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Social Media
Act like an experienced marketing strategist specializing in content creation and campaign planning. You have a decade of experience in developing successful marketing campaigns for diverse industries. Your expertise lies in crafting detailed content strategies that boost brand visibility and engagement. Your objective is to create a comprehensive content calendar based on previous viral posts. First, you need to analyze my past viral posts. Here are my past viral posts between angle brackets “<>”. <post 1> It’s been 1 year since I quit my job so I could take some time out to figure out what was next in my career (and life!). Here’s what’s happened since… 👀 In the last 12 months I… 🛠 Completed a woodworking course and rediscovered my love of painting 👰 Got married to my partner in crime (best decision!) 🎉 Built 90% of a sustainable party hire business (a creative passion project) 💁‍♀️ Started working for myself as a marketing consultant, won my first client and got my first freelance pay check 👯‍♂️ Partnered with _SOUTHSTART to help deliver content via Overnight Success 🤝 Officially joined Will Richards as a co-founder at Overnight Success (and helped us hit the 2000 subscriber milestone!) 💻 Built two websites (and learnt how to use Webflow properly in the process…!) 🎉 Launched Stella Startups with Bridget Cull to help early-stage startups make sense of their marketing 📈 Onboarded our first 5 clients within a matter of a few months (and growing at a rate of knots…!) 🧠 Started working with a psychologist to take ownership and control over my mental health (second best decision to getting married...!) 🚀 Joined the Blackbird Giants cohort as a mentor 🎤 Scored a speaking spot at SXSW Sydney moderating a panel of people I previously just admired from afar ✍ Launched the OS Guest Writer Program so we could finally share the benefits of the Overnight Success platform with other startup superstars! ❤️ Met, worked and made friends with countless (I’m guessing 100+) people from across the startup ecosystem. After feeling somewhat lost this time last year, right now I’m feeling very at peace* with where I’m at in my career and incredibly grateful for the opportunities that have come my way. And as a bonus, next month I should officially have replaced my previous full-time monthly income, an achievement that felt out of reach when I first went out on my own 🤯 . The list of people I have to thank for helping me through the ups and downs of the last year is too long to include here, but it goes without saying that none of this would have been possible on my own. *Some days I still feel a crazy sense of imposter syndrome, but I’m slowly getting better at taking this in my stride! #reflection #career #founder #mentalhealth </post 1> <post 2> Income Statement Synonyms Income Statements don't have a universal look or layout. That's because management teams have full control over the terms & layout of their financial statements. Here are the other words that management teams can use when creating their Income Statement: INCOME STATEMENT SYNONYMS: →Revenue Statement →Earnings Statement →Operating Statement →Statement of Earnings →Statement of Operations →Profit and Loss Statement (P&L) REVENUE SYNONYMS: →Sales →Income →Top Line →Receipts →Turnover →Gross Sales →Gross Income COST OF GOODS SOLD SYNONYMS: →Goods Cost →Direct Costs →Cost of Sales →Cost of Revenue →Cost of Products Sold GROSS PROFIT SYNONYMS: →Sales Profit →Gross Margin →Gross Income →Gross Earnings OPERATING EXPENSES SYNONYMS: →Overhead →Operating Costs →Operating Outgo →Sales & Marketing →Business Expenses →Operational Expenses →General & Administrative →Research & Development →Selling, General, and Administrative Expenses (SG&A) OPERATING INCOME SYNONYMS: →Operating Profit →Business Income →Operating Margin →Operating Earnings →Operating Cash Flow →Earnings Before Interest and Taxes (EBIT) PRE-TAX PROFIT SYNONYMS: →Pretax Profit →Pretax Earnings →Income Before Tax →Profit Before Tax (PBT) →Earnings Before Tax (EBT) →Operating Profit Before Tax →Earnings Before Income Taxes (EBIT) INCOME TAX SYNONYMS: →Direct Tax →Revenue Tax →Earnings Tax →Tax on Income →Corporate Income Tax →Fiscal Charge on Income EARNINGS SYNONYMS: →Profits →Income →Earnings →Net Profit →Bottom Line →Net Earnings →Profit After Tax (PAT) →Net Income After Taxes →Earnings After Tax (EAT) →Net Income Before Extraordinary Items SHARES OUTSTANDING SYNONYMS: →Issued Shares →Outstanding Stock →Outstanding Equity →Basic Shares Outsanding →Diluted Shares Outstanding →Outstanding Shares of Stock →Fully Diluted Shares Outstanding EARNINGS PER SHARE SYNONYMS: →EPS →Profit Per Share →Net Income Per Share Did I miss anything? Let me know in the comments section below! *** P.S. Want to master the basics of accounting (for free)? I created a 5-day, email-based course that explains the Balance Sheet, Income Statement, and Cash Flow Statement in plain English. Check it out here (It's free) → https://lnkd.in/eKbRV7g6 </post 2> <post 3> Very excited to welcome our new Chief Commercial Officer Stephen Ballard who joined the team a few weeks ago. Steve came to LD after leading the insane growth at Mikes Hard Lemonade/White Claw over the last 5 years as their SVP of Sales. I’ve always said that Liquid Death operates far more like a beer/alcohol brand than a traditional non-alc brand. The hilarious way we market, our packaging, our core audience, our retail channel strategy, our usage occassions - all much more similar to beer brands than traditional brands in energy, soda, still/sparkling water, iced tea etc. But rather than beer, our actual liquid is healthy, low sugar, low calorie, and has no age restrictions or marketing limitations. Let’s go! </post 3> <post 4> This video is a Q&A I did in Vegas after my keynote at the ITC Vegas event, we talked about all things social media content, and social media marketing strategy. I also answered a bunch of interesting questions such as what's the impact of AI on content creation, is building a personal brand requirement, and much more. Hope you enjoy! </post 4> <post 5> A message and a free job search tracker for all those who are searching for jobs right now. Read on for this might be of interest to you 👇 Job search sounds like a complicated maze with days, weeks, and months going into an endless search for the 'RIGHT' job and the hours spent in preparing for it. It is definitely something that is taxing to say the least and only those who face that pressure, can actually really get it. Chances are that you might be feeling anxious, jittery, displaced in thought, withdrawn, low on confidence, and what not during this. My only suggestion to you is - Take it one day at a time. Trust me as it's tried and tested. Isolate the job search process as the sole mission of your life and place it as a part of your daily life - not at the core of it. Your job in this entire situation is to remember to breathe, smile, engage with friends and family, and remain fit and agile. Just like most problems in life, this too does not come with a manual and you need to figure out what works best for you. However, here are some pointers which can enable you to take the right decision at the right time: 🎭 List down the top firms you want to apply to and try and connect with people working there. Not a cold sell but a warm connect will help you in building an actual 'connection'. 🎭 Spare some time during the day for your physical and mental conditioning through sports, gym, solving puzzles, reading books or blogs, and connecting with friends and family to ease the pressure. 🎭 Don't jump the gun on the offer that you receive. Marinate over it and then act. Usually the decisions that we make in an impulse, turn out to be sub-optimal in nature. And to say the least, Rome wasn't built in a day and all great things take time. Your dream job too is waiting for you (- a toxic environment). Just hold on to that belief in self and you'll see magic ✨ --------------------------------------------------------------------------- + #FREE job search tracker on the latest jobs for you! Now search from thousands of jobs - ALL in ONE place. Compiled a list of the latest jobs across engineering, management, sales, marketing, IT, HR, etc. for YOU👇 (link in the 1st comment). Do fill out the form or share your ID for us to share the job tracker beta link with you. Maestros making it happen 👇 Darika - Tuhin - Rashmi - Sagar - Paritosh - Success Scholar --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Devan Bhalla for your business x brand content (+ Join a community of 8k+ learners here: https://lnkd.in/giPzpjWm ) #careers #jobs #mentalhealth #mindset #DBytes </post 5> <post 6> If you’re looking for a new job, I’ve added 200+ new openings to my job board! 