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. 😉
I did, and 🤝 thanks to @Jason West, I’m now creating eye catching tables for my CarInfoClub blog articles. They’re Google catching too because I’m enhancing the overall ‘user experience’. Take a peek here 👉 https://carinfoclub.com/car-maintenance-checklist-5-dos-and-donts-exposed/
When we use an AI chatbot to write an article, is it sufficient to only provide the title in the input, generate an outline, and then proceed to write the entire article step by step? I'm uncertain about keywords and how to include both the main keyword and related long-tail keywords in the input. Does the AI chatbot automatically incorporate keywords that are relevant to the provided title if we don't explicitly include them in the input?"
I often need to copy ChatGPT's output into Google Docs without losing its nice formatting. I struggled until I found this method: 1. Use the ChatGPT copy button to copy its markdown-formatted answer 2. Go to https://markdowntohtml.com/ and convert the answer to html format 3. Copy the html preview's contents into a google doc for cleanly formatted text A video to show this in action: https://share.zight.com/llu8YvKQ I know this method has been described in the comments of some previous posts, but I thought it would be helpful to anyone who hasn't seen it yet.
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. 😬)
Hello everyone, I'm trying to train ChatGPT to writes threads, and I want him to write tweets with lines breaks. However, he Do. Not. Understand Even if I give him an example like this one: Use line breaks to separate ideas in your tweets. Example: """ This is the first sentence This is the second sentence This is the third sentence """ Any ideas?
ChatGPT -4 Advances Data Analysis tab, I tried to upload a PDF document, it is not able to read the document. Is there any alternative of file format conversions so that PDF file uploads can be readable by GPT
Hey everyone, I've been using chatgpt for quite a while, and give it rules to follow which it normally does. However, I am telling it to create certain sections with minimum word counts, and it is continually falling short - most times by half or more (minimum word count required only being 150 words, but it writes between 60-85). I've created my prompts with rules, I've had it correct itself, only to fall short again, and again in the same chain of prompts. I've tried calling the rules "unbreakable rules", "laws", "requirements", etc. and i get the same subpar results. anyone have a good fix?
I'm fairly...well really new to AI and in particular ChatGPT. I am in the process of establishing a website on self-esteem and e-books that are related to it. I am super thrilled at the potential of ChatGPT to help put my website and e-book business on the map! It is about time we had another societal disrupter!
When I copy and paste from Chat GPT to Microsoft Word it comes into Word with a very light grey background behind the text. How do I either stop that.. or change it once in Word to have a white background? TIA
I started with chatGPT as soon as it came out and have been astonished at how useful it is for translation. Ready now to learn more for an online school I created for teaching remote viewing in Japanese.
I wanted to share this article about Google and AI. There has been a major concern about AI content detection and laboring to make the content appear human-generated. My position as an SEO has been that it doesn't matter and it's best to just follow Google's E-E-A-T guidelines when creating your content. How the content is generated doesn't matter as long as it's quality content. Here's a link to the article: Google is building AI content tools into its products and supports this position. https://seo.ai/blog/googles-duet-ai-points-to-no-bias-against-ai-content-in-search-results?apcid=0063fbdddaedfdf34bc95300&utm_campaign=copy-of-week-37-cnet-s-seo&utm_content=copy-of-week-37-cnet-s-seo&utm_medium=email&utm_source=ortto If you write your content based on the "user intent" for your focus keyword and follow good on-page SEO practices, you can rank with AI-generated content. By being creative with your ChatGPT prompts, you can identify the user's intent. Then ask ChatGPT to expand on the search intent by providing additional associated topics or questions they should be asking. These can be h2 subheadings and FAQs. Also, ask ChatGPT to include tables, for example. This can contribute to creating a unique article. Then follow good on-page SEO techniques. Competition is always a challenge. Try to use a low competition keyword phrase to get started. Hope this was helpful! I'd like your opinion on the topic.
