There are tons of infographics on the web on any topic imaginable.
In this video, you’ll learn how you can use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and Jarvis.ai to create content based on the time and effort others have put into crafting a well designed infographic.
- Search Google or Pinterest for “<your niche> infographic”
- Save the file
- Convert the infographic to text using this free OCR tool
- Use the text to help guide Jarvis.ai to create a unique fact-checked document
Hey guys, it’s Reed Floren here and I did a quick Google search for blogging infographic. Now you could do this with any niche out there, you know, if you’re in the wedding niche, be like wedding infographic or dog training infographic, so on and so forth. And with that, you’re going to find different infographics online, you could either do it in Google image search, you could do it on Pinterest, you could just do it on the main Google search.
And you’re going to find a bunch of infographics and just about every niche market out there. So what I’m going to do, because I found this one, it’s the best web WordPress hosting providers on the planet. So let’s check that one out. And I’m gonna go to the actual web page for it so I can get the highest quality image for it.
Okay. So what I’ll do, this has a lot of facts. What I love about this, as you know, someone spent time doing a bunch of facts on this, and I think they even referenced their facts down below when I looked, they did. So I can double check these things if I need to, but it gives Jarvis a ton of information. So what I’m going to do is I am going to use optical character recognition, this is the same stuff that you see, like if you scanned in a document, and then you edit the document in Word.
So you’re able to do this online as well. So what I’m going to do is I’m going to select the file I just downloaded. And it was this WordPress hosting. It’s an English, I want to do it in just a text file, because I don’t need a spreadsheet for this. And so it is going to read that image. Put the content here. So here I’ve got a title, the content, you know, it doesn’t get it all perfect. There’s a few things where it doesn’t read things, not 100%. But it gets a lot of it, so I don’t have to spend my time writing. So now I’m gonna log in to Jarvis.ai.
And then we’re gonna do a new long form system. And this was the best web hosting providers write. Best, actually, let me just paste it, I think that’s I’m just gonna paste the whole thing. Jarvis is only going to grab the first 600 characters. Let’s see if it comes up with any you know, headlines for this. That one, I have it generate ideas. So it’s gonna write my intro paragraph here. I just grabbed one I didn’t really read anyone. So what I’m gonna do is I’m not paste the whole thing on air.
And so, you know, this has a ton of information, I can have it, you know, tweak things if I want like you know, 40% of visitors banner website that takes more than three seconds to load. Okay, so let’s have it rephrase that. I can have it, rephrase it again. Okay, I can also do it where I could make it more creative. So I think that one’s gonna be less texted will work with want to make that more creative.
So that’s an option. Another thing you can do is, you know, that’s more of a fact. So, I’m going to see what it writes in long output. But the 40% of visitors abandon a website. I’m getting a little bit of a, an issue there. try this again. Not still wants to grab some of the other things. Now, let’s look at some of this other stuff. Think it’s grabbing information from my description. That’s what it’s doing. Hold on, let me pick this information out save, it may be the better option to do it.
And let’s see. Interesting, try it again, new document. Now it’s fine, I don’t care, we’re going to use that one. I’m just going to say best web hosting providers on the planet. Not going to give it any more information. All right, the intro here. With that one. Now I’m going to copy this information. Let’s see what it says about that fact. Now see, I could double check that information. But I don’t necessarily need to do that right. Now. Let’s grab this other element. So this was another fact. Let’s see if it writes any more about but delay.
Okay, so that’s where we’re taking some of the elements from the actual thing here. So in order to grab this 40%, and the one second delay, so, you know, you’d have to double check any numbers that it, you know, spits out like, I think this 227 parameters probably going to be really high for a lot of websites, below for others, like, for instance, Amazon, it would be way low for that. But for you and me, that’s probably unlikely for most people. And you’d have to double check this number like that infographics had 7%. But I think you get the idea where you could take some of this information and habit expand on some of these points from the from the document.
And, you know, it may be better to just type in some of these things, it may be better to use the optical character recognition, it’s something you’re going to have to play with. But it gives you a good starting point. And it’s a free way to grab that information and put it into a document. So you can, you know, rephrase it or you can expand on it. Or you can give it as a starting point for Jarvis where it can write its own paragraph to go with it, you’re going to have to pay a little attention to to make sure that you’re not infringing on copyright.
But it’s really hard to plagiarize something where it’s like a fact of, you know, X percent increase in site speed, and especially if you’re sorting where you got that information, and you’re going to have to look at the footnotes here, which had grabbed but that’s one way where you could write a very sexually driven blog post by using Jarvis and someone else’s infographic to give you a real A good starting point in the feed Jarvis with really good information. So I hope that helps and I hope you find this useful.
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