I've been focused on a couple of things since chatGPT hit the wires - namely, my very small online vintage and antique business here in the mid-west USA. I needed "something" to help me several times a day to build compelling titles, enthusiastic and enticing descriptions (say "click & purchase me"), utilizing social media more effectively (pinterest & facebook because who has time for every platform), a comprehensive head-to-toe blog site focused on the very things collectors and serious enthusiast care about, branding that says "I'm real & can be trusted".
So, I've been missing lots of great content because of this hyper-focus but I decided to stop by and tell you of my successes. And, it is due in a LARGE part to the things I've learned from the Skool but also from the things you have written about and challenged us on:, , , , , and all the Skool authors/users to many to name them all... In 4 weeks time, by focusing on just branding better, funnelling (yeah, I stole that from Jason) better, much better titles and descriptions I have seen a huge increase in traffic and sales. My niche is specialty antiques from the late 1800's/early 1900's and I include history to go with each piece. ChatGPT has been a game changer but the quality of my work did not see a jump until I began to use the expert prompts/personas/suggestions from all of you and applied that to my world.
I won't bore you with the actual $$$ & traffic (although the numbers are exciting!) but it is so much fun to see.
My hat is off to all of you who stick around here, offer up your hard won insights, answer questions, offer encouragement and do it without asking for any return. I still have lots and lots of work to do on several fronts (better blogs for one, better use of social media for two...) so I'll be working and around but I could not help but do a happy dance and a tip of the hat to you!!!