ChatGPT vs ContentBot: Everything you need to know - ContentBot Blog

ChatGPT vs ContentBot: Everything you need to know

Whether you’re quite clued up on the tech industry or not, you may have heard a thing or two about ChatGPT by now. This new tool is at the forefront of many AI-related conversations these days. And we can see why! Many people are saying that this technology is going to revolutionize the way that people communicate. 

You might be wondering, “ Is it really worth all the buzz and attention?”. Well, it does get about 13 million unique visitors in a day, according to UBS. But before you get caught up in the hype, we’ve written a comprehensive comparison for you to make your own decision. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the differences and similarities between ContentBot and ChatGPT. We’ll determine if ChatGPT really is an inspired piece of technology, or if the public has latched onto a novelty that may be overshadowed by competitors. 

Before we dive right into the pros and cons of the two platforms, we need to have a better understanding of the technology behind them and how AI actually works. 

How AI works

Artificial intelligence, or AI, is the term used to describe machines that have been taught to mimic the tasks of humans. This includes everything from paraphrasing and writing content to automating repetitive tasks. Its wide range of capabilities make it a useful tool for many people, saving them valuable time and money.

It’s important to note that ContentBot and ChatGPT make use of similar software. They have both been programmed using natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning. 

NLP is what helps the machine “read”, understand and process the human language. It uses algorithms and science to analyze the context behind phrases and sentences, allowing it to extract meaning from both speech and written text.. To put it simply, this acts as the computer’s translator. 

Machine learning, on the other hand, refers to the AI’s ability to automatically improve its current knowledge base. It can essentially learn from its experiences, without the need for additional programming. It does this by gathering and analyzing large amounts of data through algorithms. This means that the more examples and input the machine is given, the more capable it will be of generating appropriate responses. 

Now that we’ve been introduced to the basic ins and outs of AI, let’s take a closer look at the differences between ChatGPT and ContentBot. 


ChatGPT is a prototype chatbot that was released by OpenAI in November of 2022. It has been programmed using GPT 3.5,  or Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3.5, which is an autoregressive language model which uses deep learning to produce human-like text. Basically, you ask the chatbot questions and it will answer them. 

At the moment, it is completely free to use while it is in its testing phase and feedback is the main objective. There is an option to access special features for $20 that is currently available to Americans. ChatGPT Plus promises to provide around the clock access, even during peak times, first access to any new features, and quicker responses.

Its capabilities go beyond simply answering questions though. With ChatGPT, you can translate text into different languages, summarize and even generate pieces of content. Yes, that means that you can use it to write entire blog posts. 

All it needs is a few short prompts from you to get the ball rolling. In a matter of a few seconds, you’ll receive your answer. If you’re not satisfied with the output, you can add as much information as you choose. This chatbot can recall all information that you shared with it earlier on in the discussion, and adapt its response according to the additional information that you provide. 

Many people are impressed by the AI’s ability to correct and debug code as well. It even has the capacity to solve mathematical equations. This has, however, led to the question of whether or not this tool could replace the need for software developers.


  • It can be a huge help when it comes to idea generation for content marketers. Being able to generate everything from topic ideas, to blog outlines and entire articles, writer’s block will be a thing of the past.
  • It paves the way for you to develop chatbots of your own. The process has been made quick and easy.
  • You can save time by having the program write long-form content or short-form copy.
  • It can be used to create apps.
  • It’s capable of fixing problems with your code and programming languages.
  • It is currently free to use for everyone.
  • An appealing user-friendly interface and conversational tone.


  • The AI can produce inaccurate information. This may be due to the fact that it is still in its development stage.
  • There are limitations to what it can provide. It can’t access the internet to search for extra information on a topic, so it relies on the input that it’s been programmed with. 
  • Your prompts need to be clear and to the point to make sure that you receive as accurate a response as possible.
  • It may at times produce biased output, depending on the questions asked. 
  • You can only run one command at a time.


