TL;DR: Lifetime access to the Rytr AI Writing Tool is on sale for $75 (with $20 store credit) as of Oct. 20 — that’s a 94% savings.
Face it: Not everyone is a writer — and that’s just fine. You know why? Because artificial intelligence exists to help you out. From writing detailed product descriptions to cranking out regular social media posts to reeling in customers via intriguing emails, running a business is filled with content writing demands. And that’s where Rytr, an intuitive, AI-powered writing tool, saves the day.
With 4.8 out of 5 stars on both G2 and Trustpilot, Rytr is almost like having a real human assistant. You feed it a little bit of relevant information — like the topic, tone, and format — and in return, it delivers content to perfectly suit your needs in a fraction of the time it would typically take you.
You can use Rytr on any browser via desktop or mobile, so you can get work done at home or on the go. Once you open it up, you’ll choose your use case from over two dozen categories — including emails, Facebook ads, landing pages, product descriptions, headlines, taglines, and beyond. Next, you’ll choose a tone from over a dozen other options. Do you want the content to sound casual and conversational or more formal? Maybe you want to convince someone to buy something or show your loyal customers how appreciative you are of them. Whatever you’re looking to say, there’s a tone to convey it.
Finally, you’ll have to add some input text for the topic at hand, choose how many options you’d like, and click “Ryte for me”. That’s pretty much it! You can edit and customize the content to truly feel personal to your brand. There’s even a built-in plagiarism checker to ensure your content is original and SEO-friendly to boot.
Don’t have the cash to outsource your content writing needs? No problem. Rytr is the best AI writer around. Plus, it’ll never procrastinate or turn in late content. Sign up for a lifetime subscription for just $75 ($1,250 value) for a limited time and get $20 credited back to your account for future purchases.
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