Here's my content creation tech stack & process for cranking out high-quality content quickly - What are your favorite tools and processes?

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Hey guys, what do you consider the best AI writing for general articles? I.e. outlines and general long copy not just intro

Plenty of options - Many will recommend Jarvis/con.ai but I'd recommend Frase, ContentVillain, Outranking, ClosersCopy, or Rytr. CC is the best deal for the price right now, unless you can get a lifetime license for one of the others listed at a decent price on the aftermarket.

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What are your thoughts about this new AI tool sold at the forum:
Not expensive at all

Price is solid, but it doesn't look like anything I'd want to pay monthly for with all the AI LTDs that come and go. When I have a few days I'll try the trial out and report back - don't want to sign up until I can spend some time with it since it's only 2 days, though.
 

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@X As per quality instead of pricing, which one would you choose, Frase or Jarvis?
 

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Has anyone tried WordHero and Rytr? WordHero is on Appsumo with an Unlimited LTD that is expiring soon. I bought it a few weeks ago along with Rytr. I like Rytr but don't like the 50k charactor limit so I've been using WordHero instead. They now have a long form editor as an option and it works great. If you buy WordHero be sure to get the editor too.

I'm new to AI, is there any reason to keep Rytr too? Seems like it might be a good idea for me to get a refund and use it on another app. Black Friday is coming up soon . . .

Hi, what your experience on wordhero? I'm struggling to choose between rytr+nichess or wordhero as they provide unlimited character.
 

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Hi, what your experience on wordhero? I'm struggling to choose between rytr+nichess or wordhero as they provide unlimited character.
I am just learning how to use these AI writers so I may not be the best one to ask. I bought both Rytr and Wordhero. Rytr seems to be a slightly better output, but the 50,000 CHARACTOR limit makes it almost worthless to me as that would only be good for maybe three to five articles a month. Wordhero with its UNLIMITED word count is a terrific value and they are making a lot of improvements to it. So for the price, it's a really great deal and for me at least, it was a better value than Rytr. One more consideration though, I think that Wordhero's deal on Appsumo does not include their new longform editor and that's a really important feature to have. I think that they are charging an extra $30-40 for it.

With my limited experience though, I am finding that both apps work well with very generic/common writing but not with very specific topics in my current niche.

In my frustration, I bought ClosersCopy on a pre-black friday, lifetime unlimited deal using the 20% off promo code BLACKBIRD (NOT an affiliate code). It looks like the code is still good. It is light-years ahead of Rytr and Wordhero. It allows you to make your own custom "frameworks" and workflows and even has a new article optimizer. I got the Unlimited license because the Professional does not include updates and future improvements. It came out to $253 but it was worth it for all the additional features and the quality of output seems to be substantially better. It is a really flexible and powerful app. I think that they are targeting Frase and Jarvis in the future. It's well worth the one-time price if you can fit it into your budget. I wish now that I had not bought Rytr, Wordhero, and Postpace because Closerscopy seems to do the job of all of them and it's unlimited which will work with my learning curve.


Hope that helps
 
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I am just learning how to use these AI writers so I may not be the best one to ask. I bought both Rytr and Wordhero. Rytr seems to be a slightly better output, but the 50,000 CHARACTOR limit makes it almost worthless to me as that would only be good for maybe three to five articles a month. Wordhero with its UNLIMITED word count is a terrific value and they are making a lot of improvements to it. So for the price, it's a really great deal and for me at least, it was a better value than Rytr. One more consideration though, I think that Wordhero's deal on Appsumo does not include their new longform editor and that's a really important feature to have. I think that they are charging an extra $30-40 for it.

With my limited experience though, I am finding that both apps work well with very generic/common writing but not with very specific topics in my current niche.

In my frustration, I bought ClosersCopy on a pre-black friday, lifetime unlimited deal using the 20% off promo code BLACKBIRD (NOT an affiliate code). It looks like the code is still good. It is light-years ahead of Rytr and Wordhero. It allows you to make your own custom "frameworks" and workflows and even has a new article optimizer. I got the Unlimited license because the Professional does not include updates and future improvements. It came out to $253 but it was worth it for all the additional features and the quality of output seems to be substantially better. It is a really flexible and powerful app. I think that they are targeting Frase and Jarvis in the future. It's well worth the one-time price if you can fit it into your budget. I wish now that I had not bought Rytr, Wordhero, and Postpace because Closerscopy seems to do the job of all of them and it's unlimited which will work with my learning curve.


Hope that helps

Where is the link to lifetime deal of closercopy.

Cannt find on their website.
 

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Where is the link to lifetime deal of closercopy.

Cannt find on their website.


In case the link doesn't showup, just add "/lifetime" to the end of theurl

It also had a popup that offered a 10% discount but I didn't see how to stack it on top of the 20%. Please let me know if you figure it out.

The more I work with this app, the more that I like it. I especially like the "compete" tool.
 
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