Outside the Content Box: Other Ways to Use ChatGPT
You’ve heard it a million times by now: ChatGPT can write stuff.
But content creation isn’t ChatGPT’s only skill.
ChatGPT can be prompted to do dozens of other things that don’t involve writing, and many of them can be incredibly useful to marketers.
Here are three ways ChatGPT can help you run your online business that isn’t content creation! 👇
*Due to the limitations of the free version of ChatGPT, we used GPT4 (paid) for this piece!
✏️ Write, optimize, and debug website code
Anyone in DTC knows that running an online business comes with challenges—especially if you don’t have an IT team or aren’t super tech-savvy.
As a technology developed by some of the best software minds in the world, this is an area where ChatGPT can truly shine. ✨
When we asked Chat how it could help us with coding a website, for example, here’s what it said:
In other words, you can essentially use ChatGPT as a tech assistant to help you write, optimize, and debug code. 🙏
However, if you don’t have at least a basic understanding of code, you may find querying the bot tricky.
But the cool thing about ChatGPT is that it's interactive. Meaning if you’re unsure how to ask it to do something, the software will be able to walk you through the steps.
For example, if you want ChatGPT to help you debug an issue on your site, this is what would be involved:
There are also a rapidly growing number of YouTube videos and tutorials that can walk you through how to use ChatGPT for code if you get stuck.
So, whether it’s writing new code, optimizing an existing website, or troubleshooting bugs, ChatGPT might just be your new virtual tech team. 👨💻
Hungry for more AI tips and tricks? We’ve got plenty more to share on Wednesday as we go hands-on with industry leading tech to help save you time and keep money in your pocket.