How to Make Your AI Generated Content Sound More Human.


AI like Chatgpt and MarketingBocks can generate more human- sounding content so long as you are able to refine prompts with details to produce engaging content be it an article, a blog post or something.

I’ve seen people complain about how their AI generated content sound robotic and boring compared to human’s and does not really convey the emotion, intent, message they have to the audience.

Now, this is because prompts are like the power house of a cell. Without prompts, you can’t use the AI to generate content. However, the better the prompts, the better the content.

In this article, I’d be giving you points on how to structure and refine your prompts to improve your AI generated content.

    1. Use a more user friendly AI interface to create content. Few days ago, I came across two teenagers in the hood discussing about their experience with the AI, one of them was a senior secondary school student and the other has just gained admission into college. The high school student narrates how she feels using WhatsApp AIWhatsApp AI interface to write her test. Although I didn’t wait for her to finish her story and the reason being that she literally didn’t know there was a better system built for the purpose.
    2. Chatgpt and Marketingblocks can help you decide how to craft human-like content. If you want a simple blog post, you can start out with a simple prompt like “ please write out a simple blog post on the benefit of locally instead of organically grown food”.  This prompt is fine because it clearly has a topic and a content type. But it’s not too detailed and could sound more human.

So , to achieve a more detailed blog post content, here’s what to do;

  • We could load up ChatGPT with some specific details. For instance, the author’s intention is to convince authorities to grow more organic foods (since organic grown foods are often primarily associated with minor nutrient benefits). We could also state that locally grown foods can be a good option for those who desire fresher products.
  • We could request a conversational tone. For example, technical and informational, with some creative flair, so it doesn’t get too dry or boring.
  • We could request a post more likely to elicit certain emotions from human readers. For example, we’d like the readers to feel very positive about locally grown food benefits compared to minor nutrient organic foods .
  • We could ask ChatGPT to include some examples and analogies, which will help the content to sound more human. We can also ask for an overarching storytelling–style narrative.
  • We could specify a type of audience so that ChatGPT can adjust the reading level of the content more accurately. For example, this content may be read by the general public, farmers and decision-makers in the agricultural sector. As such, it must be simple to understand yet must also be detailed enough to be truly convincing.
  • We could specify a rough anticipated word count range. ChatGPT isn’t perfect at this, but it usually lands somewhere within the right ballpark. In this case, 1,000 to 1,200 words.

If you’re able to construct and structure your prompts up to this level, then you are good to go! Nevertheless, even if you forget to add a few lines of prompts, you can still adjust, iterate and redefine to enrich your prompts. These are more capabilities of the Chatgpt  AI

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Finally, don’t forget the limitations of AI-generated content;

You’ll need to fact-check or cross check the generated content to remove overly complex concepts.