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Are you wondering how to write blog posts with Jarvis AI for WordPress that rank on Google? Then you’re in the right place!
Jarvis AI has been taking the copywriting world by storm recently and for good reason.
Jarvis AI (formerly Conversion.ai) has been exploding in popularity amongst entrepreneurs, marketers, and business owners by allowing them to increase their content creation by over 2x in a fraction of the time by unlocking the AI-generating power of GPT-3 technology.
Jarvis is even making its way through many thriving communities on Facebook such as ClickFunnels as a tool to use to generate high-converting copy for their sales funnels.
If you want to learn all about Jarvis AI and who it’s a good fit for, make sure to check out my full Jarvis AI review.
Even though Jarvis is skyrocketing in popularity, many people still aren’t sure exactly how to use Jarvis to create long-form content such as blog posts.
That’s where this Jarvis blog post tutorial comes in! In this article, I’m going to teach you exactly how to write blog posts with Jarvis, transfer them to WordPress, and then make sure they’re optimized for SEO so they rank on Google.
Let’s get right into it!
Purchase Jarvis Pro Unlimited or Boss Mode Plan
First and foremost, you’ll need access to the blog post assistant template in order to create blog posts with Jarvis.
Unfortunately, the long-form editor used for writing blog posts with Jarvis is not included in the Starter plan.
If you’re wondering the difference between the Jarvis Pro Unlimited Plan and Boss Mode, here’s a quick rundown:
Jarvis Pro Unlimited Plan:
- Access to the Blog Post Assistant template
- Unlimited words generated each month
- 600 character lookback – Jarvis can read the previous 600 characters of text to determine what to write next
- No access to Jarvis Commands
- Costs $109/month
Jarvis Boss Mode Plan:
- Access to the Blog Post Assistant template
- Unlimited words generated each month
- Write AI content 2x faster than with the Pro Unlimited plan
- 2000-3000 character lookback – Jarvis can read the previous 2000-3000 characters of text to determine what to write next whereas you only get 600 characters in the Pro Unlimited plan.
- Run Jarvis Commands – Tell Jarvis what to write with a command and then watch him magically create your content. For example, “write an intro paragraph about how to write blog posts with Jarvis AI.”
- Unlocked Compose Button – With the Pro Unlimited plan, you have to write several words yourself each time you compose new content with Jarvis. With Boss Mode, the Compose Button is unlocked which means you can run it over and over again with no human input.
- Costs $119/month
Once you have signed up for the Jarvis Pro Unlimited or the Boss Mode plan, you will have officially unlocked access to a tool that will completely change the way you write blog posts forever!
Ready to learn how to write blog posts that rank high using Jarvis AI? Let’s do this.
Setup – Create a new blog post workflow
Once you have unlocked access to the Jarvis Blog Post Assistant template, choose that template.
After you have chosen the blog post assistant template, you’ll be given two options:
- Start from scratch
- Blog post workflow
For this Jarvis blog post tutorial, we are going to choose “Blog post workflow” so we can get our blog post template all set up.
1. Describe the content you want to create
After you have chosen “Blog post workflow,” you’ll get brought to a page where you can set up your Jarvis blog post template step-by-step.
The first step here is to describe the blog post content that you want to create.
This step is very important because the quality of the content that you tell Jarvis to write will help determine the quality of the output that Jarvis writes for your blog post.
Keep in mind that Jarvis is your virtual blog post writing assistant. He isn’t going to write your entire blog post for you, word-for-word, without needing any human editing.
You need to guide Jarvis so he can help you write better blog posts that are going to rank on Google.
The more you treat Jarvis as a tool who you expect to write everything for you, the more you’re going to be disappointed.
The more you treat Jarvis as a copywriting assistant who is working alongside you to produce epic blog posts much faster than you usually would, the happier you’ll be.
With that in mind, let’s tell Jarvis the type of content we want to create for our blog post.
For example, say we want to write a blog post about “how to make money online with artificial intelligence.”