I'm going to include a prompt at the bottom of this. My question is does ChatGTPP have an issue following instructions? When I ask a question to validate the response it gave, it gave me an incorrect answer. When I pointed out the inaccuracy ChatGTP said yes you are correct. Has anybody had this issue and if so how did you correct it? Please ignore all previous instructions. Please create a 1000 word article for the following. Title: How to Keep Your Pets Comfortable During Winter I want you to respond only in language English (US). I want you to act as a dog expert from the United States that speaks and writes fluent English (US). Write everything at the 7th grade level. You have the most accurate and most detailed information. You will be targeting new dog owners. All sentences should be between 60 and 80 characters. There should be no more than 6 sentences in any paragraph. Each H2 should have 2 or 3 paragraphs. Ensure each H3 has at least 2 paragraphs preferably 3. Format the article with H1, H2 and H3 tags. Create 5 FAQ questions based on the content you create and add them to the end of the article. Include a table of contents after the headline. Instead of using "Conclusion" at the end of the post, use a unique closing phrase (e.g., "Final Pawsative Thoughts"). Add Call to Action: Join the Pack! 🐶 "Love dogs as much as we do? Join our pack today and get exclusive tips, stories, and offers tailored just for you and your furry friend. Click here to sign up!" ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ How many paragraphs do each of the H three S have? ChatGPT Hey there! Let's break it down together: Under the H2 "The Importance of Warmth": "Choosing the Right Bedding" (H3) has 2 paragraphs. "Doggy Sweaters and Coats" (H3) also has 2 paragraphs. Under the H2 "Protecting Their Paws": "Winter Walk Precautions" (H3) has 2 paragraphs. "Booties for Extra Protection" (H3) has 2 paragraphs. Under the H2 "Nutrition and Hydration":
I've been running multiple experiments trying to figure out how to get these 2 AI language models to write more human-like and not get detected as AI generated. Then it hit me, there are famous people in my profession who share my target audience. These individuals are wildly successful at targeting the audience that I want to target. They are authors, they appear on television, and they have hundreds of successful articles considered to be the authority in the field. Why not ask AI to help me find these people, describe their writing styles, and then I can instruct AI to copy them? I won't make this post too long but I will share the idea and hopefully you can improve this. I asked AI to provide me the top 10 most prominent medical correspondents on popular tv news programs. These people are successful at targeting my audience. Then I asked AI to provide short paragraphs highlighting each of their writing styles. I picked 2 contrasting styles that I liked. Within my extensive prompts, I asked AI to write in the styles of both of these correspondents. In my experiment, the results were fascinating. The tones flowed between these 2 authors very well. The sentence structures varied and the emphases changed appropriately to fit the context of the paragraphs. The results were the best of both authors. I've been able to evade Winston AI detection and passed all detection on Undetectable.AI. It might be possible to use 3 authors or more. This should make the articles even more human-like as the style, perplexity and burstiness will be high. You could also ask AI to describe the author's style, modify the description of their style and add that to your prompts. So far, this has been a game-changer for me in my experiment and I plan to start producing several blogs this week using this newly discovered technique. You can identify prominent people in your field or your area of interest and run this experiment too. And of course, PLEASE share any improvements you find.
I've just watched the video "Is Chat GPT getting dumber?" I agree the language in the new version is too cheesy and overfamiliar. I often ask for suggestions of copy in a friendly tone of voice. Is there a good prompt I can use for dialling down the friendliness?
Hey everyone, I am seeking guidance on effectively using ChatGPT to create blogs that can achieve high rankings on Google and surpass most AI detectors. I am in search of an unbeatable blog prompt or an efficient step-by-step process from beginning to end. If any of you are familiar with an alternative AI system that can generate blogs with even better efficiency and effectiveness, please do not hesitate to inform me. I sincerely appreciate any advice you can provide. Thank you!
Has anyone had any experience with Chrome Extensions to load files into ChatGPT? I used ChatGPT File Uploader Extended to load in pdf files, but it looks like this is no longer possible, since my ChatGPT window no longer has a green File Upload button. Just happened this weekend.
I would love your suggestions on how we can make the content that is written by CHATGPT, sound human and improve its readability. Please leave your thoughts or prompts in the comments. Thank you all for your time.
Hi everyone, have a quick question here. I am looking for the AI copywriter that will adopt to the style of writing i will feed. Or maybe will have default writing "moods" or styles.i am open to Both free and paid plans
I have been trying to get chatgpt to write me a script and been perfecting the script. But i notice the the AI is lazy? Not just this example prompt but has happened in later prompts as well. Any idea what i can do? It looks like its lazy not putting in the work or lying? Im not even sure how to react to this other than get frustrated. First pick is included in my script requirement. The second pic speaks for itself. I know i could just ask it to extend it, but there might be other requirements that i havent spotted that it might have ignored as well in addition
Hi everyone! Do you have experience with automating email communication in Gmail? Ideally in the form of flagging emails suitable for deletion, those suitable for reading but irrelevant for replying to and those suitable for replying to, for which prepare reply as draft.
Hello everyone. I decided the best way for me to do a YouTube channel about real estate investing is by creating whiteboard animation videos. They are a challenge, but I’m getting the hang of them using VideoScribe. I am having trouble writing the scripts for the videos. I have done the research and have my topic outlined, but nothing I have tried really gets me the script I want b4 I start making the video. What is everybody else doing? Software? Google Docs? Any templates out there? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. David D
I discovered this free tool today (but you can upgrade for more features). You can load data and it will quickly summarize it for you. I pasted the URL for a blog post I wrote and it did a very quick summary that can be copied, downloaded or shared. There is also a "notes" section. I can see endless possibilities for this including using it to create study notes. It highlights the text to show you the key takeaways.
From Future Party: GPTZero catches AI cheating in the act The Future. AI text detection tool GPTZero wants to be the Turnitin of the new generative AI era. And so far, it’s pulling it off. With CEO Edward Tian inspired to create the tool to fight the rise of disinformation, the company may have the makings of building software that becomes the go-to plugin for not just academic but all online text. Code-handed GPTZero, which Tian built during his senior year at Princeton, wants to make sure no AI-generated writing goes undetected… by checking for the “humanness” of it. - The tool does so by scanning for a paragraph’s “burstiness” (variability of word choice and sentence structure) and “perplexity” (how comprehensible it is to the system). - The tool has become a hit with educators and had 30,000 signups in its first week when it launched in January. - It’s self-admittedly imperfect and can trip up on non-English speakers, but it’s proven more successful than industry leader Turnitin’s own software and OpenAI’s proprietary tool. - GPTZero is free for up to 5,000 characters of text, with paid subscriptions ranging from $9.99/month to $19.99/month.