quickly. Later, we will copy that into the first section of the content brief.

    Submit Pitch

    Write a short description of an idea for a post. Include as many details as possible. Pitches with everything needed for a brief get approved faster. If you haven’t written for KN before, include your name and email.

    Who: Anyone with a great idea!

    Goal: Submit pitches via pitch form on each site.

    Credit: 1 Kudos per pitch leading to a published post. 1 kudos per 1000 UVs.

    Approval: Editors only grant credit for pitches that meet the pitch completeness criteria for that site.

    Time: 5-10 minutes up to an hour for features and series

    Review Pitch

    Read pitches. Check for redundancy with other pitches and briefs. If you decide to promote to the next phase, request or complete the keyword and resource research sections of the worksheet.

    Who: Editor

    Goal: Content brief or archived pitch

    Credit: 1 Kudos per 10 reviewed pitches

    Time: 1-2 minutes

    Research Keywords

    Find keywords that are high traffic, get high bids for ads, and have low competition. Make sure to match the topic, audience, and voice of the site(s) you are serving.

    Who: Writer (snippets, digests). Senior Editor or SEO Editor (articles, some series, episodes), SEO Editor (features, high-profile series)

    Goal: When researching for a specific content brief, add results to the draft brief. If research leads to ideas for a post, submit a pitch. Otherwise, add research results to a password-protected post in the Keywords category.

    Credit: 2 kudos per pitch/brief. Additional 3 kudos per published post. 5 kudos per 1000 UVs. Keyword posts do not yield kudos directly, but editors will credit you as your research is used.

    Time: 15 minutes up to an hour for features and series

    Gather Resources

    Find links about the topic, images, statistics, summary of findings, affiliate links, etc. Provide as many resources as possible, but sort them by usefulness.

    Who: Researcher, Image Librarian, SEO Editor (for competitor content), Interviewer, Survey editor. Lead by Senior Editor.

    Goal: Enter resources in the relevant fields in the draft content brief.

    Credit: 1 kudos per resource used in the published post. For a survey or interview, the general editor awards kudos (typically 10-30) based on effort and results.

    Time: Up to 5 minutes per resource

    Complete Content Brief

    Outline all of the details writers and other team members need to create a great post. Base content briefs on keyword research results, pitches, or a combination of both.

    Who: Senior Editor or General Editor

    Goal: Completed content brief

    Credit: 10 kudos per brief. 5 kudos per 1000 UVs.

    Time: Up to 30 minutes, 10-minute average

    Edit SEO Notes

    Do additional keyword research as needed. Check resources. Ensure that all SEO-related items in the content brief are ready. Make good use of this final opportunity to add keywords or key phrases.

    Who: SEO Editor (features, high-profile series). Editor with the option to escalate (all others)

    Goal: Completed and reviewed content brief.

    Credit: 1 Kudos

    Time: 5-10 minutes

    Produce Content

    Base all production only on completed and approved briefs.

    Record or Gather Audio / Video Content

    Record audio or video or find sources that can legally be used.

    Who: varies by type

    Goal: Upload files to Kontent Network’s large file storage.

    Credit: 2 kudos per raw audio/video minute. Capped at 5 times the length specified by the content brief.

    Time: Up to 2 hours setup for series then record time plus 10% for each recording

    Edit Audio / Video Content

    Edit content as specified in the content brief.

    Who: Audio or Video Editor

    Goal: Upload finished audio or video files to WordPress or CDN

    Credit: 10 kudos per audio minute. 30 kudos per video minute.

    Time: 2x (audio), 5x (video) raw record time

    Transcribe Audio / Video

    Type full content or key takeaways.

    Who: Transcriber

    Goal: Add typed content to draft post.

    Credit: 2 Kudos per 1000 words.

    Time: Up to 30 minutes per 1000 words

    Write Content

    Choose one content brief at a time. For series content (snippets, digests, episodes), use the series’ content brief. Write share-worthy content that meets all of the requirements in the brief. See Writing Guidelines.

    Who: Writer

    Goal: Draft post

    Credit: 2 kudos (snippets), 3 kudos (digests, series intros), 1 kudos per 100 words after trim (all others). 5 kudos per 1000 UVs.

    Time: Up to 30 minutes per 1000 words

    Refine Content

    Review Written Content

    Review the post. Even if approved, provide feedback for writers and other contributors. Ignore grammar for now. Focus on enabling sharable content. Make simple edits. Comment on the need for larger changes.

    Who: Editor

    Goal: Leave several helpful comments. Then return the post to the writer or other contributors to fix the problems. Or, reject it entirely with the causes specified.

    Credit: 1 kudos per 1000 words. Appeal to Senior Editor for additional kudos at the writer’s expense if you did extensive editing.

    Time: Up to 10 minutes per 1000 words – target 5


    Fix the post based on the editor’s feedback.

    Who: Writer

    Goal: Revised draft

    Credit: Already included in kudos for writing content.

    Time: Whatever it takes – unpaid learning time folks

    Trim Content

    Cut out all the fluff. Remove the filler words, unhelpful headers, and stuffed keywords. Unrepeat the repetitions. Be concise.

    Who: Trimming editor or any editor except the reviewing editor.

    Goal: Shorter draft.

    Credit: 1 kudos per 1000 words before trim. 1 kudos per 100 words trimmed.

    Time: 5 minutes per 1000 words

    Review Trim

    Make sure nothing was removed that should not be.

    Who: Senior Editor

    Goal: Trim approval.

    Credit: 1 kudos per 1000 words in the original.

    Time: 5 minutes

    Review Grammar

    Take a fine-tooth comb to the uncouth tome. Proofread the post and correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors. Fix whatever else you decide is an error.

    Who: Grammar Editor

    Goal: Legible Draft

    Credit: 3 Kudos per 1000 words

    Time: 5 minutes per 1000 words

    Enable Sharing and Promotion

    Generate Titles

    Come up with as many titles as possible based on the keywords provided in the content brief. Place the key phrase at or near the beginning of the titles. Pull quotes and concepts from the content for alternate titles that grab attention.

    Who: Writer or Editor.

    Goal: Titles in post meta.

    Credit: 1 kudos per approved title.

    Time: Up to 30 minutes for highly promoted content – average 5 minutes

    Create Excerpts

    Select several 20-40 word quotes, interesting facts, and summaries from the text. Target at least 1 selection for every 200 words. Include the keyphrase or other SEO keywords from the content brief in as many of the excerpts as possible. Always imply or end with a question or offer more detail in the post. Compel the reader to click.

    Who: Writer or Editor.

    Goal: Excerpts in post meta.

    Credit: 1 kudos per approved excerpt.

    Time: Up to 30 minutes for highly promoted content – average 5 minutes

    Add Meta

    Select the primary title. Check image and ad placement, metadata, category, and tags.

    Who: Senior Editor (feature, series), Editor (all others)

    Goal: Complete draft.

    Credit: 2 kudos

    Time: Up to 5 minutes


    Review SEO

    Review anything impacting Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Adjust SEO processes to improve content briefs.

    Who: SEO Editor (for select posts only). Not always required.

    Goal: Feedback to the team. Minor edits.

    Credit: 1 kudos per post. The general editor awards additional kudos for helpful feedback. SEO editors should seek to post feedback as posts on the site when possible for additional kudos.

    Time: Up to 5 minutes

    Review Grammar

    Check titles, excerpts, SEO edits, and anything else that changed since the grammar edit.

    Who: Grammar Editor

    Goal: Draft post with correct grandmas.

    Credit: 3 kudos. General editors may award additional kudos per post from “certain” contributors.

    Time: 5-minute average

    Review Final Production

    Review the post to make sure you and everyone else did their job correctly.

    Who: Editor (snippets, digests). Senior Editor (articles, episodes), General Editor (features, series)

    Goal: Published post!

    Credit: 1 kudos for each follow-up session / email.

    Time: As fast as possible only checking for likely errors

    Join us!

    Think you can handle one or more of these steps? Want to get paid while learning how? Join us today!

  • Support Roles

    We are looking for junior or entry-level positions, but a lot of experience isn’t really necessary. If you are interested and willing to learn a lot about this topic, this is a great opportunity to get paid while learning. We expect you to find resources online or find an expert to help you learn the role. Furthermore, we’ll pay your expert and for your training.

    Setting up analytics

    Most analytics teams will focus on three things. Firstly, building big data collection and analytics capabilities to uncover customer, product, and operational insights. Secondly, analyzing data sources and proposing solutions to strategic planning problems on a one-time or periodic basis. Thirdly, providing data-driven decision support.

