Input Commands to try
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Below you will find many inputs you can experiment with in Yaara AI abracadabra tool.
Write About Tips & Knowledge
- Share tips and knowledge
- Share a secret
- Write 3 tips
- Write an educational post
- An educational blog post about
- A blog post connecting X and Y
- Write a [social media] post
- Share 3 tips to educate and inspire the reader
- Share a helpful tip to educate and inspire the reader
- Common mistakes people make with
- .An explanation of...
- Personal story about.
- List of affirmations about for
- A social post to talk about topic
- Questions to ask...people in a context
- Share X related to Y
- Explain how
- Define [topic]
- Explain [topic]
- Write how-to guide on [topic]
- List the advantages of [topic]
- List the disadvantages of [topic]
- Examples of
- Use an example about
- Explain the benefits of
- Formula for..
- Template for..
- Story about…
Write About a Targeted Topic for a Specific Platform
- Write a discount [social media] post
- Write a customer showcase post
- Write an event recap [social media] post
- Write a [social media platform] post about a new video
- A customer showcase video
- Write an email to ask for a review
- A list of tweets about..
- A LinkedIn post that teaches how to
Write a Case Study
- case study overview
- case study problem statement
- case study result statement
- case study solution statement
- Pitch my service
- A sales letter about...
- A sales email about..
- An online course about..
- Reasons to buy...
- The benefits of buying
- The main benefit of…
- Promotional copy
- Sales page copy
- An upcoming workshop on
- Sell my
Send an Email
- An email about..
- Public message -
- Outreach email template - < type>
- Private message
- Sales email
- An educational email about
- An event promotion email
- Cold outreach email to a potential affiliate partner
- Welcome email for people who for
- Say this in a different way (for…)
- Summarize this in one sentence
- Turn this into 3 bullets
- Rewrite this for ___ (course creators, real estate agents..)
- Rewrite this to sell my coaching services
- Rewrite and expand on this
- Rewrite this to explain it to a 5th grader.
- Expand on this and turn it into an educational blog section
- Rewrite this to sell my services
- Turn this into an educational social media post that sells my services
- Turn this into an educational social media post that provides value and insights
- Reframe this from a new angle
Generate a List of Ideas
- List of topics
- List of questions
- List of abstract interview questions
- List of questions and answers about [topic]
- List of benefits
- List of pain points
- List of...(mistakes, ways, tips, benefits…)
- List of headlines
- List of blog titles
- List of product names
- List 3 examples of..
- Make a list of [topic]
- Write a list of sections heading about [topic]
Write a Bold Opener or Hook
- Make a claim
- Ask a question
- Write a hook
- Write a lead
- Write a clear thesis
- Write a strong opinion
- Make the reader lean in
- Write a counter intuitive …
- Write a counter narrative…
- Write a debatable assertion
- Write a short and punchy lead
- Write a catchy headline using juxtaposition
- Write a perspective others can disagree with
- Formulate a statement of opinion and assertion
- Write a point of view that is both true and surprising
- Write a point of view that is provocative or polarizing
- Write a catchy headline using eye-catching numbers
- Hook the reader with a compelling opening statement or paragraph
- Elicit a statement or conclusion that can be further examined for truth or falsity
- Write a non-universal truth that can be debated and allow for strong advocates
- Write a point of view that is rooted in evidence, but is not a proven fact or universal truth
- Make the reader an active participant by using a relatable hypothetical situation
- Create a human connection by sharing a personal experience
- Introduce third-party expertise and context by using a quote
- Provide convincing data from external or internal sources
- Write something everyone agrees with, but will never say
- Producing a mental image in the reader’s mind
- Use a metaphor to get the reader's interest
- Overcome an anticipated objection
- Cite the opinion of an expert
- Cite a persuasive statistic
- Write a non sequitur
- Start with a benefit
- Share an anecdote or quote
- Start with a metaphor
- Start with a common pain point
- Start with 1 strong, declarative sentence
- Start with a thought-provoking question.
- Start with a controversial opinion.
- Start with a moment in time.
- Start with a vulnerable statement.
- Start with a weird, unique insight.
Write a headline
- Write a catchy headline
- Write a clever headline
- Write a clever [blog] headline
- Write a newspaper headline
- List of headlines
Add a CTA
- Ask the reader to (Like, Comment, Share, Follow).
- Ask the reader to (read the next post).
- Ask the reader to take a relevant action.
Add Depth to Your Writing
- Investigate the truth of a theory
- Write a self-reflecting confession
- Demonstrate relevance to the reader
- Convince or persuade the reader
- Teach something my audience doesn’t already know
- Lead the reader to a logical or unforeseen conclusion
- Give examples, real (like a case study) or hypothetical.
- Provide convincing data from external or internal sources
- Explain why the main point is true, unique or contrarian.
- Elicit and develop an idea that is not yet developed or actualized
Write From A Different Perspective
- Written in 1st person
- Written in 2nd person
- Written in the 3rd person
Who this is for
- List of 5 potential customer personas
- List of 10 problems and challenges that my ideal customer is struggling with
- List of 10 outcomes that my customer is hoping for
- List of 10 fears and doubts that my ideal customer is feeling
- List of 10 key takeaways my customer should know
Sales Messaging ideas
- List of 10 reasons people will buy this product
- List of 5 reasons I created this product and why I'm confident it will help you
- List 10 of headlines for the the sales page
- List 10 of bold promises for the sales page
- Written testimonial from a previous customer
- List of 10 reasons why this product is timely and important
- List of 3 reasons why you can trust me to help you solve this problem
- List of 5 reasons you should take action now
- List of everything you get in the product
- Step by step breakdown of how the process works and how you will get the results that you desire
- List of 5 product ideas to help my ideal customer
- List of 10 marketing ideas to attract my ideal customer
- List of 10 catchy name ideas for this product
- List of 10 catchy slogans to sell my product
Content Marketing Ideas
- List of 5 blog post titles
- List of 10 sub topics
- List of 10 talking points
- List of educational blog titles to attract my ideal customer
- Educational post to attract my ideal customer
- List of 10 interview questions for a potential customer
- List of 10 interview questions for the creator of the product
- List of 10 steps the customer should take to have success
- List of 10 FAQs
- List of 10 positive affirmations to encourage my ideal customer
Even More Commands to Try
- Start with a thematic tie-in to [theme, e.g. holiday]
- Share a success story
- Build anticipation
- Welcome the reader
- Explain the value proposition
- Share what to expect next
- Make a personal connection
- Focus on a relevant pain point
- Expand on how you can help them
- Provide a plan for next steps
- Get the reader excited about a new product
- Talk about the pain points
- Tell a personal story
- Talk about an opportunity
- Create a list of pain points
- Strike a strong emotional chord
- Share a strong psychological benefit
- Make the reader look cooler, smarter, more relevant
- Make the action practical and timely
- Flatter the reader
- Connect to the audience around a topic X
- Bring up a pain point about X
- Ask if they would like to X
- Make the reader feel good about sharing
- Don't use too much jargon
- Don't use the word "project management"