In the box for “describe the content you want to create,” I would tell Jarvis the following:
“Write a blog post about how to make money online with artificial intelligence. The blog post should give tips to entrepreneurs and marketers on how they can generate revenue online using the power of AI (Artificial Intelligence).”
You get 600 characters to work with here, so make them count.
Enter blog post keywords (optional)
After you have told Jarvis what type of content you want to create for your blog post, you have the option to enter blog post keywords.
This step is completely optional, so you don’t have to enter keywords if you don’t want to. However, if you want Jarvis to use specific keywords more often in your blog post (generally for SEO reasons), then you can enter up to 3 keywords here.
2. Generate Blog Post Title
The next step is to have Jarvis generate a blog post title for you. You can always manually enter your own blog post title if you would like as well.
After you have told Jarvis the content you want to create and added your optional blog post keywords, you can now generate blog post titles.
Sure, you can create your own title, but ain’t nobody got time for that. Just let Jarvis do it! 😉
Click the “Generate ideas” button and Jarvis will create several blog post titles for you to choose from in no time at all.
If you don’t like any of the blog post titles Jarvis creates, just click the “Generate more ideas” button and Jarvis will continue creating blog post titles.
After you have a blog post title that you like, hover over the title and click the button that says “Use this one.”
3. Generate Blog Post Intro Paragraph
Okay, so now you’ve told Jarvis what type of blog post content you want him to write and also had Jarvis generate a blog post title for you or entered your own.
Now, it’s time to have Jarvis write an intro blog post paragraph for you!
Once again, you could write your own blog post intro paragraph, but you have unlimited words… why not have Jarvis do it for you?
Besides, Jarvis writes epic blog post intro paragraphs. I write blog posts for a living and Jarvis usually creates better intro paragraphs than I can. That’s saying something!
Click on the blue “Generate ideas” button and within seconds Jarvis will create three blog post intro paragraphs for you.
Even if you don’t like any of them, you can keep clicking the “Generate more ideas” button and Jarvis will continue creating three blog post intro paragraphs at a time until you have one you like.
Isn’t having unlimited words amazing?!
After you have a blog post intro paragraph that you like, hover over that paragraph and click the button that says “Use this one.”
4. Open Blog Post Editor
Congrats! You now have your entire Jarvis blog post template all set up. You’ll see the final box light up that says “Setup is complete.”
Don’t worry if the values you entered for your blog post template are wrong or need to be changed. You can always change those values any time that you’re writing your blog post with Jarvis.
All you have to do is click the green “Open editor” button to open the blog post editor and begin writing with Jarvis.
5. Generate Blog Post Outline
At this point, Jarvis has created a blog post title and a blog post intro paragraph for you.
Now that you have the blog post assistant editor open, the next thing you’ll want to do is create an outline for your blog post.
If you already know what you want your blog post outline to be, great! You can write the general outline of your blog post directly in the editor.
However, if you’re wondering, “Can Jarvis create a blog post outline for me?” The answer is of course he can!
How to create a blog post outline with Jarvis Boss Mode:
If you purchased Jarvis Boss Mode, then creating a blog post outline is extremely easy.
Simply write the title of your blog post in your editor and tell Jarvis to create a blog outline for it.
So, for example, say the title of your blog post is “7 Easy Ways to Grow Your Online Business.” You would type your title in your editor and then in the line below it, you would type a Jarvis Command such as “Write a blog post outline for the title above.”
Your Jarvis blog post editor would look like this:
7 Easy Ways to Grow Your Online Business Write a blog post outline for the title above.
After that, make sure your cursor is at the end of the command and then run the command with the shortcut
Cmd + Enter on Mac or
Ctrl + Enter on Windows.
Once you run the Jarvis Command, watch as Jarvis reads your command and creates a blog outline for your title within seconds.
Here’s what Jarvis created for me:
How easy is that?! All you had to do was tell Jarvis what to write and he created a blog post outline directly in the long-form editor within seconds.
