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Hi all.

With all this chatgpt hype going around. I was just wondering if anyone has built some kind of business with it or is it helping you make money online?

It would be good to hear what people thing about this AI chat.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    There are several threads about ChatGPT - mainly in the main forum section....but so far no one I've seen has gotten to the point of 'building a business' based on it.


    I'm sure that will come, though.
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  • Profile picture of the author TobiMDD
    I am not sure about that, it kinda removes the human touch a bit. Everyone tries to generate content with this stuff now.


    How can people then feel connected to a person and buy something? Yes it can be helpful I guess but idk..
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    Originally Posted by wannabeaim View Post

    With all this chatgpt hype going around. I was just wondering if anyone has built some kind of business with it or is it helping you make money online?
    Yes. Mostly B2B for my business (indirect), i.e. Contracts for us to fine-tune OpenAI's Chat GPT-3 NLP models on the client's custom data; Develop custom fine-tuning training data for clients; Integrate a chatbot with this backend into a client's digital properties for both public and private network use; Design and manage SEO campaigns for clients that want us to use AI-generated, manually fact-checked and edited content ...

    Though as for B2C (direct), too early to tell if our clients are generating more traffic and sales with the tools and services that we're developing and managing for them. But I bet they're saving reasonable amounts of money by cutting down their manual labor overheads ...
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    Originally Posted by wannabeaim View Post

    Hi all.

    With all this chatgpt hype going around. I was just wondering if anyone has built some kind of business with it or is it helping you make money online?

    It would be good to hear what people thing about this AI chat.
    What I see happening right now on Upwork, there are people looking for Chat writers. On Medium someone has been writing articles, claiming to make money with Chat. Also, for the last few weeks, someone has been sending emails to become a Chat affiliate on Warrior Plus. I don't know if any of them are currently running a Chat business. However, they may be in the early stages of selling shovels to the gold miners.

    I'm sure they would not be wasting their time currently. If they are not making some money with it. On another note in the Copywriting section of the forum, there is a thread currently running about Chat rewriting an Amazon book description. You may want to check that thread out.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      I get lot of emails offering me my very own private artificial intelligence writing tool. Not buying.


      Originally Posted by DWolfe View Post

      What I see happening right now on Upwork, there are people looking for Chat writers. On Medium someone has been writing articles, claiming to make money with Chat. Also, for the last few weeks, someone has been sending emails to become a Chat affiliate on Warrior Plus. I don't know if any of them are currently running a Chat business. However, they may be in the early stages of selling shovels to the gold miners.

      I'm sure they would not be wasting their time currently. If they are not making some money with it. On another note in the Copywriting section of the forum, there is a thread currently running about Chat rewriting an Amazon book description. You may want to check that thread out.
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  • Profile picture of the author igrowyourbiz
    I personally make money and show others how as well.

    Making money and building a business with ChatGPT is done the same way as it is with Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, Xero, SalesForce, or other tools that amplify and automate efforts.
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  • Profile picture of the author Talent ISL
    Originally Posted by wannabeaim View Post

    ...With all this chatgpt hype going around. I was just wondering if anyone has built some kind of business with it or is it helping you make money online?...
    People are often reluctant to adopt new technologies and tools like ChatGPT
    and other AI-based Apps because they can be intimidating and unfamiliar.
    I think most people are concerns about the reliability and accuracy of AI tools.

    However, marketers can use ChatGPT for many things, such as generating
    content for websites, Blogs and social media, and personalizing email marketing
    campaigns like tailoring messaging to individual customers based on their
    interests and behaviors.

    ChatGPT can be used to create automated responses for frequently asked
    questions, freeing up customer service staff to focus on more complex inquiries.
    Additionally, AI powered chatbot is an effective way to improve customer
    engagement and increase conversions.

    Have a nice day,
    Ali.
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    • Profile picture of the author taffie
      I have just been thinking along the lines of eBooks, will they still sell, or work as well as and can they they still works as lead magnets, given information is now readily available? It will be interesting to hear you guys thoughts?



      Originally Posted by Talent ISL View Post

      People are often reluctant to adopt new technologies and tools like ChatGPT
      and other AI-based Apps because they can be intimidating and unfamiliar.
      I think most people are concerns about the reliability and accuracy of AI tools.

      However, marketers can use ChatGPT for many things, such as generating
      content for websites, Blogs and social media, and personalizing email marketing
      campaigns like tailoring messaging to individual customers based on their
      interests and behaviors.

