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I built a ChatGPT bot for writers

Published 11 days ago • 1 min read

Hi Reader,

I geeked out on building ChatGPT bots this week.

I built a bot that helps me plan a month of content in a few minutes.

Let’s say I’m creating content for a new client.

I’ll spend a few minutes thinking about their ideal reader or customer, say STEM teachers or coffee shop owners.

I put the ideal reader into Content Wizard.

This bot presents me with this ideal reader’s problems and desires.

Then it suggests a piece of content I can create addressing each one of these problems.

It does this for each day of the month.

Content Wizard puts the results in a table I can quickly browse.

I pick the best ideas and write that piece of content for social media.

It’s a creative constraint that cuts down ideation time.

Now…

I don’t use Content Wizard (or any other AI tool) to write my emails or social media content.

Nobody wants to read bland, boring AI content.

I regularly block and unsubscribe from creators who generate emoji-packed, jargon-filled AI content.

But AI is great for organizing ideas and ideation.

It’s like the writing assistant we all need but can’t afford.

I want to give Pro Writers access to Content Wizard.

So, next week, I’m holding a workshop Plan a Month of Content In 90 Minutes

In this LIVE workshop, I’ll show you how Content Wizard works.

During the workshop, I’ll walk you through the entire process, from inputting your ideal reader to generating a month’s worth of content ideas.

Then, I’ll give ticket holders access to Content Wizard for their content.

If you buy a ticket but can’t make it, you’ll still get access to the recordings and the bot. I’ve no plans to release the bot or the recording into the wild after the event.

Write on,
Bryan Collins


PS I created a few other bots I’ll reveal during the workshop…

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