If you’re looking for a guide on how to write blog posts with Jasper AI, then you’ve come to the right place.
Recent months have seen a meteoric rise in popularity for Jasper AI within the field of copywriting, and for a good reason.
Jasper AI, formerly known as Jarvis AI, has seen a rapid rise in popularity among business owners, marketers, and entrepreneurs because it enables these individuals to increase the amount of long-form content they produce by over five times in a fraction of the time. This is accomplished by releasing GPT-3 technology’s AI-generating capability.
If you want to understand everything there is to know about Jasper AI and who it is best suited for, read my comprehensive Jasper AI review.
While Jasper is becoming increasingly popular, many users are still unsure how to use it to write long-form material such as blog articles.
This is where this Jasper blog post guide comes in handy! In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to write blog posts with Jasper AI, upload them to WordPress, and then optimize them for SEO, so they rank on Google.
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First and foremost, before you can begin writing blog posts with Jasper’s long-form AI editor, you need to activate the Boss Mode plan.
Unfortunately, Jasper’s Starter plan does not include the Documents editor (also known as the long-form assistant or editor). To write blog posts with Jasper, you must subscribe to the Boss Mode plan.
There are some substantial differences in the features of the Starter and Boss Mode plans.
Here’s what’s included in the Starter plan:
- 50+ short-form copywriting templates.
- Jasper can read the last 600 characters of text to figure out what to write next.
- Access to the Blog Post Assistant template is not available.
- No Jasper Commands
- No Jasper Recipes
- Starts at 20,000 words each month for $24/mo.
And here’s what you get by activating the Boss Mode:
- Long-Form Assistant template access.
- Jasper can read the preceding 2000-3000 characters of text and choose what to write next, but the Starter plan only allows for 600 characters.
- Jasper Commands – With a command, you can tell Jasper what to write and then see him magically create your article. Here’s an example: “Write an introduction paragraph describing how to write blog articles with Jasper AI.”
- Jasper Recipes – Jasper recipes are predesigned frameworks that include a set of Jasper Commands to help you develop content faster.
- Create AI content up to five times faster than with the Starter Plan.
- Unlocked Compose Button – When using the Starter plan, you must write several words each time you create new material with Jasper. The Compose Button is enabled in Boss Mode, allowing you to run it repeatedly without human input.
- Starts at 50,000 words per month at $49/mo.
In other words, the Starter plan is best for people looking to write short-form content such as social media ads, SEO metadata, high-converting email headlines, and other short-form content.
But if you need to write blog posts, articles, ebooks, or even long books, you need to subscribe to the Boss Mode plan.
Get started with the Jasper AI Boss Mode.
After you subscribe to the Jasper Boss Mode plan, you will have access to a tool that will fundamentally revolutionize how you write blog articles for the rest of your life.
If you want to learn how to write blog posts with Jasper AI, keep reading.
Now that you have the Boss Mode plan activated, you’ll have access to the long-form editor, known as Documents.
By clicking the Documents template, you’ll see the following screen.
This AI software gives you two options for writing blog posts:
- Start from scratch.
- Blog post workflow.
Selecting the Start from scratch option will display a blank long-form editor.
As you can see in the left part of the screen, Jasper AI lets you input the following:
- Content description/brief.
- The tone of voice.
You can also choose the output length of the AI-generated text from Shorter (S), Medium (M) to Longer (L).
To generate a blog post from scratch using Jasper AI, you may begin by typing an introductory paragraph or hit the Compose button and let Jasper come up with a beginning paragraph based on your inputs.
You might have writer’s block if you stare at a blank page. Therefore I’ll cover the blog post workflow option in this article.
When you select the blog post workflow, you will be taken to a screen where you may configure your Jasper blog post template in a step-by-step manner.
First, you need to provide a summary of the content for the blog post that you intend to write.
This stage is crucial because the output that Jasper writes for your blog post will be partially determined by the quality of the content that you instruct Jasper to write about for your blog post.
Keep in mind that Jasper is your virtual assistant when it comes to composing blog posts. He won’t write your entire blog article for you, word for word, without requiring any human editing in any way, shape, or form.
You will need to direct Jasper so that he can assist you in writing better blog posts that can rank higher on Google.
Using Jasper as a tool and expecting it to write everything for you is a recipe for disappointment. You’ll grow more frustrated the more you do this.
The more you think about Jasper AI as a copywriting assistant who is working to support you to generate fantastic blog posts much more quickly than you would otherwise, the more joy you will have from using Jasper.
