Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot about a company called Copysmith.ai. Its founder Jasmine Wang has been doing some exciting things with AI in content marketing.
Copysmith.ai is an AI copywriting tool that claims to create high-converting ads, product descriptions, emails, and more – in seconds! Their homepage states that the tool will bring an end to writer’s block and help you explore creative territory quicker than ever.
It can’t generate write perfectly accurate long-form posts, but it is better at long-form content than most other AI tools we have seen. It can rewrite paragraphs, generate blog outlines, enhance your content, help write a press release, and that sort of thing.
We decided to put this AI content generator to the test with a full copysmith ai review. We’ve tested it to see just how the AI technology can hold up.
Is the content actually any good? Can AI content pass for human writers? Let’s find out.
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What is Copysmith.ai?
According to Linkedin, Copysmith.ai was founded in 2020 and has 17 employees, primarily located in San Francisco.
For being around a little over 1 year, traction is looking good. Crunchbase shows the team raised a seed fund of $10 million from a few different investors such as PSG and Harmony Venture Labs.
Who is the tool best for?
Copysmith.ai is best for marketing agencies, freelancers, in-house marketing teams, and e-commerce owners that need to generate content quickly.
It specializes in scaling content faster. Compared to other AI writing tools, Copysmith focuses a bit more on long-form content for blog writers with their unique “Article Writing Assistant” that helps you break down the content and then expand upon it.
It focuses primarily on a few different types of services:
- Content Rewriter – Rewrite the content you love, quickly.
- Product Descriptions – Craft beautiful descriptions worthy of your products
- Content Ideas – Incredible ideas for partnerships, innovations, sponsorships, and more.
- Blog Ideas – Get great blog ideas in a few clicks. Pair with the Blog Outline or Intro generator!
They seem to specialize in creating ideas and content on the fly for a first draft situation. The tool is good for solving writer’s block, which we all struggle with from time to time. They also have a few features such as the “Pitch Yourself” feature which can be a little fun as well.
How To Use Copysmith.ai
It is very easy to get started using Copysmith.ai. The platform is very quick, functional, and robust to use.
Not only that, but they’re also reasonably priced. It’s $19/ month when billed monthly, or $16/month when billed annually. Their YouTube Channel has a lot of well-produced tutorials that can take you step-by-step through creating each type of copy that you need.
Here’s a look at the inside of Copysmith.ai and how to use a few of the features.
Let’s say I wanted to create a blog intro paragraph copy.
After clicking on “new file” within the portal you are presented with a screen to begin your copywriting task.
It’s fairly simple, but a little bit confusing the first couple of times. You’ll just need to type in the name of the file this is primarily to keep things organized. If you want to assign it to a folder or project you can do that as well. Then you’ll choose the type of content you want to create and click “Generate”
Next, you’ll seed CopySmith with the content you want it to generate. For this example, I choose to have it write a blog intro for a blog on “Best On Page SEO Tips”, in a “Professional” tone.
Here are the results that it generated.
The results were generated in probably less than 5 seconds. But I’ve seen this process take up to 30 seconds (probably during high volume times). Copysmith provided 10 total blog post intros to choose from.
The results are pretty solid. While SEO is a highly written about topic, the AI tool was smart enough to recognize the difference between on-page and off-page SEO. The professional tone also was clearly shown.
Next, I tested out the ‘creating the full blog post’ feature. Similar to the last example I started by creating the file and seeding the content.
Now, this is one of the longer-form content pieces that I’ve generated with AI. It generated a total of 1339 words in less than 20 seconds.
But when it comes to quality, I’m on the fence.
Is it good? No, not really.
I wouldn’t say it’s a good piece of content, but some pieces do make sense, and would greatly speed up my writing process. It doesn’t sound all that natural, but it was written by a robot. In order to use this content, it would need some significant editing and formatting. However, Copysmith has been able to generate long-form content better than any other tools I’ve seen.
