There is nothing more challenging than staring at a blank piece of paper or document with a deadline looming. It’s like everything you were thinking about is out the window and your brain is totally locked up, and you are not able to put two words together to save your life. Having a writing assistant would be awesome if you had one you could trust and afford.
It just so happens I’ve stumbled across such a service which I’m reviewing for you today. While this service does not make use of live human assistants it does have pretty smart Artificial Intelligence (AI) assistants.
Rytr helps you create a wide range of content just by selecting a few options. You can create content such as:
- Blog Ideas & Outlines
- Blog Section Writing
- Business Idea Pitch
- Call to Actions
- Copywriting Frameworks
- Social Media Ads
- Landing Page & Website Copy
- And so much more
In four easy steps, you will have content quicker than you thought possible:
- The first thing you have to do is select your language from the dropdown They have 30+ languages to choose from. Their website says 10+ but they’re adding more languages frequently.
- The next step is to select the tone of the content you will be selecting. There are over 20 different voices you can choose The “tone” is how you want the writing to sound. This can vary from convincing to funny to informative, etc. This helps you tailor your writing to fit the need or even the voice you normally write in yourself.
- Then, you’ll choose your “use case.” This simply means how you plan on using the text that the Ryte engine generates for you. For this review, I generated a product description for the Marketing University Podcast. You will need to input some keywords, phrases, and/or titles when prompted. There is a 250-word limit. I simply grabbed a couple of sentences from the website which I’ll share below. It also asks for the number of variants, meaning how many versions do you want it to generate for you to choose from. I left the default of two. In this step, they also ask for creativity level. You can choose from Optimal (suggested), low, medium, or high.
- Then finally click the button for it to “Ryte” your copy.
The content I entered was: “The Marketing University Podcast is hosted by one of the top marketers in the world, Armand Morin. Learn inside, behind-the-scenes details, and straight to the point advice of how to market your business online and offline.”
After I entered that information and clicked the “Ryte for me” button, it generated the following two variants.
“The Marketing University Podcast is hosted by top marketer Armand Morin. Listen to Armand’s interviews with famous entrepreneurs, marketers, and authors to learn the techniques they use to succeed in marketing.”
“Today’s market is tough on business owner’s and marketers alike. Armand Morin, one of the most successful marketers in the world, has been there and done that. He knows what it takes to succeed in today’s crowded marketing space. After nearly 20 years in this industry, Armand has founded Marketing University to help you learn the tactics and tools that will give you an unfair advantage over your competitors. Join him as he shares his marketing insights that will teach you up-to- date marketing strategies that are proven to be successful.”
These two options were generated in less than a minute. I was quite impressed with the speed and information it created. I can only guess in this case it did some deep dive of internet information to come up with the content that it did. As you can see, I didn’t specify the content of the podcast or length of time online.
Obviously, you will want to look over whatever is created and clean it up to work for you. There are things in both options that Armand would want to change, but the results were definitely worth considering.
I ran additional tests for other projects for email content and business ideas and was equally impressed with the information generated. I could easily see this being a tool I could use more often as well as tell others about.
The Ryte application is easy to access and simple to use. They provide a quick video tutorial of how to use their system when you first open the service. The video is brief and to the point.
In looking at the pricing for the service at the time of the writing of this review, they currently have three options.
- Saver ($9 per month)
- Unlimited ($29 per month)
If you choose to pay yearly, you receive two months free. Their plans are based mostly on the number of characters generated per month starting at 5,000 for the free version all the way to unlimited for that unlimited plan. At $29 a month, if you’re needing to write a lot of copy, that is a very reasonable price.
One recently added feature is the plagiarism checker which checks to make sure you have original content. It also has your standard document editing tools and spell checker as well as some AI wizards to enhance the content the Rytr app generated for you.
I found this application definitely worth using more in the future as I come across more uses for it. I think it’s something you could find quite useful, as well. Additionally, if you refer products to others, they do offer an affiliate program with 30% recurring commissions for the lifetime of the customer. While I won’t be using my affiliate link for this review, I will be in future reviews.
The Marketing University team is constantly on the lookout for resources that will help our members. In saying that, I feel this is a resource that you could benefit from checking out. So, if you’re looking for writing assistance during those times you are drawing a blank or honestly just need copy written for various aspects of your business, I would definitely suggest you check out Rytr.me today.