In light of this, let’s discuss with Jasper what content we want to include in the blog post we are working on together.
For this particular example, let’s say we want to write a blog post about “How to write blog posts with AI that rank on Google.”
In the Describe the content you want to create, you’ll have to write something along these lines:
Write a blog post about how to write blog posts with AI that rank on Google. The blog post should go over the main points of how bloggers, content writers, copywriters, and marketers can use artificial intelligence (AI) to write high-quality blog posts that have the potential to rank on Google, surpassing the competition. This will help them to create blog articles faster than before. The blog post may include tips and tricks on how to use AI tools to generate articles that rank on search engines.
Make the most of the 800 characters you have in this section by being concise.
You will have the chance to enter blog post keywords after you have initially told Jasper what kind of content you want to publish for your blog post.
You are in no way required to add any keywords if you do not wish to do so; this step is fully optional. On the contrary, if you want Jasper AI to use particular keywords more frequently in your blog post (typically for search engine optimization (SEO) purposes), then you can add up to three keywords in this field.
Next, you need to tell Jasper to come up with a title for your blog article. The blog post title is entirely up to you; you are always free to choose it or manually enter it.
You can now generate blog post titles after you have informed Jasper of the content you wish to write and after you have optionally contributed your blog post keywords.
You are free to come up with your own title, but let’s face it: you might not have time for that would like to have several options. Allow Jasper AI to handle it.
Simply click on the Generate ideas button, and Jasper will quickly produce a number of potential titles for blog posts from which you may choose.
As you can see, Jasper was a bit repetitive here in coming up with a blog post topic. However, if I wanted to write an article about how to write blog posts with AI that rank on Google, this would be the exact title I would use. So, no problem for me here.
Simply click the Generate more ideas button to have Jasper continue coming up with blog post topic ideas if you don’t like any of the ones he comes up with.
When you choose a title for a blog post you like, hover over it and select Use this one.
You have either provided your own title for the blog post or requested that Jasper generate one for you. At this point, you have communicated to Jasper the type of content you would like him to write for your blog post.
Now is the time to have Jasper compose an introductory paragraph for a blog post that you will publish.
You could, of course, write the introductory paragraph to your blog post on your own, but why not have Jasper do it for you instead?
By clicking the Generate ideas button, Jasper AI will magically generate two intro paragraphs for you to choose.
You may continue to click the Generate more ideas button, and Jasper will continue generating two blog post introduction paragraphs at a time until it creates one that you like.
When you’ve crafted an opening paragraph for a blog post you’re pleased with, place the cursor over it and click the button Use this one.
You have now finished customizing the Jasper blog post template in its entirety. You will notice that the last box has been checked off and that it now reads Setup is complete.
If the information you entered for the blog post template turns out to be incorrect or needs to be altered, don’t worry about it. When you’re finished creating your blog post using Jasper, you can go back and edit any of those settings at any time.
To open the blog post editor and start writing with Jasper, click the green button that reads Open editor.
The introduction paragraph you selected in the blog post workflow will now appear in the Documents editor (long-form editor).
Next, you should draft an outline for your blog article while the long-form assistant editor is open.
If you already have your blog post outline, that’s fine. However, you can tell Jasper AI to write an outline for you.
In our example, our blog post title is:
- How to Write Blog Posts With AI That Rank on Google: The Ultimate Guide
To create a blog post outline with Jasper AI, all you have to do is write the following Jasper Command on the editor:
write a blog post outline for a blog titled How to Write Blog Posts With AI That Rank on Google: The Ultimate Guide
After that, ensure that your cursor is located at the end of the command, and then execute the command by using this keyboard shortcut:
- Cmd + Enter for Mac.
- Ctrl + Enter for Windows.
When you have finished running the Jasper Command, sit back and watch as Jasper reads your command and immediately generates a blog outline based on your title.
Here’s what Jasper created.
Note: The blog post outline will be shorter or longer depending on your selected output length. In this example, I have chosen Longer (L).
That’s so simple, isn’t it? Just tell Jasper what to write, and he will immediately generate a blog post outline in the Documents editor within seconds. You only need to instruct him on what to write.
You don’t need Jasper Commands to create a blog post outline if you don’t want to.
There’s another option: Jasper Power Mode.
To select the Jasper Power Mode, click on the Power Mode icon on the top of the screen.
Your screen will be split into two sections:
- Copywriting tools.
- Documents editor.
To create a blog post outline with Jasper Power Mode active, follow these steps:
- Select Power Mode in the top-center of the screen.
