How To Write SEO-Friendly Blog Posts Using Conversion AI (Jarvis) [Step-By-Step Guide]

In this post, you’ll learn the best way to craft SEO-friendly blog posts using Jarvis, the artificial intelligence created by Conversion AI. 

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Writing a blog post is one of the most important things that you can do for your business. There are many strategies and techniques that you need to know in order to write a successful blog post. Today I want to talk about Jarvis, the artificial intelligence developed by Conversion AI under the management of Dave Rogenmoser.

This article will discuss everything from SEO tactics to talking about how Jarvis works. So, if you are interested in getting the many benefits of AI in your regular workflow, you might want to keep reading.

What is Jarvis?

Jarvis is the name of the artificial intelligence created by Conversion AI. This software is a way to write blog posts by following only a few steps:

  • Select your topic
  • Upload any necessary multimedia content (images or videos)
  • Fill in the title and description of your post with keywords that are relevant for SEO purposes.
  • Write an introduction paragraph that establishes the problem and outlines what you will do about it before moving on.
  • Let Jarvis do the rest… or almost all the rest.

The truth is that crafting an SEO-friendly blog post with Jarvis will require a little bit more than just hitting the “compose” button relentlessly.

The good news is you will most likely reduce your writing time considerably. I know this because some months ago this would’ve seemed impossible to me, not even with a couple of empty cans of Red Bull on my desk.

So, let’s take a look at the way I use Jarvis to craft SEO-Friendly blog posts for my clients in a super-efficient way.

Creating An SEO-Friendly Blog Post With Jarvis (Step by Step)

The first thing you need to understand is that no matter how good any AI might be, you need to have basic knowledge on how to structure blog posts so they are SEO-friendly.

The truth is that AI won’t create optimized posts out of the blue. In order to use such a powerful tool like Jarvis, you need to be able to put him on the right track. That is to say, you need to learn how to prompt Jarvis in such a way he will end up writing what you have in mind.

Let’s take a look at the steps I follow when creating an SEO-friendly blog post. Hopefully, this guide will also help you craft better posts in a more efficient way.

Step 1: Do Solid Keyword Research

Your blog post won’t be fully optimized unless you use the right keywords.

Don’t get me wrong. KR is not about going to SEMRush, SEOsurfer or, Ahrefs and just select a bunch of keywords to stuff into your blog post. KR consists of a detailed analysis of your marketplace, competitors, and SERPs with the purpose of creating the type of content that Google will consider relevant for answering users’ queries. This is what I call Active Keyword Research Services.

Step 2: Create The Outline For Your Blog Post

Before opening Conversion AI’s text editor, you might want to create the complete skeleton of your blog post. This is going to be the main guide for Jarvis when writing the content of your blog post.

I use Google Docs to create the structure for all my blog posts and I do so by writing all the H titles that I want to include in my article. To that end, I use one H1 title and several H2, H3, and sometimes even H4 titles.

Remember to use the function to assign the right HTML tag to each title in the top bar of Google Docs editor. This way, when you upload the post to WordPress, the headings will already have the right HTMG tag.

A final blog post skeleton will usually look like this:

Blog post skeleton

You might want to check out some other blog posts that are ranking on SERPs for the same keyword in order to come up with a relevant blog post outline. A solid structure that addresses all the relevant aspects of a keyword will have better chances of ranking on search engines like Google.

Step 3: Open the Long Form Assistant

It’s time to start using Jarvis. I use the long-form assistant to write my blog posts. So, what’s the best way to describe the content you want to create?

You might have noticed that Jarvis asks you to provide some initial details in order to produce the right output.

After using the software for a while, I’ve noticed that the best way to describe the content for the AI to write relevant information is simply to describe the post you want Jarvis to write.

Let’s analyze the following post I wrote on the roles and responsibilities of a data science product manager.

In the description of the post, I just wrote: “What does a data science product manager do? Post with all the relevant information on the roles and responsibilities of a data science product manager.”

conversion ai post description

These rudimentary instructions seem to work wonders when it comes to communicating to Jarvis what kind of output you are looking for.

Step 4: Let Jarvis Craft a Nice Intro Paragraph For You

Writing the introductory paragraph of your article could be a piece of cake or a true nightmare using Jarvis. Of course, everything will depend on what kind of description you provided in the previous step.

After months of using the software on a daily basis, I started to notice a pattern. Whenever I wrote long texts with all kinds of details in the post description section, Jarvis will output quite boring and straightforward intro paragraphs.

This really bothered me because I don’t want to write what a data science product manager does in the introduction of my post.

Instead, I want an intro paragraph that’s engaging, creative, and outlines briefly what the reader will learn by reading my post.

