In this Jarvis AI review, I want to share why despite it working and being a legitimate option for content generation, why in my personal opinion, the better alternative is actually writing your own content instead (and why it’s likely to be more successful for you in my opinion).
Now to be clear:
Jarvis AI has numerous functions and branches, and the one I’m reviewing for you today is the one that deals with creating blog content, ad copy and copy written landing pages, all surrounding one topic: Online business.
I’ll get into the details shortly, but the spoiler is that besides not buying it (I refuse to use such tools), in my personal opinion, the best online businesses, and specifically any type of content you create should be done by your hand, by your unique voice, because that creates sincerity, authenticity and originality (and I would argue more success).
Before I explain more and show you how the Jarvis AI program works, let me ask you a quick question:
If you were reading this blog post and you saw that it was designed by a bot vs written by an actual person, whose content would you trust more? In my opinion, it’s the person and that’s important for success.
A short summary and review of Jarvis AI:
Table of Contents
- 1 A short summary and review of Jarvis AI:
- 2 My rating for Jarvis AI: 2.5 out of 5 stars
- 3 To write this Jarvis AI review, here is what I did:
- 4 My history with tools like Jarvis AI:
- 5 Conclusions: Jarvis AI does work and is legitimate. However…
- 6 In the end: The best tool for content generation isn’t Jarvis AI in my opinion, it’s YOU!
- 7 Jarvis AI
- 8 Pros
- 9 Cons
Who created Jarvis AI?
There’s several people on the team, but Dave Rogenmoser is the CEO of the company.
How much does Jarvis AI cost?
3 plans are available:
- $29 a month.
- $109 a month.
- $119 a month (5 day trial offer is presented here).
What does Jarvis AI do?
It’s a very advanced tool that produces content for you in various areas, including blogging, making ad copies, and other things. You can select the subject matter, input some short info and get auto generated content you can then put up anywhere you wish for your online business needs.
For example, if you’re looking to produce more blog content on a specific topic, you can enter in all the necessary info into Jarvis’s AI program and get content on that topic very quickly to then use on your site. This can cut down on writing it yourself and also help reduce/eliminate writer’s block.
Is Jarvis AI a scam? No.
It really does exactly what it’s set to do. Certain functions aren’t as advanced as they could be (this is based on reviews I read and screenshots of proof I saw, which I will also link to), but it does work.
My rating for Jarvis AI: 2.5 out of 5 stars
Do I recommend it? I personally do not.
This program works exactly as designed and marketed from what I’ve seen (and that’s good on it’s own) and yes it will help you produce and crank out content faster. So yes, it is legitimate and yes it can help your business (if you understand how to use it in the right circumstances in m opinion).
However, I am very biased on this subject (of using auto generated software like this) because I think it distracts people (and makes them lazy) from building out their own unique voice and content based on that and can actually hinder their business in the long run.
I’ll explain more shortly, but while I understand the need for such a tool, that doesn’t mean I think it’s actually something you need. I certainly don’t and I think most successful copywriters and bloggers would understand my point here.
Your own unique voice and authenticity is what sells in my experience.
To write this Jarvis AI review, here is what I did:
For starters, I looked up videos on YouTube of people using this actual software. And here are some:
Source 1. The person takes you inside the program and shows you how it makes an ad. Overall, it’s not bad, but based on what I saw, the ad could have been better written.
In my opinion, I could have written a better ad, even faster without having to use this tool (I know a lot about writing successful ad copies). And if you need proof, here are just some of my case studies:
Source 2. Another review of Jarvis AI and it’s a bit more comprehensive and positive across the board. Yet once again, for me at least, I think that writing your own content is a better option in every regard. The key is knowing what you’re writing to make it all flow and convince people to buy.
Source 3. This is a review blog from Niche Pursuits of someone who used it. Overall, the review here was very comprehensive, satisfactory but not overly positive either. In the end, this person (from my perspective) concluded that this tool needs work and that bloggers benefit more from writing their own content (the last sentence led me to this conclusion).
I also wanted to test their offer for getting 10,000 words free. I however was disappointed to learn that I would first need to sign up for their most expensive plan. That would entitle me to 5 days of Jarvis AI, but I didn’t want to go further from that.