- Choose the Blog Post Outline template.
- Insert your blog post title.
- Choose your desired tone of voice.
- Click on Generate AI content.
As you can see, Jasper created two outputs, the second longer than the first. If you’re disappointed with the result, you can generate more outlines until satisfied.
All you have to do now is select the one that pleases you the most and copy it to the Documents editor on the right.
You may now convert your headings into H2 elements by using the built-in stylistic options available in the editor.
To do that, select the text you want to format and click on the appropriate heading (H2 in this example).
As a rule of thumb, blog post titles should have an H1 heading, and blog post outline points an H2 heading.
Here’s what your post should look like at this point.
At this stage, your blog post should have the following content:
Before writing the entirety of the content for our blog post, the next task on our list will be to write a concluding paragraph.
Just like Jasper AI is capable of generating blog post introductions, it can also create blog post conclusions.
But why do we need to write the conclusion paragraph before writing the rest of the content?
Because when utilizing the Starter plan, Jasper can only read the past 600 characters, whereas when using Boss Mode, he can read between 2,000 and 3,000 characters. Since we have already typed the title of our blog post, the introduction paragraph, and the outline for our blog post, Jasper will be able to read all of that information and will be able to develop a more effective conclusion paragraph for you.
If we had already written our entire blog post, Jasper would only be able to read the last 600–2,000 characters of your entire blog post. As a result, he wouldn’t have the best information to write a conclusion paragraph that summarizes your blog post well.
To generate a blog post conclusion with a Jasper Command, type the following in the long-form editor:
write a conclusion about the above content. OR summarize the above content.
Using Jasper Commands, you can ask Jasper anything you want. He understands you well enough to determine what you’re asking.
Don’t forget to place the cursor at the end of the command. Then click on Cmd + Enter (Mac) or Ctrl + Enter (Windows).
As we did for the blog post outline, you can generate a blog post conclusion using Jasper Power Mode.
You only need to select the Blog Post Conclusion Paragraph template, insert the required information, and click on Generate AI content.
Besides generating blog post conclusions with Jasper Commands and the Power Mode, you can also leverage transition words, such as “concluding,” “summarizing,” or “in conclusion,” among others.
If you already have your blog post title, intro paragraph, and outline in your Documents editor, you can type “Concluding” and then hit the purple Jasper Compose button. Jasper AI will conclude your blog post.
At this point, Jasper will have assisted you in putting together the entirety of the framework for your blog post. By now, you should have:
- Your blog post title.
- An introductory paragraph.
- Your blog post outline with the necessary headings.
- And a conclusion paragraph.
The very last thing that needs to be done before we can transfer your Jasper blog post over to WordPress is for us actually to generate its content.
This section can be fairly challenging for newcomers to Jasper, but I’m hoping that by providing you with some straightforward advice and suggestions, I can make this step a lot simpler for you to complete.
If you remember what I mentioned in the first phase of this Jasper blog post lesson, you should be using Jasper as your blog post assistant. This means that you should think of Jasper as someone who writes alongside you to help you create blog posts much more quickly than you would usually.
If you come to this stage of the process and expect Jasper to write 100% of your 2,000-word blog article word for word without the need for any human editing, you are going to be disappointed.
To make it even more amazing, there are numerous ways to add a human element to your blog article, such as humor, uniqueness, and wit.
Keeping this in mind, let’s see how to use Jasper AI to write blog post content.
As you can see on the left side of the screen (in Focus Mode, not on Power Mode), you have all the fields you wrote before:
- Content description/brief.
I added two keywords in this example so Jasper can include them in the generated output.
You are free to make alterations to any of these components whenever you choose while Jasper assists you in creating your blog article.
For instance, let’s assume you’re working on the content for the second section of your blog post, and you realize that you need to provide Jasper with some additional information to assist him in writing about a specific subject. You can alter the content description of your blog post in order to keep Jasper on track.
Also, do you see the green toggles corresponding to each blog post template section? These toggles can be turned on or off as desired.
If the toggle is turned off, Jasper will stop “reading” the information when he’s developing AI content and instead focus on producing new stuff. In the event that the toggle is set to “on,” Jasper will have that data loaded, and it will play a role in influencing the material that he creates.
Compared to the Starter plan, the Jasper Boss Mode will allow you to produce content for your blog posts up to five times faster than you were previously able to do.
Because access to Jasper Commands is granted upon subscribing to Boss Mode, you can now modify the structure of your blog posts by including the Jasper Commands in bold below.