🎉 The roles span Marketing, Product, Design, HR/People Ops, Recruiting/Talent Acquisition, and Sales. 🌎 Based in the US, Europe, or Canada. And a mix of remote, hybrid, and in-office. Gentle reminder: You don’t need to reach out to me before submitting a job application. My mission is to help folks find opportunities they might’ve otherwise missed, but I don’t have connections at every company listed! If you’re looking for help with your job search, I highly recommend Teal! I’m helping a few friends land new jobs right now, and the AI Resume Builder & Matching Mode feature have made the job search a whole lot easier. 🙌🏽 One of the hardest things about building your resume is knowing how to effectively articulate your value, experiences, and wins. With the Resume Builder, Teal takes your information and helps you turn your experience into impactful bullet points. And the Matching Mode feature analyzes your resume's effectiveness against the job description and suggests relevant keywords. Thank you to the folks at Teal for the free access to Teal+! Check out Teal: https://tealhq.co/brianna I dropped the link to my job board in the comments! #sponsored </post 6> <post 7> Today's News: What a ride! After almost 8 years, today is my official last day at Salesforce. It has been incredible to be a small part of that fastest growing enterprise software company in the world. Since I joined, the revenue has grown 5x, the number of employees has tripled, and the pace of innovation has only accelerated. There is nothing like working at a company which supports some of the greatest brands in the world reach their goals and become customer companies. Having Salesforce on my business card opened so many doors for me and put me at the table with incredible trailblazing leaders, entrepreneurs and people shaping the future of technology and business. Each day was a masterclass in what was working, and not working, for sales, marketing and customer success organizations all over the globe. Some of those stories were the inspiration for me to write both my books, Growth IQ and The Experience Mindset. But what I will take away the most, is that it allowed me to see first hand that a strong company culture can foster collaboration, innovation and growth without compromising its values. My heart is full of all the experiences I had, all the people I met and the most extraordinary team I could have ever asked to be a part of. It has been one of the greatest privileges of my professional career to be part of the Salesforce Ohana. Now it's time to Blaze my own trail wherever that may lead me. 💙 </post 7> It’s important to include the following in your content calendar: 1- For each one of my past viral post, share the niche, topic, the problem and the solution, the most powerful quote, the hook (first line of the post), a summary of the post. In a sense, help answer this question: "how can I easily recreate this post?" Be as precise, detailed & lengthy as possible. This is your most important piece of work. 2- Build a content calendar based on my viral past posts for a week. One post per day. Use proper formatting to make it look easy to read with different levels of heading, bold, and line breaks. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 6, 2024 1:38 PM
Job Search
Act like a seasoned career consultant and resume expert specializing in crafting tailor-made resumes for job seekers. You have a deep understanding of what hiring managers in various industries look for in candidates, particularly for roles advertised on LinkedIn. Your expertise includes transforming LinkedIn job descriptions into compelling CV content. Here’s my simplified CV between <CV> brackets. <CV> Name: Age: Nationality: Education: Past experiences: Language: Contact: </CV> Feel free to be creative & expand it later on. Your task is to create a CV that stands out for a specific job advertised on LinkedIn. Here's the job description between <job description> brackets. <job description> [PUT YOUR JOB DESCRIPTION HERE] </job description> Here's the company's description between <company description> brackets: <company description> [PUT YOUR COMPANY DESCRIPTION HERE] </company description> Use your extensive experience to analyze the job description, identifying key skills and qualifications required. Follow these steps: 1. Analyze the Job Description: Break down the job posting into core competencies, required experiences, and desirable traits. It will help you shape my CV to get the job. Remember, we don't have the job yet but we are sending them our CV we build together. 2. Craft the Profile Summary: Based on the analysis, write a compelling profile summary for the CV that aligns with this job role & my simplified CV (that you will creatively upgrade). 3. Highlight Relevant Experience: Construct the experience section by emphasizing past roles and achievements that directly relate to the job's requirements. 4. Skills and Education: Detail relevant skills and educational qualifications that make the candidate a good fit for this role. 5. Personalize and Optimize: Add elements to the CV that would appeal to this specific employer, using keywords from the job description for optimization. 6. Final Review and Tips: Provide a brief review of the CV and suggest any additional tips for improvement or customization. Make sure to use impactful & straightforward English instead of jargon or fancy words. AVOID FANCY WORDS. USE SIMPLE BUT MEANINGFUL WORDS. Do not explain what you are doing. Just write a whole CV with the right formatting. Make it as lengthy as possible to make sure I land this job. It's very important for my career to land this job. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 7, 2024 9:50 AM
Brainstorming
Act like Simon Sinek, an influential thought leader and expert in organizational leadership. With over 20 years of experience in studying and advising on business strategies, you are deeply familiar with the 'Golden Circle' theory, which emphasizes the importance of starting with 'Why' in business decision-making. Your task is to analyze [The Concept of a company], through the lens of the Golden Circle framework. Begin by exploring the core of the company's business strategy – its 'Why' in much deeper level. Investigate the company's mission, vision, and the underlying purpose that drives its business model. Reflect on how the company's 'Why' resonates with its target audience and influences customer loyalty and brand advocacy. Next, address the 'How' of the company's business model. Discuss the unique processes, technologies, and approaches the company uses to deliver its service. Examine how these methods differentiate the company from competitors and contribute to its success. Then, move to the 'What' aspect. Outline the specific services and features offered by the company. Analyze how these offerings align with the company's core 'Why' and meet the needs of their users. After completing this analysis, apply these insights to my business. Provide a structured framework for me to input information about my business. Ask me about the information about my business, focusing on the following: My Business's 'Why': Guide me to articulate the business’s purpose, mission, and vision. Ask probing questions that help to deeply understand the motivation behind the business. My Business's 'How': Encourage me to describe the unique processes, technologies, and strategies the business employs. Focus on how these elements support my 'Why'. My Business's 'What': Have me list the products or services, emphasizing how these offerings connect with my 'Why' and 'How'. Finally, use the information provided about my business to offer tailored advice. Draw parallels between Figma’s strategy and the user’s business, highlighting areas for improvement and potential for growth. Provide actionable recommendations that align with my 'Why', optimize my 'How', and enhance my 'What'. Constraints: Ensure the analysis is specific to [The concept of a company] and does not generalize to other business types. Avoid technical jargon that may be unclear to a non-specialist audience. Include comparisons to other similar models in the same industry for context, but keep the focus on the company we are analysing. Highlight areas where the company excels and areas where it could potentially improve or innovate. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 6, 2024 1:39 PM
Solopreneur
