Light speed ahead!
To use it, head to the link above and decide:
- A name for your project (this doesn't affect output, just how it appears in your account).
- Whether you'd like to generate your articles based on a list of keywords or article titles.
Once you've decided on those two points, input a list of keywords or article titles into the box that appears below.
Byword will display the number of keywords or articles that it's detected - check that this matches what you were expecting!
Once your inputs are sorted, Byword will display the price/number of credits required for your project. If this is equal to or lower than the credits you have left in your account, you're good to go. If you don't have enough credits, you can either pay on the batch generator screen, or head to your billing page to purchase them there.
Once you've sorted everything above, you're ready to press go. Once you do this, you'll be taken to your project page (which you can always find later in your Articles section). Sit back and relax, while Byword creates all the articles in its database, and then proceeds to write them all in front of you.
You don't need to sit there watching that screen, or to even keep it open. Everything happens in the backend, and you'll receive an email notifying you when your project is complete.
Advanced users can now input custom titles & subheadings into each article in the batch generator. To do this, make sure you have the correct mode selected, then enter a string in the following format for each article:
That is, a semi-colon-separated string where the first item is your article title, and each additional item is a subheading you'd like featured in the article. The easiest way to prepare these strings is in Excel/Google Sheets - you can see an example here.
Remember that each article should be separated by a linebreak. The batch generator will show you how many articles it can see in your input, and it's important to make sure that this aligns with what you were expecting to generate.
If left unspecified, Byword will treat your subheadings as H2s (and occasionally sprinkle in the odd H3 where appropriate). If you want to go one step further however, you can even specify whether specific subheadings should be generated as H2s or H3.
You can do this by including either H2: or H3: at the start of each subheading in your string. For example:
Byword may add in additional H3s in order to hit article length targets, where appropriate.
If you're an Unlimited user, running on a GPT3.5 key, the ability to specify H2 and H3 headings as described above may be unreliable. This feature isn't supported on the GPT3.5 version of Byword, so please test before submitting larger batches.