I Stumbled Across How Writers Are Making Money Using Jarvis AI

Cash in by helping busy people

Linda Kowalchek
4 min readJan 21, 2022


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Time is money.

And people with money pay other people to save them time.

So, if you want or need to make some money, here is where you come in.

I have been futzing around with Jarvis AI during the past few months. Jarvis is amazing. And it’s so easy to use that even an old broad like me was able to figure it out in a matter of minutes.

All you do is sign up for Jarvis, tell it what you want it to write by answering some simple questions, and Jarvis gives you what you asked for.

You can make changes or tweak what Jarvis gave you, you can use what it gave you as a way to jump-start your brain and come up with your ideas, or you can use what Jarvis spits out precisely as it is. It’s up to you.

Just remember, what Jarvis “writes” is only as good as the information you give it; garbage in, garbage out.

I was looking for something on Fiverr one day.

And I saw that there are writers who advertise that they use Jarvis to do their writing and that they will write a video script for you, they will write your LinkedIn profile for you, they will write your bio, they will write ad copy, they will write an entire e-book, or they will write pretty much anything that Jarvis is capable of — for a price.

Why are people with money willing to pay for someone to write something using Jarvis?

Because they are busy and don’t have time to do it themselves, or they are afraid of computers, or they don’t have Jarvis or know how to use it, or because what Jarvis writes has all sorts of good SEO words, or because Grammarly is integrated, or because it checks for plagiarism, or maybe all of the above reasons.

A busy person can pay someone to write something, and the quality is pretty much guaranteed to be satisfactory because Jarvis is on board.

And that makes people feel that they are getting their money’s worth.

So trust is increased, and questionability is decreased.



Linda Kowalchek

Member of the typewriter generation. I write about the writer’s journey and things that happen to me. 100% AI free. Reach me at Linda.kowalchek@gmail.com