Master List of ChatGPT Prompts

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I have been using ChatGPT a lot since just a few days after its launch, and it has a ton of ways it can be used for SEO. I've been sharing these with my email list over the past few weeks.

One thing I have been working on is a spreadsheet with all the common prompts I use in ChatGPT. This includes some uses beyond SEO too.

I figured I would share it here for anyone that wants it.

You can make your own copy if you wish by going to File >> Make a Copy.

However, be aware that copies will not receive updates I make to this document. This is what I call a living document in that I will be adding to it and making changes as I discover new and interesting ways to make use of ChatGPT.

ChatGPT Prompts Master List

I also am adding additional prompts that I find from other people and crediting them on the spreadsheet as you will see. If you have found any interesting ways to use ChatGPT that you think should be added, you can send them to me, and I'll be sure to credit you as well.

Enjoy!
#chatgpt #prompts
  • Profile picture of the author poonampal
    Can I Use Article Content For AdSense Approval By Chat GPT ?
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  • Profile picture of the author Dima4ka
    Thank You! This is helpfull a lot.
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    This is a great share, I really couldn't get my head around the prompts.
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      This is a BRILLIANT resource and worthy to be hidden behind a paywall. Thank you , sir!
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    This is a BRILLIANT resource and worthy to be hidden behind a pay wall. Thank you, sir!
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by mattlaclear View Post

      This is a BRILLIANT resource and worthy to be hidden behind a pay wall. Thank you, sir!
      Thanks, but I always give away my knowledge and information for free. There are some interesting updates coming to this sheet soon based on some stuff I've been playing around with to train ChatGPT and give it a persona to write as.
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  • Profile picture of the author max5ty
    Good list Mike.

    Another great list to use is from ChatGPT itself. Most of these I believe originated on GitHub, where there's an even bigger list...but this one covers a lot of ideas:

    https://chatgpt.getlaunchlist.com/
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by max5ty View Post

      Good list Mike.

      Another great list to use is from ChatGPT itself. Most of these I believe originated on GitHub, where there's an even bigger list...but this one covers a lot of ideas:

      https://chatgpt.getlaunchlist.com/

      That list isn't bad, but looks a bit limited in its usefulness.
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  • If you guys are for now just using Chat GPT and not OpenAI's premium GPT-3 API, then here's a Chrome extension that can serve as a supplemental tool for Mike's list of prompts, allowing you to create your own prompt templates:
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...bfnmnknjdlckgj

    What Are Prompt Templates?

    Best way is to illustrate this through an example. With that Chrome extension, you can create a prompt template like this:

    Notes: Just replace everything inside quotes to [PROMPT] when creating your own prompt templates in the AIPRM Chrome extension. That way, you'll just need to enter a comma-separated list of the stuff you want for those placeholders. But keep in mind that Chat GPT's token limit is, well, quite limiting, which is why I recommend using OpenAI's premium subscription for their GPT-3.5 model (latest one) to write your own code (Chat GPT's token limit also applies to AIPRM) ...


    Marx@DEV_MACHINE: python quickQ.py

    Your Query? Write a captivating headline and an enticing 1-paragraph summary for this text, and mention the keyword \"dog training\" in the headline and the keywords \"obedience training for Aussie Shepherds\" and \"best equipment to train Aussie shepherds\" in the paragraph, but limit the headline to 70 characters, the paragraph to 170 characters, and each sentence in the paragraph to 70 characters: \"How to Train Your Australian Shepherd Puppy\nFind out how to train your puppy, including commands and training tips. Learn why early socialization is important. You will understand the basics of training your new puppy using positive reinforcement and clicker training and more...\nLet's get started...\nDo you ever wonder what are the magic words or commands for training your puppy?\nAre there any?\nHaving a great companion that does what you asked is pretty essential for all concerned.\nSafety, health, playing, training, obedience, and fun.\n\"

    GPT-3's Response? Headline: Train Your Aussie Shepherd Puppy: Obedience Training & Best Equipment
    Learn how to train your Aussie Shepherd puppy, from early socialization to positive reinforcement and clicker training. Get essential tips for commands, safety, health, playing, obedience and fun. Dog training made easy!

    So your prompt template in AIPRM will look like:

    Write a captivating headline and an enticing 1-paragraph summary for this text, and mention the keyword "[PROMPT]" in the headline and the keywords "[PROMPT]" and "[PROMPT]" in the paragraph, but limit the headline to 70 characters, the paragraph to 170 characters, and each sentence in the paragraph to 70 characters: "[PROMPT]"

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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Marx Vergel Melencio View Post

      If you guys are for now just using Chat GPT and not OpenAI's premium GPT-3 API, then here's a Chrome extension that can serve as a supplemental tool for Mike's list of prompts, allowing you to create your own prompt templates:
      https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...bfnmnknjdlckgj

      What Are Prompt Templates?

