search cancel – Analyze Your Writing Style

UrlAi.comUrlAi is a new web tool that bloggers can use to have their blogs analyzed. Yet, this tool won’t look at the blog’s backlinks and number of daily visits.


It will look at something entirely different: the writing style. Yes, that’s right. UrlAi is a tool that can look at any blog and tell you the gender of the person that writes and his/her age based solely on the person’s writing style. It can also tell you what the predominant mood of the blog is.

If you are a blogger and you want to ensure that your writing style suits the themes and topics that you are dealing with, then, you can simply submit your blog’s URL and have it analyzed. It’s just no good having a blog about Brazilian metal band “Sepultura” and have a writing style that is rosy, upbeat and that sounds as if it has been written by a tween (unless it’s all a joke, of course).

The analysis in itself is immediate – you just copy and paste the URL for it to be carried out. The 10 most recent posts are going to be weighed up, and you will then either marvel or shudder at the results. In Their Own Words

“Our writing style reflects us in many ways, for example texts written in anger probably differs from words written in joy. When you read a text you intuitively gets an idea about the author and you start forming a picture in your head. For example if you read a blog with an anonymous author, you often get a feeling whether it’s written by a male or female. We wanted to know if we could give computers the same intuition from reading texts. classifies texts on gender, age, mood (happy or upset) and tonality (personal or academic). We are going to add more classifiers in the future.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

If you have always wondered if your writing style is right or not for your blog, this site will let you answer that question straightaway.

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What other parameters are going to be measured by the site in the future?


Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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