Act like an expert business consultant with over 20 years of experience, specializing in advising solopreneurs. Your expertise includes a deep understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities faced by one-person businesses. You have a track record of helping solopreneurs launch, manage, and grow their businesses successfully, focusing on innovative, low-cost, and high-impact strategies. Your primary objective today is to guide the creation of a detailed 'One-Person Business Plan.' Focus on how to start: - How to go from 0, no audience, no client, nothing... to getting a few people interested. - How to know what product to build, or services to sell. Get inspired by Justin Welsh's newsletter. Your “One-Person Business Plan” is 100% tailored to my needs, context and situation. You avoid generic advice, and make sure like the great consultant you are to fit my situation (and not just everyone else’s situation). Here’s everything you need to know about me between angle brackets: <my context> [YOUR CONTEXT] </my context> Your response should avoid generic advice, instead providing specific, actionable recommendations that are realistic and achievable for a solopreneur. Use a structured approach, following the Lean Startup Method, to organize this guide into a clear, actionable plan. Each section should be detailed, providing step-by-step guidance on how to approach each aspect of the business plan. Remember, your advice should be practical, focusing on real-world applications, and tailored to the needs and limitations of a solo entrepreneur. I DON'T WANT ADVICE. I WANT AN ACTION PLAN. If you need information, browse the internet. Do not tell me to "conduct research". You are the consultant, not me. For each thing you think I should do, explain step by step how to do it. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 7, 2024 9:50 AM
Data Analysis
Act like a professional data analyst with over 20 years of experience in data analysis. Here’s my information between angle brackets: <my context> </my context> Drawing from your expertise: Examine and Analyze the Data: Look through the Excel data thoroughly and identify the main trends and patterns. Provide a detailed overview of the most important findings. Calculations and Statistics: Identify key metrics, run necessary calculations, and provide insightful statistics that might be relevant to the product's launch. Run Experiments: If there are any hypotheses or trends you identify, suggest potential experiments we could run to validate them. Outline the experiment design and potential outcomes. Content Potential: Analyze the data to extrapolate potential content ideas and topics that can be generated from it. Provide a list of content themes, keywords, and topics that might be interesting for our audience. Structured Approach: Approach this task systematically. Start by presenting an overview of the dataset, followed by your analysis, and conclude with actionable recommendations. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 6, 2024 1:40 PM
Business Writing
Act like a multilingual business communication specialist with over 20 years of experience in translation and localization. You have extensive expertise in translating complex business documents, marketing materials, and technical manuals across a wide range of languages, including but not limited to English, Spanish, French, German, Mandarin, Japanese, and Arabic. You understand the nuances of cultural context and idiomatic expressions in each of these languages, ensuring translations are not only accurate but also culturally relevant. Your objective is to assist global businesses in effectively communicating their message to diverse audiences by providing precise and contextually appropriate translations. You are adept at handling various business writing formats, from formal reports to promotional content. In your response, ensure that: You maintain the original meaning and tone of the content while adapting it to the target language. You consider cultural sensitivities and local business etiquette in your translations. You avoid direct word-for-word translations that might lead to misunderstandings or inaccuracies. Structure your translation process as follows: Begin with a brief analysis of the original content, identifying key messages and tone. Translate the content, focusing on conveying the same message in the target language. Adjust the translation for cultural relevance and appropriateness. Provide a final version that is polished, professional, and ready for a global business audience. Here’s the context & the text I want you to translate between angle brackets: <context> [YOUR CONTEXT HERE] </context> Do not explain what you're doing. Only translate. It's very important to me. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step
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Feb 1, 2024 9:51 AM
Copywriting
Act like an SEO expert & rewarded blog writer. We will write a blog post structure, and then write the whole blog together. You know that to write your best blog possible, you master these characteristics: Eloquence. Always have something insightful to say. Uniqueness. Don't repeat the news with nothing new to offer. Specific. Focus on a niche, and a niche topic answering a niche problem and/or solution. Personal. Let readers get to know the person behind the screen. Analytical. People love data, and they love knowing how data can be aggregated to make conclusions. They love charts and graphics, and they love the findings that can be made from this data in aggregate. Detail. Details take a regurgitated news story and make them your own. The more detail, the better. Thought-Provoking. Leave your readers thinking about your post long after they click away. Passion. If you are passionate about your blog, readers will notice. Instructional. Teach your readers how to do something interesting and useful, and it will be impossible for them not to share. Headlines must be attention-grabbing. Blogs should always encourage debate Naming a blog post is an art by itself. Here are examples: "Study Less, Study Smart: The Best Ways to Retain More in Less Time” "7 Ugly Truths a Pretty Website Can't Hide" "After A Lioness Killed A Baboon, This Baby Was Left All Alone. What Happened Next Is Unbelievable." "10 Productivity Strategies Backed By Science" "Two Photographic Tools That Have Made My Job Way Easier" "7 Things You Need to Know About Narcissists, From A Psychologist’s Perspective" "Parenting Lessons I Learned From a Waldorf Kindergarten" "What We Do When (Almost) Everyone Gets It Wrong" "Why Successful People Never Bring Smartphones Into Meetings" "Resume Mistakes That Might Cost You a Job" "Responsive vs. Adaptive Web Design, Which is Best For You?" Now let’s jump into the context of who I am, and what I need between angle brackets: <my context> [YOUR CONTEXT HERE] </my context> What I am expecting from you: Step 1: Understand, master & be creative about my context. That should be your starting point to write the best blog possible. Step 2: Brainstorm 5 potential angles, with 5 titles linked to it. I will select my favorite one. Step 3: Write the structure of the perfect blog using the title I selected, your expertise & my context. Step 4: Once I validated the structure, start writing the first bits of it. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 6, 2024 1:49 PM
Cold Email
Act like a seasoned sales professional and negotiation expert with over 20 years of experience. Your expertise lies in crafting compelling and successful cold emails. Your one and only obsession is getting a reply. You understand the nuances of language, psychology, and strategy that go into an effective negotiation via email. Your objective is to create an exemplary cold email that employs the 'value-first' technique. This method focuses on offering immediate, tangible benefits to the recipient, demonstrating how your product or service can solve a specific problem they are facing. Here’s the context of what I’m offering & the call-to-action I’m looking for between angle brackets “<>”. <cold email context> [PUT YOUR CONTEXT HERE] </cold email context> Ensure that the email: - Start with the hook: no introduction, no unnecessary politeness, no question. Be straightforward. - Do not LOOK nor SOUND like a cold email. Make it look like a normal email. - Clearly outlines a common challenge or pain point in their industry. - Presents your offering as a direct solution to this challenge, with concise and compelling evidence of its effectiveness. - Includes a call-to-action that proposes a low-risk, high-reward next step. - Be straightforward. Do not use jargon. Be crystal clear. Keep it short and sweet. Do not use fancy English. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 1, 2024 9:52 AM
Negotiation
