NeuronWriter: a comprehensive SEO tool for 2023

These days, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is more important than we can imagine. It governs all the rules of web copywriting. Content writers are no strangers to the struggle to write articles that rank well on Google! 

But what would you say if I told you I had a brilliant solution to this situation?

Introducing a new tool on the market - NeuronWriter

It's an SEO tool combined with a writer powered by artificial intelligence. This tool can help you generate SEO-optimized content in just a few minutes! 

Today, we're going to take a look at NeuronWriter.

We will cover the following points in this review:

  1. What is NeuronWriter?
  2. How does it work?
  3. NeuronWriter features
  4. Advantages and disadvantages of NeuronWriter
  5. Who should use NeuronWriter?

In the article, I also compared it to popular SEO tools such as Frase, Marketmuse and WriterZen, highlighting their differences.

So, without further ado, let's begin our review of NeuronWriter.

What is NeuronWriter?

NeuronWriter is an SEO and copywriting tool powered by natural language processing (NLP), recently launched by Mr. Pawel Sokolowski. He is co-founder and CEO of Contadu, NeuronWriter's parent company.

To date, NeuronWriter has more than 6,000 customers who have collectively performed over 80,000 content analyses on their platform. 

Popular brands such as Decathlon, Volkswagen, Electrolux, Itaka, etc., use NeuronWriter.

NeuronWriter is a comprehensive, feature-rich SEO tool. It provides key statistics and competitive data to improve and optimize content, and thus achieve higher rankings in Google search results (SERPs).

How does NeuronWriter work?

Artificial intelligence-based writing tools use language models to learn the rules and subtleties of a language, enabling them to generate unique content.

Generative Pre-Trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3) is the latest language prediction model to produce superior results from the input data it receives.

As far as NeuronWriter is concerned, it runs on the most recent, advanced and expensive models of GPT-3 technology, known as Da Vinci (v2). This model enables NeuronWriter to generate high-quality, logical and precise content.

This tool only supports the Google search engine, as its entire algorithm is based on Google.

NeuronWriter user interface

NeuronWriter's user interface is quite modern and elegantly designed.

I like the simple color scheme and fast loading times.

At first glance, however, this may seem a little daunting for beginners.

The editor's interface is packed with features, which makes it an advantage in terms of ergonomics and user-friendliness.

However, NeuronWriter can seem slightly complex and difficult to use.

NeuronWriter vs. AppSumo

NeuronWriter is currently offered at an impressive price compared to AppSumo. 

It's one of the best AI-based writing programs in terms of lifetime offers at the moment.

With NeuronWriter's lifetime offer on AppSumo at 59 $, you get the following features every month:

  • 2 projects
  • 25 analyses
  • 15,000 monthly AI credits
  • Semi-automatic content structure generator
  • Templates and internal links (coming soon!)

How does the credit system work?

With the 59 $ plan, you can create 25 analyses per month. 

This includes all functions such as AI writing, editing and content optimization. This means that any operation performed on a piece of content will be counted as an article.

As far as credit consumption is concerned, the AppSumo plan offers you 15,000 credits when you stack a code. This allowance allows you to generate up to 15,000 words per month using AI writing tools such as Paragraph, Expansion and Reformulation.

By default, each word consumes 1 credit, being set to high quality. However, an interesting option allows you to choose low-quality results generation when your credits are limited.

So, by setting the AI generation quality to "low", each word generated consumes just 0.2 credits. This means you can generate 5 words with one credit, equivalent to a total of 75,000 words per month in low quality.

If you still find yourself short of monthly credits, you can purchase them at an additional cost.

Here are the available prices:

  • 10,000 AI credits for €9
  • 50,000 AI credits for €39
  • 200,000 AI credits for €149

Case study with NeuronWriter

NeuronWriter is not only an SEO tool, it also functions as an AI writer. As a result, it offers a wide range of features. The most important are:

  • Find keyword ideas
  • Search for content ideas
  • Competitor analysis
  • Creating item layouts
  • AI-based content generation
  • Adding keywords to articles

Now, let's get into the details...

NeuronWriter features

Creating a project

With the AppSumo offer at 59 $, you can have a maximum of 2 projects on your plan. 

Each project corresponds to a specific domain name where you can specify the target country, language, project currency and keywords you wish to rank for.

Once you've created a project, you can generate project-specific content analyses. The results of these analyses will be displayed according to the parameters you have previously defined.

Creating an analysis

You can create several analyses within a single project. 

AppSumo's 59 $ plan lets you create a total of 25 analyses spread over the two projects.

Here, I've taken a fairly simple technical topic, "What is cloud storage?" and selected the following parameters:

  • Target country: United States
  • Language: English
  • Additional keywords: cloud storage, cloud storage explanation, what is cloud storage

It takes between 10 and 30 seconds to load the analyses. Once that's done, the real game begins!

