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Comparison Post AutoBlog Workflow

Use the Comparison Post AutoBlog Workflow to generate detailed info, pros-cons, features, pricing, user experiences, and recommendations.

Comparison blogs are types of content that compare and contrast two or more subjects, products, services, or any other relevant topics. These posts aim to provide readers with a comprehensive analysis of the similarities and differences between the subjects being compared. They often include


LongShot’s Comparison Post AutoBlog workflow enables you to generate detailed information, pros and cons, features, pricing, user experiences, and recommendations to help readers make informed decisions.


Here's how to create a Comparison post using LongShot:

  • Step 1: Generate Headline  After selecting the Comparison Post AutoBlog workflow, you start by entering your topic and relevant description or keywords. If you need to generate results based on the latest SERP results, you can enable the SERP-aware feature before clicking on generate. Meanwhile, select the formality and tone for the content you wish to generate. Based on this info, AI suggests multiple Headlines. You can choose among them or regenerate to get more variations. You can also edit and customize the headline.
  • Step 2: Generate Outline  Depending on your chosen headline, AI suggests a relevant outline for your blog. You can edit (or delete) the same and continue to the editor step. You can also add new sub-headings (H2-H4) and move them to the desired place before generation. You can also regenerate the outline if you’re not satisfied. Please note AI will take a few minutes before generating a 1000+ word draft or even a blog.
  • Step 3: Editor  Voila! This is where you get the complete draft of your blog. Though the generated content can be taken as it is, and you can proceed, you can also update it. You can edit or format the content or add more to your generated result. You can do this using the in-editor tools available for content generation or even standalone features.
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