ContentBot refers to itself as an “AI Automation Tool”. This is a pretty accurate description when you take a closer look at all of the tools that they have on offer. It is an AI writer, summarizer, copywriter, paraphraser, SEO indicator and content automation tool all in one! Just like ChatGPT, ContentBot uses the GPT 3.5 software developed by OpenAI. As of November 2022, they had 77 000 users, a number that continues to grow each month.

ContentBot’s founder, Nick, created the platform to help content marketers and other founders with everything and anything content related. Users have access to so many different templates and prompts. If you’re looking to generate long-form content, you might be interested in trying one of the many features:

  • Blog Bundles: Create up to 50 blog posts in one go
  • Blog Shot: Create 500 to 8000 word blog posts, inclusive of certain keywords
  • Blog Post Wizard: Use a wizard to create a blog post quickly and easily
  • Automation: Create blog posts at regular intervals and get them emailed to you
  • The list goes on…

There are multiple tools to help you create your short-form copy too. Quora answers, slogans, video descriptions, Instagram captions, Tweets, landing pages, you name it! Their wide range of automation tools allows for unique content creation with the push of a button. You also have the option to accurately translate content into many different languages with ease. And let’s not forget about the paraphrasing tool and plagiarism checker that is built into the platform. There is a prompt for everything, and with pricing that starts at only $19 per month, you are guaranteed bang for your buck.

ContentBot has also recently launched their own conversational chatbot. All it takes is a short prompt to point InstructBot in a certain direction. InstructBot only needs a short prompt from the user to produce high quality content. While asking a question will lead you to an answer from the AI, statements have been known to trigger the most accurate responses. 

ContentBot has some very impressive features in its wheelhouse. It has the ability to analyze your current target audience and use the information gathered to produce relevant content. This means that users will be able to create content that has the best chance at generating leads and higher conversion rates – every marketer’s dream! Their Blog shot tool is also a must-try for content marketers. This development allows users to generate multiple blog posts at once, at regular intervals – daily, weekly or monthly.


  • The chrome extension and multiple integration options make usage as convenient as possible (they have recently created a Zapier integration!)
  • The ability to generate automated content, at regular intervals. This can save large amounts of time and money for users.
  • The paraphrasing tool, plagiarism checker and SEO tools make this platform all-encompassing. Users can complete all of their content creation and management tasks from a central point.
  • They have created multiple videos to provide training to users wanting to take advantage of these tools.
  • The tools offered can help with everything from content creation, writing and evaluating. 
  • You can generate a multitude of ideas with just one click, whether it’s for blog topics, videos, product descriptions, you name it.
  • The site produces SEO-friendly content, making it a valuable tool for those that lack the necessary skills to generate organic traffic on their own. 
  • It also offers reports that inform you of the content’s SEO and readability ratings.


  • The more comprehensive plans can be costly for small businesses.

So, in a nutshell…

While ChatGPT is currently the talk of the town, the hype around this technology will fade as the novelty wears off. The impressive tool may be free while it is still being tested, but that does not eliminate the fact that it can produce biased and inaccurate results. 

The chatbot has its limitations, and its use has been met with some concerns. Remember, when incorporating this technology into your content creation strategy, it’s important to take note of the ethical use of AI. In a world with such advanced technology that is constantly evolving, our roles as the developers and users should be taken seriously.

Key points to take away:

  • Both tools make use of GPT 3.5.
  • Both tools can produce full blog posts
  • ChatGPT is limited to around 1500 words.
  • ContentBot is capable of producing blog posts of up to 8000 words.
  • ContentBot has a repository of useful AI prompts, whereas ChatGPT has none.
  • You can create up to 50 blog posts at once with ContentBot. ChatGPT limits you to one.
  • ContentBot has a WordPress plugin and Chrome extension for ease of use.
  • ContentBot offers in-house SEO integration. ChatGPT has no such tool.
  • ContentBot has an in-house plagiarism checker that is as powerful as Grammarly. ChatGPT does not have this ability.
Lauren Meyer

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