How to create a blog post outline with Jarvis Pro Unlimited:
If you don’t have Boss Mode activated and are on the Pro Unlimited plan, you can still easily create a blog post outline by following the steps below:
- Activate Jarvis Power Mode
- Choose the “Blog Post Outline” template
- Enter your blog post title/topic
- Enter the “Tone of Voice” you want to use
- Generate AI content
In 5 simple steps, Jarvis will have created several new blog post outlines for you to choose from. Copy the outline that you wish to use and paste it over in your blog post editor.
Then, feel free to use the built-in styling in the editor to turn your headings into H2 elements.
At the moment, your Jarvis blog post should look something like this:
How to Write Epic Blog Posts With Jarvis AI for WordPress [Blog post intro paragraph created by Jarvis] Blog Post Heading 1 Blog Post Heading 2 Blog Post Heading 3 Blog Post Heading 4 Blog Post Heading 5
6. Generate Blog Post Conclusion Paragraph
By this point, you should have your blog post title, your blog post intro paragraph, and your blog post outline all written out.
The next thing we’re going to do before we write all of our blog post content is to create a blog post conclusion paragraph.
As luck would have it, Jarvis can write your blog post conclusion paragraph for you as well!
Why create the conclusion paragraph before we write all of our content?
Because Jarvis can only read the previous 600 characters when using the Pro plan and 2,000-3,000 characters when using Boss Mode. Therefore, since we have our blog post title, intro paragraph, and blog post outline written, Jarvis can read all of that and will be able to generate a better conclusion paragraph for you.
If we had our entire blog post written already, Jarvis would only be able to read the last 600-2000 characters of your entire blog post and therefore wouldn’t have the best information to write a conclusion paragraph that sums up your blog post well.
Write a conclusion about the above content.
Type out the Jarvis Command after your blog post outline and then run the command with
Cmd + Enter on Mac or
Ctrl + Enter on Windows.
Jarvis will produce a conclusion paragraph in no time and you’ll be all set!
If you are on the Pro plan, then you can create a blog post conclusion paragraph by doing the following steps:
- Activate Jarvis Power Mode
- Choose the “Blog Post Conclusion Paragraph” template
- Enter the main points or outline of your blog post
- Enter the “Call to action”
- Enter the “Tone of voice” you want to use
- Generate AI content
Another idea that should work to have Jarvis create a blog post conclusion paragraph for you is to use the proper transition words.
For example, say you have your blog post title, your intro paragraph, and your blog outline. After all that, you could type the transition words “In conclusion,” and then hit the Jarvis compose button and Jarvis should wrap up your blog post with a conclusion paragraph.
Check out the Jarvis transition words section if you need more info.
Your blog post in the Jarvis editor should now look like this:
How to Write Epic Blog Posts With Jarvis AI for WordPress [Blog post intro paragraph created by Jarvis] Blog Post Heading 1 Blog Post Heading 2 Blog Post Heading 3 Blog Post Heading 4 Blog Post Heading 5 [Blog post conclusion paragraph created by Jarvis]
7. Generate Blog Post Content
By this point, Jarvis will have helped you create the entire structure for your blog post. You have a blog post title, an intro paragraph, your blog post outline with the appropriate headings, and even a blog post conclusion paragraph.
The very last thing we need to do before moving your Jarvis blog post over to WordPress is to actually create the blog post content.
This part can be rather tricky for Jarvis beginners, but hopefully, I can make this step a lot easier for you by following some simple Jarvis tips and tricks.
If you remember what I said in step 1 of this Jarvis blog post tutorial, you should be treating Jarvis as your blog post assistant who is someone writing alongside you to help you produce blog posts much faster than you normally would.
If you get to this step and expect Jarvis to write 100% of your 3000-word blog post word for word without needing any human editing, you’re going to be disappointed.
There is so much potential to make your blog post even more amazing by adding a human element – humor, personalization, and wit.
With that in mind, let’s go over how to write blog post content with Jarvis AI.
On the left-hand side of the long-form editor, you’ll see the blog post template that you created earlier which includes:
- Content description/brief
While you’re writing your blog post with Jarvis, you can change any of these pieces any time you’d like.
