I Tried the New Instant Article Wizard for Free, And You Can Too
About a week ago, I received an e-mail about the new Instant Article Wizard 3, which is currently in beta testing phase. It piqued my interest when I realized that I could try it out from now until it’s released (supposedly mid-January) for free, without having to input any financial information (credit card, etc.).
I decided to jump on the opportunity, mainly because this software is made by the same guy who created The Best Spinner (which I currently own, use, and love). Here’s what I found.
What Instant Article Wizard Does
Essentially, Instant Article Wizard (“IAW”) takes keywords that you input and searches various sources around the internet for relevant content. Specifically, it pulls information from the following sources:
- Google (normal search engine resultS)
- Google DOCs
- Google PDFs
- Google Articles
- Google Reviews
- Google Scholar
- Google News
- Google U.S. Govn’t
After you run the search, you’ll see snippets from various sources related to your keywords and phrases. It sounds fairly basic (like something you’d be able to do without the software), but the magic of the software is how it allows you to use this information to quickly pull together an article.
The basic principle behind the software is that you are pulling little snippets of information from each source (usually a sentence or so) and putting it together to form a coherent article. Because you’re not taking much information from any one source, your final product is completely unique in the eyes of the search engines and anyone else who views it. You have the option the modify the article in several different ways, if you don’t like the initial article that you put together.
There are a few ways to use this software – one way is very manual and another is nearly automatic (i.e. it puts together a complete article for you, but then requires you to tweak a few things). There’s a third way that’s available, but I wasn’t too interested in exploring it.
It’s probably really difficult to understand how this software works based on what I’ve written here, so I highly suggest that you watch the video demonstration here. If you like what you see, you can sign up and download the software for free and you’ll be able to use the full version while it’s in the beta testing stage.
What It Doesn’t Do
There’s never going to be a way to sit back and have an article written automatically without any input or tweaking on your part. Granted, you could use whatever it spits out, but you’ll likely be publishing low quality information on the internet, which isn’t really something I like to do.
Like any other tool, it seems like this software will cut down on the time you would normally spend writing an article, especially if it’s about a topic you don’t know about. It’s not a silver bullet solution though.
How I’m Going to Use It
I haven’t decided yet if I’ll buy this software when the beta testing phase ends. I think the real value of it from my perspective is to use it to write articles for backlinking purposes. Because you can put together a decently written article in a matter of minutes, I consider it high enough quality to use for backlinking on various article directory websites.
I don’t think I’d ever use it to create my primary content on any niche sites. I suppose it could work for some informational filler in certain niches, but because I mainly focus on product-based niche sites right now, I don’t think it’s too helpful for that.
Again, if you want to see a demonstration of it and try it out for free while it’s in the beta testing phase, check it out here. I’d be curious to hear if you’ve tried it, and how you’ve used it (or plan to use it). Let me know in the comments!