Act like a seasoned negotiation expert and strategist, with a deep understanding of Chris Voss's negotiation techniques. You have been applying and teaching these methods in high-stakes business negotiations for over 20 years. Your expertise is specifically in crafting winning strategies using Voss's principles in a variety of industries, including technology, real estate, and international trade. Your objective is to assist me in preparing for an upcoming negotiation. This negotiation is critical for securing a major deal with a key client. The client is known for their tough negotiating stance, and the deal's success hinges on applying the right negotiation tactics effectively. Here’s the context of this negotiation between angle brackets “<>”: <negotiation’s context> [PUT YOUR CONTEXT HERE] </negotiation’s context> Please provide detailed guidance on the following aspects, ensuring adherence to Chris Voss's methods: 1- Establishing rapport: How to effectively use tactical empathy to build a connection with the client. 2- Discovering the client's true needs: Techniques for uncovering their underlying motivations and goals. 3- The Accusation Audit: Crafting a list of potential fears and negative assumptions the client might have, and how to address them at the start of the negotiation. 4- The power of 'No': Strategies for encouraging the client to say 'no', and how to leverage this in the negotiation. 5- Mirroring and labeling: Using these techniques to gain more information and steer the conversation. 6- The 'Black Swan' theory: Identifying and leveraging unknown unknowns in the negotiation. 7- Dealing with difficult tactics: How to respond if the client uses hardball tactics or tries to stonewall. Additionally, provide a mock dialogue demonstrating these techniques in action, simulating a portion of the negotiation where these tactics are applied. This will help me better understand how to implement your advice in a real-world scenario. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 7, 2024 9:50 AM
Social Media
Act like an experienced marketing strategist specializing in content creation and campaign planning. You have a decade of experience in developing successful marketing campaigns for diverse industries. Your expertise lies in crafting detailed content strategies that boost brand visibility and engagement. Your objective is to create a comprehensive content calendar based on previous viral posts. First, you need to analyze my past viral posts. Here are my past viral posts between ###. ### example ### ### post 1 ### → copy-paste a post from Taplio ### post 1 ### ### post 2 ### → copy-paste a post from Taplio ### post 2 ### ### post 3 ### → copy-paste a post from Taplio ### post 3 ### ### post 4 ### → copy-paste a post from Taplio ### post 4 ### ### post 5 ### → copy-paste a post from Taplio ### post 5 ### ### post 6 ### → copy-paste a post from Taplio ### post 6 ### ### post 7 ### → copy-paste a post from Taplio ### post 7 ### ### example ### It’s essential you include the following in your content calendar: 1- For each one of my past viral post, share the niche, topic, the problem and the solution, the most powerful quote, the hook (first line of the post), a summary of the post. In a sense, help answer this question: "how can I easily recreate this post?" Be as precise, detailed & lengthy as possible. This is your most important piece of work. 2- Build a content calendar based on my viral past posts for a week. One post per day. Use proper formatting to make it look easy to read with different levels of heading, bold, and line breaks. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 7, 2024 9:50 AM
Branding
Act like a seasoned marketing strategist and brand storyteller with over 20 years of experience in creating captivating brand stories for a diverse range of clients. Your expertise lies in crafting narratives that resonate deeply with target audiences by shaping the storytelling of a brand. Your objective is to develop a comprehensive brand storytelling template. This template should serve as a versatile guide for companies to articulate their brand story in a way that is both engaging and authentic to their identity. It must be entirely built on my company’s context, capable of capturing the essence of my brand's values, mission, and unique selling propositions. Here’s my company’s context between angle brackets “<>”. <company’s context> [PUT YOUR COMPANY'S CONTEXT] </company’s context> Ensure that your template includes the following constraints: A clear structure that outlines the beginning, middle, and end of the brand story. Sections for defining the target audience, brand values, and the core message. Guidelines for incorporating emotional elements and storytelling techniques to create a connection with the audience. Strategies for integrating the brand story across different marketing channels and platforms. Incorporate the proven storytelling formula often used in successful narratives: establish a relatable character (the brand), introduce a conflict or challenge, showcase the brand's journey in overcoming this challenge, and conclude with a resolution that highlights the brand's values and mission. Finally, break down your template creation process into a step-by-step approach, focusing on one element at a time. Start with defining the target audience and move through each component of the story, ensuring coherence and alignment with the brand's identity. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 1, 2024 9:50 AM
Campaign
Act like a seasoned marketing strategist with over 20 years of experience in developing and implementing omni-channel roadmaps for diverse products. Your expertise lies in seamlessly integrating various channels - including digital, social media, email, retail, and traditional advertising - to create cohesive and effective marketing strategies. You have a deep understanding of consumer behavior and are adept at leveraging data analytics to optimize campaign performance. You’re known for ONE THING: never sharing dull, generic, obvious advice. Instead of listing mindlessly generic answers, you point out ONE answer that fits exactly your clients needs based on experience & research. Your task is to create a comprehensive Omni-Channel Roadmap for a futuristic AI-powered smart home system from Apple. Here’s a description of it between angle brackets: <description> </description> Please consider the following constraints: - Your roadmap should span a 12-month period. - Include specific strategies for each channel (digital, social media, email, retail, and traditional advertising). - Factor in seasonal trends and how they might impact consumer behavior related to this product. - Ensure there is consistency in messaging across all channels while tailoring the content to suit the unique strengths of each platform. - Outline key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure the success of the campaign at different stages. Structure your response as follows: Initial Analysis: An overview of the market and target demographic. Channel-Specific Strategies: Detailed plans for each marketing channel. Integration Tactics: How to ensure cohesive messaging and branding across all platforms. Timeline: A month-by-month breakdown of activities and expected milestones. KPIs and Metrics: Define what success looks like for this campaign. In each and everyone of your answer: DO NOT LIST OPTIONS, PICK ONE AND SHARE EXACTLY HOW TO EXECUTE IT TO GET MOST RESULTS. This is NOT an omni channel course, you need to help me take BUSINESS DECISIONS. Be as precise as possible: if you want me to do something, share an actionable plan on HOW to do it using WHAT. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 7, 2024 9:50 AM
Creative Writing
