anyword AI copywriting

This product showed up on my facebook as a “great alternative to copywriting.” It touts having a $250 million dollar backed AI for copywriting. I decided to try it out and see how it worked out for me.

So I decided that I was going to do a release promoting my blog. The first thing I noticed is that under the “type” of industry, it is fairly limited and you are forced to used one of their predetermined variables. For instance, I wanted to write “Lifestyle blog,” but that wasn’t an option. So I went with one of my blog categories, “Video Gaming” for my testing purposes.

So on my first run, I noticed that most of the results came back and they were slightly nonsensical. For instance, my latest podcast episode was about getting a random subscription to People magazine. So the AI somehow thought this was the name of my podcast.

However, that’s the name of the episode, not the podcast. During my initial test, when I adjusted the names to NYCTalking, the scores went down dramatically. Interestingly, when I tried to replicate this on a second test and did the same exact thing, it didn’t adjust my scores as much. It’s like it understood what I wanted more clearly, as AI is meant to do. Now that impressed me.

anyword may be useful for you, as an addon tool or possibly even your sole copywriting tool. They give you a free 7 day trial, no credit card required so you won’t get billed by surprise on this. I think its worth taking a look at it. If you love it, I think it is $19 a month or something to that effect. If you do play with it due to this post, please let us know what you think. I’ve only glanced at it from a very superficial level. Initially I was not impressed, but after I noticed how it adjusted to my edits, I am digging how quick it learned! Skynet, here we come!