Create Content Outlines for Your Blogs, Videos and Podcasts in Minutes with Bramework

Content is king of the digital world. Yes, that still stands true to this day. Content drives traffic to your website, generates leads, and improves conversion rates.

But content that can achieve all that requires an amount of work and consistency. This is where most content creators run into several roadblocks.

When you’re creating blogs and other content regularly, it can often feel like you are repeating the same information over and over; and there are only so many ways you can say the same thing.

It’s not unusual to experience writer’s block, whether you’re a professional writer or writing for your own business but what if we could generate content outlines in minutes to inspire us?

We can with Bramework

Bramework’s AI-powered writing assistant helps you write engaging, SEO-friendly, long-form content and blog posts that convert easily. With Bramework, you can write blog posts in half the time by inputting some keyword information and letting the writing assistant take care of the rest.

Bramework allows you to create blog posts, video, podcasts, and articles optimised for SEO using AI technology. Save yourself time writing content for your website and researching the best keywords for your content.

The platform makes it extremely easy to make content. In this episode of Tools from My Toolbox, this is exactly what I am going to show you. We are going to take a keyword and turn it into a blog post framework using only Bramework in this Youtube tutorial.

It’s time to say goodbye to writer’s block with Bramework’s AI-powered writing assistant, and start creating content that engages your audience and converts to sales, all at half the time.

Bramework Features:

Bramework has some great features, all extremely easy to use.

The main feature is just how easy it is to create great content – there’s the option for creating full blogs or paragraphs (great for breaking that writer’s block), as well as ideas for blog titles and outlines.

Some of our other favourite features include:

  •         Recommended keywords that you can choose to have used in the content
  •         Keyword trends
  •         Plagiarism checker
  •         AI rewriter
  •         AI steps generator
  •         AI listicle generator

Highlights

[0:15] What is Bramework

[0:30] Where we use Bramework 

[1:00] Overview on how to use Bramework

[1:24] Bramework is an AI-powered writing assistant

[1:40] Logging in p Bramework

[1:45] Menu overview

[2:05] AI writing assistant walkthrough

[2:20] New post

[2:30] Select your country from the dropdown to make keywords more relevant to your location

[2:35] Type in your selected keyword, i.e. small business marketing

[3:00] Select more keywords to include in your post

[3:20] Hit “create”

[3:30] Select your options: Title, Outlines, Keywords, SEO, etc.

[3:45] Let’s try selecting a good headline by generating a title

[4:35] Generate the outlines for your content

[5:20] You can then start making the content your own from the ideas generated

[5:55] Exportin your content to a document you can work on

[6:00] Now you have a great framework to start on for your blog, video, podcast or other content you need

[6:20] Give Bramework a try 

[6:45] Bramework is perfect for course creators, content writers, and marketers

[7:10] Special 50% offer for Bramework 

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