I hate SEO Influencers...

like seriously

Something has changed and that is why I’m crying…

Do you have a favorite “hole in the wall” restaurant or store?

It’s the place not many people know about? You can even kinda claim it as “yours.”

They know you by name, and you have your order memorized where you can just shoot it off at the hip when it’s your turn.

Then they make national news, and the Associated Press does a puff piece on them, and your little-known spot is a national treasure, but also in the crosshairs of copycats.

For me, that “hole in the wall” was the amazing A.I. “one-click” writer, Cuppa.sh.

But something has changed.

I’m terrible at these little “ad” thingys, so if you get any value at all from my newsletter, please follow me on twitter (or X, whatever Elon is calling it now-a-days)

I am an affiliate marketer through and through, but one thing that I do is promote products. But there was one product that I only told members of my private mastermind about, and that was Cuppa.

Cuppa, for a longtime, was the “anti-KoalaWriter”, and I loved it for that.

And for those of you who care, Cuppa’s prompts creates content that passed as “human written” by usually 90%.

But I think the real reason for that was that no one knew about it.

Don’t get me wrong, it had a lot of users… but when Chris Riley bought it from Ian Nuttall, I admit, I was skeptical. I knew Ian was legit, but didn’t know much about Chris.

Chris proved me wrong.

He built it to a very formidable foe in the A.I. blogging world, and it was growing, albeit slowly, but growing.

Then I started crying…

The perfect little tool that was cruising under the radar partnered with one of the biggest names in SEO, Charles Floate.

Take a look at what has been happening with Cuppa since Floate arrived.

Do you see that massive bump in just October and November?

It’s the “Floate Effect,” and it’s sickening.

My “hole-in-the-wall” restaurant got picked up by the SEO version of the AP.

I will say that as of now, the quality of Cuppa has not wavered. In fact, it has gotten better. The PowerUser part of their tool is pretty awesome. It’s basically a replacement for Frase or Surfer with some functionality that those tools don’t have.

Chris Riley has proven himself and I’m all for it.

Another big factor in Cuppa’s favor is the price. Their single-site license is very cheap ($89/year) and includes programmatic SEO functionality.

Other tools charge up to 5X per token which is kinda nuts.

So, what to do now?

If you are looking for a AI writer that isn’t as expensive as others (yes, I’m talking to you KoalaWriter), I suggest you check out Cuppa. 

It is BYOAPI or Bring Your Own API. But OpenAI hands those out like candy. Just prepay to get access to GPT4 and the new GPT4 Turbo.

BTW, GPT4 Turbo is crazy good and I have a training within my mastermind showing you how to write articles that rank with this AI tool.

Give Cuppa a shot and since the cat is out of the bag with how great this tool really is, take advantage sooner rather than later.

chris myles

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Chris Myles
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