Content at Scale AI Content Generator Review

Content at Scale

The market is flooded with various writing tools that enhance the blogging experience. One such tool that got my interest is “Content at Scale,” which promises to provide bulk SEO-friendly content with a capacity of over 26,000 words without detection by AI writing tools. Another question that arises is whether those generated contents are unique and plagiarism free or not. As most of the time, I have to write long-form content, Most AI tools tend to perform well for shorter content, but when the word count exceeds 2000 words, their efficiency decreases.

Content at scale, the new addition to the AI content writing tools, was designed specifically to create long-form blog posts. Along with generating the content from keywords, it also allows you to customize inputs and check for plagiarism and AI content detection. Hence, I decided to put Content at Scale to the test and verify its claims.

Content at Scale Review

Let’s enter my email address and name in the sign-up form and choose a plan. After being done with the payment, it took me to its minimalistic dashboard, where I could see all the pieces of information. The number of contents, total generated words, saving of time, and cost are a few to mention. I was also provided with a detailed analysis of the number of drafts, ready for optimization, pending, scheduled, and published contents.

Ease of Use

I was impressed with its simple and user-friendly project creation process. As all I needed to do was click on create a project and provide some pieces of information like project name, context, target audience, number of monthly posts, word count per post, and more to get more accurate content for my respective website. One project, it allowed me to create multiple pieces of content.

For generating the content, all it needs is the most relevant keyword, word limit, and a brief context for a better understanding of my need. As I want a blog post on CRM software for small businesses. So I have added the keyword CRM software and mentioned a brief context mentioning small businesses for more accurate results. Just based on this, it started the generation immediately.

Keywords and Authenticity

What interested me most was its bulk keyword capability. With this feature, I could add several keywords along with a brief description in the queue and generate them at a later time.

Moreover, it is keeping me updated through the whole process of generating my content on CRM software through its real-time status update. But one more important feature is still left to find out.

As it claims to write undetectable human-like content, let’s see if it’s true or not. To find out all I need to do is paste the generated content into AI content detection software. It scored a perfect 100. Not going to lie I was super impressed with the result.


This is the content it generated for me. One good thing about this tool is that it does not only creates a written article rather. It creates the whole structure of the content, including the title, meta description, table of contents, and almost everything. It is also offering me a bunch of featured images to add, and I can also upload my own image.

In addition to that, I am able to make necessary changes to font, style, size, and alignment according to my preference and also add tables, graphs, images, links, and more. After this, I can schedule it for a future date or publish it immediately. As it comes with Copyscape integration I can also detect plagiarism of my generated blog post instantly. So I can say, till now I’m satisfied with the performance of this tool.

Our Takeaway

Even though it’s a bit more pricey than the other available options like a jasper and so on. But it is worth every penny. As it not only provides a perfect blog post within minutes but also makes it SEO-friendly and AI-undetectable saving me a lot of time, money, and effort. So that was all about Content at Scale.

Santos Cruickshank

Santos Cruickshank

With years of software development experience under his belt, Santos Cruickshank has always been passionate about learning about different kinds of software for PC and apps for smartphones. Santos Cruickshank has been one of the lead developers for Slack back in 2017 and now works as a freelance software developer. Apart from that, he also loves to write and educate people about software development and how to use them.