    How to set up analytics


    A web designer is responsible for creating the design and layout of a website or web pages. Moreover, it can mean working on a brand new website or updating an already existing site.

    Ad management

    Advertising managers are in charge of planning and directing the advertising campaigns for companies. Their main goal is to promote interest in a product or service.


    SEO Specialists test, analyze, and change a website to optimize it for search engines. This will make the site rank higher in the search results on major search engines such as Google and Bing.


    Accounting plays a vital role in running a business. Moreover, it will help you track income and expenditures, and ensure statutory compliance. It will also provide investors, management, and government with quantitative financial information that helps make business decisions.

    Legal – help setting up a public benefit corporation

    Under the guidance of law professionals, legal assistants assist in the delivery of legal services in the areas of litigation, advisory services, commercial, and real estate transactions by performing a variety of tasks. These tasks include locating and compiling information, drafting, preparing, and proofreading legal and administrative documents, filing court documents, as well as applying various practices and procedures related to the field of law. Legal assistants also perform administrative tasks, such as maintaining and organizing files, responding to client inquiries and conducting follow-up, organizing meetings, and other general administrative duties.

    A public benefit corporation created by a government generally provides free or subsidized services or benefits for the public.


    An HR department maximizes employee productivity and protects the company from any issues that may arise within the workforce. The HR department must manage compensation and benefits, hiring, firing, and keeping up to date with any laws that may affect the company and its employees.


    A leadership role is one where you are in charge of a team or entire organization. You have the ability to influence others and guide your team in a shared strategy. You’re also responsible for building and maintaining employee morale, helping employees reach their full potential, and inspiring employee loyalty.


    Role-based training provides employees with the tools and resources they need to do their job accurately.

    Role-applicable training can optimize an employee’s skill set and set them up for long-term success in their role.

    System administration

    Sysadmins are responsible for managing, troubleshooting, licensing, and updating hardware and software assets. They ensure that appropriate measures are followed in response to unforeseen issues such as IT downtime or zero-day exploits.


    A Recruiter is a professional responsible for finding potential employees for the company they are employed by. Recruiters source and reach out to people with talent and ensure that they will fit well in the company.


    A marketing manager is responsible for managing the promotion and positioning of a brand or the products and services that a company sells. Typically marketing managers are employed to attract more customers to buy from the company and to raise brand awareness through the creation of marketing campaigns.


    Plan, direct, or coordinate advertising policies and programs to create extra interest in the purchase of a product or service for a department, an entire organization, or on an account basis.

  • AI Tools for WordPress

    Creating, maintaining, and regularly posting new content on a website can be a lot of work for you and your team, and it can be overwhelming at times, and way more than you can keep up with. Thankfully, AI can fill the gap you are struggling to fill. Not only that, it can do it at a much lower price and in less time than any human could. Here is a list of AI tools for WordPress that may help you.

    MyCurator Content Creation

    Don’t have time to create new content? Maybe Content Curation can help you. Content Curation is the act of discovering, gathering, and presenting digital content that surrounds a specific subject matter. Content curation is now becoming a marketing staple for many companies with a successful online presence. But this still takes time, right? That’s where AI tools like MyCurator come in.

    MyCurator is an inexpensive cloud-based and AI-driven content curation tool. It has a free individual plan and 30-day trials for the Pro and Business plans. Check out their pricing here. MyCurator uses a Machine Learning Relevance engine to identify the best content from the web, leaving out the junk.

    Their Machine Learning Relevance engine lets you train MyCurator with a simple up or down vote on an article. After just a few articles MyCurator will classify the good articles – weeding out 90% or more of the junk and spam articles, saving a huge amount of time.

    With one click curate the article into your WordPress Editor with an excerpt, image, and attribution ready to go. Just add a paragraph to tell your readers about the article and you’ve created content for your site!

    Once My Curator gets sufficient information, it can automatically curate articles in your WordPress editor with excerpts, images, and attributions.

    It simply creates curated content for any topic you select and gradually improves the result by learning from what you add or vote on. Learn more about MyCurator here.