      Best way is to illustrate this through an example. With that Chrome extension, you can create a prompt template like this:

      Notes: Just replace everything inside quotes to [PROMPT] when creating your own prompt templates in the AIPRM Chrome extension. That way, you'll just need to enter a comma-separated list of the stuff you want for those placeholders. But keep in mind that Chat GPT's token limit is, well, quite limiting, which is why I recommend using OpenAI's premium subscription for their GPT-3.5 model (latest one) to write your own code (Chat GPT's token limit also applies to AIPRM) ...


      Marx@DEV_MACHINE: python quickQ.py

      Your Query? Write a captivating headline and an enticing 1-paragraph summary for this text, and mention the keyword "dog training" in the headline and the keywords "obedience training for Aussie Shepherds" and "best equipment to train Aussie shepherds" in the paragraph, but limit the headline to 70 characters, the paragraph to 170 characters, and each sentence in the paragraph to 70 characters: "How to Train Your Australian Shepherd PuppynFind out how to train your puppy, including commands and training tips. Learn why early socialization is important. You will understand the basics of training your new puppy using positive reinforcement and clicker training and more...nLet's get started...nDo you ever wonder what are the magic words or commands for training your puppy?nAre there any?nHaving a great companion that does what you asked is pretty essential for all concerned.nSafety, health, playing, training, obedience, and fun.n"

      GPT-3's Response? Headline: Train Your Aussie Shepherd Puppy: Obedience Training & Best Equipment
      Learn how to train your Aussie Shepherd puppy, from early socialization to positive reinforcement and clicker training. Get essential tips for commands, safety, health, playing, obedience and fun. Dog training made easy!

      So your prompt template in AIPRM will look like:

      Write a captivating headline and an enticing 1-paragraph summary for this text, and mention the keyword "[PROMPT]" in the headline and the keywords "[PROMPT]" and "[PROMPT]" in the paragraph, but limit the headline to 70 characters, the paragraph to 170 characters, and each sentence in the paragraph to 70 characters: "[PROMPT]"


      That plugin is kind of trash. I want to like it, but I tried it when it first came out and again last week. It's buggy as hell and works less than half the time.

      There are far better options out there. The reverse prompt engineering video I put on my YouTube channel gives a far better way to create prompts than anything I've seen from that plugin.
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  • Can't escape OpenAI servers dishing out "We're at capacity," which in my experience happens more often with their free Chat GPT Web app and other tools like AIPRM that use this through proxies or any other workaround. So as I mentioned, my best experience so far is doing my own programmatic stuff with OpenAI's premium GPT-3 API. Aside from being able to fine-tune their LLMs for the particular use-cases of my clients when needed, I also get more granular control over the input and output tokens that I need. Plus, this allows me to use and include in my runtime pipeline other APIs like SERPAPI, DataForSEO and various Selenium-based scraping tasks.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Marx Vergel Melencio View Post

      Can't escape OpenAI servers dishing out "We're at capacity," which in my experience happens more often with their free Chat GPT Web app and other tools like AIPRM that use this through proxies or any other workaround. So as I mentioned, my best experience so far is doing my own programmatic stuff with OpenAI's premium GPT-3 API. Aside from being able to fine-tune their LLMs for the particular use-cases of my clients when needed, I also get more granular control over the input and output tokens that I need. Plus, this allows me to use and include in my runtime pipeline other APIs like SERPAPI, DataForSEO and various Selenium-based scraping tasks.

      With ChatGPT Pro, it is never at capacity.
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      • @MikeFriedman,

        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

        With ChatGPT Pro, it is never at capacity.
        Nope. Not true.
        Maybe for you. And some. But not all.

        Here's recent anecdotal evidence from others, some with their own materials to support their claims, to drive my point:


        QUOTE:

        OP
        Paid $42 for ChatGPT Pro Yesterday and "getting at capacity error"
        Title says it all, paid for ChatGPTPro Yesterday and I am still unable to access it today getting the at capacity error.
        Final edit: For those that don't believe it exists, don't believe I bought it, think I was scammed, or any other reason you are an idiot, I finally got back in and here is your proof:



        Another User
        Hell I can't even create an account.

        And Another
        That sounds about right.
        I was wondering how they'd deal with that, seeing that they capacity limit based on creating new login sessions. And before you have logged in, the system doesn't know you're a premium user.
        I guess at the moment they don't deal with it..

        And Another
        I voiced discontent in their discord and they gave me a chat timeout,



        And Another
        yeah those azure servers are overloaded... I would have blamed microsoft windows system for it if I didn't knew that azure is running on linux.

        And Another
        They blew it
        This is one of the worst market entries I've ever seen on this level.

        And Another
        Lol any promise of never being at capacity was a lie from the start. I wouldn't have expected so many people to have pro, but there is always a capacity when you have finite resources. Especially when pro users are more likely to use API tokens to integrate into apps that leave the connection open when they aren't actively using it.

        But Here's Someone Who Used the Word "Never" Though Clarified That It's Just His Experience
        That's odd I use the pro account several times a day and I've never had a capacity issue since I subscribed

        /QUOTE

        SOURCE:
        https://www.reddit.com/r/ChatGPT/com...nd_getting_at/


        Besides, I won't believe anything that combines (resources to power up server networks + a growing mass userbase + statements that say "We are NEVER at capacity.") in a single line or a lone coherent paragraph.

