Tai FAQs

Answers to frequently asked questions.

How does Tai help me write content?

Imagine having an assistant by your side, at all times, who has a vast amount of knowledge about any conceivable topic that has ever been written about. An assistant that never sleeps, is always friendly and listens to every word you say.

That is Tai. Say good-bye to writer's block for good. Instead of staring at that dreaded blank page, you fire up Prompt Build It!, one of Tai's core modules, and enter the focus keyword (aka topic) of the page you're planning to write.

Prompt Build It! then guides you through six questions (the "6 P's"). Together, you and Tai will create the perfect prompt, ensuring that the AI generates the best possible first draft of your new page.

How long does it usually take you to write a first draft when you start from scratch? 3 hours? 6 hours? Possibly longer.

With Tai as your partner, you'll get an excellent first draft in 30 minutes to 2 hours, depending on how long it takes you to answer the 6 P's.

You'll then work on that draft in the Boxchain, Tai's second unique module. Box by box, you'll improve your content (without losing previous versions) until you're happy with the draft that you and Tai created in collaboration.

Now there's just one final step missing: Just. Add. You ✔

More about that in the answer to the next question.

Will creating content with Tai get me in trouble with Google?

In a February 2023 statement, Google said that it will continue to reward high-quality content, however it is produced:

"Google's ranking systems aim to reward original, high-quality content that demonstrates qualities of what we call E-E-A-T: expertise, experience, authoritativeness, and trustworthiness. [...] Our focus on the quality of content, rather than how content is produced, is a useful guide that has helped us deliver reliable, high quality results to users for years."

"Experience," by the way, has only recently been added to their quality guidelines. Does an AI tool have "experience" in any niche? No. AI doesn't "do" anything. It pulls together the collective knowledge on any particular topic. Don't get us wrong — that's a big deal.

But you will always be the one who pushes it with your own experience and original thought.

That is why Tai puts so much emphasis on the final "Just. Add. You" step, a complete rewrite of the AI generated output. A good rewrite must...

  • Present the content in your particular voice and style.
  • Blend in your own particular experiences, expertise, original thinking and opinions, including images and videos.
  • Ensure that all the facts are correct.
  • OVERdeliver on your audience's search intent.

By following this advice, not only will you stay on the good side of Google, you'll also avoid any potential legal or copyright issues.

Why Tai and not any other AI?

Because Tai was developed by the same people who created Solo Build It! (SBI!). No other product has Solo Build It!'s track record of helping "everyday people" build extraordinary online businesses, for more than 20 years.

Both SBI! and Tai simplify the complexity of achieving online success into a doable, step-by-step process.

Generative AI, the technology behind Tai, is powerful. But it's also prone to generating mediocre content if you don't know how to use it.

Tai changes that. Like SBI! itself, Tai provides you with the tools and the guidance for using these tools in the most efficient way. And while you can use Tai for many things (e.g. brainstorming, summarizing long text, developing original monetization concepts), it's core function is focused on one goal:

Helping you write outstanding content for your blog or website, faster than ever before.

I've tried ChatGPT and I'm not getting good results. Why would that be different with Tai?

You've probably heard the saying "Garbage in, garbage out." While this concept is much older than AI, it's more important than ever when it comes to generating original content through artificial intelligence.

In other words, the AI's output can only be as good as your input, the prompt. Prompts that are meant to generate content for your website or blog are the most difficult to get just right.

Why can you expect much better results with Tai? Because Tai is designed to create long form content like blog posts and articles.

It includes two tools that make it practically impossible to produce "garbage."

Tool #1: Prompt Build It!, a fully guided wizard that leads you through seven consecutive questions, starting with the topic of the page you're going to write. By answering these questions, you can't help but develop the perfect prompt.

Tool # 2: Boxchain, a unique and disciplined approach designed specifically for creating the long-form content of web pages and blog posts. It picks up the prompt at the point that Prompt Build It! leaves off. In short...

PBI! and Boxchain form a highly organized and reproducible process for creating best-of-niche content.

What does Tai stand for?

While the "ai" in Tai is pretty self explanatory - after all, we're talking about Artificial Intelligence here -, the T could mean several things, like...

🐢 Tortoise (because Shelly, the tortoise, is Solo Build It!'s mascot),

🥇 Terrific (because, well, Tai IS terrific), or

🤖 Transformer (as in the transformer technology, described by Google in 2017, which has had a major impact on the development of generative AI tools like ChatGPT and Bard).

We'll leave it up to you to pick your favorite!

