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50 Content Ideas in 30 Seconds with ChatGPT

If you use ChatGPT correctly, you can create 50 ideas for you AND have it create the content, too!

Today on 🥯 Bagel Bots, we’re discussing:

  • 🚀 Ai + Technical knowledge is amazing

  • An AI app to try—X

  • 📰 The latest AI news

  • 🤖 Cool new AI apps for you to check out

  • ❗️ Get 50 high-quality content ideas from ChatGPT with a single prompt

  • 🤷🏼‍♂️ We won’t mourn all the jobs the robots take

(Read time: six minutes)

There are two types of people, those that create a ton of content with AI tools and those that make really good content with AI tools. Some unicorns can do both. Below is a tip for creating 50 pieces of awesome content to take your SEO to the next level.

Reminder: The content is half the battle. The technical details are just as important, and AI cannot do that for you…yet.

Want to connect with me beyond Bagel Bots? You can also connect with me directly on Twitter (X) and LinkedIn. If you’re new here, you can read past posts and subscribe to Bagel Bots to get caught up.

💰 If you’re looking for investors or advisors for your AI product. I’m interested.

  AI app - X

Since the day Elon purchased Twitter, we’ve known big changes are coming. For better or for worse, that platform has shifted quite a bit over the last 6-8 months.

In April, Elon discussed copying China’s WeChat to create his vision for X. You can watch that video here.

Beyond that, he wanted to bring AI into the fold. On July 12th, Elon launched xAI with a mission to understand reality.

Late on July 23rd, X, (I almost typed Twitter) CEO Linda Yaccarino tweeted a thread about the future of X, saying, “Powered by AI, X will connect us all in ways we’re just beginning to imagine.” Read the entire thread here:

🔗 I want to know what you think. Tweet (is it still called that?) me directly and let me know how you feel about the future of X. You can follow me here.

🚨 Interesting AI and tech news from the last few days

AI news is flying faster and faster. These are the most significant things you need to know:

  • 🔗 Promises are meant to be broken? Meta, Google, and OpenAI promise the White House they’ll develop AI responsibly. Read more here.

  • 🔗 People still have Android phones? ChatGPT app could be coming to Android devices this week. Read more here.

  • 🔗 Will this help journalists or replace them? Google is testing an AI tool that can write news articles. Read more here.

  • 🔗 They recently raised $150M at a $1B valuation. Character.AI Looking For Fresh Capital. Read more here.

  • 🔗 Robot spies. Cool. British spies are using AI to disrupt Russia's shipments of critical weapons. Read more here.

🤖 AI apps for you to check out this week

Every one of these apps can help you with your company, career, side hustle, or personal project. I recommend diving deep into them all.

  • 🔗 Pika Labs - A powerful Text-to-Video platform that can unleash your creativity simply by typing

  • 🔗 Optimove - Drive loyalty and engage your customers on their terms with innately intelligent marketing

  • 🔗 Twig - Twig is a co-pilot for CX teams managing complex tech products

  • 🔗 Secureframe - Achieve and maintain continuous security and privacy compliance — including SOC 2, ISO 27001, PCI DSS, HIPAA, GDPR, CCPA, and more

  • 🔗 Respell - Respell enables you to build, deploy, and manage cutting-edge AI apps, no code required

Check these fantastic platforms out, and let me know what you think. Reply to this email or tweet me directly.

❗️ Get 50 high-quality content ideas from ChatGPT with a single prompt.

Even the best content-creating companies hit a wall when coming up with fresh ideas. If you use ChatGPT correctly, you can create 50 ideas for yourself AND have it generate the content, too!

Prompt 1:

I own an accounting firm and am looking for content ideas to improve our SEO. You are an SEO expert and will help me come up with topic clusters for my accounting services. First, give me the five main content pillars I should focus on. Within those five, give me ten content ideas for each of those main content pillars.

Boom, you have 50 content ideas inside five content clusters.

Now you can use this prompt for each of these clusters. Here is an example of one of the above content ideas.

Prompt 2:

You are a copywriting expert with a background in accounting. We are writing this content for people that are searching the internet for accounting tips, and it's coming from our company, which provides these services. Write a 100% unique, creative, and human-like style article of a minimum of 1500 words using # headings # and # sub-headings #. For the “How to Read an Income Statement”. Try to use contractions, idioms, transitional phrases, interjections, dangling modifiers, and colloquialisms, and avoid repetitive phrases and unnatural sentence structures. The article should include Creative Title, SEO meta-description, ## Introduction ##. Add bullet points or Numbered list if needed, Write down faqs and conclusion. Make sure the article is plagiarism free. Don't forget to use a question mark at the end of questions. Try not to change the original #Keyword or Title while writing the Title. Try to use The "How to Read an Income Statement" 2-3 times in the article. try to include #Keyword or Title in headings as well. write content that can easily pass the ai detection tools test.

Once it spits out your content, you can prompt it until it’s perfect. One caveat and this is a big one—what you get directly from ChatGPT will NOT rank at the top of Google. You must have a website that performs well, good internal linking, the correct markdown structure, proper metadata, images with alt tags named correctly, and so much more.

The above is meant to help you with a workflow and save you time, but work is still needed to create a vital piece of content that users will enjoy, and Google will rank.

🤷🏼‍♂️ We won’t mourn all the jobs the robots take.

When I talk about humans losing jobs to robots and automation, I can assure you I’m not rooting for it to happen. Well, rarely.

Watch the video below and let me know if you think humans shouldn’t do this job because it’s repetitive and manual. Plus, robots won’t do shit like this.

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