How to Write the Perfect Command
A Jasper command is a basic instruction to prompt Jasper’s ability to respond and execute your instruction.
Commands can be flexible and you can really ask Jasper anything but here’s our best tips for writing a command that will always work: 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 really 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).
- Write is the easiest action to use.
- Write a paragraph about why I should invest in vegetable gardening.
- Write a few sentences about how to get started with 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
abovein an empathetic tone.
- Summarize the content
abovein 3 bullet points.
- Persuade my audience to purchase
my masterclass on gardeningand include the CTA: sign up now!
Try writing a command for the job you want to execute!Writing a blog post? Use command with different structure prompts to finish the job. Writing an ad? Use a command to write that ad. Writing a LinkedIn Post? Use a command to “write a LinkedIn Post”.
With the right action, structure and direction you’ll be off to creating content in seconds. Let’s see what you got!