      ChatGPT can be used to create automated responses for frequently asked
      questions, freeing up customer service staff to focus on more complex inquiries.
      Additionally, a chatbot for marketing purposes created using AI can be an
      effective way to improve customer engagement and increase conversions.

      Have a nice day,
      Ali.
      I think it's a life saver, considering the amount of work involved in digital, it takes away the thinking stress, all you need to do is know the stuff, don't just churn informing, know the stuff, and if it resonates, which it does more often than usual more than resonates, so where is the problem with that? Less stress on staff, more productive and cost efficient for the company, resulting in bigger return on investment? I mean, could is that rocket science? I think the world needs to adapt, and embrace it, the sooner the better even.
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      • Profile picture of the author Paul Hancox
        Originally Posted by taffie View Post

        I have just been thinking along the lines of eBooks, will they still sell, or work as well as and can they they still works as lead magnets, given information is now readily available? It will be interesting to hear you guys thoughts?
        Not if the information is readily available and easy to find. With a lead magnet, you want to give it an edge, such as a secret nobody is telling people, or a counter-intuitive truth.

        This might sound harder to pull off nowadays, but even though the Internet is full of information, people have limits to the amount of it they can "consume"... so the secret might be fairly well-known to some people, but not necessarily to a lot of your target audience.

        Besides, with a good pitch for your lead magnet, people aren't necessarily going to know if they're familiar with the secret or not
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        • Profile picture of the author taffie
          Originally Posted by Paul Hancox View Post

          Not if the information is readily available and easy to find. With a lead magnet, you want to give it an edge, such as a secret nobody is telling people, or a counter-intuitive truth.

          This might sound harder to pull off nowadays, but even though the Internet is full of information, people have limits to the amount of it they can "consume"... so the secret might be fairly well-known to some people, but not necessarily to a lot of your target audience.

          Besides, with a good pitch for your lead magnet, people aren't necessarily going to know if they're familiar with the secret or not
          That's what I thought. I want to believe nothing changes much, but the thing is not everyone has the knowledge that you and I have, people still need someone to hold their hand when it comes to ChatGPT itself, some just don't have the time to gather and collect information, and will appreciate someone doing it for them, so there will always be a need, trouble is it's easy to think that everyone is the know like you?
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        • Profile picture of the author Steven Fullman
          Originally Posted by Paul Hancox View Post

          Not if the information is readily available and easy to find. With a lead magnet, you want to give it an edge, such as a secret nobody is telling people, or a counter-intuitive truth.

          This might sound harder to pull off nowadays, but even though the Internet is full of information, people have limits to the amount of it they can "consume"... so the secret might be fairly well-known to some people, but not necessarily to a lot of your target audience.

          Besides, with a good pitch for your lead magnet, people aren't necessarily going to know if they're familiar with the secret or not
          Bloody hell. Paul Hancox.

          How are you, mate?
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      • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
        Originally Posted by taffie View Post

        I have just been thinking along the lines of eBooks, will they still sell, or work as well as and can they they still works as lead magnets, given information is now readily available? It will be interesting to hear you guys thoughts?
        I think it's a life saver, considering the amount of work involved in digital, it takes away the thinking stress, all you need to do is know the stuff, don't just churn informing, know the stuff, and if it resonates, which it does more often than usual more than resonates, so where is the problem with that? Less stress on staff, more productive and cost efficient for the company, resulting in bigger return on investment? I mean, could is that rocket science? I think the world needs to adapt, and embrace it, the sooner the better even.
        When you say eBooks...what happens in YOUR brain? What do you conjure up> some may think of flip pages, or pdf files, or ePub type, or Amazon built KPF. And whatever you are thinking of is...

        or could be, the thing that holds you back.

        I can rightfully claim to have sold tens of thousands of "ebooks" over the years, but I have never called them that, nor sold them as that.

        I offer INFORMATION. And although a great deal of info can be found online and aggregated via AI, the time spend and also the fact checking may be what stops folk from doing it.

        But selling INFORMATION, the format is dictated by your market. Allow for some examples.

        Many Financial NEWSLETTERS, which were once mailed out, are now sent as digital products, although some still command the high prices, into the hundreds of dollars per month/issue, with specials tossed in throughout the year.

        WHO would your "ebook" be for? WHY would they want that information? And how you present it with their preferences will determine its success.

        So, just pointing this out, when you DEFINE something you want to do, in this case eBook, you are limiting what your potential is. What you offer is INFORMATION, and how well you do is how well you target it, toward the right buyer at the right time, in the right place.

