You are viewing a single comment's thread from:

RE: LeoFinance Met With an AI Marketing Agency | Let's Discuss Why We Should Hire Them or Not

in LeoFinance7 months ago

This sounds really interesting, s I think it will help a lot of authors who are interested, but struggle with consistency and focus. I think that if it does drive traffic, the cost can be offset by either ad rev or perhaps redirecting some of the burn to it. If it has attractive value, it will more than be worth the inflation sell.

Personally, I am interested to give it a go, but not sure what it would do to my "style" :D

Sort:  

I guess I can try to look forward to reading your newfound robotic side. Nothing like some good ole generic info of the day.

Disclaimer: I was trying to be sarcastic funny, not sarcastic jerk. If I've failed, that's somehow your fault.

You FAILED! 😜

To @tarazkp's point - I don't think it will impact your writing style. After using the tool myself, I think it actually made my content better and more topic-driven.

I've been a stalker of your content for a while and I think it would improve upon an already great base of content. You have topics that you like to write about regularly and IMO these tools will simply help you branch into adjacent topics that also happen to rank well on Google.

Posted Using LeoFinance Beta

All those tricks of the trade, with a dash of personality. A winning combo every time. Even when the personality is SHIT like mine!

After using the tool myself, I think it actually made my content better and more topic-driven.

This is why I think it will hurt my style - I am for "erratic, irrelevant and ranty" :D

At the next stroke, the time will be exactly eleven twenty nine and thirty seconds
.
.
.
.
Beeeeeep

This is neither the time nor the place to be stroking.

"If my stuff ain't tight enough, you can stick it up my..."

My What? My algorithm does not compute

ha ha ha