It’s not too late to catch up!

ChatGPT exploded onto the stage nearly a year ago, bringing with it a mass of interest in generative AI.

But maybe you were busy last November. You never really got into ChatGPT and now you’re afraid to ask how it works and how you can incorporate it into your workflow. 

Don’t worry. It’s not too late. 

ChatGPT: The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide” is an ebook written by Erin King, chief digital officer of Strikepoint.  

Even if you’ve never heard of ChatGPT before reading this story, you’ll be able to catch up in short order. 

The ebook contains tips on how to write a prompt, how to use ChatGPT for thought leadership, sales and more.  

Here are just a few of the tips it offers on how to prompt generative AI to give you content you can work with: 

  • Make your prompts “as crystal clear as a summer sky.” Don’t be vague or confusing. Remember, there is no such thing as too specific. 
  • Talk like a person. Even while keeping it hyper-specific, avoid jargon or overly formal language. It’s designed to be talked to like your friend, not the robot that it is. 
  • Give background information! That could be links, details, definitions or just context to keep in mind. Again, better inputs, better outputs. 
  • It may take a few tries – and that’s OK! Don’t be afraid to generate new answers, tweak your prompt and give it another try if you aren’t getting what you need. 
  • Try something new. Still not getting what you’re looking for? Go off the wall. ChatGPT is still one big experiment, so go a little kooky with your prompts. Don’t be afraid to go outside the box. 

If the beginner’s guide whets your appetite, you’ll find plenty more resources on AI on Give the AI Certificate Course for Communicators a try!  



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