December 4, 2020

2,500+ users and we're hiring!

Przemek Chojecki @pchojecki

As we approach the end of the year, we make plans for making it even bigger in 2021!

Today we have crossed 2,500 users on Contentyze and the growth continuous.

In last weeks we've updated our website, we're working on new app design and we're hiring!

That's right, we're looking for:

  • ML engineers experienced in NLP
  • DevOps
  • React/Django full-stack developers!

Let me know if you want to work with us. Here's a 5 minute summary of what happened lately: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXEhkYCETTI

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    Hi @pchojecki,

    I just signed up for Contentyze but I have some questions. How unique is the content it creates?

    I'm sure I'll add more or put a personal touch on a post if I generate something with it, but I'm certainly curious if Google will recognize my post and someone else's and de-rank one of us for having similar or the same content?

    Lastly, does Contentyze add keywords for SEO?

    1. 0

      Content is uniquely generated and won't repeat 99% of the time with whatever other users are generating, so I wouldn't worry about having the same content as someone else (even if he/she puts exactly the same prompt as you).

      For now we don't add keywords for SEO directly, but this is on our to-do list for this year: more customization (keywords, style), more control over generated text.

      1. 1

        Awesome. I did try the different length options and the 1,000-word option just had a lot of the same repeated sentence over and over and it wasn't real content (meaning, it wasn't meaningful paragraphs).

        1. 0

          Try changing the prompt in this case and going the 250-word option. There's still a lot of experimentation involved in the process.

  2. 2

    Hey @pchojecki this is amazing and congrats on the work you've done so far with Contentyze! It's really impressive.

    I see you that you turn data into stories, have you tried doing something similar where users entire some keywords or a rough draft for an article/blog and your tool does it's magic?

    I can write a rough draft ie put all my ideas together but struggle to write it as a blog post and tool like Contentyze could be my magic wand!

    I like the Real estate page too, I'm going to send this to my client who runs a Real Estate SaaS in Chicago.

    1. 0

      Thank you very much! There's still so much to do though :)

      1. 2

        I mentioned about Contentyze to my client and it looks like he is already in contact with you. John from Renthub :)

        1. 0

          Indeed, we just had a call last week. What a small world. :)

          1. 1

            Haha yeah. I actually met John through Indie Hackers too.

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