You may be familiar with Jasper; if not, it’s likely that you’ve read something authored by the AI without realising it. With the help of Jasper, content writers and marketing teams can write in a more engaging, well-researched, and persuasive manner. According to Inc. Magazine’s latest annual ranking, The Inc. 5000, released today, Jasper is “One of the fastest growing private companies in America.” I’m curious regarding Jasper’s secret sauce. And how do you see the craft of writing evolving?
Looking at the company’s online fan base can give you insight into the direction it could take. About 65,000 people, from solopreneurs to CMOs at Fortune 500 companies, are part of this community, and they’re all talking about how artificial intelligence has improved their content production processes. Some customers may even have permanent Jasper brand tattoos!
As soon as you step inside the app, you’ll see it generate fantastical copy right in front of your eyes. If you need help with anything from a LinkedIn bio to a marketing email, you can pick from one of more than fifty available templates. Just give Jasper some background information on the topic or product, add any relevant keywords and voice preferences, and hit the generate button. See the AI generate brand new creative content instantly in front of your eyes.
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John Phillip Morgan, Jasper’s CTO, said: “Jasper has read a huge amount of the internet, so it understands how natural-sounding language is written and knows about every niche in depth. We further train the AI on specific use cases and frameworks – like the most opened email subject lines of the past year or highest-converting Facebook Ad copy. Within seconds, Jasper pinballs between all the data points to deliver amazing, fresh content for your needs in seconds. It’s like having a mouse in your pocket whispering the perfect way to say something every time.”
Credits : Inc.com
Unlike human writers, AI-assisted content never plagiarises their work because it is written one word at a time. When it comes to scaling content for major brands, Jasper shines because the output varies greatly depending on the user’s content brief and tone of voice settings.
It appears that Jasper’s success can be traced back to the company’s core belief that the customer comes first. Their engineering team gets ideas for new features and integrations from the feedback of their community. Where does the future of AI-driven writing (and Jasper) go from here?