Today we’re going to talk about a hot topic: Artificial intelligence, otherwise known as AI. What do you think about it? How do you feel about ChatGPT? Let’s talk about how to use AI for content writing.
By now you’ve likely heard about this newest trend designed to help content creators write and design. While saving time and brain space, Artificial intelligence can help you do anything from crafting resumes, email, subject lines, sales pages, SEO descriptions, blog headlines, poems and full blog posts.
But many writers feel very strongly about accepting help. It’s either cheating or, we may lose our voice in the process. And those we deem not “real writers” are going to become writers. And how do we feel about that?
It stifles the creative process.
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Is using AI for content writing “cheating”?
Writers are starting to use AI more and more. It’s never going to replace your brand voice or how you write. It can aid in inspiration and spark the imagination. It’s a fantastic resource, especially for blog headlines and email subject lines.
Where can writers start using AI?
Use it where you need it! If you find yourself getting stuck when writing your email newsletter, plug in some of the lines from your email and see what else it comes up with. The AI might jog your memory or give you the spark of inspiration that you need.
Is content written by AI actually mine?
AI is very new and there’s a lot we don’t know about how content from AI can be used. If you write a book, will you have to sign a document stating that you wrote the book 100% without AI’s help? We don’t know. That’s why it’s best to simply use it for inspiration for your writing and marketing.
The AI tool can benefit your writing in a way that is unique to you. It’s not to be used as a way out of writing, but as a way to enhance your writing. My advice is don’t let AI write for you. But if you’re stuck, allow yourself to have a prompt that can get you past your writer’s block.
We cannot stress enough that authenticity is key. But already having an idea of what you want to write and then getting a few keywords to move you forward can make a world of difference.
Using AI for writing your content
What are your thoughts? What do you think about this conversation? Don’t forget to come over on Instagram and weigh in. My opinion is this: everyone can use help whether it is AI or a thesaurus online. We all get a little stuck in our writing.
That’s why we encourage each other in these training sessions inside my mentorship to ask questions and discuss current issues with Instagram writing and business.
And by the way, If you are interested in our mentorship, we do have an application here. You need to have a thousand followers and be active on the platform, know all the basics of Instagram, and be able to navigate the technology without a problem.
I can’t wait to hear your opinions about AI. Join the conversation over @AuthenticOnlineMarketingPod on Instagram. Remember to share your message your way, in your own authentic voice. (And don’t rely on artificial intelligence to come up with your unique voice.)