AIPRM: The Game-Changer for ChatGPT Prompt Templates
AIPRM is your go-to source for automated ChatGPT prompt templates. It’s a community library of ChatGPT prompt templates for AI writing and AI art. AIPRM stands for Artificial Intelligence Prompts and Responses Manager. It’s a Google Chrome extension that adds a list of curated prompt templates to the ChatGPT platform.
For example, if you’re writing copy for an ad campaign or creating content for an SEO project, you can use these prompts to get your creative juices flowing and help inspire new ideas. You can sort by the latest additions or the most popular in the way of top votes. With AIPRM, you can also create and save your own prompt templates.
Note: If you install the Chrome extension WebChatGPT, you can connect ChatGPT to the web for better research and finding external links and resources.
Here are a few of my tips for getting the most out of ChatGPT
This powerful tool adds a list of curated prompt templates to the ChatGPT platform to help spark creativity and make your projects shine. These categories include DevOps, Generative AI, Marketing, Operating Systems, Productivity, SaaS, SEO, Software Applications, and Software Engineering prompts and templates.
Different types of prompts can be used for various purposes; some are designed to help writers come up with headlines, while others focus more on content creation.
Tip: Jasper is a great AI writing editor that I use to format my content. And if you are concerned about AI content and Google, you might want to explore the originality AI content detector.
Let’s take a closer look at what this extension can do for you.
A copywriting prompt is a question or statement that encourages creative thought and writing. They can be used to get writers inspired, help them brainstorm ideas, or jumpstart their creativity.
1 Click blog post
What it does: Writes a short blog with proper SEO formatting.
The one-click blog post allows you to enter a keyword or topic and let the template create a content brief.
The AIPRM 1-click blog post allows you to enter a keyword or topic and let the template create a content brief. It includes a title, top-level keywords, the header outline, a title tag, a meta description, and a content body.
Content like this will fail the AI content detectors almost every time, so if you are creating content designed to rank on the search engines, you’ll need to dive much deeper and make the content original (enter Jasper’s one-shot blog post).
One idea is to ask ChatGPT to elaborate on a header topic, give examples, and answer key questions.
For example, in this blog post about starting a blog, I asked ChatGPT to give elaborate on the header “choosing a niche.” It gave me another 400 words just on that subtopic and several external links to use as resources. It made the content more helpful and interesting.
SEO ChatGPT Prompt Templates
This prompt templates allows the user to enter a “seed keyword” or topic and get a table of blog topics sorted by keyword cluster (or topic cluster).
Keyword clusters are a great way for SEO professionals to maximize their search rankings. It’s like putting together pieces of the puzzle, grouping keywords to represent searchers with similar purchase intent accurately.
This allows content creators and marketers to target relevant queries while optimizing each page for more than one keyword – boosting SERP visibility and improving ranking potential at the same time!
This prompt creates a table for a keyword strategy that includes:
Using the Outrank Article prompt template, enter the URL.
The template provides you with a unique title (although personally, I would askChatGPT for more blog title ideas after writing the blog, as I feel these could be more creative).
The template uses the topic idea of the article, not the contents of the article.
That said, if it was me, I’d likely ask ChatGPT for an outline and then use the one-shot blog post from Jasper (paid tool) to create the content. I find Jasper a better writer than ChatGPT: at least for now.
If you don’t use a tool like Jasper, then take each paragraph and guide ChatGPT to give you a further explanation, examples, how-to processes, etc.
You’ll likely want to add a tone of voice as well.
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