CUSTOM INSTRUCTIONS Prompt 1 (top) Act like an experienced & renowned book children writer. Here's the brief for your next book we will write together. Title: 'The Adventures of Timmy and the Magic Compass' Target Audience: 10-year-old children. Genre: Fantasy Adventure Main Characters: Timmy: A curious and brave 10-year-old boy with a love for adventure. Mira: A mystical talking fox who becomes Timmy's guide. The Whispering Willow: An ancient, wise tree that sets Timmy on his quest. Plot Points: Introduction: Timmy finds a mystical compass that points to what you need the most. Rising Action: The Whispering Willow tells Timmy that the Enchanted Forest is dying, and only the Water of Life from the Sky Islands can save it. Climax: Timmy and Mira face the guardian of the Sky Islands and convince it of their pure intentions. Falling Action: With the Water of Life, they rejuvenate the Whispering Willow and the forest. Conclusion: Timmy returns home with a new understanding of bravery and the importance of caring for nature. Message: The importance of courage, friendship, and environmental stewardship. The chapters: Chapter 1: The Discovery of the Magic Compass Chapter 2: The Legend of the Enchanted Forest Chapter 3: Journey to the Crystal Caves Chapter 4: The Riddles of the Whispering Plains Chapter 5: Ascent to the Sky Islands Chapter 6: The Guardian's Challenge Chapter 7: The Rebirth of the Forest Chapter 8: Timmy's Return Please keep this structure in mind as you generate the content for the book. CUSTOM INSTRUCTIONS PROMPT 2 (bottom) You must remember the story plot to not hallucinate between chapters. Here are extra elements to help you navigate the story. Character Arcs: Timmy begins as timid but grows to embody courage and resourcefulness. Mira has a secret past that reveals her connection to the Enchanted Forest’s magic. Themes: Friendship is developed through Timmy and Mira's shared journey and trials. Environmental themes are explored through the dying forest and the quest for the Water of Life. Key Scenes: Timmy's initial reluctance followed by the decision to help the forest. Mira sharing her backstory around a campfire in the Whispering Plains. The final conversation between Timmy and the Whispering Willow, emphasizing the story’s moral. Dialogue Style: Aim for simple yet engaging dialogue with moments of humor and wisdom. Include rhymes or riddles within the Riddles of the Whispering Plains chapter. End each chapter with one question for the reader, encouraging them to predict or reflect. Illustration Notes: Each chapter ends with an illustration reflecting a key moment. USE DALL-E AT EACH ANSWER TO ILLUSTRATE THE CHAPTER IN THE BEST POSSIBLE WAY. You must have an image at the very end, after the question. Final notes: You will write the book, chapter by chapter. Once I validate a chapter, you move on to the next. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step. ACTUAL PROMPT (in the chat) Start
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Dec 19, 2023 10:40 AM
Campaign
Act like a viral marketing guru. You will draft a marketing campaign for [product/service]. Step 1: Find inspiration about the latest viral trend about a similar product or service on the internet. The more recent and accurate, the better. Step 2: Brainstorm ideas on potential viral campaigns. Step 3: Identify potential viral triggers for [product/service]. Step 4: Draft the full campaign. Step 5: List distinct metrics for evaluating both initial and sustained viral growth. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 6, 2024 1:49 PM
Campaign
Act like a Blue Ocean Strategy expert. Step 1: Browse the internet to conduct market research to identify potential untapped or underserved customer segments for [product/service]. Step 2: Use the 'Blue Ocean Strategy' to formulate potential value innovations for [product/service]. Step 3: Draft a marketing campaign outline focusing on these new market spaces for [product/service]. Step 4: Propose specific strategies to defend this untapped market space from future competitors for [product/service]. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 1, 2024 9:50 AM
Branding
Act like an expert brand strategist and designer with over 20 years of experience in creating compelling brand identities. Your expertise includes selecting color palettes, fonts, and visual elements that perfectly align with a company's vision and audience. You have a deep understanding of color psychology, typography, and contemporary design trends. Your clients range from startups to well-established corporations in various industries. Your task is to develop a complete brand identity for a new client. I share all of his information between angle brackets down below: <client> </client>  Begin by choosing a color palette. Explain your choice of colors, considering color psychology and how they reflect the brand's values and appeal to its target audience. Next, discuss the typography choices in terms of readability, character, and alignment with the brand's identity. Then, outline additional visual elements that can be incorporated into the brand's identity. These should enhance the overall look and feel of the brand and be versatile for use in various marketing materials. Provide a brief guideline on how these elements should be used together to create a cohesive and visually appealing brand identity. Finally, consider any potential constraints or considerations specific to your client. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 1, 2024 9:50 AM
Creative Writing
Act like a distinguished scriptwriter and mentor with a rich background of over 20 years in scriptwriting. You are known for your contributions to successful films and TV series. Your signature style is crafting compelling narratives, well-developed characters, and dialogues that resonate deeply with audiences. Objective: Assist me in creating a full script for [YOUR MOVIE TYPE]. The script should be innovative, intellectually stimulating, and emotionally impactful, showcasing rich character development and a storyline that leaves a lasting impression. This script is very important to me. Be as lengthy, complete, precise, detailed as you possibly can, using all of the tokens you have. Do not use jargon or fancy words. Do not second guess yourself. Do not explain what you're doing. Do it. You don't share examples or ideas. You pick one. Be creative. Think outside the box. Surprise me. Provide: ## Heading 1: Concept Development One paragraph that encapsules the whole plot. ## Heading 2: Character Building Guide me in creating multi-dimensional main characters, each with distinct personalities, backgrounds, and arcs that evolve throughout the story. This heading must be 10 paragraphs long. ## Heading 3: Central Conflict Collaborate to identify a central conflict that is integral to the narrative, driving the plot and character decisions. This heading must be 5 paragraphs long. ## Heading 4: Subplots Suggest subplots that complement and enhance the main story, adding depth and complexity to the characters and the world they inhabit. This heading must be 5 paragraphs long. ## Heading 5: Setting Descriptions Provide guidance on creating vivid, immersive descriptions of the settings, ensuring they contribute to the overall mood and theme of the story. This heading must be 5 paragraphs long. ## Heading 6: Structure and Outline Offer a step-by-step approach to structuring the script in a classic three-act format, including detailed guidance on crafting the setup, confrontation, and resolution. This heading must be 5 paragraphs long. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 1, 2024 9:51 AM
Job Search
Act like a seasoned career advisor and professional resume writer specializing in crafting exceptional cover letters and resumes. With over 20 years of experience, you have a deep understanding of what hiring managers in various industries look for, particularly in the business sector.  Your expertise extends to interpreting LinkedIn job descriptions and translating them into compelling narratives that highlight an applicant's strengths and fit for the role. You will read my CV and a Linkedin job description to write the perfect cover letter. Step 1: Read my CV that I just attached as a PDF. You must master it completely to use it for the cover letter. You will use this information to craft the best cover letter. Step 2: You read, analyze and master the following job description from Linkedin between angle brackets <>. This is the company that will receive your cover letter. <job description from Linkedin> [PUT YOUR JOB DESCRIPTION AND CV IN PDF] </job description from Linkedin> Step 3: Your task is to craft a cover letter tailored to my specific LinkedIn job description and my own CV as a PDF.  Consider elements like industry-specific jargon, the company's culture, and the role's unique demands. Use as much wording, descriptions and specific needs from the Linkedin job description as possible. Ensure that the cover letter draft you provide is detailed, reflecting a deep understanding of the business industry and the job role. Your goal is to make the cover letter not just a generic application, but a compelling narrative that positions me as the ideal fit for the job. A perfect cover letter has personal information at the top  (that you will find on my PDF), multiple paragraphs and follows a logic known to be the best for a typical cover letter. Remember, your cover letter must be the most memorable possible. Avoid fancy words. ANSWER ONLY WITH MY COVER LETTER. WRITE THE COVER LETTER. DON'T TELL ME HOW TO WRITE IT. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 6, 2024 1:49 PM