Selection process

Now we move on to the competitor selection process. 

Here, NeuronWriter analyzes our target keyword and retrieves a list of the top 30 Google SERP results for it.

The SERP analysis list is sorted in ascending order of search ranking. 

In addition to this, it also displays their overall content score, content length, page title and URL. 

Here you can either keep the default top 10 results, or manually select the websites you want to compete with.

Subsequent SEO and content recommendations will be based on the competitors you select during this stage.


Now for the TOP analysis...

Competitor analysis

Once we've selected the articles we want to compete with, we can now analyze the competitors' content and create our own accordingly.

The keyword difficulty score is displayed at the top.

It also analyzes the top 100 Google SERP domains to see if your domain appears in these results. If it does, it displays the current ranking.

Then, for all the top 30 competitor articles, you can check the on-site and off-site SEO scores.

It analyzes the following parameters:

  • On-site SEO: content score, page title, language, content length, word count and readability score.
  • Off-site SEO: calculates Moz scores for page authority, domain authority, PageRank and number of external links.

If you'd like a more detailed representation, the tool also provides a broken-down analysis of your top 30 competitors according to various criteria. These include links, content volume and content quality.

Finally, you can also analyze the layout and SERP functionalities of your top 30 competitors.

This section highlights the use of widgets or additional elements that could be responsible for the higher ranking of these pages. It displays a simple and practical table with checks on the elements used in each article. Options include an image, video, iframe, table and form. 

In fact, this feature gives you a better understanding of which ranking factors actually work.

If a page ranks due to the use of a specific element, such as a video, you can analyze similar models in the top-ranked results. Then you can integrate them in the same way into your content to increase your chances of higher rankings.

Exploring ideas and keywords

NeuronWriter offers a long list of over 500 keyword ideas similar to your domain, with a similarity score for each suggestion. 

You can export the complete list in Excel format. 

The suggestions are relevant and in line with the main topic.

It also displays popular related Google searches.

Then we come to the Content Terms, which indicate the importance of a specific term in the keywords. You can see the top 100 content terms, their importance score and frequency of use.

What's more, NeuronWriter analyzes the top 10 Google SERP results, displaying the headers and titles used by competitors. You can draw inspiration from this to create an optimized description, title and headings.

Overall, NeuronWriter is a powerful tool for competitive analysis and content idea exploration. 

Once you've completed this step, you can move on to the content editor to create your article...

Writing content for an article

As far as the content creation process is concerned, you can start by writing a draft where you can define the structure of the article, add important questions, visual elements and guidelines.

This is useful if you entrust the writing of the article to a content editor. 

Then you can copy it into the editor and start working on your draft.

The NeuronWriter editor has all the basic options you need to write your content. These include formatting options, links, lists, alignment, images and more.

At the top of the editor, you'll find more detailed information about your draft:

  • number of characters, 
  • number of headings (H1 and H2) and bolding,
  •  the number of images, 
  • word count (and how it compares to the average of the ten or thirteen best articles),
  • as well as the document's readability score.

If we compare it to other SEO tools, Frase only displays the number of words in your document and does not compare it to the average.

On the other hand, Marketmuse is a little more advanced, as it displays the content score and word count of our document, as well as the average of the best articles and the target.

As far as the content is concerned, if you already have the article ready and just want to optimize it, you can import the URL directly. But if you're starting from scratch, NeuronWriter's AI-based writing tools can be extremely useful.

We'll look at them in the next topic.

Here, if you're looking for inspiration or ideas, the "Ideas" tab includes hundreds of questions you can include in your article topics or in an FAQ section.

It also includes a list of titles selected by your competitors, so you can copy and rephrase them later to avoid plagiarism! 

Cool, isn't it?

You even get a list of popular YouTube videos created around this topic. 

You can use some of them in your article to increase your chances of ranking.

Generate AI content with AI-based authoring tools

The traditional content creation process required you to come up with ideas, research the topic thoroughly and then write your article. 

However, now you can save hours of your day by using AI-based writing tools.

NeuronWriter offers three types of AI content generation tools: Start Paragraph, Expand and Reformulate.

1) Reformulation tool

NeuronWriter's reformulation tool essentially frames the same statement in a different way. This can be used to avoid plagiarism should you wish to use a title or statement used by another article.

2) Expansion tool

As for the expansion tool, it relies on the query provided as input. It can expand a single sentence into 2-3 sentences by predicting relevant text. 

I have to say he's pretty smart when it comes to answering technical questions.

3) The start-of-paragraph tool

The start paragraph tool, as its name suggests, generates a paragraph from the input query. 

I really appreciate the relevance and logical precision of the generated text. It can be used to quickly write content.

