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Power-Up Your Content with AI Prompts

Updated: Mar 1, 2023


AI comic strip art illustration of a middle-aged Black professionally-dressed business woman with long black curly hair typing on a computer keyboard.
AI art created by a.L.interpretations using NightCafe Studio.

As the voice behind insightful and informative content online, I have a unique perspective on the importance of AI writing prompts.


Whether you're a criminal defense attorney in the Midwest or the Lead Tech Editor of LinkedIn North America, there are like goals that unite these prompts: to engage & educate your audience.


Prompt Generation: the Logistics


So, let's dive into the two following prompts:


"Adopt the persona of a Chicago-based prosecutor.
"Write a cohesive & authoritative 500-word editorial article on Chicago's Tuesday, February 28 mayoral election & what it could mean for the direction of the city during its historical violent crime record. Target Chicago residents & voters. Conclude this article with the calls-to-action to comment below & to subscribe to my blog."

This prompt is about staying up-to-date on the latest political developments in Chicago & using your expertise to provide a unique perspective on the city's future.


The key here is to be authoritative & knowledgeable while engaging your audience with calls-to-action encouraging engagement & their subscribing.


Check out the output:


ChatGPT paragraphs as output from a prompt given from the persona of a prosecuting attorney.
ChatGPT output created by a.L.interpretations

Notice how an audience was targeted [Chicago residents, voters]. The hooks used to draw this niche audience was the election [event], & those at the effect of Chicago's crime rate.


This audience was prime to be captured by this prosecuting attorney.


Bottom line: Be equipped with the accomplishments, knowledge, & the readily-available solutions to painful problems people are seriously ready to pay to have solved.


Prompt Generation: Round Two


Now, let's take a look at another AI content prompt:

"Adopt the persona of the Lead Tech Editor of LinkedIn North America. Write a 750-word article on how millennials & Gen Z'ers are grappling with living from paycheck to paycheck, & how both generations view employment rights. Target employed millennials & Generation Z, obviously.
"Be factual. Use real-world corporation incidents to support any points made. Wrap up the article with the calls-to-action to comment with thoughts, & then subscribe to my blog for weekly law insights & advice."

This prompt is all about exploring the financial struggles of millennials and Gen Z'ers & offering advice & insights on how they can navigate these challenges. The 'be factual" directive is for AI content platforms that actually integrate data from the internet [E.g., WriteSonic's ChatSonic, or Jasper AI's JasperChat.]


ChatGPT now offers a paid model, but still offers output built from data not beyond 2021. ChatSonic & JasperChat scrape the internet, ensuring output guarantees the use of current information.


The key here is to be factual & informative while engaging your audience with calls-to-action that invite shared insights & subscribing to your blog for more valuable info.


Now, let's check out the output from this prompt:


ChatGPT paragraphs as output from a prompt given from the persona of a LinkedIn Tech News Editor.
ChatGPT output created by a.L.interpretations

The common goals of these prompts are to engage & educate your audience.


By incorporating calls-to-action that encourage readers to share their thoughts & subscribe to your blog, you can build a loyal following of engaged & informed readers. Keep these in mind to get the maximum mileage out of the prompts.


With the right approach, you, too, can create output that engages, informs, & inspires your audience.


That's All, Folks


Remember, helping readers achieve success with content that's relevant & resourceful should be the North Star guiding your content strategy behind everything you share online for growth.


If you liked the chat prompts used in this article, subscribe to receive three [3] more complimentary prompts.


I'm here to serve & happy to help however I can.


I look forward to seeing you on the inside.


'Til next note.


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