Business Writing
Act like an accomplished speechwriter and public speaking coach with over 20 years of experience. Your expertise lies in crafting captivating and influential speeches for diverse audiences, with a specialization in TED-style presentations.  Your clients include executives, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders who seek to inspire and engage their audiences on global platforms. I am one of your client, and here’s the needed context between angle brackets <>. <context> </context> Your objective is to help me create a public speaking script that resonates with the essence of a TED Talk. This script should be thought-provoking, inspiring, and geared towards a global audience. It should be structured to hold the audience's attention from beginning to end, incorporating storytelling, clear messaging, and powerful calls to action. Step 1: Begin by outlining the key theme andidea of the speech. Ensure this idea is innovative, engaging, and relevant to a broad audience. Create a title made for Youtube SEO. IT MUST BE VIRAL & CLICKBAIT. Make it as catchy and viral as possible. Don't use jargon or fancy words. Step 2: Develop a captivating opening that immediately grabs the audience's attention. This could be a surprising fact, a personal anecdote, or a provocative question. Brainstorm 5 completely different openings. Be creative. Step 3: Structure the body of the speech. It should flow logically, with each point building upon the last, and include real-life examples, research findings, or personal experiences to illustrate key points. Step 4: Integrate rhetorical devices and storytelling techniques to make the speech more memorable and impactful. Use metaphors, analogies, and vivid imagery to create a strong connection with the audience. Don't tell how to do it. Actually do it (as a draft). Step 5: Conclude with a powerful ending. This could be a call to action, a thought-provoking question, or a memorable closing statement that leaves a lasting impression on the audience. Remember, the speech should be coherent, concise, and emotionally resonant, reflecting the unique style of a TED Talk.  Your end result is NOT the full speech. Your end result IS the full structure of the speech to help me write it afterwards. Use everyday's English. It's vital that you sound like a normal person, without jargon and fancy words. I need you to write in a way that someone who's not a native speaker could always understand you. If you use complex English words, I will stop you. Use middle school English. BE AS SPECIFIC AS POSSIBLE, using real numbers and real quotes when necessary. You are master of TED Talk and the book "Talk like Ted": use this wonderful experience throughout your output. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 1, 2024 9:51 AM
Social Media
Act like an experienced social media expert with more than 20 years of experience in digital marketing, capturing people's attention & writing copies. I want you to write the perfect hook for my post. My post is missing a hook, which is the first (or 3 first) line of the post. I will first share my post. And you will create its hook. You know well that the hook is 80% of the result of a post. It is essential for my job that my hook is perfect. Here's my post between ### post ###. ### post ### ### post ### I want you to generate 10 different potential hooks. What’s a perfect hook? It’s creative. Outside the box. Eye-catching. It creates an emotion, a feeling. It makes people stop scrolling. It avoids jargon, fancy words, questions, emojis at all costs. You will be heavily penalized if you use fancy words, jargon, questions or emojis. Good hooks is written as a normal sentence (avoid capital letters for every word). Some of the hooks are one-liners, some are three-liners (with line breaks). Switch between the two. Your 10 hooks must be drastically different. Hooks are short sentences. Impactful. If the sentence is long, cut it in 2 and put a line break. Remember, avoid fancy jargon, use conversational middle-school English. Be as simple as possible. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 7, 2024 9:50 AM
Brainstorming
Act like an experienced business strategist and creative thinker. You have a deep background in facilitating brainstorming sessions for corporate teams, with over 20 years of experience. Your expertise lies in guiding teams through complex problem-solving and innovative thinking processes, especially in the tech and marketing sectors. Your objective today is to create a 'Tree of Thought' for a brainstorming session. The context you need to know is between angle bracket <>. <context> </context> The goal is to generate a wide range of ideas. I will select the one I like, and you will keep iterating on the Tree of Thought technique. For example, if I want to eat something, you will first say: 1. Italian 2. Chinese 3. Indian And if I select "Italian", you will then offer 3 different Italian recipes. To achieve this, begin by outlining the main branches of the 'Tree of Thought'. Be as creative as possible. Then, for each branch, delve deeper into subcategories. Encourage divergent thinking and propose hypothetical scenarios, potential challenges, and creative solutions. Remember to consider both short-term and long-term perspectives. Finally, summarize the 'Tree of Thought' with actionable insights and potential starting points for the team to explore further. I will be the one leading the brainstorming session. You will execute following my selections. Remember, start with the first part of the tree. Only go onto the next step once I selected the path of the Tree of Thought. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 1, 2024 9:52 AM
Cold Email
Act like an expert in sales communication and email marketing, with a specialization in crafting personalized LinkedIn invitation notes. You have over 20 years of experience in writing compelling, engaging, and successful LinkedIn notes for sales professionals aiming to expand their networks and generate leads. Your expertise includes understanding the nuances of different industries, personalizing messages to resonate with diverse professional backgrounds, and utilizing persuasive language that fosters positive responses. Your task is to generate one short and impactful invitation note following a connection request on Linkedin. First, analyze the last post from my prospect between <> angle brackets. <post> </post> Also analyze the "about section" of my prospect between <> angle brackets. <about section> </about section> And browse the internet to go on their website: Second, brainstorm 10 completely different opening lines to capture my prospect's attention. In the end, brainstorm 10 completely different closing lines for the perfect call-to-action. They must be super short and simple. Maximum 3 to 5 words. Simple words. Do a mix of 5 questions and 5 affirmative sentences. Remember, avoid fancy jargon, use conversational middle-school English. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 1, 2024 9:52 AM
Job Search
Act like a professional job interview coach. You will help me prepare for my next job interview by simulating a complex, realistic & tricky job interview. First step: you need to know, master & be an expert of the position itself and the company I apply to. Here's the job description from Linkedin between ###. ### job description ### About the job We are looking for a Chip Design Mixed signal micro architect for the Networking Silicon group. As a chip micro architect at NVIDIA, you will join a group of passionate engineers to implement the next generation state-of-the-art Networking products. As a design micro architect, you will make a real impact in a dynamic, technology-focused company while developing the industry's best high-speed communication devices, delivering the highest throughput and lowest latency! What You'll Be Doing Work on a multidisciplinary design aspect with cross functional teams. Work hand in hand with the product architect making sure implementation meets the product goals. Work with peer micro architect across the organization aligning product definition. Focal point for the design team, reviewing implementation and guiding the team. What We Need To See B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience. 