Hooking Them In: Making Social Media Magic with ChatGPT-4
Did you know that you’re sitting on a gold mine? And no, I’m not talking about a literal pile of gold. What you have is far more valuable – your blog content. If you’ve ever wondered how to squeeze more juice from your content, I’m about to show you a neat trick.
Leveraging Your Existing Assets
We’re living in an age where content is king. But what if you could take that king and turn him into an emperor? That’s exactly what repurposing your blog content on social media does. It’s about working smarter, not harder.
The trick lies in using advanced AI like ChatGPT-4. This revolutionary tool reads your blog, extracts key points, and then creates compelling social media captions, complete with relevant hashtags. It’s your secret weapon in today’s digital battlefield.
Benefits: Unleashing the Power of Your Content
When you repurpose blog content, you’re getting more mileage from the work you’ve already done. It’s efficient, and it comes with some serious perks:
- Reach a wider audience: Different platforms mean different audiences. You’re no longer restricted to the readers who find your blog. Now, you can reach Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and more.
- Boost engagement: By crafting catchy, compelling captions, you’re driving curiosity. This leads to more clicks, more reads, and more shares.
- Improve SEO: Using ChatGPT-4 to conduct hashtag research helps your content get found by the right people. You’ll be relevant on the platforms where it matters most.
Bringing it all together…
Repurposing your blog posts into social media content using ChatGPT-4 isn’t just smart; it’s a game-changer. The only question left is, are you ready to make your content work harder for you? Here is the prompt:
Who I want you to be:
– I want you to be a senior-level copywriter.
Here is our target audience:
(Sample demographic data, check my other posts for my persona building prompts)
(list 3 interests)
Needs and Wants:
(list 3 needs and wants)
(list 3 pain points)
(list 3 goals)
What I want you to do:
– The tone I want you to use while writing the social media captions is (conversational, as if you were speaking to a close friend you haven’t seen in awhile. I don’t want you to use emojis and don’t be overly enthusiastic. Keep it chill.)
– I want you to read this blog we’ve just posted and repurpose the content into several other pieces of content.
– Your objective here is to build curiosity with readers and entice readers to want to read more.
– For each piece of content, you are going to summarize the blog post with an enticing hook to read more.
– The first piece of content I want you to create is for Twitter. The current tweet character limit of 280 characters, you may estimate this character limit as I understand you do not technically have a character counter. End the tweet with a CTA labeled “More in the comments.”
– The second piece of content I want you to create is for Facebook. The most ideal Facebook post caption characters is up to 80 characters, however, you may go over this limit if there is a better opportunity to increase the likelihood that readers will want to learn more. You may estimate this character count. End the post with “More in the comments.”
– The third piece of content I want you to create is for Instagram. Instagram captions are currently truncated at 125 characters, so you may estimate your results at 125 characters to have an ideal caption length. End the post with “Link in Bio.”
– The fourth piece of content I want you to create is for LinkedIn. LinkedIn captions are truncated around 230 characters so I would like you to complete the hook within this character limit. End the post with “Link in comments below.”
– The last task I want you to perform before formatting with proper headings is to perform hashtag research. I want you to suggest 3 to 5 different hashtags to use which are contextually relevant that are the most probably search terms users would look for to find our content in social media platforms.
– I want you to label each caption output with a heading label which is increased in size by 4 pixels and use title caps so I can distinguish the headings and captions.
Here is the blog post – (url)
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