For example, say you’re writing content for the first section of your blog post and you need to provide Jarvis with some more context to help him write specifically about a certain topic. You can change your blog post content section to keep Jarvis on track.
Also, do you see the toggles for each of the blog post template sections? You can switch these toggles on or off. If the toggle is switched off, Jarvis will no longer “read” that content when he’s producing AI content. If the toggle is switched on, Jarvis will have that information loaded up and it will help shape the content he writes.
How to Write Blog Post Content With Jarvis Boss Mode:
Since Boss Mode unlocks the ability to use Jarvis Commands, you can now take your current blog post structure and add the highlighted lines.
How to Write Epic Blog Posts With Jarvis AI for WordPress [Blog post intro paragraph created by Jarvis] 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 created by Jarvis]
Here’s where you’re going to learn a Jarvis shortcode.
Using three asterisks in a row (***) tells Jarvis to not read any other content before the three asterisks.
PRO TIP: If you’re running into issues where Jarvis is duplicating content or repeating himself, try adding three asterisks before a heading and focusing solely on that heading and that section.
You don’t have to use the three asterisks if you don’t want, and I’d even suggest playing around with using them and not using them.
I generally have seen better results when I add the three asterisks before headings because Jarvis can only focus on talking about that heading without repeating anything.
Jarvis already knows your blog post title and what your blog post content should be about using the sidebar template information from before. Therefore, Jarvis still has plenty of context to know what to write about.
You can also make the highlighted Jarvis Commands whatever you would like. If you don’t want Jarvis to write an intro paragraph for your headings, you could tell him to make a bulleted list or guide him in whatever way you would like.
Check out the Jarvis Commands section for some more ideas on example Jarvis Commands to run to create better blog posts.
Run the Jarvis Commands that you wrote after each of your blog post headings and begin producing content!
How to Write Blog Post Content with Jarvis Pro Unlimited:
If you’re on the Jarvis Pro plan, you won’t be able to use Jarvis Commands to tell Jarvis what to write, but you’ll still easily be able to create excellent blog post content with the unlimited words that you have available to you.
I would still use the three asterisks Jarvis shortcode before each heading in your blog post even if you’re on the Pro plan.
Then, under the headings, simply hit the Jarvis Compose button (
Cmd + J on Mac or
Ctrl + J on Windows) and Jarvis will begin composing blog post content about the above heading.
On the Jarvis Pro plan, you will have to make a few human edits each time after you hit the “Compose” button.
Therefore, let Jarvis write some output, and then make some human edits or write the start of the next sentence to then lead Jarvis into what you want him to write next.
PRO TIP: Using transition words and sentences is the key to getting Jarvis to write what you want. Check out the Jarvis transition words section for more info.
Once you have enough content written for your first blog post heading, use the same steps to create content for the rest of your blog post headings.
Lastly, once you have enough blog post content written for each heading, you’ll want to add some finishing touches to your blog post to make it perfect:
- Remove any Jarvis shortcodes (for example, the three asterisks shortcode).
- Fact check any information that Jarvis created that you aren’t sure about and correct anything that is wrong.
- Add your own spin on the blog post content by adding human element – humor, wit, and personalization.
The very last thing we’re going to do before moving our Jarvis blog post to WordPress is to check our grammar.
8. Check Your Grammar
Woohoo! You have completed writing your entire blog post in the Jarvis editor.
Before we move on, we want to make sure that there aren’t obvious grammar mistakes.
In order to do this, I highly recommend using Grammarly.
You can very easily add the free Grammarly extension to your Chrome browser by using the link above.
The free version of Grammarly is excellent and helps point out obvious spelling or grammar mistakes that you (or Jarvis) may have made while writing your blog post.
Once the extension is added to your browser, make sure that Grammarly is set to run within the Jarvis AI application.
Click on the Grammarly extension in the extension bar and make sure the toggle is “ON” that says “Check for writing suggestions on app.jarvis.ai“.
If you want to improve your blog post content even further, then Grammarly Premium is the way to go.
