I’m all about taking smart shortcuts when it comes to content creation.
I run multiple niche websites, and while I do create a lot of content myself (and outsource some of it through Fiverr), it can be A LOT to manage.
Because of this, I am constantly looking for new ways to help streamline my content creation process. A few weeks ago, I talked about what a game-changer RankIQ was, and now, I want to talk about a new service I am using called Rytr.
I saw that AppSumo was having a lifetime deal for it currently, so I figured it was a good time to share my experience. I bought a lifetime deal through Mashable (for more than the AppSumo one), and I’m an affiliate – but this is not sponsored in any way!
What is Rytr
Rytr is an AI (artificial intelligence) writing assistant. Basically, you put in a few pieces of information, and it spits out ideas and content based on what information you put in.
It can create blog post outlines, emails, ad copy, sales pages, social media posts, and much more. While the system isn’t perfect, it has helped cut down my content creation process substantially.
Within a few seconds, it gives you various ideas and full content that you can use for your website, email or social media channels.
Rytr is one of many AI writing assistants that have come to the market in recent months and years. I have used a few different ones, and I love this one. Not only is the price right (especially if you grab a lifetime deal), but it works really well.
It’s not perfect. You still need to add the human touch, fact-check the information it gives you (it’s pretty good, but sometimes it’s given me some weird content), and polish it out. But it’s great for writing content quickly and getting new ideas.
I personally like to combine it with RankIQ. Once I have my outline and some basic content written in Rytr, I put the document into RankIQ for the keyword I’m writing about, where I get even more ideas and am able to flesh out the topic better. This also helps me to rank better on Google!
I primarily use it for blog writing. I would love to use it for emails, but I do feel that needs a little more polishing. You can use it for so many different things, and it’s even available in many different languages. You can choose the tone that you want the content to have, and it can generate up to three versions of any kind of content. I usually find the first version to be the best, but I do grab ideas from other versions to help complete my content.
How Much Does Rytr Cost?
Rytr is $29 a month, and I think you get two months free if you pay for it for a year. I am seeing lifetime deals for it frequently, though, so keep an eye out for it!
AND they allow you to have a certain amount of characters for 100% free, so it’s a great way to try it out and use it moderately before investing in a full subscription.
What Niches can I use Rytr for?
Any! You will have to figure out how to make it work best for the different niches and types of writing you do, but I use it for all my websites. Those niches are:
- DIY and Crafts
- Recipes and Food
For recipes and food, I usually type in the questions I am writing for my FAQs, or I will use it to write introductory paragraphs.
Rytr vs Jarvis
The main competitor to Rytr, in my opinion, is Jarvis. I have used Jarvis, and I really love it…but I had a hard time stomaching the cost of $119.
I wasn’t sure, at first, if Rytr was robust enough to cancel my Jarvis subscription. However, I started comparing the output, and I quickly found it to be very similar. I do think Rytr might be a little more user-friendly, but they are both really easy to use. I’m sure there are lots of technical things I could compare, but for the most part, I feel that Rytr is a worthy competitor to Jarvis – especially for the price!
Have you used Rytr or another AI Writing Assistant? I’d love to hear your experience in the comments!