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What Is Copy.AI?
Copy.ai is an automated writing tool that can help you automate your content, including blog posts, Instagram captions, and emails, among many things.
When was Copy.AI Founded?
Copy.AI was founded in 2020 by Paul Yacoubian.
Copy.ai has 45 templates for you to work with, including templates for
- Social media
- YouTube videos
- Wedding vows
In addition, Copy.ai has 100 AI tools for your workflow benefit. Among them are:
- Email outreach templates
- Product descriptions
- Ad copy
- Website copy
- Blogging tools–such as titles, captions, copy
- Instagram captions
- Sales copy
- Brainstorming tools
How Does Copy.AI Work?
I decided to generate a blog post. With Copy.ai it’s easy as pie.
Click on CREATE NEW PROJECT, key in your keywords and tone you want to use and bombs away! An outline!
After that, a list of talking points will come up for you to use or disregard.
Finally, click on CREATE CONTENT, and voila! An article draft!
NOTE: You will not be able to generate articles on the free plan, you will have to subscribe.
Here is a part of the article it generated below:
As you can see, as with almost all AI content-generating platforms, it needs a bit of work.
If you wish, you can write more or regenerate the content as seen in the light green choices at the bottom of the last paragraph.
In this stage, you can still edit and even move paragraphs around to help with clarity.
After this, click on GENERATE BLOG POST and one blog post you shall receive.
I ran the post through Originality.ai and got a 77% AI score. No plagiarism, though; that was a huge plus.
So making a blog post with Copy.AI is pretty easy. The accuracy before editing? The jury is still out on it.
Yes, Copy.AI has a category titled “Fun.” In it, you can write:
- Motivational quotes
- Song lyrics
- Wedding vows
- Dating profiles
- Short stories
For S’s and G’s, I chose SHORT STORY.
My inputs. The result? Three short stories for my choosing.
It was a sunny day in Duckburg. Donald Duck was walking down the street, humming to himself, when he saw a sign that said “Cruise to the Bahamas!”
He thought about it for a moment. He had always wanted to go on a cruise, but he was afraid of getting seasick. Then he thought about how much fun it would be to take his nephews Huey and Dewey along with him. But then again, they might get seasick too if they were on a boat together with their uncle!
But then he thought: “Why not?” He went into the office and booked himself a room on the ship.
The next day, Donald picked up Huey and Dewey at their school and brought them back home with him. They were excited because they didn’t get to spend much time together anymore since their parents got divorced last year and each of them lived in different houses now (although they still saw each other occasionally).
They all got ready for bed as quickly as possible so that they could get up early in the morning so they wouldn’t miss any part of this exciting trip!
The next morning, they woke up bright eyed and bushy tailed… but also very hungry!
Donald Duck was on a cruise to the Bahamas, and he was excited. He’d never been on a cruise before, and he couldn’t wait to see what it would be like.
He showed up at the port with his suitcase and looked around for his cabin. He saw that his luggage had already arrived, so he went to open it when suddenly…
A loud voice boomed through the area: “Cabin check!”
“Whoa!” Donald exclaimed, startled. He quickly closed his case and ran away from the voice, which turned out to be an angry cruise ship employee who was yelling at him for trying to sneak onto a different ship.
Donald tried again—this time with a more careful approach—and found that his luggage had indeed arrived at its destination! But just as he was about to open it…
“Cabin check!” came another shout from an angry employee who did not want Donald to open his personal belongings because he might get something from another person’s bag by mistake.
Donald tried again—this time with an even more careful approach—and finally found his room without any trouble!
In the summer of 1945, a young Donald Duck was cruising down the coast of the Bahamas, looking for a place to stop and have lunch. He was hoping to find a place with good food and a friendly staff so he could enjoy himself without having to worry about anything.
“I’m so hungry!” he whined as they sailed past one island after another. “Please tell me we’re almost there.”
He looked up at his captain and saw him studying his map with a frown on his face. “Don’t worry, Donald,” said Captain Pete. “We’ll be there soon enough.”
But by the time they got off their boat in Nassau that evening, Donald had lost all hope of finding anything that would make him happy. He had eaten terrible food, drunk bad drinks, and even worse coffee while they were out at sea all day long!
As they walked down towards the waterfront district where all of the shops were located, Captain Pete suddenly stopped dead in his tracks and pointed ahead: “Look!” he cried out excitedly as if he had just seen an old friend who hadn’t been around for years.”What?” asked Donald as he turned around slowly to see what it was that had made such an impression on his captain’s mind.”
…..well? Then what?
Ok, this is probably what I like most about Copy.ai right here. The goofy stuff.
So I decided to try the JOB DESCRIPTION part of Copy.ai.
From the results, this is my favorite:
Hi there! I’m Dani, and I’m looking for someone to help me with my social media accounts.
I want someone who can monitor my account, make informative, respectful replies to the people I follow, and make posts about my blog.
You’ll be working part-time from home, 10-15 hours per week.
I’m looking for someone who is dependable and good at social media—and who wants to help me keep my online presence fresh and current!
Overall, I would say Copy.ai is better for short-form content than long-form.
Copy.ai also has a Chat similar to what you see in Jasper. However, it’s in beta, so don’t expect much in consistency.
For fun, I this is what I asked it to do:
Not bad. A little out of whack rhythmically, but not bad.
As far as factual information, this is what I put in:
Welp. If you’re looking to write about events that happened after 2021, you’re out of luck. Kind of like Chat GPT.
Here comes the fun stuff.
Copy.ai’s pricing is as follows:
With the free package you get the following:
- 1 user seat
- Chat by Copy.ai
- 90+ copywriting tools
- Unlimited projects
- Blog Wizard tool
Pro Package, priced at either $49/month if paid monthly or $36/month if paid annually. Its goodies include the stuff from the Free package plus:
- 25+ language support
- Priority email support
- First in line for the new updates
Then we have the Enterprise package, in which you will have to call them for a demo. It includes everything from the Pro and Free packages plus:
- API access
- Chat interface
- Prebuilt workflows library
- Private company Infobase
What Languages Does Copy.ai Support?
29, but I saw only 25 on the site. The list includes:
- Portuguese (Portugal and Brazilian)
What I Like About Copy.ai
The fun stuff. Anything with short-form content was a plus.
What I Don’t Like About Copy.ai
Like most AI writing tools, you have to do some editing before you can publish your posts. In addition, you have access to some free goodies but have to pay for the full enchilada.
Do I Recommend Copy.ai?
Like all AI tools, Copy.ai does need work when putting together content. While it works with blog posts, I recommend it more for short-form content.
Copy.ai is an innovative writing software that has revolutionized the way authors and content creators create, edit, and publish their work. Copy.ai has become the go-to choice for many content creators looking to create high-quality pieces of writing quickly and easily. Whether you’re a professional writer or just starting out in the world of online publishing, Copy.ai can help you achieve your goals quickly and efficiently.
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About the Author
Dani Lehmer is the founder of Dani Digs In. She is a Quality Assurance Administrator by day, and aspiring blog star by night.