You may just have written what you believe to be the most clever, eye-catching, and least spammy email subject line ever.
No one but you, a human, could have possibly done that, right? Times are a-changing.
Artificial Intelligence may be able to do your job, but better.
Coming to a Home Near You
Long gone are the days when Siri hardly ever understood what you were saying. AI has made a huge comeback with its advancements in Natural Language Processing. NLP is what powers Siri and its counterpart, Alexa.
Because virtual assistants have advanced so much, the communication with them is much more seamless. More and more users are starting to make these virtual assistants part of their homes, connecting them to every device in sight.
This is what’s making voice search increasingly more important, and those on the cutting edge are already looking toward how this will impact SEO and paid search.
How AI Could Replace Some Marketing Jobs
There are now entire services dedicated to writing anything from email subject lines to social media content using machine learning. These types of services could be potentially beneficial for businesses with hundreds of pieces of content to get out each day.
The jury is still out on how well AI could work on a consistent basis when it comes to content, but it is promising. Not only does it understand language better than ever, but it understands and measures engagement. This could lead to better content for engagement and business results with marketing efforts.
Making the Data Work
Letting AI do the heavy lifting when it comes to writing could be a good thing. AI won’t get the infamous writer’s block on deadline, it won’t make decisions based on emotion of creative desire, and it can manage more data than we could possibly comprehend in one mind.
With a mixture of the human element, AI could be one of the best things to happen to marketing since, well, the Internet.