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  • http://kimanziconstable.com/ kimanzi constable

    Interesting tool Jeff. I’m curious to see how effective it is long term. Could be a killer product.

  • Marketing Bees

    Not completely convinced although if you’ve hit the wall or writer’s block then it could certainly help to generate ideas and/or the base of a headline that could then be worked upon.

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  • Lawrence Berry

    This is very interesting, but I would never want a robot to come up with a headline for me. I think it will destroy my creativity. I dont think we should rely on computers robots to do everything for us. We lose ourselves and our potential in a way, by letting robots do the creative work for us. I think society is alreadyl acking creativity. This was an interesting post though. Thanks for sharing.

    Regards,
    Lawrence

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks for the comment and insights Lawrence. What I love about the social web is the innovation I see every day. For me the web enhances my creativity not diminishes it!

  • http://www.ferreemoney.com/ Neil Ferree

    I played with the Portent headline title maker a few months back. It came up with some clever ideas but missed the mark most of the time.

    I scan my headlines using http://www.aminstitute.com/headline/ tool nowadasys. This free tool will analyze your headline to determine the Emotional Marketing Value (EMV) score.

  • Aaron Creamer

    There are already companies using robots to write articles. Check out this company: http://www.narrativescience.com/

  • http://kingged.com Pauleen

    Hi, Jeff! This is indeed an interesting article to read. :)

    Headlines have been the most essential part of a blog post. Great writers think a lot for more than a day just to create an effective, killer headline that will magnet many readers.

    Headline generators, though called as robots, are really helpful to instantly create compelling headlines that make your blog posts stand out the most. This kind of tool will be very useful and handy, especially for bloggers who are often having a hard time composing effective headlines.

    Thanks for the shared knowledge! :)

    -Pauleen

    I’ve found this post shared on Kingged.com and leave the same comment there.

  • http://design-kink.com/ Craig Brown

    Its a great start, but try punching in “A blog that writes itself” and you can see they could improve the creative suggestions. It’s a very interesting idea, I’m also beta-testing IBM’s Watson to create recipes at the moment.

  • http://www.ramkrshukla.com Ram Kr Shukla

    The tool is amazingly good. I tried this for some of the terms; and I think that this is good to generate and make us aware of the most popular ideas. And seems that it works on post popularity indexes.
    Thanks for sharing

  • Emmanuel Cudjoe

    Hi Jeff,
    wow! I think this is an interesting revelation, headlines are the first call of commitment from the reader.
    One thing I deduce from your end whiles you tried your experiment with the tool was this, the ‘hows’ and ‘whys’ were generated the most.
    This means crafting headlines is all about asking questions and providing solutions in the of contents.
    I do hope you agree with me. Do have a great day!

    This is Emmanuel with kabenlah.com and I found this post of yours shared on kingged.com

  • Catherine Jules

    Such an interesting topic you wrote, Jeff. This is a cool tool, indeed. Very useful when you are running out of idea on what to write on your blog. AMAZING! The thought “content idea generator” is really brilliant. Cheers to whoever invented this.

  • http://amor.org Amor Ministries

    We came up with a couple cool posts from a topic generator that gave us a ton of traffic

    “5 Superheroes to Save Your Missions Trip”
    “Disney Princesses to Ditch on your next Mission Trip”