How to Win a Client Using a Self-Driven AI Writing Assistant
A few years ago, you didn’t have to worry about competition because you were the only one in your niche. You had plenty of clients and just a few people would try to make their way into your office. I’m sure you’ve noticed that Samsung and Apple are not the only players in the tech market. Many others have tried to enter, but only a few have been successful. You can’t be as good a writer as you are a business-owner. You are probably not even as good a writer as you are a good business-owner, but that doesn’t matter.
You start to worry about competition when it starts to get bigger than you are. Then you start to worry about your main client and his main problem. You started working on this project because of his issue, so now you have your subordinate writing for hours on end for him. You tell him the deadline and the number of pages. Eventually, there’s a day when you look at his work and it’s not good enough. Not only that, but your client has changed his mind on one of the main points that require more research.
11 Reasons Why You Should Have an AI Writing Assistant in Your Business Today
You may have your ears open to the latest news, but that doesn’t mean you’re ahead of the game. How many times do you hear something and then rush to implement it? You should think about it first because one decision you make today can affect your business tomorrow. More importantly, it can have a huge impact on your credibility as an expert. Let me give you an example.
Last spring, President Obama signed the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization Act that relaxed the drone flight restrictions around US airspace. The FAA had originally imposed a number of limitations before the act was passed, including a flight ceiling of 400 feet above ground. The act also outlined changes to general aviation rules that should help speed up and make easier for commercial use for drones, which will also help make them more affordable for businesses.
If you’d said a year ago that drones were going to be widely used in commercial applications, people would have thought you were nuts. Today, however, Amazon is experimenting with using drones for deliveries, and sales of consumer drones are on the rise. Many businesses are jumping at the opportunity to try out these new machines before their competitors.