Copymatic user review
Copymatic looks professional but with a pretty generic SaaS aesthetic – lacking in boldness or idiosyncrasies in marketing.
Marketing focuses on writing utility – which makes sense, but there is nothing there that stands out in a pretty crowded and competitive field.
Login is a breeze and you’re asked about your current writing task – straight to the meat and potatoes.
This may get intrusive in the future, but I’m warming to the product – like someone’s put a thought into a first time users, user journey. Free trial you get 1500 words, which seems a little stingy but ok, fine.
I want to compare Copymatic’s ability to compete with Rytr on a long form article so I select long form and i’m taken to the recommended writing tools.
CopyMatic group common writing tasks under Sections: Blog content, Website content and SEO, Rewriting and E-commerce. There are currently 72 different types of tasks – so you’ve lots of options to match tools with your workflow.
I used the Article Generator and inputted my title. I was also prompted to input related keywords, which is a step I’ve not see too much so far in other AI writer products.
You have the option to manually input your section topics, but I chose for Copymatic to generate them.
The subtopics generated were right on target – which immediately gives confidence that this is a good product.
The content generation – with turned out 1123 words – took a minute. The content generated (you can see below) was pretty good, hitting the right conclusions, but like all AI writing tools I’ve used so far, produces generic copy, lacking the depth of experience and commentary.
But with some further wordsmithing and punching up with real world experience (and building out the case studies) you’ve got the framework for a decent article.
Interesting are the sidebars.
On the right there is a SEO ranking out of 100 with criteria, the keywords you entered and a plagiarism checker (requires a paid account). Its amusing that the software is evaluating itself.
On the left-hand side are Suggested Pictures which is in Beta. Good thing as all the scrollable images were searching around ‘Off-shore’, as in offshore oil rigs, rather than talent and recruitment, which was the intention of the article. Google gets this wrong also, but when it does hit the mark, it would be a great feature to ‘save as’ and another productivity improver.
Writing test on the Subject:
How to source and integrate offshore talent teams
Using the Copymatic Article Generator tool, produced:
How to source and integrate offshore talent teams
When you’re looking to scale your business, it’s important to find the right talent to help you reach your goals. But what do you do when you can’t find the right skillset locally? The answer is to look offshore. Sourcing and integrating talent from other countries can be a great way to supplement your team and get the skills you need to scale your business. But it’s not without its challenges. In this blog post, we’ll explore how to source and integrate offshore talent teams. We’ll look at the benefits and challenges of doing so, as well as some tips on how to make it work for your business.
What is an offshore talent team?
An offshore talent team is a group of workers who are hired to work in another country. Typically, these workers are from countries with lower labor costs than the company’s home country.
Offshore talent teams can provide companies with a number of benefits, including lower labor costs, access to new markets, and increased productivity. However, there are also some risks associated with offshore talent teams, including cultural differences and language barriers.
When sourcing an offshore talent team, it is important to consider the skills and experience of the team members, as well as their cultural fit with your company. Once you have selected your team, it is important to provide them with adequate training and support to help them succeed in their new roles.
The benefits of an offshore talent team
When it comes to building a successful business, there is no substitute for having a talented and dedicated team. However, finding the right talent can be a challenge, especially if you’re limited to your geographical area. This is where an offshore talent team can come in handy.
There are many benefits of working with an offshore talent team, including:
1. Access to a global pool of talent: When you work with an offshore talent team, you’ll have access to a much larger pool of potential employees than you would if you were only recruiting locally. This means that you’re more likely to find the perfect candidate for your needs.
2. Cost-effective: Hiring an offshore talent team is often more cost-effective than hiring a local team. This is because the cost of living in many countries is lower than it is in developed nations, so you can get more bang for your buck.
3. Flexibility: Offshore talent teams are typically very flexible, which means that they can easily scale up or down depending on your needs. This makes them ideal for businesses that are growing rapidly or who have unpredictable workloads.
4. Increased productivity: When employees feel like they’re part of a supportive and cohesive team, they’re more likely to be productive and engaged in their work. An offshore talent team can provide this sense of community and support, which can lead to increased productivity levels across the board.
How to source an offshore talent team
When it comes to sourcing an offshore talent team, there are a few key things to keep in mind. First and foremost, you want to make sure that you partner with a reputable and reliable company. There are a lot of fly-by-night operations out there, so it’s important to do your homework and make sure you’re working with a business that has a good track record.
Once you’ve found a reputable company to partner with, the next step is to identify the specific skills and expertise that you need for your project. Be as specific as possible here, as this will help the offshore team understand exactly what they need to do in order to be successful.
Finally, once you’ve identified the skills and expertise you need, it’s time to start interviewing potential candidates. This is where things can get a bit tricky, as you’ll need to ensure that the cultural fit is right between your company and the offshore team. But if you take your time and ask the right questions during the interview process, you should have no problem finding an offshore team that’s a good fit for your business.
