How to write the perfect command

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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 prompt Jasper to do anything, but here’s our best tips for writing a command that will always work: Commands are made up of 3 essential parts.
  1. An Action - an action verb to activate Jasper’s response
  2. A Structure - a defined structure for Jasper to imitate
  3. A Direction  - any additional information that will help get quality outputs


  • 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.

Command Types

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!

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!

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