How to Write Blog Posts With AI That Rank on Google: The Ultimate Guide [Blog post intro paragraph generated by Jasper AI] Blog Post Heading 1 Write an intro paragraph for the above heading. *** Blog Post Heading 2 Write an intro paragraph for the above heading. *** Blog Post Heading 3 Write an intro paragraph for the above heading. [Blog post conclusion paragraph generated by Jasper AI]
Here’s what it looks like when you put the above in action.
Remember that to run a Jasper Command, you must hit Cmd + Enter (Mac) or Ctrl + Enter (Windows).
Why did I put three asterisks before each heading?
When you use three asterisks in a row (***), you are telling Jasper that he should ignore any content that comes before the three asterisks.
Tip: If you are having problems with Jasper repeating himself or duplicating content, you can try inserting three asterisks before a heading and concentrating solely on that heading and that section. This should solve the problem.
The three asterisks are optional, so if you don’t want to use them, feel free to experiment with using and omitting them.
Because Jasper can only concentrate on talking about that heading without repeating anything, I’ve generally noticed better results when adding the three asterisks before headings.
Using the previous information from the sidebar template, Jasper already knows your blog post’s title and intended topic. Jasper AI, therefore still has a ton of context to choose from when writing.
The Jasper Commands can also be changed however you like. You could instruct Jasper to create a list of bullet points instead of an introduction paragraph if you don’t want him to write an introduction paragraph for your headings.
You can still easily come up with engaging blog post content by letting Jasper come up with words on its own if you don’t want to use Jasper Commands to instruct it on what to write.
Simply click the Jasper Compose button (Cmd + J for Mac or Ctrl + J for Windows) with your cursor under each heading to have Jasper start writing blog post content about that heading.
Use the same procedures to write content for the remaining headings of your blog posts once you have enough written for your first heading.
And if you use transition words, you’ll be making your blog post more organic and human-friendly.
By completing all these steps, you should have your blog almost finished. However, there are some key aspects you should keep in mind:
- Don’t forget to remove any Jasper Commands left in the editor before you copy the blog post to WordPress.
- If Jasper wrote anything about facts, check, check, and check! Fact check is crucial if you’re not sure about its veracity.
- Put your own twist on the article to make it more approachable, add some humor, and make it more personalized.
Now that you have finished writing your entire blog post with Jasper AI as your assistant, there’s a last step you shouldn’t bypass: checking your grammar.
Although Jasper is a machine, sometimes its grammar may not be accurate. Thanks to the Jasper AI team, Jasper includes the Grammarly add-on that helps you check the grammar of your content.
Have you noticed the Grammarly icon on the top-right of the Documents editor?
Make sure the Grammarly icon is active (green). When active, you’ll see red lines under each grammar error.
Note: Sometimes, Grammarly identifies an “error,” which may not be exactly an error. You must use your discernment to determine whether or not it makes sense.
The Grammarly free version is fantastic and assists in highlighting any glaring spelling or grammar errors that you (or Jasper) may have made when composing your blog article.
Although Grammarly’s free edition is wonderful, I upgraded to the premium version and started using the Chrome extension.
The built-in Grammarly feature within the Jasper editor will simply be overridden if you use the Chrome extension instead, and everything will continue to function normally.
Ensure Grammarly is set to run inside the Jasper AI program once the extension has been added to your browser.
Make sure the toggle labeled “Check for writing suggestions on app.jasper.ai” is set to “ON” by selecting the Grammarly extension from the extension bar.
You should use Grammarly Premium if you want to enhance the substance of your blog posts even further. The icing on the cake for Jasper users is that Grammarly Premium delivers over 400 different tests, finds grammatical faults, improves vocabulary usage, and offers citation suggestions.
Another perk for users with Grammarly Premium is the plagiarism checker. Even though Jasper AI claims that he writes 99% original content, it’s always helpful to confirm. I use it for every blog post I write, and, I must say, it’s an invaluable tool. Sometimes, even my own writing triggers plagiarism in Grammarly. So, you never know what plagiarism score you’ll have with Jasper.
Checking for plagiarism is crucial since Google may penalize your website if you use plagiarized content.
But if you don’t want to upgrade to Grammarly Premium, Jasper AI also includes a plagiarism checker powered by Copyscape, the leading plagiarism detector used by many. To access it, click the plagiarism checker icon on the top-right of the screen.