How to integrate an offshore talent team
The first step is to identify the specific skills and expertise your company needs. Once you have a good understanding of the skills required, you can start sourcing talent from offshore companies.
There are a few things to keep in mind when sourcing offshore talent:
– Make sure the company you’re working with has a strong reputation and is known for delivering quality work.
– Ask for referrals from friends or colleagues who have used offshore talent teams in the past.
– Take your time to interview several candidates before making a final decision.
Once you’ve found the right team, it’s important to integrate them into your company culture. Here are a few tips:
– Schedule regular video meetings so everyone can get to know each other.
– Encourage team building activities such as social events or group outings.
– Set up clear communication channels so everyone is on the same page.
Offshore talent team case studies
Offshore talent teams are a popular solution for businesses looking to get ahead in today’s global economy. But how do you go about sourcing and integrating an offshore talent team into your business?
In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some offshore talent team case studies to show you how it’s done.
First up is Company A, who needed to boost their web development capabilities. They brought on an offshore team of developers who were able to quickly get up to speed and start delivering results.
The key to Company A’s success was effective communication and collaboration between the onshore and offshore teams. The onshore team provided clear direction and specifications, and the offshore team delivered high-quality work on time and on budget.
Next is Company B, who wanted to tap into the burgeoning market in Asia. They hired an offshore team of sales and marketing professionals who were familiar with the local market and could speak the language fluently.
Again, communication was key, as the onshore team had to provide clear guidance on what they wanted the offshore team to achieve. The results were impressive, with the offshore team increasing company sales by 400% in just six months.
Finally, we have Company C, who needed help with customer service but didn’t want to outsource overseas. They decided to set up an internal call center staffed by employees from different countries.
This approach can be successful if
There’s no doubt that offshore talent teams can be a great asset to your business, but it’s important to remember that they need to be sourced and integrated correctly in order to be successful. By following the tips in this article, you’ll be on your way to building a world-class team that will help take your business to the next level.
The Waterbottle test
With only 1500 words total on the free trial I had only 377 words left to put Copymatic through the waterbottle test – a small copywriting test around product sales copy.
Steel water bottles have been around for 1/2 a decade or more, selling millions a year – widely popular with both customers and retailers. Retailers have said just about everything there has to say about them, difficult as they are products without very many unique traits or innovations.
Perfect for a writing test!
Copymatic has been given a product title for a generic steel water bottle along with a list of product features.
With these limited writing prompts – real world use case – Copymatic is tasked with creating new product copy.
Insulated Water Bottle, BPA Free, Reusable Stainless Steel Water Bottle for 12 Hour Hot & 24 Hour Cold Keeping, for Sport, Gym, Travel – 350ml / 500ml / 750ml / 1 Liter
- Keep your drinks cold for 24 hours or hot for 12 hours
- Eco-friendly and 100% food safe
- Airtight, leak-proof, screw lid
- Boutique quality
- Practical and durable
- Sizes: 350ml, 500ml, 750ml, 1L, 1.5L
A.I Test Results
Using the Copymatic Product Description tool (377 word limited) produced:
- Insulated Water Bottle is an eco-friendly, food-safe and 100% BPA free reusable stainless steel water bottle that keeps liquids cold for 24 hours and hot for 12 hours. It comes in four sizes: 350ml, 500ml, 750ml, 1L, 1.5L.
- This water bottle keeps your drinks cold for 24 hours or hot for 12 hours. It has an airtight, leak-proof, screw lid and is made of durable, sustainable stainless steel. It’s also food safe and eco-friendly.
AND with Creativity set to High
- An airtight, leak-proof and 100% food safe insulated stainless steel water bottle that can keep your drinks cold for up to 24 hours or hot for 12 hours. Perfect for sport, gym and travelling. The positive aspects of this product are that it is lightweight, does not cause any harmful chemicals as plastic does, it is a reusable item rather than a single-use plastic one that from time to time clogs landfills, and that the high standard quality water bottle is versatile and modular.
The more I use different product offering the more I appreciate a good first-time user experience.
Copymatic marketing comes across as a bit well, ‘generic and dull’ but its function, utility and usability are excellent – understated like a german-efficient Audi, than flashy like a Mustang.
And in a professional tool, that could be just the thing you need. There are no team content collaboration tools which will be a necessary feature for some, but without this complex feature set, it cleans up a lot of clutter.
My only gripe is the limited trial options with 1500 words so you can try out multiple tools (there are 72!). Most writers will have 5-6 common writing tasks so it makes sense to be able to try them all.
Software as a service pricing, so its a monthly fee (discount for annual), with price scaling with user volume.
Starting a free trial is the way to go, then its $29 a month minimum – though at the time I was offered an immediate 20% discount (down to $23) if I upgraded to a paid account same day as free trial.