    MyCurator has a free individual plan as well as two paid verses for as little as $15/month

    Quttera Web Malware Scanner (Free)

    Quttera Web Malware Scanner is a free security plugin that scans your website for malware, trojan, virus, spyware, and anything that can harm your site.

    This plugin uses Artificial intelligence and cloud technology to do all of these tasks. The AI gives it the ability to not only identify known threats but also recognize yet unknown ones.

    However, this is just a scanning tool and cannot protect your website from getting affected. For complete security, you may need to follow other security measures.


    Quttera is 100% free.


    Watsonfinds is a relatively new AI-driven plugin designed to help you communicate what you intend, and encourage your readers towards your objective. The plugin predicts the emotion of your readers while reading your content. Watsonfinds is currently free, but they are working on a paid version that includes new features and advanced insights.

    The plugin analyzer analyzes posts, pages, product descriptions, and comments of your WordPress and gives insights into 5 different emotions. The objective of these insights is to encourage you to write better content.

    Every time you analyze your content, the plugin will display a popup showing the insights divided into 5 different emotions: Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust, and Fear. Bringing to light the intensity score of each emotion in percentages.

    You can use these insights to modify and improve every word until you get the content that will convey your intended message and inspire the reader to meet your objective.

    There is a timeline to help you review and keep track of all your progress. Watsonfinds uses the IBM Watson technology to provide the power of Artificial intelligence in your content. You can find more information here.


    Watsonfinds is 100% free.

    Surfer SEO

    Surfer SEO is designed to help you create high-ranking content on Google. It has tons of free learning resources to help you create content with good SEO, and several other free resources, including an AI outline generator and keyword surfer. Many more features are opened up with the paid version, starting at $50/month.

    Here are some of the main features of a paid plan on Surfer SEO that make it a compelling AI tool that can greatly improve your content writing process. 

    • Content planner to generate content ideas and an overall content strategy with Surfer’s algorithm for your blog or website
    • The only SEO tool that integrates well with AI writer (Jasper) to create SEO friendly content
    • Integrates with other content writing and publishing tools such as Google Docs and WordPress
    • Get content guidelines and suggestions to increase your rankings for existing content
    • Audit of your pages based on content gaps and the niche with actionable suggestions


    Surfer SEO comes with 3 plans starting at $49/month paid annually.

    If after using Surfer for 7 days you’re not satisfied, simply contact our support team via chat or email, and we’ll process your refund request. No questions asked! If 7 days isn’t enough time to get to know Surfer, you can extend the money-back guarantee to 30 days by sharing your feedback with us on how we can make Surfer even better!

    Surfer SEO


    Jasper is Artificial Intelligence trained to write original, creative content. Here are some of the outstanding features of Jasper AI that make it a leading AI content writing tool. 

    • Over 50+ copywriting templates to generate short-form copy in different styles and formats 
    • Different tones of voices to create educated, funny, iconic, or professional content
    • Prompts and guides to help you guide the AI tool in the right direction
    • Use multiple copywriting skills and templates in a single long-form document
    • Multiple projects with options to organized projects in different folders
    • Enhance AI content with Surfer SEO integration to create SEO focused content
    • Write and translate in over 25+ different languages (Currently in beta and included with the plans)


    Jasper comes with 2 plans starting at $30/month. It also comes with a free trial giving you 10,000 words, which expires 5 days after your free trial starts.

    WordLift (Starting at $55/month)

    WordLift is a unique plugin that uses its knowledge graph to help you write better content with improved SEO. It has a 14-day free trial, then it is $55/month for the starter plan.

    WordLift connects to your existing website, reads your content, finds entities in it (like places and people), and creates a representation of your content search engines will love.

    Like a content writer and editor, it adds trustworthy facts, images, and helpful links to your content using data harvested from around the web.

    As the content in your website grows, the plugin gets smarter and you get better content recommendations.


    WordLift comes with 3 plans starting at €49/month (Approximately $54/month).

    All of our subscriptions come with a 14-day free trial. If after two weeks you are not happy with WordLift, contact us and we will unplug your subscription, no questions asked. In addition, with the purchase of our 6-month or 12-month packages, we offer free additional months.


    18 AI Writers

    Maybe neither MyCurator nor Jasper is the right fit for you, but you still don’t have time to be creating content yourself? Don’t give up on AI content yet. There are plenty of other AI writers out there. Check out these 18 great AI Writers.