However, to be able to use this feature, you need to add credits in increments of $10, $20, or $100. Credits are subtracted from each document examined at a rate of $0.03 for the first 200 words and $0.01 for each additional 100 words.
Therefore, subscribing to Grammarly Premium is, by far, a better option, as you’ll have access to a top-notch plagiarism checker and advanced grammar tools.
We’ll now ensure your blog post is SEO-optimized, giving you a better chance of showing up higher in Google’s search results, which might lead to more traffic and money.
If you want to discover how to use Jasper AI to write blog posts that rank on Google, I suggest you follow these two steps:
- Optimize your blog post with the Surfer SEO integration.
- Use the free Rank Math WordPress plugin for further optimization.
How To SEO-Optimize Your Jasper Blog Post With Surfer SEO
NLP terms are keywords semantically relevant to your content. It refers to the keywords Google expects to find on your content that are associated with your primary keyword.
Fortunately, Jasper AI includes a Surfer SEO add-on.
To be able to take advantage of the partnership between Jasper AI and Surfer SEO, you need to have the Boss Mode plan active.
Surfer SEO is not free, but you can get a 30-day trial for only $1 when you subscribe to the Jasper AI Boss Mode plan.
To activate the Surfer SEO add-on inside Jasper’s long-form editor, follow these steps:
- Go to your Jasper account settings.
- Under Workspace, head to Surfer SEO in the Customizations Panel and toggle it “On.”
- Click on “Get the exclusive one dollar 30-day trial” for your 30-day $1 trial.
- Once turned on, you’ll see a new icon on your Documents editor.
When your Surfer SEO account is ready, you can select the target keyword for your blog post and insert it in Surfer’s content editor’s keyword box. Then click on Create Content Editor and wait a few seconds to Surfer generate the content editor.
For this example, let’s suppose my target keyword is “how to write blog posts with AI that rank on Google.”
After clicking on the generated content editor under the list, you’ll have something like this.
All the red NLP terms you see are keywords you should consider including in your text to optimize it to have better chances of ranking on Google.
Surfer SEO gets these keywords by analyzing the top-performing articles for the target keyword you entered. By increasing your Surfer SEO score to the green portion of the scale, you’ll have higher chances of ranking in search engines.
Make sure you check my SEO copywriting tips to help you achieve higher rankings.
How To SEO-Optimize Your Jasper Blog Post With Rank Math
I recommend the Rank Math WordPress plugin for this. It has excellent free features, and Rank Math Premium unlocks much more advanced tools to give you a competitive advantage.
Once you’ve installed and activated Rank Math on your website, you’ll notice an indicator in the upper-right corner of your WordPress Gutenberg editor that tells you how well your article is optimized for the target keyword of your choice.
The indicator’s colors range from red to orange to green, with green being the best. However, don’t be too concerned about getting every blog post green. I have non-green blog posts ranking on Google’s first page.
Rank Math recommendations are just that: recommendations. They provide no guarantees that your blog post will rank highly on Google. Your blog posts should be created with human readers in mind, not search engine robots.
Rank Math will, without a doubt, provide you with some valuable recommendations that you can use in order to improve the position of your Jasper AI blog post in Google’s search results.
Now that your blog post is ready and SEO-optimized, you need to import it to WordPress.
You can select the entire text and copy-paste right inside the Gutenberg editor (the WordPress editor).
You can also copy the text to a Google Document as an alternative, insert images if you want, and export it as a DOCX file. You can import this file directly to your WordPress blog post editor using the Mammoth Docx converter plugin. If you have any images, they will also be imported.
Note: If there are images in the DOCX file, make sure their Alt Text Description is filled out inside the Google Document since it will immediately convert to the file name inside WordPress. If you forget to add this data, your image will be named word-image.jpeg.
You’re ready to publish your article once you’ve copied your Jasper blog post over to WordPress and optimized it for SEO using Surfer SEO and Rank Math. In your Gutenberg editor, click the blue Publish button in the top-right corner.
Done! You’ve created and published your blog post with the help of Jasper AI!
Depending on the target keyword’s difficulty and competitiveness, your blog post can rank in a couple of days or weeks. Some of my articles ranked on Google’s first page in two days simply because I was targeting a long-tail keyword with almost no competition and optimized it heavily with Surfer SEO.
Ultimately, it all depends on your keyword research and how well the article is SEO-optimized.
Once more, there is no assurance that you will appear on Google’s first pages. However, your chances of appearing on the first page of Google are substantially higher if you followed all the instructions in this guide to create high-quality content using Jasper’s assistance and ensured it was well SEO-optimized with Surfer SEO and Rank Math.
