The use of AI technology is on the rise and it is now possible to use AI tools like Jasper and Chat GPT to come up with content ideas such as copy and video scripts. However, these tools should not be used to directly publish content. Additionally, AI tools come in various forms, cost different amounts and offer different services. AI copywriting tools are particularly popular among online course businesses. Two of the most well-known tools used for this purpose are Chatbot GPT and Canva Magic Write. Chatbot GPT provides a more detailed outline, while Canva Magic Write offers a shorter but helpful overview.
In this video, I use a real example of creating content about Automations for Course Creators using Jasper.ai, ChatGPT and Canva's Magic Write. See which version you prefer!
AI is a valuable tool for digital course creators, helping to provide automated outlines in an efficient manner. Kajabi and Searchie are two companies that have released AI-driven tools that can generate generic outlines with further editing needed to customize for individual needs.
Additionally, AI output from Kajabi can closely mirror the format developed by content creators, while Searchie can be used for titles, summaries, and key takeaways. These tools are particularly useful when content creation is in high demand, providing content creators with a valuable addition to their arsenal.
Kajabi is revolutionizing the way people create and grow with the introduction of Vili, a community platform where creators and experts can connect, create content, and discuss topics. Features of Kajabi's Communities feature include the ability to customize challenges, circles, and encourage engagement through newsletters and gamification. Coming in early 2023, Vibley adds an extra layer of security with its video meetup feature, allowing users to lock rooms from outsiders. With feedback from both free and paid members being taken into account, Kajabi is set to provide the best experience for course-creators and experts.
You put your blood, sweat and tears into creating your digital products, load the content into Kajabi, and proudly launch it to the world…
And, there’s crickets…
Your mind jumps to possible reasons…
“My Facebook ads didn’t work!!”
“Why doesn’t anybody want this?!”
“It’s Kajabi’s fault! It’s a terrible platform!!!”
If you just take a step back, and assess the problem objectively, the answer is usually as clear as rain.
You didn’t have the right STRATEGY in place.
What does that mean exactly and how can you avoid the dreaded chirp, chirp, chirp of crickets when you launch?
Let's find out: