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I am Monika. I am a mother of a 2-year-old girl and work as a teacher at a college in the UK. I love reading

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Is there anybody who has used Jasper for their articles?

Looks like you are well covered here with some excellent advice, insight and guidance.

Please let us know if you still have any questions.

-Mike

I use Jasper, Anyword and ChatGPT but ONLY to get titles and subheadings. If you have any inkling of how to write, the return text from AI will give you enough ideas and information to write about.

Never copy and paste AI content as is lacks personality. Googles recent update last week will identify jargon content compared to content that is expressed like a real blogger would.

Thank you so much.

Anytime!

Sorry for the long response here, but it will give

I have used it for a little while to learn more about it and what AI is in the context of online marketing and blogging. I can sum up my impression of Jasper and AI in one sentence;

Jasper and AI used for content creation have great potential depending on how you use them.

I am not using it anymore as it is pricey compared to what it provides you. I can write good content in almost the same amount of time, with every task involved like research, fact-checking etc, as if I was using AI.

With Jasper, I have created keywords lists, article outlines, articles, social media posts, landing pages and headlines, and it has impressed me with how good the content was before I started to adjust it.

Jasper is good at what it does. It is a tool that has the potential to speed up your content productivity significantly..... but again it is highly dependent on how you use it, which also goes for the other AI tools out there.

And this is important;

AI tools are fully dependent on how good the prompts you put into them.

To put it in other words; Bad Input generates Bad Output.

And that is exactly what Google wants to address with its guidelines.

Using AI tools in a mindless way will not benefit anyone in any way.

With Jasper, (and with ChatGPT) you have to read through the generated output, adjust it to fit your style of writing, and check for correctness ( facts and logic) in the writing and the most important part;

You have to check and adjust the content output to answer Google´s E.E.A.T principles:

Experience, Expertise, Authoritativeness and Trustworthiness

Does the content provide real value to your audience?

The above are the same tasks you have to do when creating content by yourself or hiring a freelancer to do it.

With respect to Google´s guidelines related to autogenerated content, I do not agree with the advice to stay away from AI tools like some of the advice given on other WA threads written on the topic.

AI is here to stay, and we have to find a way to "live with it" just as Google has to find a way to "live with it".

A tool is not bad because it can be used for bad things. It is how we use it that matters.

If we use AI in accordance with Big G´s guidelines, good valuable content that answers what people are searching for solutions to, there is no way Google will penalize our content. That will be like shooting yourself in the foot.

Have a great day :-)

Roy

Oh, please don't apologise. I am really grateful for your detailed answer. Thank you so much, it was a big help.

Hi - artificially generated content is still currently against Google's guidelines.

Their latest algorithm update specifically stated they expected content to be "written by humans, for humans."

And with the surge in the use of ChatGPT, Google is upping its game in developing systems to detect AI material.

Thank you so much.

No, but I know about it.

They're fantastic for brainstorming and outlining.

However, for content, you'd want to write your still original in your own words.

You may check out Carson's comment

Thank you so much.

Most welcome :)

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Has anyone used jasper?

Has anyone used jasper?

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Authoring & Writing Content

Is there anybody who has used Jasper for their articles?

Looks like you are well covered here with some excellent advice, insight and guidance.

Please let us know if you still have any questions.

-Mike

I use Jasper, Anyword and ChatGPT but ONLY to get titles and subheadings. If you have any inkling of how to write, the return text from AI will give you enough ideas and information to write about.

Never copy and paste AI content as is lacks personality. Googles recent update last week will identify jargon content compared to content that is expressed like a real blogger would.

Thank you so much.

Anytime!

Sorry for the long response here, but it will give

I have used it for a little while to learn more about it and what AI is in the context of online marketing and blogging. I can sum up my impression of Jasper and AI in one sentence;

Jasper and AI used for content creation have great potential depending on how you use them.

I am not using it anymore as it is pricey compared to what it provides you. I can write good content in almost the same amount of time, with every task involved like research, fact-checking etc, as if I was using AI.

With Jasper, I have created keywords lists, article outlines, articles, social media posts, landing pages and headlines, and it has impressed me with how good the content was before I started to adjust it.

Jasper is good at what it does. It is a tool that has the potential to speed up your content productivity significantly..... but again it is highly dependent on how you use it, which also goes for the other AI tools out there.

And this is important;

AI tools are fully dependent on how good the prompts you put into them.

To put it in other words; Bad Input generates Bad Output.

And that is exactly what Google wants to address with its guidelines.

Using AI tools in a mindless way will not benefit anyone in any way.

With Jasper, (and with ChatGPT) you have to read through the generated output, adjust it to fit your style of writing, and check for correctness ( facts and logic) in the writing and the most important part;

You have to check and adjust the content output to answer Google´s E.E.A.T principles:

Experience, Expertise, Authoritativeness and Trustworthiness

Does the content provide real value to your audience?

The above are the same tasks you have to do when creating content by yourself or hiring a freelancer to do it.

With respect to Google´s guidelines related to autogenerated content, I do not agree with the advice to stay away from AI tools like some of the advice given on other WA threads written on the topic.

AI is here to stay, and we have to find a way to "live with it" just as Google has to find a way to "live with it".

A tool is not bad because it can be used for bad things. It is how we use it that matters.

If we use AI in accordance with Big G´s guidelines, good valuable content that answers what people are searching for solutions to, there is no way Google will penalize our content. That will be like shooting yourself in the foot.

Have a great day :-)

Roy

Oh, please don't apologise. I am really grateful for your detailed answer. Thank you so much, it was a big help.

Hi - artificially generated content is still currently against Google's guidelines.

Their latest algorithm update specifically stated they expected content to be "written by humans, for humans."

And with the surge in the use of ChatGPT, Google is upping its game in developing systems to detect AI material.

Thank you so much.

No, but I know about it.

They're fantastic for brainstorming and outlining.

However, for content, you'd want to write your still original in your own words.

You may check out Carson's comment

Thank you so much.

Most welcome :)

See more comments

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Do I have to create another Amazon account with an email belonging to my website to join Amazon affiliate program? Is it a better decision than using my personal account?

Looks like you are well covered here with some excellent insight and guidance.

Please let us know if you still have any questions.

-Mike

Hi - once approved, you will get your affiliate links through your personal Amazon account, so I would use the one associated with that.

Thank you.

I would go with a professional email

If you own a premium domain, you can.

Websites top menu > Site manager > Site Email
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/websites/email

Thank you

Hi Monika,

I suggest you use email address belonging to your website i.e. your domain name. It looks more professional.

Thank you.

No. I use the same email address for both. buying and my affiliate account.

Thank you.

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Email to amazon affiliate program?

Email to amazon affiliate program?

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Keyword, Niche and Market Research

Do I have to create another Amazon account with an email belonging to my website to join Amazon affiliate program? Is it a better decision than using my personal account?

Looks like you are well covered here with some excellent insight and guidance.

Please let us know if you still have any questions.

-Mike

Hi - once approved, you will get your affiliate links through your personal Amazon account, so I would use the one associated with that.

Thank you.

I would go with a professional email

If you own a premium domain, you can.

Websites top menu > Site manager > Site Email
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/websites/email

Thank you

Hi Monika,

I suggest you use email address belonging to your website i.e. your domain name. It looks more professional.

Thank you.

No. I use the same email address for both. buying and my affiliate account.

Thank you.

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