Why Providing Context Matters

Just like a human, Frase's AI Writer needs context about what it's writing about in order to produce quality content.ย 


There are several contextual clues that the AI Writer looks at when generating new content:

  • Your document title. Frase will read the title of your document and use it as context when you click the "Write for me" button
  • Background context. The Writer will take into account the background context you've provided (read more below)
  • On-page context. Frase will analyze the three paragraphs above where your curser is located when you click "write for me"
  • Context added via AI Templates. This is the context you provide when you add text as input(s) into an AI template.
  • SERP context.

Background Context

Background Context is a very effective way to make sure the AI Writer stays on topic.

What you write inside the Background Context prompt is always taken into account by the AI Writer throughout your document - regardless of how many words you've previously written.

It is particularly useful when you are just starting your document and Frase doesn't have much information about your topic or goals.

Example 1:

Let's say I want to write an article about machine learning, its use cases, and examples. In that case, I would write the following Background Context:

"I will write an article about what is machine learning, use cases, and examples."

Example 2:

Let's say I am writing about a concept that Frase might not know about, such as a new product. By using Background Context we can "teach" Frase about the product. In the example below, we wrote a description about a product called Birdie:

"Birdie, our revolutionary new backyard bird feeder with a 360 degree HD camera, attractive award-winning design, and is even squirrel-proof."