One thing I didn't like about the paragraph tool is that it repeats the entire sentence we've selected for generation. This leads to the consumption of more characters. I think they should stop including our selected text in the output.

Creativity level set

There are 5 levels of creativity: Very Low, Low, Medium, High and Very High. 

  • In this case, the lowest creativity setting would produce the most reliable results. 
  • On the other hand, the highest creativity setting would produce unique and longer content.

By default, the creativity level is set to High. 

Now let's test a statement from our article with the AI Expansion Tool. 

When I set creativity to the "Very Low" level, here are the results produced by the AI expansion tool.

Then I set the creativity level to "Very high" and tested the same statement. Here are the results generated by the AI expansion tool.

Well, I didn't find any major difference between the two paragraphs in terms of creativity. However, the paragraph generated with a high creativity setting is certainly longer, more refined and addresses significantly more points.

Generation quality setting

NeuronWriter offers two qualities of content generation: Low and High. 

  • With high quality, 1 credit is consumed for each word generated. 
  • However, if you set the quality to low, you can generate 5 words with a single credit.

This means you can generate 5 times as much content if you generate low-quality content. This will save your credits, while still generating high-quality content when necessary.

Now let's test the generation quality using the paragraph tool with the default setting of high creativity. When I've generated a high-quality paragraph, here are the results:

Then I repeated the same exact procedure, but this time with the low quality setting. Let's have a look at the results.

Clearly, high-quality content seems more refined. 

However, if you ask me, I would prefer low-quality content because :

  • It's more creative and seems to have been written by a human.
  • It's in a longer form, so I can use it in several places.

P.S. I've also tested NeuronWriter's creative ability. But it doesn't seem to be programmed to generate totally original ideas! If you want to generate lyrics, poems, songs, stories and similar creative content, I suggest you take a look at Rytr.

Content optimization for search engines

NeuronWriter offers advice on the recommended keyword density for your title tag and description, which is very useful for writing titles and descriptions optimized according to SEO guidelines.

We don't realize it as much, but optimizing your title tag and description can make a big difference to your ranking. 

Frase and Marketmuse do not offer this feature.

Now to the subject of keyword optimization. As you write your content, NeuronWriter displays a score indicator in the top right-hand panel. This score is an indicator of the overall optimization of your article. The more keywords and content you add, the better the score.

It also displays the SEO score of the top-ranked article, as well as an average of the top 10 and top 13 articles. 

Then you can find keywords in the header and the article separately. It presents a range of keywords divided into two categories: basic and extended.

  • Basic keywords are the popular terms used when writing about the topic you've selected. 
  • Extended keywords are keywords that are not completely related to your keyword, but if used, can broaden your subject and give you an edge over your competition. 

To achieve higher rankings, you can include a few extended keywords. You can choose to highlight keywords used throughout your article.

It allows you to define a target URL, which means you can either manually enter a URL you wish to target with your article.

Alternatively, you can get target URL suggestions. NeuronWriter displays all the articles on your website related to the main keyword, and you can choose one, allowing you to compete only with yourself.

I really liked the fact that all the extended keywords were related to our main topic on cloud storage. 

Tools like Frase also include a lot of superfluous words in the keywords, which is totally disconnected from the subject in question!

Keywords are also color-coded to indicate their frequency of use.

For example,

  • The gray color symbolizes unused keywords.
  • Yellow symbolizes a keyword used fewer times than recommended.
  • The green color symbolizes a keyword used at the recommended frequency.
  • The color red symbolizes a keyword used more times than recommended.

Here's a very interesting observation. If the keyword is "cloud storage service" and your content uses the phrase "cloud storage services", NeuronWriter sees them both as the same thing, which is great.

Tools like Marketmuse don't treat them in the same way, which means your articles suffer in terms of SEO.

What's more, it displays keywords in headers and content separately, which is excellent for creating SEO-optimized titles. This feature is truly unique.

And finally, you get a content quality checklist that evaluates your content and displays improvements. However, it doesn't offer any suggestions on how to improve on these parameters.

Optimized content export

Once you've finished optimizing your content, you can finally export your document in Docx format or copy it as plain HTML, minimal HTML or formatted text.

The downloaded .docx file is well formatted, with color-coded headings and a clean overall structure.

NeuronWriter customer support

NeuronWriter offers customer support by e-mail and live chat. 

My experience with both has been pretty good.

On the whole, I received quick responses both by e-mail and by chat. However, sometimes I had to wait about an hour on the chat to get help.

I don't think they have a huge user base yet, which is why they haven't deployed a dedicated support team.

In time, I hope we'll get better support for NeuronWriter.

On the training side, they offer a short, easy-to-follow video tutorial explaining how to use NeuronWriter. Throughout the platform, you'll find links to these tutorials next to important features, which is pretty handy.