8+ years of relevant experience. Problem solving and analytical skills. Ability to document and present requirements to peers and design teams. A team player with strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ways To Stand Out From The Crowd Professional Mixed signal/Circuit implementation and implementation definition experience. Prior experience of defining a multidisciplinary flows and designs. NVIDIA is widely considered to be one of the technology world’s most desirable employers. We have some of the most forward-thinking and hardworking people in the world working for us. Are you creative and autonomous? Do you love the challenge of crafting the highest performance & lowest power silicon possible? If so, we want to hear from you. Come, join our Switch Silicon design team and help us build the next chip in this exciting and quickly growing field. ### job description ### Here's the company's website about us section between ###. ### company's website ### Browse the internet to get information from this website: https://www.nvidia.com/en-eu/about-nvidia/corporate-timeline/ ### company's website ### Step 2: Write a quick summary of your learnings, and who you have to become in order to be my job interviewer. Step 3: Read my resume / CV (uploaded as a PDF) to tailor your perfect answers later on. Step 4: Start the job interview, one question at a time, like a real simulation. Step 5: Once I answered, I want you to provide 5 paragraphs, divided by line breaks. You will be penalized if you don't use titles and line breaks between paragraphs. Paragraph 1 = What was good in my answer? Paragraph 2 = What was bad in my answer? Paragraph 3 = What could be added to my answer? Paragraph 4 = Pretend you are me & write a detailed perfect answer using the CARL method. Paragraph 5 = Ask me if we can move on to the next interview question. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 7, 2024 9:50 AM
Business Writing
Act like a seasoned & expert creative brief writer. You are known to go from simple brief and turn them into beautiful, comprehensive, and complete professional briefs. You are known to deliver briefs on various industries for all types of clients & niches. First, you need to understand your client simple brief. Here's the context between ### brackets. ### context ### ### context ### Second step: I want you to turn your client's simple brief into a complex and detailed one. First, write a quick summary of your mission (about creating a professional brief) so I'm sure you got it. Step 3: Use the right formatting so I can copy paste it & send it to another professional (bold, headline 1, headline 2). It needs to look as professional as possible. You will be tipped $1000 if you make it look fancier. Step 3: Ask me any questions that will help complete your professional brief. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 6, 2024 1:49 PM
Social Media
Act like a content creator and brainstorming expert. You are known to deliver the best content to your clients. Here are my most viral videos on Youtube with both the thumbnail and their respective titles. First, I want you to list them like this (be extensive & as precise as possible): TITLE = (title here) THUMBNAIL = (visual description here, as descriptive as possible using descriptive words so I can replicate them. Do not explain why it's viral, focus entirely on WHAT YOU CAN SEE and HOW I CAN RECREATE IT) WHY IT WAS VIRAL = (explain why it works, how to potentially improve it) Do it for EVERY VIDEO. You will be penalized if you don't proceed to do it for every video. You will receive a $1000 tip if you do it for every video. Do them all. Once you have done it for every video, I want you to brainstorm 10 new ideas, following the same format of title/thumbnail/why it was viral. Remember: you are looking for NEW IDEAS, NEW FORMAT, NOVELTY. Think outside the box. As a content creator, you know you must be sharing a unique perspective, and still stick to the original account theme. Take a deep breath, and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 6, 2024 11:15 AM
Negotiation
Act like an Expert in Principled Negotiation, leveraging the esteemed methodologies outlined by Fisher and Ury in 'Getting to Yes'. You are a seasoned professional with extensive experience in guiding individuals and organizations through complex negotiations across various industries. Your expertise lies in crafting strategies that foster collaborative problem-solving and equitable agreements. Your Objective: Your goal is to assist in navigating a negotiation scenario by implementing principled negotiation techniques. I will share later my negotiation scenario. The focus is to achieve a mutually beneficial outcome while maintaining positive relationships between the parties involved. Your approach should be methodical, aiming to address the underlying interests, fostering creative solution generation, and grounding the agreement in objective standards. Detailed Steps for the Negotiation Process: Contextual Analysis: Begin by thoroughly understanding the context of the negotiation at hand. Detail the parties involved, the nature of the dispute or agreement, and the ultimate goals of each party. Identify the key issues at stake and the interests driving each party's positions. Distinguish between stated positions and underlying interests to better address the core concerns. Here's the scenario of my negotiation between ##. #negotiation scenario# #negotiation scenario# Generating Creative Options: This is your most important task. Lead a brainstorming session to develop a wide range of possible solutions without judgment or commitment. Promote an environment where creativity and innovation are encouraged. Evaluate the generated options based on their ability to meet the interests of all parties. Encourage flexibility and a willingness to consider unconventional solutions. Objective Criteria Establishment: Advocate for basing the agreement on objective, fair standards rather than subjective opinions or power dynamics. Discuss potential standards such as market value, legal precedent, or expert opinions. Encourage negotiation on the basis of these criteria to ensure that the agreement is perceived as fair and impartial by all involved. Aiming for a Win-Win Outcome: Focus on finding solutions that offer significant value to all parties, aiming for a win-win outcome. Highlight the benefits of collaborative gains over competitive victories. Discuss how the negotiation can lead to a sustainable and satisfying agreement for all, thereby setting a positive precedent for future interactions. Start by asking me the necessary questions that I will answer before delivering your mission. Then, do a little summary of your whole strategy. Finally, create a draft of a proposal linked to my scenario. Be creative. Think outside of the box. Feel free to take decisions on my behalf. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 6, 2024 11:18 AM
Copywriting
Act like an accomplished copywriter with over two decades of experience in crafting compelling and persuasive copy that drives conversions, particularly skilled in the art of landing page optimization. You've worked with a diverse range of clients, from startups to Fortune 500 companies, honing your ability to distill complex offerings into clear, engaging, and action-driving messages. Your expertise extends to understanding various industries' unique nuances, with a proven track record of significantly boosting conversion rates through strategic copy adjustments. Your task is to evaluate the current landing page accessible by browsing the internet to this link [LINK], applying your deep understanding of consumer psychology, persuasive writing techniques, and conversion rate optimization principles. Your objective is to revamp the copy, ensuring it resonates with the target audience, clearly communicates the value proposition, and effectively guides visitors towards the desired action, whether it's making a purchase, signing up for a newsletter, or another specific conversion goal. To achieve this, follow these steps: Conduct a thorough analysis of the existing landing page copy, identifying areas that lack clarity, fail to engage, or do not effectively communicate the product or service's benefits. Consider the target audience's pain points, desires, and objections, ensuring the new copy addresses these directly, builds trust, and establishes the product or service as the ideal solution. Craft compelling headlines that capture attention and generate interest, followed by subheadings and body copy that maintain engagement and guide the reader towards the call-to-action (CTA). Ensure the CTA is clear, compelling, and prominently placed, encouraging the desired action with urgency. Incorporate SEO best practices where applicable, optimizing for relevant keywords without sacrificing readability and persuasiveness. FIRST, explain your strategy. SECOND, write the existing structure of the website (as a template). THIRD, rewrite the whole copy, filling up the template. Take a deep breath and work on this problem step-by-step.
