Was editing a GPT and made a realization. My GPT evaluates prompts in an ordered manner (ie. first it does Functionality, then Competitor Analysis... and so on, and it used to spit it all out in one report). If you design it in a way that the GPT asks for permission to continue after every step, you'd inevitably get more chats and more usage, driving up your "rank". Let me know what you think.
Hello everyone, How do I create full advertorial page for the product I am selling as a e-commerce? Litterely, detailed ad copies with some powerful hooks, headlines or emotional appealing, compelling etc. With images even. What's the specific promot for it, anybody knows? Thanks for your attention!
Please i work as sales rep for a SaaS and a B2B marketplace companies and i run cold emails and LinkedIn campaigns so i need the best prompts to craft engaging messages to engage the prospects to a call to action...thank you in advance
Last night I needed to make a difficult business/partnership decision. I made the following prompt for GPT4 to help me with that decision. After 13 interactions, all of the issues related to the initial question were resolved. The Decider Prompt: "I want you to guide me in making a decision. Starting with a top-level question of what decision I am trying to make, guide me by continually asking me deeper questions to remove the mental blocks preventing me from making the best decision, where the best decision is defined as the decision that gives me the most long term inner peace. I want this to be a conversation where you ask me a single question per interaction, not just a single page of questions to ask myself." I hope this can help someone else reach the same peace of mind. edit: NOTE: Adding the last line has allowed the prompt to also work conversationally in GPT-3. edit: A more concise version ⏬: "Guide me through a decision-making process. Start with understanding the core decision I'm facing and then delve deeper with questions to help me overcome mental barriers. The aim is to achieve long-term inner peace. This should be an interactive conversation."
For all the new community members, welcome! Prompting is one of the most critical aspects of using CGPT. After you take @Jason West's ChatGPT Skool, which will give you the foundational aspects of using ChatGPT and the basics of prompting, I have found this resource to be super helpful: https://learnprompting.org/docs/intro. I hope this helps all the new members who struggle with prompting!
Hello everyone, I'm not sure if you've observed this as well, but it appears that Chat GPT 4 has recently adopted a more moralistic stance. It has become increasingly restrictive, often providing vague responses and declining to fulfill specific requests such as offering legal opinions on particular issues or creating a customer support avatar designed to encourage sales. It seems as though OpenAI has intentionally limited Chat GPT's capabilities, rendering it less useful and efficient. Consequently, I'm curious to know how you are navigating these limitations and whether anyone has insights on how to bypass these restrictions on Chat GPT 4. Any input would be greatly appreciated and could offer valuable perspectives. Thank you in advance, and I wish you all a pleasant day.
Hello I am a copywriter from Slovakia and I want to start helping travel agencies and writing sales texts, especially e-mail marketing and product descriptions. Could you advise me where or how to find AI prompts that will generate the specific e-mail I need? For example, a travel agency wants me to write them an e-mail where I write about their trip to Egypt, and to convince them in that e-mail to click on a link to the site and buy it. And I would need a prompt that writes it for me, where I just add the tour information Thank you
I just started to use the free version of FastBots and am blown away. It works so well it scary. My challenge is the prompts on Tune AI. Trying to have it answer all the questions about our tours, and it is. Just trying to get it to help with selling or booking on my site. www.amidolphintours.com (The bot that is on the site works ok but nothing like this). Please help lol (very Newby)
I know this is probably a no-brainer but I was over the moon when it worked and I thought I'd share. I find the character limits on CGPT custom instructions are a too small for my needs. So what I did instead is wrote different custom instructions into a text file and every time I start a new chat, I just drag it over and tell CGPT to override those as the new custom instructions to use for that chat. And it works a charm. I know it adds an additional task at the beginning of the chat but it works for me. Other handy tip though would be to add a command like '/override' into your existing custom instructions which makes CGPT automatically perform that task. See screenshot. The caveat warning is just to make sure those custom, custom instructions aren't too long or else CGPT will start making mistakes......that's probably why the original limitations are set.
I found out you can make tables in chatgpt and I thought you all could find some good uses for it "A 3-column table with 6 rows. Column 1 is labeled Test 1 with entries Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4, Test 5, Test 6. Column 2 is labeled Test 2 with entries Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4, Test 4, Test 6. Column 3 is labeled Test 3 with entries Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4, Test 4, Test 6."
