Generate: Content: Research

Overview

Page Generator Pro provides functionality to automatically populate a Content Group with AI researched content based on a given topic, known as Research

This is useful if, for example, you need to write about a subject / topic but you’re unsure where to begin, or what content to write.

The researched content is inserted into the Classic Editor, Gutenberg or your Page Builder’s block/module, and can then be edited in the same way as any other content.

Setup

To enable Research functionality, you’ll need to:

  • Sign up to a supported third party AI content research service, and
  • Enable the third party service in Page Generator Pro’s settings

Refer to the Settings: Research documentation for steps to complete the above.

Create or Edit a Content Group

Once setup, you’ll need to create a new Content Group, or edit an existing one.

Refer to the Generate: Content functionality for steps to complete this.

Research: Classic Editor

When editing a Content Group in the Classic Editor:

  • In the Visual Editor’s toolbar, click the Research button:
    Page Generator Pro: Research: Classic Editor Button
    Enter the topic that the content should be based on.

    • For example, if the Content Group relates to plumbing services, you might use “plumbing” or “bathroom plumber”Page Generator Pro: Research: Topic

An on screen modal will display, showing the approximate amount of time the research service will take to produce the contentPage Generator Pro: Research: Modal Progress

It’s important not to navigate away from this screen, and to wait for the given time. Page Generator Pro will check every 10 seconds until the research service completes the content, which may be slightly longer than the estimated time

Once complete, the content will be inserted into the Visual Editor:Page Generator Pro: Research: Classic Editor Result

Research: Gutenberg

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Research: Page Builders

Research can be performed within any Page Builder that supports a Text Editor widget/module using the Classic Editor (sometimes known as TinyMCE).

To do this, follow the Research: Classic Editor section above.

The following Page Builders have been tested and are known to provide a Text Editor widget/module that supports Page Generator Pro’s research functionality:

Page Builder Supported Module / Widget Name
Avada / Fusion Builder Text Block
Beaver Builder Text Editor
BeTheme / Muffin Page Builder Visual Editor
Bold Builder Text Element
Divi Text Module
Elementor Text Editor
Enfold / Avia Layout Builder Text Block
Flatsome UX Builder Text Element
Live Composer Text Element
Oxygen Builder Rich Text Module
Porto2 Uses Classic Editor or Gutenberg
SiteOrigins Page Builder Editor Module
Thrive Architect WordPress Content Element
Visual Composer Text Block
WPBakery Page Builder Text Block
X Theme / Cornerstone Page Builder Each Dynamic Element is registered as an Element in Cornerstone
This is not a definitive list. Other Page Builders may provide a Rich / Visual / Text Editor Module that supports Page Generator Pro’s Research functionality.

Next Steps

With the researched content added to your Content Group, it’s recommended that you edit the content by:

  • Add your Keywords within the text
  • Changing parts of the text to more closely match the context of the content you want to produce,
  • Adding Dynamic Elements within the text
  • Converting parts or all of the text to Spintax format, either: