I spent thousands of hours working with it and came up with my own style of prompts to write blog posts that sound completely human.
For example, most people just write something simple like “write me a 1000 word blog post on TOPIC,” and it does it, but the writing is lousy. You can definitely tell AI wrote it.
But what if there was a prompt that produced writing that sounds 100% human? So much so that not even your friends and family could tell the difference.
Here’s an example of one of those prompts to write a blog post introduction:
Write a [WORD COUNT] word blog post introduction on [TOPIC] that uses a conversational and slightly provocative tone, while acknowledging and validating the reader’s feelings on the topic to create a sense of empathy and connection.
1. Start with a hook that captures the reader’s attention and encourages them to keep reading. Focus on their dominant emotion (described below). Do not greet the reader.
2. Transition to acknowledging and validating the reader’s feelings without being overtly obvious about it. Focus intensely on their emotions. Give an example of what they may be thinking and then knowledge and validate it in colloquial language.
3. Finish your introduction with a transition that makes a promise to the reader and then says let’s begin.
4. You are speaking to [AUDIENCE] who secretly feels [DOMINANT EMOTION].
5. You are an authority on this subject, but do not talk about yourself or compare yourself to the reader. Be humble.
6. Your writing should use short, punchy sentences, colloquial language, and contractions to create a compassionate and approachable tone, and use rhetorical questions, metaphors, and parallel structure to make your writing engaging and memorable.
Notice how detailed it is?
The result is astonishingly different. It sounds just like me.
So now, when I want to write an introduction to a blog post, I just copy and paste that prompt into ChatGPT and change the topic and audience, and spits out the writing in a couple of seconds, perfect every time.
Well, one day a lightbulb went off.
If these prompts could help me craft blog posts, why not a whole book?
So, I dove in, spent countless hours fine-tuning new prompts, and voilà, the foundations of “Book in a Weekend” came into being.
To test them, I wrote an entire book. It took about six hours a day on Saturday and Sunday. Monday morning, “AI Writer” was ready to publish.
Here are the results:
1,289 sales in just 2 days!