A couple of months ago, I built and launched the MVP for my SaaS platform SEOCopy within 24 days. Since then, I've grown the MRR to $266 with 14 paid users and 360 free signups.
After listening to tons of user feedback, the platform is now looking a lot more polished with some great new features. One of these features, and the most exciting (that also took a month by itself to build!), is the full Blog Post Generator. You simply enter a subject/blog idea and some keywords, then it'll ask you to generate a title, an introduction, some subheadings, and then using all of that information combined it'll generate outputs for each of the subheadings. Once everything is pieced together in the "Blog editor" (as I like to call it), you now have your blog post, with the ability to edit/add copy to any of the sections if you're unhappy with the output.
I've now launched a 100% AI generated blog using the Blog Post Generator feature, and the results are great in my opinion. Here's the first blog post if you'd like to read it (100% of the copy is AI generated): https://seocopy.ai/blog/how-to-make-your-website-copy-more-search-engine-friendly
There's a lot of AI copywriting tools out there, and I get that people can be skeptical of them. AI is not perfect by any stretch, but I think that I've genuinely built a decent tool, for use by agencies and marketeers to aide them in the creation of optimised website copy. I've tried to narrow down to a specific niche, and that's SEO. Most AI copywriting tools are built for general marketing use and try to cover all areas, whilst I'm trying to build the best tool that I can for this specific area of marketing.
We now have just 6 founder plans remaining, which is cool. I'm excited to keep iterating and growing the platform.
One of the things I am going to be doing soon over on my Twitter (@richiemcilroy), is starting a series where I'll regularly post updates about the SEOCopy Blog, including new keyword rankings, keyword research strategies using tools like KatLinks.io and LowFruits.io, and regular organic traffic stats.