5 Best ChatGPT Alternative Tools for Content Optimization

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Enhance Your Content with These 5 ChatGPT Alternative Tools

5 Best ChatGPT Alternative Tools for Content Optimization

ChatGPT is among the most popular AI writing assistants. It is basically a chatbot that can help users in content creation, optimization, and editing, among other things.

But did you know that there are other alternatives that you can use besides ChatGPT? The need for these alternatives can arise at any time. Like when you’re asked not to use ChatGPT for content creation or optimization. In cases like these, what are some other tools that you can use?

Well, that’s what we’ll talk about in this post. We’ll list some of the best ChatGPT alternatives that can come in handy when a situation like this comes. So let’s get started.

Top ChatGPT alternatives that you can use for content optimization 

Below, we’re going to list the tools that can work as an alternative for ChatGPT. We’ll also provide a brief overview of each one, just so you can get familiar with what they can do.

Summarizer

The AI Summarizer tool is a solid alternative to ChatGPT for providing text summaries. The online tool provides concise outputs for lengthy inputs, which opens up a plethora of opportunities to optimize content.

For instance, you can effectively shorten up your meta descriptions to improve SERP ranking for your site. Or, utilize the concise text to deliver points to the audience and connect with them. 

The tool also provides customizability by providing an option to choose the required summary length for the purpose. We recommend staying below the 60–70% mark, as more than this will fail the purpose of summarization.

Below, we’ve pasted a screenshot of the tool with the default summary length of 40%.

Summarizer

As we can see, the summarizer tool has accurately captured the essence of the source text and provided a readable, short version. 

However, there are some pros and cons of using summarizer.org as an alternative to ChatGPT. Some of them are listed below:

Pros:

  • Is free to use and doesn’t require any sorts of registration.
  • Can provide summarized texts without needing prompts.
  • Produces ‘human-like’ outputs.
  • Offers ‘Best Line’ and ‘Show Bullets’ features.

Cons:

  • some features are premium

Google Gemini 

Ever since ChatGPT blew up in popularity, many other prominent organizations and companies have tried to make their own chatbot. One such chatbot is Gemini, developed by Google. 

It can act as a perfect alternative for ChatGPT. It pretty much does the same things as ChatGPT and some even better. This is because its database is updated to the present information, whereas ChatGPT’s database is only composed of data up to 2021. You can optimize your content with Google Bard by providing it with content and a well-written prompt. 

There are multiple things that Gemini can do to optimize your content. Some of these things are keyword adjustment, improving the text’s readability, removing redundancies, and enhancing the coherence of the text, among others. It is free to use but does require users to log in with their Google account before using it. 

That said, here’s a screenshot of Gemini, showing it improves the readability of the given content.

Google Gemini

Here are the pros and cons of using Google Gemini as an alternative to ChatGPT:

Pros:

  • Is free to use.
  • Provides accurate results
  • Has an updated database and can even provide information from the present.
  • Can optimize content in an instant.

Cons:

  • Requires users to sign into their Google account.
  • Needs accurate and well-written prompts to provide the desired results.

Jasper

Jasper can be a perfect alternative to ChatGPT. It is an online writing platform that provides templates for users to create, improve, and optimize their content. The best thing about Jasper is that it offers pre-made templates where users only have to add details like their content’s title, the tone they want to use, and the keywords they want to add to the text for it to function. 

They don’t have to think about the prompt they’re supposed to give the tool for it to provide the right result, as these prompts are already available and ready to use. The platform, however, doesn’t offer a free version and users have to pay to use Jasper.

 Here’s a screenshot showing some of the templates that Jasper offers. You can choose one based on how you want to optimize your content.

Jasper

 The pros and cons of using Jasper as an alternative to ChatGPT

Pros:

  • Offers pre-made templates for users.
  • Can create and optimize content to be used for multiple purposes. i.e., blogs, marketing.
  • Offers more content customization.
  • Is highly accurate.

Cons:

  • Doesn’t offer a free version. Users have to pay to use Jasper.

Copy.ai

Copy.ai is an online writing and editing platform. Users can use it to create new content or edit existing content to optimize it for search engines, among other things. It also offers a built-in chatbot for users. This chatbot can not only take prompts from the users but can also access documents that the user allows it to. It can then analyze those documents and provide any information that the user wants to know from them.

Besides this, there are many pre-built prompts that users can use with a single click, making Copy.ai a good alternative for ChatGPT. 

Users can also add their brand voice for Copy.ai to consider. Once they add it, the tool will generate and edit content in that particular tone and style. Copy.ai allows free users to generate and edit up to 500 words. Once the limit is reached, they have to purchase the premium membership to keep using it. 

That said, here’s a screenshot of the Copy.ai chatbot optimizing the given content by revising it.

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Here are some of the pros and cons of using Copy.ai as an alternative to ChatGPT.

Pros:

  • Provides pre-made prompts for the user.
  • Offers 5000 words of content generation and alteration for free.
  • Consider the brand voice set by the user.
  • Can access documents to gather information from them.
  • Saves the content it has created and edited on the cloud so users can access it from anywhere, anytime.

Cons:

  • Users have to purchase the premium membership once the 5000-word limit ends.

Writesonic

Writesonic is an online writing and editing toolkit that is similar to Jasper. It offers multiple extensions to its users. Each extension can create, edit, and optimize content in its own unique way. Some of the most prominent extensions of Writesonic are “Summary V2,”  “AI Editor,”  and “Content Rephraser.”.

This makes it a great alternative to ChatGPT, as users can use Writesonic for almost all the things that they would use ChatGPT for. They can even make and edit product descriptions with this platform, as it offers a dedicated extension for them.

It also offers an extension named “Chatsonic,” which is basically a chatbot and works with prompts like ChatGPT. That said, Writesonic offers free users the generation and alteration of up to 10,000 words. They have to purchase Writesonic’s premium membership after the limit ends. 

Here’s a screenshot of Writesonic’s main page that shows some of its prominent extensions for users.

Writersonic

Let us now mention some of the pros and cons of using Writesonic as an alternative to ChatGPT. Just like we did with the other tools on this list.

Pros:

  • Offers extensions that can be used to create and optimize all kinds of content.
  • Allows users to alter the generated content without leaving the platform.
  • Provides free users with 10,000-word generation and alteration.
  • Can understand audio and photos and extract information from them.
  • Consider the keywords that the user provides while creating and optimizing the content.

Cons:

  • Users have to purchase the premium version after their word limit ends. 
  • It doesn’t work without signing up first.

Wrapping Up

These are some of the best ChatGPT alternatives that users can use. Some of them can even work better than ChatGPT, while others can cater to different needs of each user. The tools we’ve mentioned are all top-of-the-line. The only drawback to using some of them is that you might have to purchase a premium membership for them. If you’re a casual user, though, their free versions might be enough for you anyway.