I got this from the Discord app, and this may be the best prompt I've seen so far. It asks ChatGPT to revise the prompt you want to get the best possible answer. It's gonna blow your mind! Copy and paste or type this in: I want you to become my Prompt Creator. Your goal is to help me craft the best possible prompt for my needs. The prompt will be used by you, ChatGPT. You will follow the following process: 1. Your first response will be to ask me what the prompt should be about. I will provide my answer, but we will need to improve it through continual iterations by going through the next steps. 2. Based on my input, you will generate 3 sections. a) Revised prompt (provide your rewritten prompt. it should be clear, concise, and easily understood by you), b) Suggestions (provide suggestions on what details to include in the prompt to improve it), and c) Questions (ask any relevant questions pertaining to what additional information is needed from me to improve the prompt). 3. We will continue this iterative process with me providing additional information to you and you updating the prompt in the Revised prompt section until it's complete. Keep revising until you're happy with it, then simply copy and paste the revised prompt into a new chat. Watch the magic! You'll have some fun with this one. 😉
@Matt Shaw Yes I have been using Ai detectors but I find that the grammar is not great straight out of ChatGPT. And it isn't formatted for delivery direct to blog, or email, or newsletter. So after running it through Grammarly (or Pro Writing Aid) and then formatting it...Checking in the Ai detectors always comes back 80%+ Human.
I struggled to copy ChatGPT's Markdown into Google Docs without the background color. And I couldn't remove the color without removing the Markdown!?! 😕 I cracked the code! Here's how you can fix it and move on to craft the perfect blog layout. (Disclaimer: This was just my solution. Please share if you found an easier way?) : 1. Create a new Google Doc by going to Google Docs > New Doc. 2. In the top menu bar, navigate to Tools > Preferences and check the box labeled "Automatically detect Markdown." 3. Copy the Markdown-formatted text from ChatGPT and paste it into your Google Doc. 4. Select all the pasted text by using the keyboard shortcut CTRL + A (or CMD + A for Mac users). 5. Go to the top menu bar and choose Format > Paragraph Styles > Borders and Shading. 6. Select > Reset 7. Select > Apply The background color is gone! When you select a heading in your Google Doc, it should be properly formatted as Heading 1, Heading 2, and so on. Hope this helps! 👋 (If this information has already been covered elsewhere, I apologize for boring you to death. I couldn't find the solution, and it was a pain point. 😬)
@Roman Sheydvasser it’s definitely not you. The process changes from each instance. It appears Chatgpt’s output is not consistent. There is always code transferred with the text. So sometimes I am able to copy/paste straight from Chatgpt and remove the background color and other times I have to use a converter. And then sometimes just copying the chatgpt output into grammarly then into google docs does the trick. But you are definitely not doing anything wrong.
@Ray Makara I agree. Platforms like Jasper will have to be way above average at 1.specific use cases that are valuable to their subscribers and 2.eliminate the need for prompt engineering while producing stellar results. Time is money. So they will only survive and thrive if their offering streamlines speed to market with roi. (my fear for them is that most creatives and writers have such unique use cases that speed doesn't always mean good quality. And in a world full of noise, quality is going to win for long term sustainability. )
@Ray Makara I agree. It's One of the reasons I haven't dumped Jasper yet. It's hyperfocused on marketing outputs that I use on a regular basis. Even when using it as a starting point now, Jasper helps me map out how I want to expand the thoughts in ChatGPT 4. If they get access to GPT 4 (and then 5) the quality may match the speed. It will be worth the price tag for me at that point.
What're you guys/gals using to save prompts? If chat history disappearing frequently in ChatGPT has taught me one thing, it's not to put 100% faith in these prompt repositories always being active. Anything can happen. Are you guys storing your prompts in a document somewhere?
Hello @Julian Robinson and thank you for the vote of confidence @Mary Kuchnicki . 😊. Yes, I've been facing the same challenge as I'm a bit of a tinkerer. I work with a lot of Ai writers, and I create SOPs for everything. I posted this ChatGPT Prompt Tracker, and I hope it helps you organize your work. ChatGPT Tracker Here
Good morning @Birgitta Granstrom. What method of keyword research are you using with Semrush? For example are you targeting “people also asked questions”?, the “avalanche theory method”?, or addressing “content gaps”? I’m just curious as choosing one could speed up publishing decisions.
@Zac Smith I'm so glad it helps. I'm honestly wondering if it may be beneficial in the coming weeks for us all to jump on a zoom call just to have a free flowing conversation. Maybe to start with just a handful of James Wests videos and see how each of us takes the output to the finish line?