Bramework is an AI-powered writing assistant that creates SEO-friendly blog posts FAST
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Writing blog posts is frustrating when you can’t think of an idea or get stuck halfway through a sentence. (“Why does my dog eat the toilet paper, and what do I want with a cat anyway?”)
Want a tool to help you write long-form blog posts more quickly than ever?
What is Bramework?
Bramework is an AI-Powered Writing Assistant that makes it easy to write SEO-Friendly Blogs.
Bramework is best for marketers, business owners and freelancers looking to generate long-form content with ai.
Bramework is an alternative to Jasper.ai (Previously Jarvis.ai) and features a built-in keyword research tool.
Write compelling, high-quality long-form content with the help of Bramework’s AI-powered writing assistant and longform editor.
Bramework lets you write engaging, SEO-friendly, long-form content fast and easy.
Bramework’s AI-powered writing assistant has been designed to help users conquer writer’s blog once and for all.
You can write blog posts in half the time by simply by typing in some keyword phrases and letting the ai do its thing.
The primary keyword is your first main topic to cover in the post. You start a post by telling bramework what you want to write about.
Enter a keyword phrase that is 3 to 5 words and click continue. In seconds, AI-generated content will display on the screen for you to edit or review.
Spread your brand's message with engaging, SEO-friendly long-form blog posts.
Bramework’s outline generator makes writing full-fledged blogs stress-free, no-excuse not-to-do-it kind of thing. The AI will generate as many options for blog post outlines as you need, including introductions, sub-headings and conclusions. This makes writing an absolute breeze.
Once the AI has generated your blog post outline, you can use the long-form editor to either write the article yourself, or use the built-in writing assistant (paragraph, listicle, steps, rephrase, summarize etc) or click the green button and write-with-a, instructing the artificial intelligence write for you.
Maybe a combination of writing + using the ai to power-through writers blog would be best? That is my experience with tools like Bramework.
Bramework also has a built in title generator that let’s you create a captivating, relevant headline that engages your readers.
You can easily apply H2, H3, H3 tags and even royalty free images with alt-tags. Perhaps the coolest feature is the built-in emoji tool, though I’m not sure that will actually help you write better content or rank on google 🙃
Stop wasting time using dozens of tools just to put together a single blog article...
Writing a long-form blog post does not have to include the nightmare of writer’s block and endless research. (And by “research”, we mean clicking away from this blog to YouTube.)
The program gives you all the tools you need to quickly research keywords, summarize, outline, and optimize your copy.
You can easily create SEO-friendly content in no time!
Bramework Review Conclusion: Worth it?
Starting at $79 on the LTD, I think Bramework is an above average ai-writing assistant. When you factor in the SEO features and the overall look and feel of the tool, it is definitely worth considering.
If you already have a workflow for SEO writing, including tools like AHREFs, SEMRUSH, FRASE. otherwise… then I’d probably skip Bramework.
Bramework is perfect for those who are new to SEO or don’t want to pay the high monthly fees for most SEO tools.
The best ai-writing-assistant is the one that you will use. Personally, I don’t like to get married to any of them. My case is a bit unique, because I make YouTube videos and do these reviews… but I don’t think I’d stack above tier 2 for this particular offer. Tier 2 would get you 100,000 AI-generated words per month (at the time of this writing) which is more than enough for most people. I opted for license tier 1 (40,000 ai-generated words per month).
In the video above, I shared my experience writing with Bramework. It was mostly good… If you haven’t had a chance to see it and want to learn more about what I think of Bramework then check it out!