The Rise of AI-Generated Blog Posts

In Tinkering With Artificial Intelligence Blog Writing, I talked about tinkering with some various AI engines. Google has just come out with their AI Chatbot, Bard. As you can see from the blog post, Bard has been out for awhile but was only open to internal use. Google recently started providing invites to the public to use Bard.

Yesterday, I received my invite to use Bard! My very first thought was to try and use Bard to generate a blog post. While the other AI products I used had specific blog writing tools, Bard is more like ChatGPT. Bard is a chatbot so it was easier to generate my content.

Prompting Bard To Do My Bidding

I started by prompting Bard with the same string of text I used for the other engines

Artificial intelligence in blog writing product review of Bard

This prompt provided me with a relatively nice but simple article. The result of my prompt is the next few sections

Bard’s Article Content

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly changing the way we live and work, and the blogosphere is no exception. AI-powered tools like Bard are now being used to generate blog posts that are both informative and engaging.

In this review, I will take a look at how AI is being used in blog writing, and discuss the pros and cons of this emerging technology.

How is AI being used in blog writing?

AI is being used in blog writing in a number of ways. For example, AI can be used to:

  • Generate topic ideas
  • Research and write articles
  • Optimize blog posts for search engines
  • Analyze data and generate insights

The pros of using AI in blog writing

There are a number of pros to using AI in blog writing. For example, AI can:

  • Save time and effort
  • Improve the quality of blog posts
  • Generate more content
  • Increase engagement

The cons of using AI in blog writing

There are also some cons to using AI in blog writing. For example, AI can:

  • Create unoriginal content
  • Make mistakes
  • Misunderstand the tone of a blog post
  • Be biased


AI is a powerful tool that can be used to improve the quality and efficiency of blog writing. However, it is important to be aware of the potential risks and limitations of AI before using it in this way.

Overall, I believe that AI has the potential to revolutionize the blogosphere. However, it is important to use AI responsibly and to be aware of its limitations.

Next Steps for Publishing This Article

At this point, I did not have a title for my article. I asked Bard to create me a title with the prompt

what’s a good seo title for this

This prompt resulted in the following response.

Bard Response

Here are a few SEO titles for this article:

  • Artificial Intelligence in Blog Writing: The Pros and Cons
  • How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Blog Writing
  • AI-Powered Blog Writing: The Future of Content Creation
  • The Rise of AI-Generated Blog Posts
  • How AI is Making Blog Writing Easier and More Efficient

These titles are all relevant to the topic of the article, and they include keywords that are likely to be searched for by potential readers. They are also concise and attention-grabbing, which will help to increase the click-through rate of the article.

Asking Bard For More

I also asked Bard to provide me with a good meta description for the post. The response here was neat because I had options. There’s a little drop down in the results that says view other drafts. If you click on this, a box is revealed of alternate responses that you could use.

Thoughts on Bard

I like that the interface is consistent with many other Google products. I also like that Bard provides some alternate responses for some prompts. I’m not sure of the reasoning behind providing alternate responses or a singular response.

Bard is pretty neat for sure and I just started tinkering with it. I think Google might have released something of interest. I’m not yet forming a strong opinion since I’ve only used it for three different things. I also haven’t done any research on it. I’m not sure if it can perform live searches like some of the other engines I’ve used or if it’s stuck in time like ChatGPT was.