23 Must Know ChatGPT Tips For Beginners

New to ChatGPT? Here are 23 essential prompts to get you started. 1. ChatGPT Beginner Tips: Introduction to essential ChatGPT tips. Example: “Show me basic ChatGPT tips for beginners.” 2. Tone Adjustment: Modify your writing style to be formal, casual, or emotional. Example: “Write this message in a casual tone.” 3. Idea Generation: Use ChatGPT […]

Step By Step Guide – How To Build Your Sales Funnel and Content Engine

Your sales funnel is a marketing puzzle. Here are all the pieces you need to build a comprehensive buyer funnel. Please note: Your customer is going to make a buy decision before they speak with you. 1) Buyer Analysis – Your pro copywriter will guide you through this process. A) Analyze high-quality testimonials and reviews […]

4 Reasons DallE3 Is Better Than Midjourney

4 Major Advantages Dall•E3 Has Over Midjourney. But Am I a Convert? Media package includes Meeting video Slide deck Executive summaries of video transcription by ChatGPT and Claude 2,000 word article by Claude (only briefly checked) Claude Summary Overview: The speaker discusses the image generation capabilities and tradeoffs of DALL-E vs Midjourney. DALL-E is integrated into […]

10 Ways to Make Money With ChatGPT and Midjourney

Executive Summary The meeting focused on how to leverage AI tools like ChatGPT and Midjourney to generate business ideas and make money. The host discussed using AI to create content, artwork, apps, games, online courses, consulting services, personalized coaching, and more. He emphasized the importance of imagination and creativity in coming up with new business […]

Allied Construction Services Writing Samples

Here are some copywriting samples of my work for Allied Construction Services. They include: The entire Allied Construction Services website (which is still in use after 4 years) Voice over(VO) scripts, Pardot emails, Landing page, and Brochure Video Script for National Roofing Week It’s National Roofing Week, but let’s be honest. Roofs are boring. Most […]

Compete With Yourself To Achieve Great Things

Compete with yourself to achieve great things. I won National Novel Writing Month 7 years in a row.  All I had to do was write 50,000 words during November. This taught me an unrelenting discipline, and to stay ahead of the curve. If I just wrote 1,500 words a day, I’d stay on track. If […]

It Is In Giving That We Receive – An Unusual Perspective

I posted 250 days in a row on LinkedIn and Twitter and I learned it is in giving that you receive. But not in the way you think. At 30/post, I’ve spent 125 hours crafting my posts. That means I gave 3 forty hour work weeks back to the community. What did I receive? Feedback and […]

The 7 Deadly Sins are a Writers Best Friend

You should have seen that Black Beauty. Her curves were irresistible. You could sense her power chomping at the bit. I couldn’t take my eyes off that BMW i7. Greed. Sloth. Gluttony. Envy. Wrath. Pride. Lust. Also known as the capital vices or cardinal sins. Wow that’s good stuff. These are why we buy. They’re […]

Make Your Writing Musical

Do you know “She’ll be coming round the mountain?” It was the first song I remember learning. My grandfather taught it to me when I was 4.   Writing is best when it’s musical, but its hard to be lyrical.   Still, here’s a little chorus I wrote to “She’ll be coming around the mountain.” […]