        All because of simple logic = Finite Resources + Time Window to Observe for As Long as What's Observed Still Exists.

        And, "never" if not clearly indicated to apply to a limited scope, implies that the thing doesn't happen across all users. Which in this case just isn't true at all.

        Anyway, just posting this for the potential benefit of people here looking for more resilient options that provide more granular control.
        In my experience, tests and research at this point -- AIPRM, Chat GPT and Chat GPT Pro pale in comparison in these 2 factors against OpenAI's premium API subscription for their GPT LLMs, especially in terms of serious enterprise use and for professionally handling corporate clients.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    GPT-3 API can end up at capacity just the same. There is no difference there, and it does happen. I've had it happen with other tools I've used that uses the API.

    As for ChatGPT Pro, the only time I have ever seen a message about being at capacity since signing up to it was when I was not signed in one time, and I would bet that is the case with a lot of those Reddit messages.

    Also, that Reddit forum is not the best place to get any kind of honest opinion on ChatGPT. If you have followed it for any length of time, you know that the tone of that community is largely negative. Many of the users are going out of their way to find something to complain about and paint ChatGPT, and OpenAI as a whole, in a bad light.

    Hell, for a few weeks about half the threads in there were people complaining that they had "nerfed" CHatGPT and it was no longer allowing them to write their Harry Potter erotic porn.
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    • @MikeFriedman,

      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      [SNIP]GPT-3 API can end up at capacity just the same. There is no difference there, and it does happen. I've had it happen with other tools I've used that uses the API.[/SNIP]
      Just to clarify, I NEVER said it wasn't 100% immune to being at capacity though. What I said was, premium GPT API performance outshines the performance of free Chat GPT, tools that use this with workarounds and Chat GPT Pro, based of course on my own experience, tests and research. And my point is, again, I'll NEVER be in any position to say that this will NEVER happen to N-E-ONE because it involves finite resources to power up server networks.

      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      [SNIP]As for ChatGPT Pro, the only time I have ever seen a message about being at capacity since signing up to it was when I was not signed in one time, and I would bet that is the case with a lot of those Reddit messages.[/SNIP]
      Key phrase there is "I had". But that wasn't in your previous message though. And, I don't have any comment about predicting, more so betting, what others in ReddIt were actually experiencing.

      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      [SNIP]Also, that Reddit forum is not the best place to get any kind of honest opinion on ChatGPT. If you have followed it for any length of time, you know that the tone of that community is largely negative. Many of the users are going out of their way to find something to complain about and paint ChatGPT, and OpenAI as a whole, in a bad light. Hell, for a few weeks about half the threads in there were people complaining that they had "nerfed" CHatGPT and it was no longer allowing them to write their Harry Potter erotic porn.[/SNIP]
      Red herring with the use of tu quoque. Not my place to judge how people use something then all of a sudden associate it with a notion on the veracity of their claims based solely on my subjective insights about how they use something. Instead, I use verifiable evidence for that. Without it, I reserve judgement.

      My point is, never say never if it's already happened to you (you originally mentioned it never happens, but then you're saying now it actually did when you were logged out?), and when pure logic says it can happen anytime to anyone.

      Just saying.
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      • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
        Originally Posted by Marx Vergel Melencio View Post


        My point is, never say never if it's already happened to you (you originally mentioned it never happens, but then you're saying now it actually did when you were logged out?), and when pure logic says it can happen anytime to anyone.

        Just saying.

        What I said wasn't wrong. The only reason it happened to me was because I wasn't logged in, so it didn't recognize me as a ChatGPT Pro user. As soon as I went to the main OpenAI site and logged in, the notification of ChatGPT being at capacity was gone..
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  • Profile picture of the author algerb5
    Here's a master list of ChatGPT prompts that I can help you with:

    What is the meaning of life?
    How can I improve my productivity?
    What are some effective study techniques?
    How can I overcome procrastination?
    What are some ways to reduce stress and anxiety?
    How can I improve my communication skills?
    How can I build healthy relationships with others?
    What are some tips for staying motivated?
    How can I improve my memory retention?
    What are some effective ways to manage time?
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  • Profile picture of the author Dilon9120
    I think google does not allow AI content, Google prefer human written content. You can check on various AI content detectors.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Dilon9120 View Post

      I think google does not allow AI content, Google prefer human written content. You can check on various AI content detectors.
      Everything about your statement is 100% wrong.
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  • Woah... I am so thankful for this post.. I got to know about the correct prompts to use in ChatGPT
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  • Profile picture of the author waywyrd
    Thanks for sharing these prompts. Imho a lot better than some of the lists I've seen, because formatted into sections. And not overloaded with too many prompts, so more useful as a guide to creating your own.

    Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Annajames12
    Really informative post. i highly appreciate this. i didn't know before how to use prompts in the correct way. if you want to explore more about prompts visit [Link removed by Moderator]
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