How Does It Work?
The principle of this method is simple. You’ve got lots of expert comments on LinkedIn that could be repurposed to create quality content. You copy and paste them into ChatGPT and ask the AI to write an article. You post it and…voilà – a shared article has been created.
LinkedIn has truly embraced this method since they came up with it. They have dedicated o whole section to articles made this way, where users may access and, hopefully, learn something from the opinions and facts expressed by experts in the particular fields.
Nevertheless, one question remains: are those articles actually good?
Our Opinion on the Articles Generated From the Comments
So, are the articles generated from the LinkedIn comments really useful, or perhaps it’s better to avoid them at all costs? LinkedIn’s users are generally quite positive towards the quality of these generated texts, praising it, but also pointing out some potential obstacles to this method.
We decided to test the results ourselves, and having read several SEO-related articles, we came up with the following conclusions:
- There aren’t any outrageous or completely false information in them.
- The content isn’t great either.
- In general, they are decent, but nothing more.
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Resparking Mass-Produced AI Content Concerns
While these articles may still be helpful for those, who have little-to-no knowledge on the subject, so we cannot deny that they are a positive addition, they also reignited the discussion on whether content will soon be mass-produced with the use of AI. Will it be so? It remains to be seen.