CrawlIQ Reviews

andrewmckim

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I'd like more info on this one too. I just purchased Nichesss and saw how everyone saying how great it was when used with Frase (for market research.) As Frase is no longer available at Appsumo, I was hoping to find something similar. CopyQ AI seems to be an all-inclusive tool providing many different things (I think it actually overlaps with Nichesss in many respects. I don't mind if it overlaps with Nichesss, but I'm really more interested in its market research functionality.

Until yesterday, I knew nothing about GPT-5 and all the new SaaS offerings coming out related to it. I thought I had everything I needed with Nichesss, but it seems like I could also use a good research companion like Frase. There's another tool I just heard of called PostPace which is supposed to be like Frase, it's only $49 LTD but seems limited with only 15 credits/month.

Looking forward to seeing this discussion grow and provide insights.
 

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Not sure if you have checked it out but Rytr is also running an awesome deal on AppSumo - https://appsumo.com/marketplace-rytr/
 

Senojp

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I just picked up Rytr and the outputs were decent. I'd say 75% of the time it was fairly on topic with some good useable content requiring minimal editing. Not crazy about the 50k character limit as I would probably burn thru those in just a handful of sessions. I still use Content Villain as my go-to as it consistently provides the most quality content and has unlimited (fair) usage. Nichesss is fun but in my experience the output is relatively hit and miss, especially with product descriptions.
 

sakib777

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I just picked up Rytr and the outputs were decent. I'd say 75% of the time it was fairly on topic with some good useable content requiring minimal editing. Not crazy about the 50k character limit as I would probably burn thru those in just a handful of sessions. I still use Content Villain as my go-to as it consistently provides the most quality content and has unlimited (fair) usage. Nichesss is fun but in my experience the output is relatively hit and miss, especially with product descriptions.
Did you try Conversion Al?
 

spectrejoe

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I just picked up Rytr and the outputs were decent. I'd say 75% of the time it was fairly on topic with some good useable content requiring minimal editing. Not crazy about the 50k character limit as I would probably burn thru those in just a handful of sessions. I still use Content Villain as my go-to as it consistently provides the most quality content and has unlimited (fair) usage. Nichesss is fun but in my experience the output is relatively hit and miss, especially with product descriptions.
have u tried conversion.ai
 

SeoPig

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I tried it but didn't feel it was impressive. The rephraser only spits out one version over and over again. It does show you emotional words, power words used, etc though. And there's no limit I think to how many words you can put into it.

I got another tool from Appsumo called WriterZen, which had more use cases for me, so I refunded Crawliq.
 

SeoPig

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I just picked up Rytr and the outputs were decent. I'd say 75% of the time it was fairly on topic with some good useable content requiring minimal editing. Not crazy about the 50k character limit as I would probably burn thru those in just a handful of sessions. I still use Content Villain as my go-to as it consistently provides the most quality content and has unlimited (fair) usage. Nichesss is fun but in my experience the output is relatively hit and miss, especially with product descriptions.
I liked Rytr. I had a good time rephrasing a lot of content. But I quickly reached the credit limit. And the deal is not stackable. Felt like I wouldn't be able to use it constantly so I refunded.
 
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