Grammar and Spelling
A lot of effort has gone into improving machine learning algorithms to produce more natural-looking content generation. It’s not perfect yet, but it has got a lot better in recent years.
Grammarly is great for recognizing certain grammatical mistakes in your writing and flagging them for further consideration.
To test how good the Ai-generated copy from Copysmith.ai is, I ran the paragraphs through Grammarly. Surprisingly it did pretty well, scoring an 84% overall rating.
These are the writing issues that came back.
While there were a handful of correctness errors that needed to be fixed with punctuation errors and formating, what I noticed the most was the readability score. Depending on your audience this text would probably be pretty difficult to read.
Grammarly itself isn’t the best judge of content quality, but if you’re familiar with the tool then you’ll know this generally means the content in this writing needs some work. It may just need a few changes to put it into your voice or to adapt it to your preferred style of writing.
When it comes to plagiarism with the AI copy generated by Copysmith.ai, Grammarly detected 3 % plagiarism.
This is typically about right, especially if you’re used to checking longer blog posts for plagiarism. I find these usually come back with a 1 or 2% plagiarism rate (which is usually from totally unrelated content).
When it comes to AI-generated text, accuracy and truthfulness can be big issues.
For example, if you are writing a blog about survival knives, but the content comes back with kitchen knives, the reader is bound to be confused.
Or there’s the example in the screenshot above. I asked the tool to create a blog intro for the topic “Can Humans Eat a Gallon of Ice Cream Everyday?” You can see that it has come up with some unique responses. While I can’t think of any reason why it would be a good diet to eat a gallon of ice cream each day, and while I would love to eat a pint of ice cream every day, I get sick even thinking of eating a gallon of ice cream in one sitting. Copysmith has a few very different conclusions.
In one outline the takeaway is ‘ice cream is a component of their everyday diet’. While in another the conclusion is ”Eating ice cream every day is not a healthy habit. Ice cream is a treat that’s high in calories and fat.’. The question is, which is true? Which is accurate?
You would need to go and actually do some further research of primary sources to find out if you can really eat a gallon of ice cream daily.
Overall Copysmith did provide enough examples that it was able to give you a good range of ideas with good copy. But you would still need to fact-check. It all seemed broad, well written, and relevant – for the most part.
Copysmith.ai also has a handful of other key features and benefits:
- One platform to manage all your copy
- Brainstorm endless content using Ad Ideas, Content Ideas, and other idea templates
- Beat your customers to their questions with the FAQ Ideas template
All-in-all my first impressions and experience with Copysmith.ai are that it can be a useful and helpful tool for the right person.
As I mentioned previously, the tool is quick, functional, and robust. It allows you to instantly write ads for Google, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and more.
The truthfulness and accuracy will need to be checked with certain topics – especially those relating to the health and well-being of people and animals. However, for the most part, it’s OK.
Just like other AI copywriting tools, the outputs are pretty impressive for how early the technology is, and I can only expect it to get better in the next few years. When creating short-form content. Copysmith is a great option, especially at its price point. For longer-form content, Copysmith is ahead of the other competitors, but by no means will you receive a perfectly generated blog post on your first try.
Used in tandem with content optimization tools and the likes of Grammarly, I wouldn’t rule it out. Try the Free Trial to test it out for yourself.
Pricing starts at $19/ month when billed monthly or $16/month when billed annually.
The free trial is a 3 day unlimited trial with no credit card required. This should give you plenty of opportunities to evaluate the tool. The starter package that runs under $20/month does limit you to 50 credits per month or 20 plagiarism credits.
If you don’t think Copysmith.ai is right for you, there are plenty of alternative AI copywriting services available.
Other AI ad copy and AI copywriting software:
- Jarvis (best for social media and advertising copy)
All tools are priced relatively closely with similar features, and also can also be tested with free trials.
We’re just beginning to see what these AI-content tools can do, and I expect them to get a lot better in the near future. Who knows where this will take online business and blogging? But I don’t expect content writers and agencies to be out of a job anytime soon.