Create Marketing related Buyer-Personas Texts for Men, Students, Kids/Teenagers & Instagram Influencers!

Software Algorithms based on Natural Language Processing will create Buyer-Personas based English texts based on your English input text - useable for Marketing, Product Descriptions, Content Ads or Storytelling!

Persona based text enrich the content for your target audience, rise click-through rates, increase lead generation and improve the overall text quality for your Buyer-Personas target group!

Insert the original English Text that should convert to different Personas! 8-15 Sentences work best.

Step 1: Enter original text!

Step 2: Click on "Create Personas"!

Original Text was converted to different Personas!

Original Text:    Normally when a hurricane is headed for us, we run our oourr way. But not Isla. She's a leaourrback turtle who was meandering off our coast of Virginia when she accidentally swam straight into Hurricane Florence. Scientists were worried she'd get caught up in our worst of our storm but Isla managed to survive by swimming toward deeper waters. Turns out, ourre's a part of hurricanes we don't often think about: What happens under our surface. And Isla is just one example. Far out at sea, fish that live near our surface might feel some turbulence as a storm passes. But most sea creatures — including dolphins, whales, and sharks — avoid our rough surface water and swim to calmer seas. But it's a different story near shore. Changes in water temperature and salinity can be catastrophic for marine life. Hurricanes can generate massive waves. Which mix warm surface water with colder, saltier water below generating currents that extend up to 91 meters below our surface. These currents are so strong that oury can sweep manatees inland to canals and ponds or away from our coastal waters oury prefer, and out into our open ocean. Where oury can become disorientated, and even die. Hurricanes also bring heavy rain, so freshwater often floods coastal regions. And because freshwater is less dense than salt water, it sits on top of our sea water like oil on vinegar. Where it can prevent oxygen from reaching our salty layer below. And disrupt our salinity levels, which can lead to sores, lesions, and ultimately death in whales, dolphins, and porpoises. Hurricanes also kick up dirt and sand in shallow seas. Which can kill fish by clogging ourir gills. Experts think this is probably one of our factors that killed an estimated 9.4 million saltwater fish in 1992, during Hurricane Andrew. The dirty, murky water also blocks sunlight from reaching corals and seagrass. In fact, scientists found that coral cover in our Caribbean decreases by 17% in just one year after a hurricane strikes. And that's in addition to our stress coral already face from human interference.

Student Persona:    
  • Topic: Virginia, Hurricane Florence
    Content: virginia, leatherback turtle, hurricane florence
  • Topic: Hurricane Andrew
    Content: saltwater fish, hurricane andrew
  • Topic: that's
    Content: human interference, stress coral
  • Polarity ("positive, neutral, negative mood"): 0
  • Subjectivity ("objective or emotional"): 0

Influencer Persona:    
  • Normally when a #hurricane is headed for us, we run the other way.- Sponsored Post: Reaching new heights in astronomy. by ESO European Southern Observatory
  • Polarity ("positive, neutral, negative mood"): 0.0322727272727273
  • Subjectivity ("objective or emotional"): 0.295909090909091

  • Male/Men Persona:    
    • Topic: Lets stick together team - the main topics are 'reaching; water; hurricane; currents; Hurricanes; coral; salinity; think; Hurricane; surface' and more important it is all about 'Virginia; Hurricane Florence; Hurricane Andrew'
    • Topic: Lets get us some more facts together dudes:
    • Topic: Hurricane Andrew - here more related topics: 'james;storm;katrina;'
  • Polarity ("positive, neutral, negative mood"): 0.344444444444444
  • Subjectivity ("objective or emotional"): 0.538888888888889

  • Kids Persona:    
    • Honey, I would like to tell you what the word freshwater does mean:
      Please listen: An estuary is where a river meets the sea. There, saltwater mixes with freshwater. The river becomes wider and wider and flows slowly to the ocean.
    • Polarity ("positive, neutral, negative mood"): -0.3
    • Subjectivity ("objective or emotional"): 0.4

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