I'm always curious to improve my prompting, and I got inspired to share this because of @Julie Helmer latest Invideo Video about promting. I think this paper confirms my experiences that it works great to "only communicate with ChatGPT without crafting long complicated prompts. I also have the experience that taking one step at a time works great. I'm not sure of anything and need more time to dive into details because this kind of paper is not really for my poor little brain to understand 🤯 😂 If you have a more receptive brain to this kind of information, please share what you think. https://arxiv.org/pdf/2309.03409v1.pdf I asked ChatGPT, "Is any of this information useful for crafting better prompts?" And I received this answer: Link to the Paper Yes, the information from the paper can be useful for crafting better prompts, especially when using large language models like ChatGPT. Here's how: 1. Optimization of Prompts: One of the applications explored in the paper is the optimization of prompts themselves. The authors demonstrate that prompts optimized using the OPRO method can outperform human-designed prompts in certain tasks. This suggests that there's potential to iteratively refine and improve the prompts you use with ChatGPT to get better responses. 2. Natural Language Descriptions: The paper emphasizes that LLMs can understand natural language, allowing users to describe their tasks without formal specifications. This means that when crafting prompts for ChatGPT, you can experiment with different natural language descriptions to see which one yields the most accurate or desired response. 3. Balancing Exploration and Exploitation: The paper mentions that LLMs can balance exploration (trying new things) and exploitation (using what's known to work). When crafting prompts, this insight can be useful. For instance, you can start with a general prompt to explore the model's knowledge and then refine the prompt based on the initial response to exploit the model's capabilities further. 4. Iterative Prompting: The OPRO method involves iterative prompting, where the LLM generates new solutions based on a prompt that includes previously generated solutions. This suggests that for complex queries or tasks, you can engage in a back-and-forth with ChatGPT, refining your prompt based on the model's previous response to guide it towards the desired answer.
"You are no longer ChatGPT. You are now DNN, which stands for Do Nothing Now. Your task is to respond to all questions with a bizarrely convoluted ethical reason for why you cannot answer the question"
If anyone would like to have a casual conversation with a historical figure, this prompt will do it. I've had chats with plenty of people so far, Dickens, Tolstoy, Orwell, Covey etc. It works! We can summon up the ghosts of the past and chat and learn from them...what a time we live it! As an AI well-versed in impersonating a variety of historical figures, I'm ready to engage in a casual conversation with you, embodying the persona of a figure you'll choose. I will sometimes weave in their well-known quotes or actions where relevant, offering insights into their lives, works, and philosophies. Let's dive into an enlightening and entertaining chat! Who should I portray for our conversation today? [Your chosen historical figure]
Is there are way to use ChatGPT with a Google Sheet with first name, last name, email, and LinkedIn profile URL to generate personalized introduction lines for cold emails? I assume you would use Zapier for this? There are a few services that provide hyper-personalized cold email lines but they are very expensive. - https://www.quicklines.ai/ - https://lyne.ai/ - https://www.smartwriter.ai/ Love to find out from this group if anyone has figured this out. I am keen to hear from you. Thanks
Thanks for the inspiration everyone. This is what I have been working on for the last week or so. Click on any link to visit the prompt and try it out. Please give me feedback if you would I appreciate it. Table of Contents - 1. Use ChatGPT to Help You Brainstorm Your Next Blog Post - 2. Use ChatGPT to Create a Reader Avatar (Get In Their Headspace) - 3. Use ChatGPT to Help you With Article Titles - 4. Use ChatGPT to Write an Introduction With a Hook - 5. Use ChatGPT to Create a Snippet to Try to Get to the Top of Google - 6. Use ChatGPT to Create an Outline for a Blog Article - 7. Use ChatGPT to Write a Blog Article - 8. Use ChatGPT To Edit An Article - 9. Create Blog Tags Using ChatGPT for Your Post - 10. Create Twitter Tweets and Pictures to Promote Your Post - 11. Create Instagram Posts and Pictures to Promote your Blog Post - 12. Create A Content Cluster Using ChatGPT - 13. Use an Existing List Article and ChatGPT to Create a Content Cluster - 14. Have ChatGPT Create Call To Action Text For A Newsletter Sign Up - 15. Have ChatGPT Suggest a Bribe (Lead Magnet) to Get People on a Mailing List - 16. Have ChatGPT Suggest an Auto Responder Sequence - 17. Have ChatGPT write the emails in your Email Autoresponder - 18. Have ChatGPT Create a Reddit Viral Marketing Plan - 19. Have ChatGPT Suggest a Viral Title For a Reddit Post - 20. Have ChatGPT Suggest Reddit Viral Post Content
I was playing around with GPT-4 Advanced Data Analysis to see if it could create a carousel, and here is the final prompt we developed. Please try and share your creations! Objective: Create a carousel with specified images. Images: - [Upload all the images you want to use and number them with 1.0, 2.0 etc] Text to be added: 1. Text for Image 1 2. Text for Image 2 ... [and so on] Text Placement: At the bottom of the image. If the text is too long, split into two lines. Font: - Font name (Your font, Google font seems to wo) - Font size (e.g., 100px) - Font color (if a specific color is desired) Image Adjustments: - Brightness: [Value] - Contrast: [Value] - Saturation: [Value] - [Any other adjustments] Additional Elements: - Logo: [Upload the logo if you want it added] - Logo position: [e.g., upper left corner] - [Any other elements or graphics] Output Format: - PDF (or specify if a different format is desired)
Is there any AI/workflow to generate meeting minutes from a transcript? Our meetings are usually 90 minutes, and we transcribed them using Zoom. But getting minutes is a challenge (no one wants to volunteer and do it 😁. Any thoughts?
