Here’s How to Be Ahead of 99% of
Hey there, fellow writers!
Are you tired of struggling with your essays and feeling like you're not making progress?
Well, fear not! You may already know about PerfectEssayWriter.AI, but did you know you might
be using it all wrong?
Don't worry; you're not alone - but it's time to change that!
So, if you want to be like Sarah and get ahead of 99% of PerfectEssayWriter.AI users,
Meet Sarah 👋……….
She's a college student who was struggling with her essays. Then she discovered
PerfectEssayWriter.AI. At first, she just used it to check her grammar and
spelling, but then she realized it could do so much more.
By using PerfectEssayWriter.AI's advanced features, Sarah was able to analyze her
writing for things like sentence structure, tone, and even readability. She
learned how to optimize her writing for different audiences and purposes.
She started getting A's on her essays, and her professors even complimented her
on her improved writing skills.
We're going to share some tips and tricks to help you unlock the full potential of this
1: Choosing the Right Tool
Alright, let's start with the basics!
Choosing the right tool is crucial when it comes to using PerfectEssayWriter.ai effectively.
Think about what you need help with - are you struggling with creating a thesis statement? Do
you need assistance with topic selection or creating an outline? Or, maybe you just want a
sample essay to read.
Once you've identified your needs, you can select the appropriate tool from the range of
templates available on the platform.
Here’s a scenario for you….
Say you need a thesis statement for an argumentative essay. But, instead of using the tool for generating thesis
statements, you opt for the essay
to create a complete essay.
This can lead to a variety of issues, like picking random sentences from the introduction as
your thesis statement, though they're not actually the thesis statement for that particular
essay. Or, your topic could be written as both an argumentative essay and an analytical
essay, but the tool generated an analytical essay for you, leading you to pick an analytical
thesis statement instead of an argumentative one.
And the list goes on!
So, take the time to figure out what you need help with, and then select the appropriate
2: Fill Out All the Fields in the Tool Brief
Let's face it; we're all in a rush these days!
But when it comes to using time-saving tools like PerfectEssayWriter.ai, rushing through the
process isn't going to do you any favors.
Skipping important fields in the tool brief just to get a quick output is a common mistake
that many students make. They may only fill in the required fields without putting in the
extra effort to fill in additional fields that can improve the quality of the content
generated by the tool
Here's the catch - those additional fields actually play a big role in
helping the AI tool understand your requirements and generate an output that precisely
matches your needs.
Taking the extra time to fill in those fields properly can make a huge difference in the
quality of the essay you end up with.
3: Improve Commands
Alright, so here's the deal - it's not just about giving commands to the tool; it's about how
well you write those commands that can make all the difference.
So, let's talk about some strategies for improving the commands you write for an AI tool.
a. Understand Command Structure - Action, Structure, Direction
If you want to write a command that generates the output you're looking for, it's important
to understand what makes a good command.
Let me break it down for you!
A command has three main parts - an action, a structure, and a direction.
Let's say you want an essay on the topic of gun control. Your command might be, "write an
essay on gun control."
In this command, "write" is the action you're asking the tool to perform, "essay" is the
structure you want it to follow, and "gun control" is the direction or topic that you want
the tool to focus on.
So, you need to make sure that you give just the right action, structure, and direction to
the tool while writing the command.
Here are some suggestions for a few common action words that help you get customized content:
So, if you want the tool to write about a topic in detail, ask it to ‘elaborate.’ But if you
want it to address a query, then it’s better to use the action word ‘answer’ in your
b. Read FAQs & Usage Tips
Now, it’s time to give a shout-out to our team!
We've made it super simple for us to use our platform effectively. When you visit a tool's
page, just scroll down a bit, and you'll find a list of frequently asked questions with
These FAQs can be a lifesaver - they'll help you select the right tool for your needs and
ensure that you're using it to its full potential.
So, before you start using any tool on the site, we highly recommend taking a few minutes to
read through the FAQs. Trust me; it's a small investment of time that can pay off big time
in the quality of your essay.
You’ll know whether you’ve chosen the right tool from the list available and if you’re using
that tool in the best possible manner or not!
4: Appropriate Tone Selection
Alright, next up is selecting the tone for your essay or content.
If you're writing a blog, you'll want to keep things engaging and conversational. But if
you're working on an assignment, you'll want to go for a more professional and informational
Here are some tones that you can use:
Now, here's a pro tip that can take your output to the next level - add some
personality to your prompt!
Let's say you have a favorite educationist, and you're creating content for your
presentation. You can actually use the name of that educationist as the tone, and the tool
will generate content for you in the style and tone of that famous educationist.
How cool is that?
By adding a bit of personality to your prompt, you'll be able to create content that feels
authentic and unique to your needs. So, don't be afraid to experiment with different tones
and styles - it might just be the key to making your content stand out.
Use Multiple Templates
Alright, we're almost done here, but before I wrap things up, I have one final suggestion for
Don't just rely on a single tool or template on the PerfectEssayWriter site - use multiple of
them simultaneously to create the best possible essay.
Here's an example of how you can do this.
Start by using the 'essay outliner'
to create a detailed outline of your topic according to your preferred type of essay. Once
you have your outline, use the 'commands' tool to
create a detailed essay based on that outline. Then, add your own personal interpretations,
thoughts, or arguments to the essay to make it unique.
Finally, run the essay through the 'Grammar & Spell
Check' tool to ensure that it's flawless.
By using multiple tools and templates, you'll be able to create an essay that's
well-structured, well-written, and free of errors.
So, what are you waiting for? Head over to PerfectEssayWriter.AI and put these tips into