Watsonfinds or just WF is a free sentiment analysis plugin for WordPress. This plugin allows you to analyze the content of your posts and create a simple sentiment analysis report. It basically analyzes the text of your posts to detect different types of emotions by using some deep learning techniques. If your posts are generally about joy, excitement, anger or sad then you can analyze them with this tool to see if they really are.
This tool can help you ensure how your choices of words in your post will be perceived by your audience. And the results that it produces are very much accurate as it uses IBM Watson to deal with the text processing part using some weak AI algorithms.
If you want to do sentiment analysis on your posts before publishing them then this tool is very useful. There is an online demo version of this tool too that you can use to do the same. Generally when you write a post then you know what you actually mean but in reality others might get a different sense of emotion after reading it. That is where you can use this plugin. In one click, you can analyze content of your posts and then take further steps.
Using this Free Sentiment Analysis plugin for WordPress:
Using this plugin for sentiment analysis is very simple. After installation, it adds a button in the toolbar of the WordPress editor. In one click, you can invoke it and see the stats of different emotions hidden in your post. Currently, it can show you percentage of anger, sadness, joy, fear, and disgust in your post.
So, open the plugins section of WordPress and then simply search for “Watsonfinds”. When the plugin appears, simply install it and activate it. After that, create a new post and then start writing some text. It will add its icon in the toolbar that you can use to invoke it. It also adds text box in the end of the page to manually check any text.
Now, when you have written a text then you can hit this plugins’ button to start the analysis. It will take a few seconds and will show you the report. In the report, you can see the presence of different emotions in your content. I tested this tool for analyzing sadness. For that, I copied some answers to the confession based questions on Quora and it worked. The answers were mostly sad stories of some anonymous people and this tool was able to detect that. See the screenshots below.
Above, you can see how this tool works. I won’t say that it works 100% perfectly but it generates reliable results. Since this is eventually based on artificial intelligence tool so you can’t expect so much from it. If you are looking for some free sentiment analysis for WordPress then use this plugin.
Watsonfinds is a simple and reliable tool for sentiment analysis that you can use. In just one click, you can analyze the text of your WordPress posts and see the results. You can use it anytime you want and the results that it produces are very reliable. If your content can be understood by bot correctly then it will probably be understandable for humans too.