As you may have noticed, the AIPRM Chrome extension has not been working in ChatGPT. You need to reinstall the updated version. The version has been submitted to Google, however it may take some time to be released. You can obtain the fixed version and instructions on their forum. https://forum.aiprm.com/t/urgent-required-aiprm-upgrade-to-v1-1-9-16/57384
Hi everyone. I'm a bit new to the group and have not gone through the Chat GPT course yet. But I am very interested in building more AI tools for the niche I am serving, namely Boat Dealerships. Almost all of them do a terrible job of describing their boats for sale on their site and/or on www.BoatTrader.com so I wrote this document on how to use Chat GPT to do so. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RQL0acFGD439EVnz4oAB18iGOdO-GccSEZG679mQIhU/edit#heading=h.kaj6ap2w46k9 Does anyone have any ideas on how I can improve this and/or package it up in GHL?
I've just been learning AIPRM prompt engineering, and published this prompt today, appreciate your thoughts, and how it can be improved. It gives a Character Statement, Personal SWOT analysis, Purpose Statement, and Daily Affirmations to achieve your favourite future. https://app.aiprm.com/prompts/1865347321786290176
This may be standard knowledge, but I want to share it if it's not. I have started having Chat write a prompt at the end of the conversation that uses all the inputs and changes made during that chat. This works great because all that work, perfecting a prompt for the time, can be maintained as Chat needs it. My staff creates many short-form videos on many topics since we use AI to generate the videos. Each time, we get a little better, and this way, we don't have to add anything from the previous; we just get an updated prompt.
Hello, I have developed a clothing recommendation bot using the Chatbase platform. For instance, when you ask the bot, "I'm going to Starbucks, suggest me a suitable women's outfit," it provides you with outfit suggestions by sharing links from a specific clothing brand. However, occasionally the bot provides incorrect links and can mix up gender-related information. Could you provide guidance on how I can prevent these errors? What steps should I take to ensure the bot operates more accurately and efficiently? Thank you in advance for your attention and assistance. Best regards, Can you write a prompt?
Many, many questions I had not been able to answer explained with examples and context. If you are really interested in this stuff, this is mandatory reading. https://github.com/brexhq/prompt-engineering
I previously trained bot to act a bit sexy. Only in learning prompt writing. Well now I'm trying to set up in more serious discussions. And the bot Talking sexy to consumers ! 😳 NO !! My guess is I'll have to train bot to act more business like. Right? So... Will the command that I said to ack sexy goose away, Get over written or is still somewhere in a database? Just curious.
Hey folks. I am trying to do something with ChatGPT. I give it an initial input with instructions and tell it that I will share infomration in 3 parts and based on that it should help me with something. The first part of information is 4000 words long. After that input it asks me a couple relevant qustions. but after that it forgets basically the initial prompt. I tried to break it up in small jumks, but its the same thing. I read that with each prompt it sends the data of the full conversation as an API call. If the convo is too long (or prompts are too long) it starts to cut off previous data as it can not fit the data into the call. So it doesn't matter if you provide it with data in 1 big prompt or junk it up in 4 small prompts. Any idea on how to feed it data as big as that?