I like testing tools for free without having to enter my credit card details and then decide from there. This approach is just not something I like:
My history with tools like Jarvis AI:
When I first began writing content (well over a decade ago), content creation tools were already in existence, but they all had immense flaws, most typically in the following areas:
- They plagiarized content.
- They duplicated content in many instances.
- They created very poorly written content that was not understandable and would likely never rank or get results.
I reviewed, tested and tried many of them, and eventually stopped because they all had one or more of the above flaws. And by the time I became an experienced content creator, I realized how detrimental such tools were to my success.
Now to be fair, Jarvis AI is a MUCH better tool than anything I’ve tested and seen in the past and in most cases, the above 3 problems I listed that were present in the old tools I tried, are probably not going to be the case here, and if there are issues, you can always adjust the content you get from Jarvis AI to make it better.
However, even if that’s the case, the problem this presents is that in my opinion:
- It makes content creators lazy (you outsource your efforts to a tool).
- It can inhibit you from developing your own unique content creation skills (and your unique voice).
- I am not a fan of any done for you tools that people use without first having their own skill on the matter. In other words, if you’re not already a successful content creator and know what it takes, then using a tool like this might slow down your progress in this area.
- I am 50/50 on such a tool being used if you’re already experienced and can judge the level of content you get from Jarvis AI (perhaps there’s a time and place for it then).
The point is, people always look for shortcuts in this business and I find that very often, the people seeking shortcuts (especially the inexperienced people) are unlikely to become successful doing this. In my opinion, there is no shortcut to online business success.
Conclusions: Jarvis AI does work and is legitimate. However…
The main thesis of this post is to help people become independent of these types of such tools, because no matter how good they become at writing content, in the end, your best bet for success in online business is developing your own unique voice and writing content on subjects that you absolutely love.
Think about it:
Real people are reading your content. Bot content is very different than someone uniquely writing their own stuff, especially if they’re passionate about it and in my opinion, the passionate content wins, every time.
Yes it takes more work, but that is in my opinion the best place to be.
If you’re reading this now, I can almost 100% guarantee you that you’d look differently upon this content if you knew it was written by a bot vs a real person, speaking from the heart (and it would sound completely different too).
Now I totally get that most people can’t distinguish if content they read is from a bot, but I’m pretty sure the more you write from your heart, the more it’ll be implicitly felt. In my case, I naturally love content that is natural and it’s easy to feel and see that.
The problem I find with most people today who are not successful at online business is that the following things:
- They never pick niches/topics they love.
- Therefore their content sucks and they promote stuff they have no clue about.
- They may as well be called bots themselves because of the poor content they produce (they literally don’t know what they’re saying or just repeat talking points).
Trust is a cornerstone in online business success and the better (and more authentic) your content is, the better you will gain trust and make sales. People just naturally gravitate to content creators who speak from the heart and aren’t talking like robots (change my mind!).
And if you’re still reading this post, to this point, then I think I made my point clear.
In the end: The best tool for content generation isn’t Jarvis AI in my opinion, it’s YOU!
The key is to find a particular niche (that is popular) that you love and let your content flow from that. It’s so much easier to express yourself in content form (videos or ads for that matter) when you understand the topic you’re writing about. I cannot stress how important this is.
You can build an entire (and super successful online business) following this. And this is what I learned from Wealthy Affiliate, one of the most authentic programs for teaching people to monetize their passions.
If you’re new to online business (or are struggling like many), then this program can teach you the most important steps and fundamentals to developing your own niche blog in something you love and moving out from there.
As for Jarvis AI, it is a legitimate tool (again), and the reviews are positive, but I believe most of those reviews are from people who use it’s surface benefits, and don’t really see the more long term issues with that. I see the other side of the coin on this subject and gave you my opinions on that.
On the other hand, if you’re an experienced blogger or copy writer (who writes their own stuff), I think you would understand my reasoning for suggesting people do their own stuff vs outsourcing to bots.
You should do as you feel right (ask me below if you’re still confused).
- It is a legitimate software tool for content creation.
- It can create good content for multiple purposes.
- The pricing is pretty good for most situations.
- I always put authentic content over bot content.
- This tool still does have some flaws and bugs (the reviews above point that out).
- I didn't like that I had to enter my CC in to get the 5 day trial. I just wanted to test the 10,000 word option as shown on the homepage.