        AI is proving to be somewhat valuable, but it still comes down the old 1950's adage: GARBARGE IN = GARBARGE OUT GI=GO (yea, I know it is garbage, misspelling for emphasis)

        AI gives you what you ask for, even if, for now, it has to make stuff up.

        Switch your mindset to INFORMATION and forget about ebooks or any formatting.

        GordonJ
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        • Profile picture of the author taffie
          Perfectly said, "information" that what it is if you consider what you can do with it, talking about repurposing and all, and all those formats you mentioned above? I am kind am loving Flip books at the minute, and pdfs, and love the idea of ePubs, live ebook, kindle, Amazon? Wow? Thanks for this.
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    I guy who works in the mortgage business, a processor, told me one of the wholesale lenders they work with has artificial intelligence assistance. The AI assistant calculates borrowers income (acceptable to the lender), analyzes scenarios and suggests best loan programs.


    If it can do that, it can certainly help with analyzing keywords and competition and suggest article titles. A thing that combines Ahref, autoresponders, CRMs, etc.
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      [QUOTE=DABK]I guy who works in the mortgage business, a processor, told me one of the wholesale lenders they work with has artificial intelligence assistance. The AI assistant calculates borrowers income (acceptable to the lender), analyzes scenarios and suggests best loan programs.
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      *gasp*



      Don't tell him that actuarial tables exist, he might die from a heart attack when you imply he's not in the 1500s anymore.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ged3
    I have seen a lot of web site building ChatGpt offers.


    It can be used to do most of the tasks done by internet marketers - save a lot of time and do the "heavy lifting" we may need to make ammendments but I am sure it will revolutionise internet marketing and a lot of businesses will benefit and evolve from it.


    My sister has a successful copywriting public relations business with some great clients and a 10 year track record, when I showed her ChatGpt to use she was amazed that she was doing exactly what it was doing, but the advantage she has is that she meets people face to face and offers a service that ChatGpt would find difficult to immitate - plus people like to speak to a person and not a bot!



    Kind Regards


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    AI changed my life. Now, I can easily write blogs and articles with the help of AI technology.
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  • Profile picture of the author Desireseekr
    I say AI is still only as powerful as the human behind the keyboard.



    For instance a professional copywriter with basic prompting knowledge could actually produce very high quality content consistently and quickly depending on techniques.



    Vs



    A Newbie copywriter even with advanced prompt knowledge would struggle to produce the same content.


    Now compared to the average human Chat-gpt can copywrite better then most but it lacks human tone using general prompting.


    With advanced prompting and a bit more iterations you can defiantly be pretty much undetectable and human like.


    Tools like chat-gpt can do the heavy lifting for most tasks in marketing but in the current stage still needs you to inject your human element.


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    Crap In = Crap Out
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    As I notice its really growing for most , if you know tips and ways it might work well.
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  • I think AI like ChatGPT is groundbreaking and really helps speed up the writing process if you are blogging, if you know how to use it correctly that is.

    Give CHATGPT the right prompts, ask Chat GPT to create you an in-depth blog outline, make sure it passes ai detection tools like originality.ai, and add your human touch to each article.

    Start ranking for low competition highly searched keywords if you are doing your keyword research properly.

    I Love Chatgpt it has millions of helpful uses.
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    I looked at originality.ai - but no option for paypal or a one time payment as they clearly state they store your card for future payments...no thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author spartan14
    Well from what i know you cannot make money directly with chatgpt and instead you can create content with chatgpt
    For example lets ssy you want to create a blog article ,to write it manualy it would take you at least 1 hour but with the help of chatgpt you can get a blog writen for you in 30 seconds to 1 minute
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  • Profile picture of the author Ged3
    Yes, trying to monetise it can be challenging.


    If people already have profitable businesses in place I think they will find ways to profit fairly quickly through the time they save.


    I think it gives people without a product the opportunity to try different products and create them very quickly - so it helps everyone.


    Best Regards
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  • Profile picture of the author aduttonater
    It's like all the tools in one. Literally can do almost anything chat gpt can do you just gotta know what websites to use. May be a good tool but geared mainly for beginners.
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  • Profile picture of the author PsdDude
    For people that write articles for a living is quite useful. But, if the clients are using AI detection tools they might reject the articles written by chatgpt.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ged3
      True - they may see it is A.I. but a lot depends on how you phrase the question or "prompt" when you ask A.I. to create an article.


      For example - you can aske Chatgpt to answer a question with a tutorial answer.


      Best Regards
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