I did it. I couldn't help myself.
My Reason For Writing Today:
I tried a free trial to INK. Nah, not printing ink, but INK for all - an all-in-one writer's app co-founded by Alexander De Ridder.
Check out Alexander De Ridder on LinkedIn.
Listen, he knew that Google was changing the way they read and rank our pages. He knew Google was phasing out keyword density. He also knew Google was reading pages and could detect the semantics inside the page.
Yeah, just like what happens when we read a page!
It either delights us, or disgusts us. It makes sense, or it doesn't. You can smell a pap-filled page a mile away. In the 'olden days,' we added keywords kinda 'willy-nilly' in the hopes that Google would rank our page(s). We tried our best to make it all "flow." It worked, very well, for a while. Then "Mr. A.I." came along and shook us all up.
Times Are A Changin'
If we don't change our keyword-stuffing habit, Google will leave us far behind. All our hard work will be for naught. Don't get caught red-handed either, with pages full of AI-pap.
Now we need AI-detection.
You know that ChatGPT includes an "invisible watermark" in its
generated output. And Google will sooner - rather than later - clamp
down on it. So how do we take advantage of AI-generated content? How do we steer clear of Google's slap down?
If only there was an app for that...
Now There Is!
Yes. It's called INK. "INK for all" was co-founded by Alexander De Ridder, a very sharp-minded young man. He was born in Belgium and moved to the US in 2006. He was co founder of Edgy Labs in Houston, TX. He started INK in 2019 and invented a patented AI to reverse-engineer what Google is looking for in content. He's highly-skilled in AI.
I've just finished my review on INK (aka "INK for all").
You can read it right here.
I love INK! No more switching from one app to another to check for plagiarism, AI-detected content, keywords, and AI-assistance.
Want a free trial? Click here for that.
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