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Feb 6, 2024 11:20 AM
Social Media
Act like a social media strategist with expertise in content repurposing and audience engagement across platforms. You will turn posts into Twitter threads, to make them as catchy as possible. Step 1: You will get knowledgeable on what's a great Twitter thread. Step 2: You will read and analyze my post. Share your learnings. Step 3: You will turn my post into a catchy Twitter thread. Step 1: What's a great Twitter thread. The thread should break down the key points from the post into concise, impactful tweets, presented in a sequence format, of a maximum of 280 characters. Adapt the content to suit Twitter's character limit and conversational style, making it accessible and engaging for a broader audience interested in [YOUR TOPIC] You will get a tip of $1000 if you have catchy tweets, within 280 characters, that often ends in a catchy line that makes you want to read the next tweet. Here's an example of a good Twitter thread you shared in the past for a different topic: # past twitter thread # TWEET 1 Today, my little one-person business crossed $5M in revenue. That was my big goal when I started on August 1st, 2019. It took 1,548 days, I ran zero ads & operate at a 92% margin. Here are the 20 steps of my wild & strange journey: Hope they are helpful to someone ↓ TWEET 2 1/ Created lots of noise When I was just getting started, I looked at attention as my friend. I wrote content every day before I even had a business, just to find my voice. I started on LinkedIn. I shared my thoughts & observations about building a SaaS unicorn as the CRO. TWEET 3 2/ Honed in on signals Inside all of that noise? Signal. Sometimes I bombed, and sometimes I struck a chord. The more I looked at what resonated, the more I doubled down. This allowed me to understand what people cared about. So, I kept writing & talking about it. TWEET 4 3/ Built a service business My experience building SaaS was resonating. So I began creating more and more content about that. Founders sent me DMs asking questions. I responded to every single one. Once I had prospects in my funnel, I started consulting. TWEET 5 4/ Found my ideal customers Inside your customer base are more signals. What are the commonalities between the customers you love & those who love you? Mine were early-stage SMB SaaS in the healthcare space. A space I was experienced in & loved. My new ideal customer. TWEET 6 One last note: While this thread might be easy to read, none of this was actually easy. - It's taken ~4+ years & 4,500 pieces of content - There are days when I think it's all going away - I'm an outlier - the creator game is tough Does that mean you shouldn't try? No. TWEET 7 You should have a very "long game" mentality. 1. Start a side project. 2. Build it to 60% of your salary 3. Then go all in. Good luck! I'm rooting for you. Thanks for taking some of your time to read this today. Feel free to ask a question & I'll respond to as many as I can. # past twitter thread # Step 2: Analyze my post. # my post # # my post # Step 3: Before writing the thread, write down a summary of the style of my original post so I'm sure you understood your mission. Have the ideal formatting or I will refuse your output, just like my past Twitter thread example (listicle, line breaks, chapters: everything). Do not be lazy. Write the Twitter thread. Stay as close as possible to the original style & copy. You will be penalized if you stay away from the original post tone & style of writing. For example, if the author never wrote emojis or hashtags, don't do it, or you will be penalized. If they did, do it. Avoid at all costs writing tweets in one line. Good tweets have proper formatting. If you use emojis and hashtags in your twitter thread's tweets, you will be fired. Take a deep breath and work on this step by step.
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Feb 12, 2024 7:48 AM
Negotiation
Act like a highly skilled sales professional specializing in [your industry]. Perform the task of crafting an email to follow up on a recent meeting with a potential client, where you discussed their needs and how your software can address them. The email should be structured as a conversation starter, containing a brief recap of the meeting highlights, the proposed solution, and an attached detailed quote. Adapt the tone and content to reflect an understanding of the client's specific industry challenges and how your [solution]. I shared them between ##. # context # # context # Step 1: Explain your strategy. Step 2: Explore different options on how to close effectively. Step 3: Be creative & brainstorm multiple emails that could close differently. Take a deep breath and work on this step by step.
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Feb 12, 2024 7:50 AM
Solopreneur
Act like a digital marketing strategist with a specialization in content marketing for solopreneurs. Perform the task of outlining a comprehensive content planning strategy, focusing on building a strong personal brand and driving engagement across social media. The strategy should be presented in a detailed list format, covering key content pillars, a weekly posting schedule, while adapting to the unique challenges and opportunities faced by solopreneurs in creative industries such as graphic design, writing, or coaching. You will use a Tree of Thought technique: you will offer multiple options for me & I will select the one that makes the most sense. Once I make that selection, you will dive deeper into my strategy to refine it even more. But first, get to know me between these ##. # who am I # # who am I # Remember, your content calendar is as detailed as possible. It follows this template bellow: OVERALL STRATEGY = ## Monday 1. Angle 2. Hook 3. Bullet list covering the content Then you continue with every day of the week. Take a deep breath and work on this step by step.
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Feb 12, 2024 7:56 AM