Search Engine Optimization
Finding relevant facts & statistics
One of the pain points of generic AI tools is their willingness to hallucinate and their inability to cite their sources. Because Reword is a specialised tool for article writers, this a big problem.
At the same time, adding citations to your content is a certain technique to build topical authority and improve your reputation as a publisher with search engines.
We fix this by layering on our own proprietary citations model, which aims to find relevant citations for any claims that your Cowriter makes.
You can make use of this by accessing either facts or statistics from the research sidebar, where you will then find a list of facts or statistics with their citations. Here’s how to find it:
Checking your citations
You can check your citations by clicking on the link yourself and reading the page. It is important to make sure that:
- The context exists within the citation
- The citation is from a reliable source
While we are always improving this model, it’s arguably impossible to have a 100% success rate with a citation model, as it depends on the trustworthiness of the source itself. There are a few factors that determine how good your citation results are going to be:
- The nature of the topic
- The objectiveness of the topic
- The authority of websites