I discovered that by describing the post in fewer sentences and with fewer details, Jarvis will simply “feel” forced to be creative when writing the intro paragraph. Doing this resulted in more interesting and engaging introductions in my blog posts, so I recommend you give it a try next time you write an article to see how that turns out for you.

After you get your beautifully written intro paragraph, you might want to go back and add more text to the description of your post so Jarvis has a better sense of direction when writing the rest of the article.

Step 5: Help Jarvis Write the Body of Your Blog Post

In order to have Jarvis write high-quality outputs that align with your blog post goals, you’ll need to prompt him accurately. Otherwise, the AI will end up writing never-ending sentences that have little to do with the topic you are addressing.

Luckily, you have your super-powerful blog post skeleton to come to your rescue. Paste your skeleton on Jarvis’s editor and watch the magic happen. Of course, most times, the skeleton of your blog post won’t be enough for Jarvis to write the content you expect.

In order to do that, you might want to keep prompting Jarvis even further with topic sentences.

Step 6: Prompt Jarvis Accurately Using Topic Sentences

This is, in my opinion, the best way to get Jarvis to write something similar to what you have in mind. Without the right topic sentence, it would be difficult to point the AI in the right direction.

Let’s take a look at the following case. In the first image, you can see the output produced by Jarvis when not using a topic sentence after an H3 title:

You can clearly see that the text doesn’t match the title. In the second image, we can see how Jarvis produced the desired content just by including a topic sentence or at least the beginning of a topic sentence.

The results are tangible. You’ll have way better outputs if you start using topic sentences before hitting the “compose” button.

Doing SEO On Your Post

Once you’ve finished writing the content for your blog post, it’ll be time to start working on the search engine optimization. 

To that end, I’ve put together a series of steps that I usually follow when optimizing the blog posts produced by Jarvis.

Let’s take a look:

1. Make Sure Your Blog Post Has at Least One Numbered List

Numbered lists are great for helping guide the reader through your content.

If you decide to include numbered lists in your blog post, make sure that they’re at least two sentences long so that there is enough information for Google and other search engines to index them appropriately.

It may not seem like much but it can play a huge role when people are looking up certain topics on google or any other search engine.

2. Don’t Forget to Include a Bulleted List

Bulleted lists are also a great way to make your blog post easier to read.

Bulleted lists are particularly useful for quick summaries or introductions before diving into more detail about the topic at hand.

They’re also really helpful if you want to skip around in your content and offer readers different points of entry depending on what they might be looking for (i.e., someone who doesn’t have time to read everything may still find something that interests them).

That said, bulleted lists should not take up any more than 25% of the screen space because it can become difficult to focus when there is so much going on all at once.

3. Add Internal And External Links

The last thing you want your readers to do is to click away from your blog post.

So, if there are any topics that seem interesting or relevant but aren’t covered in the article, link out to them. Also, internal and external linking are important SEO-wise because they help Google bots to crawl your site in a more effective way and understand your content better.

4. Include Multimedia Files

When it comes to SEO, using pictures and video is really helpful. Multimedia files will increase the SEO value of your post.

This is because video and pictures are more appealing to the human eye than simple text, which will catch your reader’s attention and keep them engaged.

In addition, videos can be beneficial for people who have different learning styles. For instance, if someone learns better when they see things happen in real-time rather than just read about it.

5. Use an SEO Content Tool

If you don’t have the time to do active keyword research and manually include all the keywords strategically in your content, you might want to use an SEO tool that provides the keywords based on algorithms that analyze all the articles ranking for the same keyword and extract the keywords they all have in common.

Although I prefer doing the active KR manually, these tools might be useful if you need to produce a lot of content in a short period of time.

Conversion AI offers integration with SEOsurfer, which might come in handy if you don’t have enough experience with KR.

That said, I prefer to use Clearscope if I need automated KR done in a few minutes. I have used it for some time and it’s brought pretty good results. The only downside is that it might be a little too expensive.

Is Conversion AI’s Jarvis Worth it?

Jarvis is a tool that can be used to write content and it’s available on every Conversion AI plan. It usually takes less than 3 hours for Jarvis to create a pretty decent article of up to 3k words.

Although it’s a little expensive, I think it’s worth it as long as you can produce content for clients on a regular basis.

What I like most about this software is how much of an outstanding writer Jarvis can be when prompted correctly. I must admit that it even writes awesome sentences I wouldn’t have been able to come up with myself.

Also, the software offers a wide variety of tools that might be super useful in different scenarios.

Even though Jarvis is far from perfect, it’s good enough to help writers save thousands of hours of thinking and writing, so congratulations to Dave Rogenmoser and the team. In my opinion, you’ve really knocked it out of the park with Jarvis!

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