Oh Great, Another AI Writer?

I know, I know. It seems like everyone and their grandma has jumped on the AI writing bandwagon. And trust me, I've tried my fair share of them. But I was always left disappointed - either with walls of lackluster content or complete gibberish. It was like throwing my money into a black hole. So, I decided to take matters into my own hands and fine-tune my prompts using OpenAI's powerful API tools. And guess what? I started getting much better results. So, I decided to cut the cord and create my own AI-powered article generator so I didn't have to rewrite my prompts every time. It started to turn out pretty good content, so I spent less time fixing and tweaking articles I had paid for, and more time working on other shit that I've been putting off.

What makes this different?

You can select pages from your website, for my system to scan and store (which is why I have the low monthly fee - sorry, my server HD space ain't free). When you prompt the writer to start writing an article, it will parse those sites, grab relevant information, and even provide links in the article to those pages!

If you know a thing or two about SEO, that should make you a little excited...

How much does it cost then?

Quite simply, $5/month for the basic, but I'd really recommened going upto the $10/month plan to start out. You get more pages to include in your article, to provide the AI with more context. And a couple of free tokens to start generating articles.

Articles themselves cost 2 tokens (equals $2) because there is alot of data transferred back and forth while it generates the article. I decided to charge per article, rather then subscription, because if you are like me (and I bet you are!), you're paying the other guys monthly for more articles then you have time to generate.

Pay as you go for articles, some months you might be on a writing rampage, other months you might be too busy working on your actual business. I know how it is, and thats why I got tired of overpaying for software and decided to make my own.

Enough blabber for ya?

Try it out for yourself