Is Jasper ai good?
AI will not shut up, and I’m afraid of instantly turning 150 years old by not learning how to use it.
So I’m learning to use AI. Like the rest of the world. I’m using Jasper ai. What are you using?
Also, I’m still doing hashtag research. Not all the time. But sometimes! If you’re a new account growing from 0 – 1000 followers, this is for you! How can we use the world’s fastest trend to slow down a little —technologically speaking.
I’d like to take a moment to reflect on that time the McDonald’s Employee kindly greeted me at the front door and assisted me while he taught me how to use the robot that will replace him. Also, there are affiliate links. Click around when it feels right. Ignore when it doesn’t seem like the door for you. I’ll get a remarkably small percentage of some of those sales. Sometimes. Often it’s a trade for product.
Where is this world headed to?
This damn bloggity blog is not going to be about robots, I swear. But this one particular episode is.
Boy, we’re about to find out!
Jasper sponsored Social Media Marketing World this year and I got about 35 chances to talk to the humans behind (and in front of) Jasper, my first official full-time robot.
My creative assistant, as they say.
and I’m assuming that means mostly books and news up until 2019, I believe they say. That makes Jasper Ai better than me at reading stuff on the internet.
I once had a friend who bragged that he read “the entire internet”, which I thought was excessive. Also, he’s dead. Isn’t it weird? That people just … die?
If you want Jasper to talk about the dark ages, you’re going to have to inform them that there was a great pandemic in recent history. He doesn’t know about stuff after 2019 unless you teach it to him. Jasper ai is good at learning.
When I need something corraled from the internet. Newsy bits of information, facts, and events … I ask my robot. Jasper Ai is good at dates, events, official information, etc. Information you could easily get yourself but you’d rather ask someone else. You know how to the the information, but you could be more useful doing something else.
Entrepreneurship is hard af. We can use all the help we can get. We have to put out content. And do marketing. And BE A WHOLE-ASS brand. Or die in the kelp like the snails sea otters eat.
Do sea otters eat snails? Are there snails that live underwater? I do not know. I’m going to consult Ologies Sea Otter episode. I think I’m lying. Anywho …
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There are too many hashtags to count and to come across. Any help searching for good-ish ones sounds great to me. Not to mention … I’m getting photo captions I may never use.
Honestly, if you’re over hashtag research, you can probably get by without it, depending on your business model. There are other ways. You don’t have to take every path.
But I like hashtag research because it helps me pick my audience. And that helps me get from 0 to 1000 followers on Instagram. Choosing your audience with a bit of wisdom is helpful because we’re going to interact with these people.
So let’s pick nice ones.
Or at least people with nice Instagram personas.
To begin with, I’m just practicing with ai to help me write photo captions. I’m learning about it, but not planning on using these captions but still staying within my brand’s motif and visual expression.
I asked Jasper to Write a caption for a photo. Here’s my answer to “What was your post about?”
“Walking in the woods to clear my mind and how that’s always been a thing for me, thanks to growing up with friends that loved the woods. We dressed in camo and ran wild with the dogs. Okay, not quite so wild. There were trails.”
Really cluttered and confusing. Jasper spit out 3 options each time and I asked them 3 times so I have 9 to look through.
His style off the boat is to just add one hashtag. I like that, Jasper.
Here are the #hashtags that Jasper finished off with:
2.4 Million is a little much. I don’t really see myself getting seen on there, so I’ll check the related list for something a bit less that I might show up for someday if I were to use it.
Since my account is new, I don’t want to play with the big dogs. Let me into that little dog section of the park, lmao.
After we ask Jasper for a few photo prompts, we use Regular Intelligence to determine. Jasper ai is good at photo caption. They even include one or two hashtags sometimes. Jasper might find a hashtag you might not think of yourself.
Go to the Top Posts /or/ recent.
If there are a million posts on the hashtag, I’ll look at recent posts.
If there are only 1000s or so, I’ll look at the top posts.
because LIKE is part of the know, like, trust factor. Which we’ll be needing later.
Look for a post *that you like* that also has a lot of likes. (100 or 500 or 1000 or whatever.)
IG brings up all the likes.
Once you have the list of likers—
scroll til you find someone with a story.
They will have a colorful circle around their profile.
Check their profile and if you like them, follow them!
I only follow a person IF i LIKE them. I mean when I’m in my business IG. MY personal IG is for like … people I know from real life.
Does my Instagram have a story up? Not right now.
But if I were actively participating in Instagram, it would. It helps with the Know, like, trust factor.
This month, I’m focusing on blogs, so I’m not hyper-focused on Instagram.
Even though at Social Media Marketing World— they were all pretty much like “video video video”.
Followed this gut health girl.
Now I’m going to go to who she is following and follow another Instagrammer with a story that I like. Mostly I do profiles with faces that look like someday they might want to try something new or chat with me about trying something new.
I’m just jumping into the pot. Whatever that means.
Gut health? I’m into that. The story, half-assed bio, 2000 followers. Looks good. Following.
I don’t want celebrities. Just regular people with regular intelligence. I’m using AI for the assistance, but doing the work and the judging myself. After I pick out people I want to follow, I might let Facebook find me a look-alike audience later, but first I will give it lots of input.
The algorithm is largely based on WHAT YOU DO, so act as if you’re manifesting what you want, not just accepting any old thing that comes your way.
and I quote:
/ / end quote. —>> Thanks Jasper 🙂
We took a chance on Jasper ai. Isn’t it sort of like getting a dog? You have to train it to behave as you wish. Children would all turn out to be #wildandfree if we didn’t give them a handful of manners and a million little facts.
Ai is here. It’s coming now and it’s going to be in all of our homes very soon.
I resisted Rumba long enough. I don’tyell much at Alexa. Occasionally I ask Siri to look something up for me.
I’ve been reluctant, I’ll admit. But I’m curious enough to find out myself if Jasper ai is good.
I think I have an affiliate link around here somewhere. It’s like $1000/ year I think. No, less. I dunno. Maybe. It’s less than a contractor you get to ask stuff to a lot.
You can try it for free, but you know that’s bs, right? Jasper is like … Yeah, $1000. Like pretty much everything worth a damn. By the time you spend a few days wielding its magic wands and producing weird spells.
Oh, by the way.
My thing costs money too. Not $1000, though. $27. Per yer. Does it feel like I’m side-swiping you with that? If you would maybe buy me dinner, consider coming along on my quest to try something new every month.
Ethically speaking, we’re undecided about AI. Business-wise, we’re going to use it to complete fact-driven research that gives us a base for creating content.
If you’re not outta here immediately to go hop in a hot tub with a robot, may I suggest you try something new?
Twice-monthly I write an email designed to nudge you out of your comfort zone. Into a rhythm of trying something you haven’t tried before. Something exciting, or maybe something you just haven’t done in a while.
It’s pretty easy to get stuck in a rut. Let’s try something new instead.
First nudge is free, baby. First. Nudge. Free.
Ps, I asked Jasper about sea otters.
So far I mostly ask him stuff I could compile myself but don’t really want to.
What do you use ai for these days?