ChatGPT Prompts for Copywriters and Marketers

Many people find it difficult to create good hints for ChatGPT.

They can open the chatbot and type something simple like “Write catchy content for my website about energy efficient homes.

But in the end, they usually receive banal answers, for example: “Welcome to our website. We have first-class, energy-efficient homes.

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Engaging a blog reader is a hard thing to do, especially in this digital age. As more and more content is produced on the Internet, people are less and less likely to read your blog in particular and stay interested in it.

To keep ahead in the blogging rat race, you need to be constantly improving your writing. Here are 11 actionable writing tips to help you do just that.

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Using ChatGPT to Write a Research Paper

All these tasks that would have taken you hours, maybe even days, and sometimes longer, can now take just a few minutes or even shorter when you use ChatGPT.

Today I want to talk about the top things that ChatGPT can help you with when it comes to research papers so that you can write your paper much faster.

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Look for Freelance Writers

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Freelance writers can make or break your business.

Hire the right ones and your traffic, leads, and conversions could skyrocket, while you save time and money. Hiring the wrong ones, on the other hand, can mean poor sales, wasted resources and opportunities, and a muddy reputation that can’t be salvaged. Who can afford that?

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Sometimes essay writing is like visiting a dentist – painful, but inevitable. Nobody is interested in student’s personal circumstances. Who cares if you have time and energy for doing that essay juggling work, study and private life? Is your heart broken? Or, maybe, have you spent several sleepless nights? In the eyes of your professors, these are weak excuses for not doing homework. Do it or die.

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Writing Tactics: Wasting Your Time

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Learning to write well is not a quick and easy process. It takes time and experience to know which writing tactics to keep in your toolbox and which ones to avoid.

The following common mistakes are ones most writers make when starting out, but whether you’re a new or seasoned writer you’re better off avoiding these writing tactics.

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There are moments in life when you have to write a personal statement. Even though this task is nothing more than an extended essay about yourself, it can be not that easy, as it seems. On one hand, you may think that you know the topic like nobody else. Indeed, who better than you knows everything about your experiences, talents and life views? On the other hand, it clears out that knowledge and clear understanding of the topic is not enough. Choosing the right tone can be much more difficult than recollecting the central episodes from your autobiography.

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Content Audit

Has your organic search traffic gone flat? Are you losing keyword ranking for critical search terms? If the answer to either of the previous questions is yes – or more importantly, you’re just not sure where you stand, it’s probably due time to do a content audit.

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If there is only one thing that can make your CV look better, it is a cover letter. It helps you get your foot in the door and say to your potential employer: ‘Hey there, please read me and pay attention.’ It may seem obvious and unnecessary. However, a couple of introductory phrases can make a whole world of difference.

Last year, I had a hard time writing more or less decent cover letters. I was looking for a job and sent dozens of CVs daily. Sometimes I even reduced my cover letter to minimalistic ‘Best regards’ and… never heard back from the recipients. In other words, I know it from my own experience that a properly formatted cover letter is as important as a suit and tie in your job interview.

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