Easily Improve Your Online Writing With These 3 ChatGPT Prompts

By Matt Giaro

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I bet you’ve never heard of them

Becoming a better writer is damn hard.

Sure, it requires a lot of time, effort and practice.

But there’s something else that makes it even harder: when you don’t know what exactly to improve.

Did you know you can train ChatGPT to help you write better content?

I recently spent over 100 hours dealing with the beast. And in this article, I’ll share with you specific prompts that you can use right now to improve your next articles using ChatGPT.

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Boost your credibility by 10X

Have you ever read an article that’s full of big promises but thin on evidence?

It’s like listening to a politician who’s all talk, no walk. Most creators sling words around like they’re free appetizers, but they never prove what they say. And guess what happens? Their readers hit snooze.

Imagine you’re on a jury, and the prosecutor is going on about how the defendant did something terrible. But there’s no evidence, just words. You’d never convict, right?

That’s your audience when you write without proof. Skeptics, all of them. They need evidence to believe you, just like a jury needs evidence to make a verdict.

So, how do you transform into this writing prosecutor? How do you inject that oh-so-necessary proof? Easy : ask ChatGPT to think like a prosecutor, to scrutinize and analyze your text.

Let’s say you’re writing about how SEO lets you build an email list on autopilot. Don’t just say it—prove it!

Ask ChatGPT to assess your text like a prosecutor. Where do you need to inject more proof to make it believable to a skeptic?

Use this prompt:

I'll provide you with an article. 
Analyze it like a prosecutor and show me what needs more proof to be believable.  

Don’t just tell; prove.

Improve the clarity of your content with the “little nephew” trick

If you confuse, you lose.

Many writers get so tangled up in sounding clever that they end up sounding like a scientist explaining quantum physics to a cat. Won’t move the needle.

So, what’s the solution? Think as if you’re talking to a 6-year-old.

Remember when you were six? Everything was straightforward. If it was complicated, you’d just say, “I don’t get it.” And someone had to explain it to you in simple terms.

That’s what your writing should be like. Clear. Plain. Like explaining why the sky is blue to a curious child.

Simplicity makes your writing easier to understand. It cuts through the jargon and gets to the heart of the matter. Especially with attention spans going down the drain.

Too complicated? Skip.

Let’s take consistency in content creation as an example.

In writing, consistency means sticking to your style, tone, or argument. It’s like brushing your teeth every day. If you do it regularly, you get a shiny smile. If you don’t, you get a toothache.

Making things easier to understand is like holding hands with your reader and guiding them through your thoughts without tripping over fancy words.

Here’s how to use ChatGPT to help you translate complex ideas into something a child would grasp.

I'll provide you with an article. 
Analyze it from the point of view of a 6-year-old. Show me what needs to be simplified.  

Forget broccoli writing. Let’s serve ice cream.

Get your writing noticed

On the Internet, everyone has an opinion.

And if you want to cut through the noise, you can’t afford to be a wishy-washy writer. Instead, you need to polarize. You need to attract your tribe like a magnet. And how do you do that? Well, by first repelling those you don’t want to talk to.

In short, you want to upset your haters. You need to understand the other perspective, exaggerate it, and mock it.

Now, don’t get me wrong. The goal is not to create useless drama. It’s to let ChatGPT act as if it were a hater and see if your writing upsets it. If not, you have to be more polarizing to bond with your tribe.

Imagine you’re writing an article for vegans, and you want to be as polarizing as possible. You want to shake things up.

But how?

Think like a meat lover, a beef enthusiast, the opposite of your target audience. You’re not trying to upset the vegans. You’re trying to show them how others might disagree with them and why those others are, in your view, utterly wrong.

Why does this approach work? Because it makes your audience feel seen and understood. You’re acknowledging the other side, but you’re also taking a firm stand with your readers. It’s like watching a debate where you passionately support one side. The other side’s arguments? They only make you cheer louder for your team.

And let’s face it, who wouldn’t want to write in a way that takes the other side’s arguments and flips them like a poorly cooked burger?

Use this prompt:

I'm writing an article for {{TARGET AUDIENCE}}
I want you to act like a hater who is at the COMPLETE opposite end and think that {{TOPIC}} is the evil.

In my next response, I'll provide you with an article.
I want you to assess my writing and show me exactly how I can make you, as a hater, more upset. 
What are the things I need to improve?
Format your response like this: Analyze each paragraph and include suggestions using bullet points for each idea I can improve. 

Use ChatGPT to play the hater.

Final words

ChatGPT is not just a great tool to make money fast *rolling eyes*.

But it’s very useful to simply assess your writing and understanding what you need to improve to become better.

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