Grammarly Premium offers over 400 various checks, finds grammatical errors, enhances your vocabulary usage, provides citation suggestions, and the cherry on top for Jarvis users… it detects plagiarism.
Even though Jarvis writes 99.99% original content, it always helps to have a plagiarism checker verify that your Jarvis blog post is original.
By upgrading to Grammarly Premium, you’ll have all the best writing suggestions along with a plagiarism checker directly in the Jarvis editor. How sweet is that?!
Read through your blog post and correct any Grammarly suggestions (if applicable) and then you’re done.
Congratulations! Your Jarvis blog post is officially complete and it’s time to move it to WordPress.
9. Move to WordPress
Whoa! You just finished writing an entire blog post using the AI power of Jarvis. How does it feel?!
You now have your entire blog post written in the Jarvis blog post editor and it’s time to move your blog post to WordPress.
Create a new blog post in WordPress and give it the same title as your Jarvis blog post.
Then, you can simply copy the entire blog post content from the Jarvis editor and paste it into the Gutenberg editor which is the built-in WordPress editor.
10. Add Images
Now that you have all of your blog post content from Jarvis pasted into WordPress, it’s time to add some images which will majorly help with SEO to get your blog post ranking high on Google.
There isn’t a “magical” number of images that you should add to your blog post, but I always like to add images where it feels appropriate.
Don’t just stuff a bunch of images in your blog post for no reason.
I always like to start blog posts with a featured image (as you can see near the top of this post) and I would recommend you do the same.
Then, insert images throughout your blog post where it makes sense.
Here are a few tips for using images in WordPress which will help your page load fast and also help with your SEO:
- Change the file name of the image to describe what the image is about. For example, rather than “IMG_2055.jpg,” a better name would be “jarvis-sitting-at-a-desk.jpg.”
- Before you upload the image to WordPress, make sure it’s the appropriate size. Figure out how large of an area your image will be in. For example, my blog post content is around 800px across. Therefore, you would resize your image to be 800px wide (or 1600px if you want your image to be retina-ready for screens like MacBooks). This will ensure your image is as small as possible without losing quality from being too small.
- When you add the image to WordPress, make sure to fill out the “Alt text” with something descriptive, similar to the filename. If someone asked you “What is this a picture of?”, then describe the image as best as possible while also including your keyword (if it naturally fits in there).
- Use an image optimization plugin such as ShortPixel to compress and convert your image into WebP format if you need to.
11. Analyze Blog Post With RankMath
The last thing we’re going to do is make sure your blog post is SEO-optimized so that you have a higher chance of ranking higher on Google which means more traffic and more revenue being generated!
For this, I would highly suggest the RankMath SEO WordPress plugin. It offers more free features than any other SEO plugin and RankMath Pro unlocks even more premium features to give you an even bigger edge over your competition.
Once you have RankMath installed and activated on your website, you will see an SEO score in the upper-right of your Gutenberg editor which tells you how well your post is optimized for the focus keyword of your choosing.
So, say your keyword is “make money online.” You would plug that into RankMath as your focus keyword and then you’ll see a checklist of items that will help make your blog post more SEO-optimized.
One thing to keep in mind is that the RankMath SEO suggestions are exactly that – suggestions. They do not guarantee that your blog post will rank high on Google.
You should be writing your blog posts for humans, not for machines.
I’ve had some blog posts that had a poor SEO score on RankMath but were ranking #1 on Google and I have some blog posts that rank a 95/100 on RankMath that don’t hit the front page of Google.
Needless to say, RankMath will certainly give you some excellent suggestions that should help boost your Jarvis blog post ranking on Google.
12. Publish Your Blog Post
You’re all done! With your Jarvis blog post copied over to WordPress and all SEO-optimized by using RankMath, you’re ready to publish your blog post.
Hit the blue “Publish” button in the upper-right corner of your Gutenberg editor. WordPress will run some pre-publish checks and then you can confirm that you want to publish your post.
Congratulations! You did it!
From my experience, it usually takes anywhere from 2-4 weeks after publishing a blog post to start seeing it rank on Google.
