Jasper Command Ideas
What is a Command?
A Jasper command is a basic instruction to prompt Jasper’s ability to respond and execute your instruction.
Commands are made up of 3 essential parts.
- An Action - an action verb to activate Jasper’s response
- A Structure - a defined structure for Jasper to imitate
- A Direction - any additional information that will help get quality outputs
That’s why you see great commands built like this:
Write (action) a blog post intro paragraph (a structure) about the benefits of organic vegetables over non-organic (a direction).
Here's some other ideas:
- Write a paragraph about why I should invest in vegetable gardening.
- Write a few sentences about how to start gardening.
- Write a list of the top garden vegetables for easy maintenance.
- Write a fake conversation between Tommy the Carrot and Bob the Tomato about why gardening is important.
But don’t stop there, with the 3 essential parts of a command. You can explore new ways to communicate with Jasper:
- Build a blog post outline about the difference between surface irrigation vs. drip irrigation.
- Answer the question of how much I should water a new plant?
- Connect the ideas that vegetable gardens are good for your mental health.
- Rephrase the content above in an empathetic tone.
- Summarize the content above in 3 bullet points.
- Persuade my audience to purchase my masterclass on gardening and include the CTA: sign up now!
Other Jasper Commands To Try
- Write four blog post titles based on [topic and keywords].
- Write a content brief about [topic, title, and keywords].
- Write an outline for my blog about [topic].
- Write a list of section headings about [topic].
- Make a list of [topic]. (ex. Make a list of auto manufacturers).
- Write an introduction for a blog post titled [title] using keywords [keywords].
- Write an introduction about [section heading].
- Write a paragraph of content about [topic].
- Rephrase the content above.
- Expand on and explain [specific topic/context] in more depth including the keywords [keywords].
Summarizing and conclusion
- Summarize what we will cover in this content based on [outline title 1], [outline title 2], [outline title 3], etc.
- Write a blog conclusion on [OUTLINE_ITEM_1], [OUTLINE_ITEM_2], [OUTLINE_ITEM_3].
- Write a summary of the content above in 3 sentences.
- Give me some questions about [topic].
- Create a list of questions and answers about [topic].
- Write some FAQs about [blog post topic].
- Answer the question "[How much protein should I eat per day?]".
- Write some ad headlines for the product description above.
- Write ad copy about the product description above.
- Write some crazy marketing ideas about [topic].
- Write some youtube titles about [topic].
- Write a video script outline for a video titled [video title].
- Write a video script intro for a video titled [video title].
- Write a video script hook for a video titled [video title].
- Write a video description for the above video script.
- Write a PAS for the content above. (Problem, Agitate, Solve)
- Write an AIDA for the content above. (Attention, Interest, Desire, Action)
- Write a BAB about the content above. (Before, After, Bridge)
- Write a Twitter thread about [topic].
- Write a punchy Instagram caption about [topic].
- Write an engaging Facebook post about my company described above.
Improving/ Re-Writing Content
- Rewrite the above to explain it to a 5th grader.
- Run Content Improver on the content above.
- Rephrase the paragraph above to make it more readable.
- Rewrite the above using sophisticated vocabulary.
- Write a mission statement for my company described above.
- Write a tagline for the company described above.
- Write an elevator pitch for the company described above.
- Write a meta description about [topic].
- Write a value prop for the company described above.
- Write some persuasive bullets for the content above.
- Write a feature benefit for a feature that does [feature description].
- Write a customer review of [product] in the first person.
- Write a paragraph describing [product name] using the bullet points above.
- Write a listicle outline for [topic].
- Write a how-to guide on [topic].
- List the advantages of [topic].
- List the disadvantages of [topic].
- Give me a list of common objections to [topic].
- Give me a list of synonyms/antonyms for the word [word].
- Define [topic].
- Explain [topic].
- Explore the topic of [XYC] and the effect it will have on [ABC].
- Connect the ideas of [topic 1] and [topic 2].
- Communicate the importance of [topic].