Using a Blog Post Recipe
You can make use of Jasper Recipes to hasten the process of writing your blog post with Jasper. You can follow my guide on writing blog posts with Jasper Recipes.
To leverage Jasper Recipes, you first need to open the recipe, save it to your account, and hit Run. By following this guide on how to write a blog post with Jasper AI, you’ll get to the finish line sooner than you think.
In this section, I’m going to write about pro tips you should be aware of when writing blog posts with Jasper AI. These include:
- Keyboard shortcuts.
- Jasper Commands.
- Transition words.
All the following keyboard shortcuts are for Mac users. If you’re on a Windows PC, replace the Cmd with Ctrl and Option with Alt.
- Run a Jasper Command (Cmd + Enter) – Put the cursor at the end of a command after writing it. The generated text will override the command.
- Run a Jasper Command and keep the command in place (Cmd + Shift + Enter) – When this keyboard shortcut is used with the cursor at the end of the command line, the command is not overridden by the generated text.
- Write next sentence (Cmd + J) – This will tell Jasper to compose new text where your cursor is.
- Re-run the last generation (Cmd + /) – This will re-run the last text Jasper created to try for better content. It will erase your last output.
- Toggle headers 1-4 (Cmd + Option + 1-4) – This will toggle the four headings (from 1 to 4) for the selected text.
- Bold (Cmd + B) – Make the selected text bold.
- Italic (Cmd + I) – Make the selected text italic.
- Underline (Cmd + U) – Underlines the selected text.
- Hyperlink (Cmd + K) – Creates a hyperlink on the selected text.
- Numbered list (Cmd + Option + 7) – Creates a numbered list.
- Bulleted list (Cmd + Option + 8) – Creates a bulleted list.
- Image (Cmd + Shift + I) – This will insert an image in the Documents editor.
- Reset formats (Cmd + Shift + \) – This resets all formats and styles.
- Undo (Cmd + Z) – This will undo your last change, whatever it may be.
- *** (three asterisks) – To prevent Jasper from looking back, insert three asterisks in a row where you want to write new content in the Jasper blog post editor. This helps avoid duplicate content and also resets patterns.
Before using Jasper Commands in the Documents editor, you must enable Boss Mode on your account.
By using Jasper Commands, you can take control of Jasper and tell him what to write. Jasper will then write whatever you want him to. You can even ask him to tell a joke!
Every day, Jasper grows better at comprehending the things you wish to make as it continues to absorb new Jasper Commands and expand its command set.
Here is a list of Jasper Commands that are great for how to generate blog posts with Jasper:
- Write a blog post introduction about [topic].
- Write a blog post conclusion paragraph about the above content.
- Answer the question above.
- Write a FAQs section for this blog post.
- Summarize the last paragraph.
- Create a bulleted list from the previous paragraph.
- Write a few blog post titles about [topic].
- Write an outline for a blog titled [topic].
In the end, there are no limitations on what you can instruct Jasper to perform. You ask, and he will do it.
As I mentioned above, you can even ask him to tell a joke.
Don’t forget that to run a Jasper Command, you first need to write it in the Documents editor, place the cursor at the end of the line, and finally hit the shortcut Cmd + Enter (Mac) or Ctrl + Enter (Windows).
Jasper is an AI writing tool that needs guidance.
If you only hit the Compose button and do not guide Jasper, the generated content might get a bit off the track.
Because of this, it’s best to guide him with transition words. This will help Jasper keep on track and create more engaging content for your blog post.
Here are some examples of transition words you can use when writing blog posts with Jasper AI:
- In fact,
- As a matter of fact,
- On the other hand,
- As an example,
- In conclusion,
When creating blog articles using Jasper, using transition words can significantly assist your blog post flow much better and will keep Jasper on track, preventing it from veering off course and producing a bunch of rubbish and jibberish instead of providing useful content.
You are free to be even more explicit with your transitions if there is a topic in particular that you would like Jasper to discuss.
Jasper is one of the best AI writing assistants for long-form articles that can help you write better blog posts in a fraction of the time.
If you follow the steps outlined in this article about how to write blog posts with Jasper AI, you will create more content faster than ever and improve your chances of ranking on Google.
To get started with Jasper AI, you can claim your free 10,000-word trial and begin writing your blog post with Jasper’s assistance.
How’s your experience with Jasper AI so far? Would you like to add anything to this article? Let me know in the comments.