How To Use ChatGPT To Write Better Blog Content

Are you using ChatGPT and feeling disappointed with the quality of the content it generates for you?

Many business owners are turning to ChatGPT to create blog posts. However, when you ask it to write a blog post on a specific topic, the content it produces is often not of the highest quality.

The reason for this is that ChatGPT works based on the input it receives. You’ll likely get subpar output if you provide it with subpar information. Even when you use prompting techniques to guide the bot, it may still generate content that doesn’t meet your expectations. But fear not. I’m here to show you how to solve this problem quickly and efficiently and get high-quality content from ChatGPT.

The solution lies in recording a video of yourself teaching the content. Why? Because ChatGPT can’t read your mind. It has access to billions of data points, so when you ask it to write a blog post on a topic like the importance of physiotherapy, it sifts through all that data and picks what it thinks is right. However, it may not align with the direction you had in mind.

But here’s the secret: you can make ChatGPT read your mind. How? By recording a video of yourself explaining the content to a prospect. Then, you can take the transcript of that video and input it into ChatGPT, asking it to reword and write a blog post based on the video’s content. This way, the resulting blog post will be SEO-compliant and aligned with your desired direction.

Remember, don’t start with nothing; start with a transcript. And the most powerful transcript is your voice. It carries your unique tone and information. So, whenever you create content, always begin with a video of yourself.

For instance, right now, as I’m speaking to the camera, I’m teaching something to my audience, my prospects. I can then download that video and upload it to YouTube, which happens to be the second biggest search engine on the planet (after Google, of course).

Next, I refine the transcript into something even better than I could have done myself. Then, I upload it to my blog, ensuring that I have a blog post on the biggest search engine, Google. Additionally, I embed the YouTube video into the blog post, providing written text and a visual element.

By doing this, I earn extra points from Google, as it loves websites that include YouTube videos. There are numerous benefits to adopting this approach. It sets you apart from the crowd, unlike those who rely solely on ChatGPT-generated content. Trust me, you’re not the only one using ChatGPT for content creation. There are millions of business owners in your industry doing the exact same thing. To stand out, you need to leverage your unique content.

Whether you’re a physiotherapist, accountant, solicitor, lawyer, business coach, or IT professional, you possess content that’s specific to your past experiences. Teaching this content through video becomes uniquely yours rather than a collection of random bits and pieces found across the internet.

I strongly believe that video is the key to most marketing strategies. It allows people to quickly warm up to you, form an opinion, and decide whether they want to work with you.

If you need assistance with this approach, our agency offers a comprehensive program where we create various content pieces from a single video, including blog posts and six marketing campaigns. If you’re interested in learning more, click the link around this video to book a call. I’ll be happy to show you how we can transform your video into six marketing campaigns.

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