Overall, NeuronWriter's customer support is pretty good, but they can certainly improve their support via live chat.

NeuronWriter roadmap

NeuronWriter's roadmap is very promising. 

They have recently added some interesting features to their platform, such as multiple analyses, the ability to leave comments/notes and support for the Indonesian and Turkish languages.

NeuronWriter supports over 170 languages, which is astounding!

They also have a few features under development, including a plagiarism checker, Q&A from other sources, AI-based article templates, multimedia image recommendations and more.

However, in the long term, they decided to introduce essential features such as an AI generator for meta-description and title, recommendations on the number of images to use, a search function for content terms, etc.

Advantages of NeuronWriter

Support for a wide range of languages

NeuronWriter supports over 170 languages, enabling it to broaden its horizons and appeal to a wider audience worldwide.

Excellent content analysis

With NeuronWriter, you benefit from detailed content analysis features to effectively evaluate your competitors and achieve higher rankings by creating better content.

Powerful, logical AI-Text

I personally liked its AI text generation tool. It uses the latest version of GPT3 to produce content, so I found the generated text to be very logical and relevant. You can use it for general and technical articles.

Manual adjustment of IA content quality

If you want to save on monthly credits, NeuronWriter lets you reduce the quality of AI recommendations.

Promising roadmap

They're developing and implementing new features at a pretty good pace. In the coming months, we could be accessing their plagiarism-checking tool, AI article templates, media image recommendations, and much more.

Affordable lifetime offer

NeuronWriter looks like a powerful tool for content creators and small businesses. The NeuronWriter vs. AppSumo lifetime offer provides all the exciting features with sufficient credit limits. 

It's an offer not to be missed!

Disadvantages of NeuronWriter

No plagiarism checker

They don't yet have a plagiarism checker, which makes it difficult to identify the true uniqueness of AI-generated text. 

However, it's part of their roadmap, so we may see it soon.

Complex interface

Although their interface is modern in design, it still seems cluttered with dozens of functions! 

This can be confusing for beginners. I hope they'll try to simplify it in the future.

No credit consumption warning

Before executing a particular AI tool, it does not notify you of the number of credits that will be used. Even after the tool has been run, it only displays the total number of credits used, not the credits used for that function.

I think they need to be more transparent in this respect, and also display the credits used.

No YouTube video integration

Under the YouTube videos tab, they should have provided an embed or copy link option to facilitate the use of videos in articles.

No suggestions for legibility

If you consult the content quality checklist, it displays your readability score. However, it offers no suggestions on how to improve this score.

So if your content score is low due to readability problems, NeuronWriter provides no guidelines or checklists to increase readability.

Alternatives to NeuronWriter :


Marketmuse is a powerful SEO tool that helps you : 

  • insert relevant keywords in your articles, 
  • search for unique questions, 
  • analyze the competition and come up with content ideas around your keyword.

However, it has limited credits and queries, as well as a lack of sharing features. Marketmuse's free plan is quite impressive, offering 15 queries per month. Marketmuse's pricing plans start at a hefty 7200 $ per year.


Frase is another effective SEO tool I use in my work. 

It helps you conduct content research, create detailed content briefs, find questions from different sources and optimize your articles.

Frase supports AI-assisted writing. However, the AI assistant is not yet very refined. The best part of Frase is that it lets you create unlimited documents. Nevertheless, it's not very precise when it comes to optimizing articles.

Frase's price plans start from 49 $ per month.


WriterZen is an affordable tool for keyword research. It has a modern, intuitive interface, a good keyword explorer and an adequate number of credits.

This tool helps you discover topics, explore keywords, get keyword information, create keyword groups, and much more.

However, it's pretty average at the moment.

Who should use NeuronWriter?

NeuronWriter is a great tool for bloggers, writing beginners, SEO content writers, SEO agencies, social media writers, businesses, entrepreneurs, email marketers, product writers, freelancers, web designers and anyone working in the content industry.

However, if you're into creative fields such as poetry, novel writing, songwriting, copywriting, etc., Rytr would be a much better choice for you.


NeuronWriter looks set to be a comprehensive SEO tool for 2023. With this tool, you can not only find content ideas, but also perform advanced competitor analysis and create high-quality AI content.

It will help you optimize your articles using solid SEO practices and create higher-ranked content. All for 59 $ for life, that really sounds like a great deal!

I don't know how long AppSumo's offering will be available, but if your work revolves around content writing, research or SEO, you should definitely take a look at NeuronWriter!

Do you use SEO or AI writing tools for your content? Would you prefer to switch to NeuronWriter after reading about its exciting features? Let me know in the comments section below.

Anyway, I'll be back with more interesting reviews in the coming days. I hope you've enjoyed reading this review.

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