When Jarvis, or Conversion AI as it was originally known, was launched at the beginning of 2021, there was only a single plan that you could sign up for, which is today’s “Starter” plan. Since then, they’ve added 2 more, and today you can choose from one of three different pricing plans.
If you’ve not checked out Jarvis before, the first thing you should do is sign up for the free 7 day trial. That will give you more than enough time to see if Jarvis is going to be a great addition to your set of digital tools.
One great thing with Jarvis is that there are no contracts – you can cancel your account any time you wish, though once you realise how powerful a tool it is, I don’t think that will be something you’ll be considering any time soon.
Each of the three plans – Starter, Pro and Boss Mode – all come with a 7-day money-back guarantee, so if you come to the conclusion that Jarvis isn’t for you, you can request a full refund.
Below we will take a brief look at the three different pricing plans for Jarvis.
This is actually the original plan that everyone signed up for back in January 2021 when Jarvis was originally launched. Today it is the Starter plan and probably the best one to sign up so that you can get to grips with what Jarvis can do, without having to pay a higher monthly cost.
This plan is priced at just $29 a month and you can use Jarvis to create 20,000 words of content each month. This word count doesn’t roll over to the next month if unused.
You can also have the ability to earn bonus credit simply by referring people to use Jarvis. For every member that you refer to Jarvis and who sign up, you’ll receive 10,000 bonus words – and these do NOT expire. So if you haven’t used them, they roll over to the next month. The Starter plan also had a number of tiers, so you could sign up for the $49 a month package where you get 50,000 words per month.
This is a good plan to go for if you simply need to create some copy for your marketing of Facebook ads. You won’t have access to the “Long-Form Assistant” or “Boss Mode” features, but do have access to everything else, including the 50+ templates.
The Pro Plan is the second level Jarvis account and one that offers you access to the “Long-Form Assistant”. This plan was released at the end of March 2021, and the new long-form assistant feature was a huge attraction to the existing users of Jarvis.
With this new feature, it was easier to create long-form content for things such as blog posts, stories, articles and books. There are also some expansions on a few features from the Starter plan, such as the ability to have an increase in the number of characters you could enter as input for a number of the templates.
The most important new feature with the Pro Plan was that the 20,000 word limit each month was removed, allowing you to create unlimited words.
The pricing for the Pro Plan starts at $109 per month, and you also have the ability to add extra team members to the account at a cost of $40 a month. This made the Pro Plan a great option for agencies that have a number of team members using Jarvis, who could now work with it using their own accounts.
This is the big daddy plan for Jarvis users. Boss Mode takes copywriting creation to a whole new level, and since it’s introduction at the end of June, it has been picked up by thousands of Jarvis subscribers who are churning out tons of quality and engaging content for their blogs, sites, social media and marketing campaigns on a daily basis.
This is the most powerful option for Jarvis users, and truly does turn your into the boss of Jarvis. With the ability to read back between 2000-3000 characters, the chances of Jarvis repeating itself or wondering off topic are greatly reduced.
The compose button makes creating long-form content a breeze, and by combining recipes into the equation, you can start creating totally unique, informative and very engaging articles and blog posts in no time at all. Of course, you should always be proof reading the content that Jarvis generates for you, as well as checking any facts it mentions.
The Boss Mode is the only plan that features Jarvis commands, where you literally tell Jarvis what you want him to do. You can ask Jarvis to write you a blog post about the most popular European holiday destinations, and he’ll write you a fantastic article based on your commands. You can also mix up commands and get him to include bullet points about specific things or even dumb things down a little by asking him something such as “rewrite the above paragraph with more emphasis on Paris” for example. The potential is endless – you are only limited by what commands you give to Jarvis.
This is the most expensive plan of those available and costs $109 a month, with additional users costing an extra $50 per month. However, if you plan to really work hard to create content for your own sites, or even clients, then this is the only option you should be looking at getting.