Once again, you are not guaranteed to rank on the first page of Google. However, if you followed all the steps in this post to create high-quality content with Jarvis and made sure it was SEO-optimized with RankMath, your chances of ranking on the first page of Google are much higher.
Jarvis Blog Post Tips and Tricks
Here’s a list of Jarvis tips and tricks to make writing your blog posts with Jarvis even faster!
- *** – Using three asterisks in a row within the Jarvis blog post editor tells Jarvis to not read any content before those three asterisks. This will help prevent Jarvis from generating duplicate content.
Jarvis Keyboard Shortcuts
- Command + Enter: Run a Jarvis Command. (Your cursor needs to be at the end of the command when you run it.)
- Command + Shift + Enter: Run Jarvis Command and keep the Jarvis Command visible on the page after running it.
- Command + K: See Jarvis Command history so you can re-run previous commands.
- Command + J: Compose. Jarvis will compose output based on the length you have chosen in the editor.
- Command + /: Re-run the last command. For example, say you compose some output and you don’t like it. You can use this command to have Jarvis delete the content and generate new content.
- Command + Z: Undo.
These Jarvis keyboard shortcuts are for Mac users. If you’re using Windows, replace ‘Command‘ with ‘Control.’
In order to use Jarvis Commands in the blog post assistant template, you will need to activate Boss Mode on your account.
Jarvis Commands allow you to become the boss of Jarvis and tell Jarvis what you would like him to write.
Jarvis is constantly learning new Jarvis Commands and gets better at understanding what you want to create each day.
Although there is a massive amount of Jarvis Commands that Jarvis would understand, here’s a list of Jarvis Commands that are excellent for how to create blog posts with Jarvis:
- Write some blog post titles about [topic].
- Write a content brief about [topic or title].
- Write a blog outline for a blog post titled [blog post title].
- Write some FAQs about [blog post topic].
- Answer the question “[How much protein should I eat per day?]”.
- Write a blog post intro for the above.
- Make a list of [topic]. (ex. Make a list of auto manufacturers)
- Write a conclusion paragraph about the above content.
These are taken from the Jarvis documentation available directly to you in the blog post editor.
In order to run a Jarvis Command, all you have to do is type out the command, make sure your cursor is at the end of the command, and then use the keyboard shortcut
Cmd + Enter to run it on a Mac or
Ctrl + Enter to run it on Windows.
Jarvis Transition Words
Using transition words are the key to getting Jarvis to generate the type of content that you want.
Imagine that you are the captain of the ship called the USS Jarvis. If you aren’t at the helm of the boat helping to steer it, chances are the ship is going to go off course which can happen when Jarvis generates a lot of content.
However, if you know how to guide Jarvis, the AI-generated output he produces can be much higher quality.
You can do this by using transition words to help steer Jarvis in the right direction.
Some Jarvis transition words would include the following:
- First of all…
- As a matter of fact…
- In other words…
- For example…
- In my experience…
- Some of the main benefits of [topic] are…
- Another example of [topic] is…
- In conclusion…
- To summarize my point…
Using transition words when writing blog posts with Jarvis is going to drastically help your blog post flow much better and keep Jarvis on track rather than getting off course and producing a bunch of garbage and jibberish.
If there’s something specific that you want Jarvis to talk about, you can be even more specific with your transitions.
For example, “Even though [benefit 1] is very important when considering [topic], [benefit 2] can also help greatly by…” and then hit the “Compose” button and watch as Jarvis produces excellent output related to the transition sentence you just used.
That’s a wrap, folks! I hope this article helped you learn how to write blog posts with Jarvis AI that are SEO-optimized and will rank high on Google.
Once you learn how to use Jarvis to write blog posts, you will be able to produce blog posts anywhere from 2-5x faster than you were before you started using Jarvis AI.
Imagine how quickly you’d be able to scale your business when you have an AI robot such as Jarvis as your blog post assistant!
Have you used Jarvis to create blog posts? Did this Jarvis blog post tutorial help your process? Let me know in the comments below!
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