Free 7-day trial! (beta)
Does Bramework integrate with WordPress?
Yes! We make it as easy as possible for you to publish your blog.
What about plagiarism?
Don’t worry! Although Bramework’s algorithm produces pretty original content, we also included a plagiarism checker by Copyscape.
How do you charge?
Once your free trial period expires, providing you have entered billing information, Bramework will collect your plan price, any transactional charges from your debit or credit card you stored on your account once per calendar month in advance. We accept all major debit and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover) and PayPal.
Can I change my subscription at any time?
You can upgrade and downgrade your account at any time from the billing page in your account, you will be able to access the new plan’s features immediately and you will be charged or credited proration on your next billing cycle.
Can I cancel my account at any time?
Yes. Email us firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel your account. We don’t tie you in to any contract, you can cancel at any time before your next billing period and you won’t be charged again.
What happens to my data when I cancel?
Your data will remain in your account for a period of up to 90 days from the date of your last payment. If you wish to take a longer payment vacation, you can arrange a reduced payment plan to cover storage with our support team.
How are post credits deducted?
One post credit is deducted once you select or add topics/questions/keywords and click the “Create” button. You are not deducted post credits when you rewrite a post draft.
When I rewrite a post, does it count against my credits?
No, rewrite does not count against your post credits.
How many words does each AI generated post contain?
On average an AI generated post contains 700-900 words, but could be less depending on the topic. We are constantly making updates to improve the content quality.
What if I don’t like the quality of the AI generated post?
If you don’t like the quality of the post, you click “Rewrite Post” several times. If you don’t like the rewrite, just contact us and we can credit you back the post credit.