Matching Writers to Content Writing Tasks [article]

Narayana Darapaneni, Chandrashekhar Bhakuni, Ujjval Bhatt, Khamir Purohit, Vikas Sardna, Prabir Chakraborty, Anwesh Reddy Paduri
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Businesses need content. In various forms and formats and for varied purposes. In fact, the content marketing industry is set to be worth 412.88 billion by the end of 2021. However, according to the Content Marketing Institute, creating engaging content is the #1 challenge that marketers face today. We under-stand that producing great content requires great writers who understand the business and can weave their message into reader (and search engine) friendly content. In this project, the team
more » ... has attempted to bridge the gap between writers and projects by using AI and ML tools. We used NLP techniques to analyze thou-sands of publicly available business articles (corpora) to extract various defining factors for each writing sample. Through this project we aim to automate the highly time-consuming, and often biased task of manually shortlisting the most suitable writer for a given content writing requirement. We believe that a tool like this will have far reaching positive implications for both parties - businesses looking for suitable talent for niche writing jobs as well as experienced writers and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) wanting to lend their services to content marketing projects. The business gets the content they need, the content writer/ SME gets a chance to leverage his or her talent, while the reader gets authentic content that adds real value.
arXiv:2204.09718v1 fatcat:whotj5ssyfb6rndtguw46rv3ju