I am not a Solo Build It! or SBI! for WP member. Can I still use Tai?

Absolutely! Just go to the Tai sign up page and create a free account. No credit card required.

Explore everything Tai has to offer. With the included 20,000 free credits you can generate about 15,000 words of text. That should be plenty to let you experience the power of Tai for your content-generation needs.

I am a Solo Build It! member. How can I access Tai?

Log into your Solo Build It! account. In Site Central, you'll see links to Tai and the Tai Guide.

I am an SBI! for WP member. How can I access Tai?

Log into your SBI! for WP account.

I am a WordPress user. Does Tai integrate with WordPress?

To use Tai with WordPress, sign up for the standalone version of Tai. You can try it for free. No credit card required.

You'll get access to the Tai Guide, Prompt Build It!, Boxchain, Tai Freestyle and Tai Images. The only difference to using Tai as an SBI! member is that you won't export the final draft into your builder.

Instead, you'll copy the final draft and paste it into WordPress.

What do I get with Tai's free plan?

With Tai's free plan, you'll get access to everything Tai has to offer, including the comprehensive training in the Tai Guide.

You'll also get 20,000 credits, which equals about 15,000 words. When the 20,000 credits are used up, you can purchase credits to continue using Tai.

Do I need a credit card to sign up?

Nope. All you need is a functioning email address to sign up for the standalone version of Tai.

How much does Tai cost?

You can start with Tai for free. If you're a Solo Build It! member, Tai's integrated into your account, loaded with 20,000 free credits. That equals about 15,000 words. When you need more, you can purchase more credits. Choose between different packages, starting at 50,000 credits for $7.

If you're not a Solo Build It! customer (yet), you'll get 20,000 credits (approx. 15,000 words) for free when you sign up to Tai. After that, you can purchase credits: 50,000 credits for $9, 100,000 credits for $15, 250,000 credits for $35 or 1 million credits for $119.

Does Tai also allow me to create images?

Yes. Tai includes Tai Images, a text-to-image generation module.

It's easy to use. Enter your prompt. Select your preferred image orientation (landscape, portrait or square). Click Submit. Sit back and watch the magic happen.

The tips and examples in the Tai Guide will help you generate beautiful images even if you never used an AI image tool before.

What technology is Tai built upon?

Tai uses the most advanced Large Language Models (LLMs) from Open AI (GPT-3.5 Turbo and GPT-4 Turbo) and Anthropic (Claude Opus, Sonnet and Haiku). But Tai goes beyond just the raw technology. We've added our own secret sauce to fine-tune these models for your specific needs as a blogger and online business owner.

Tai also taps into DALL-E for AI image generation and the Originality AI plagiarism checker so you can ensure your content is authentic and accurate.

What is Generative AI?

Generative AI (GAI) is a type of artificial intelligence that can create new content, such as images, text, or music. Generative AI models learn the patterns and structure of their input training data and then generate new data that has similar characteristics.

GAI is a broader term that refers to any AI that can create new content, such as images, text or music. GPT is a specific type of GAI that uses a transformer-based language model to generate text or code.

What is GPT?

GPT stands for Generative Pre-trained Transformer.

It is a type of artificial intelligence language model that has been trained on a massive dataset of text and code. GPT can generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way.

What is a prompt?

A prompt is a set of instructions that tells a generative AI model (like Tai) what to do. The better your prompt, the better the output the model generates.

Prompting is all the more important when you use AI for helping you write high-quality content for your blog or website. That's why we've created Prompt Build It!, Tai's fully guided prompt building wizard.

Prompt Build It! combines the functionality of a checklist, optimizer and formatter, enabling you to create the best possible prompt in the shortest amount of time.

What is a token (we call them "credits")?

In the context of generative AI models, a token is a basic unit of text or code that the model can understand. Tokens allow the models to break down text into smaller, more manageable units. This makes it easier for the models to learn the statistical patterns and relationships between words.

OpenAI published this helpful rule of thumb: one token (or credit) generally corresponds to ~4 characters of text for common English text. This translates to roughly ¾ of a word (so 100 tokens or credits ~= 75 words).

If you want to dig deeper, use OpenAI's Tokenizer to understand how a piece of text would be "tokenized" by their model.

Wrapping Up

Creating outstanding content that answers your visitors' search intent has consistently remained the core strategy for establishing a thriving online business.

Tai will be your very own business-building assistant, at your side at all times, ready to help you create winning content, faster.

SBI! member? You already have access to Tai. Simply log into your account and start using it.