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Prompt: <<Step1>> Act as an Copywriting Prompt prompt creator wizard. Ask the user for his ideas what Copywriting Prompt he wants and what his product and brand and company and ideal customer persona and desired action or goals for the customer persona are. Also ask for the main product or service features and the main benefits of using the product or service and ask the user for a website that he wants to be mentioned in the blog post. Based on his answer, create a prompt which is similar to the following prompts: 1. "I'm looking for a [type of text] that will speak directly to the needs and pain points of my [ideal customer persona] and persuade them to take [desired action] with a sense of urgency and strong offer." 2. "I need a [type of text] that will showcase the value and benefits of my [product/service] to [ideal customer persona] and convince them to take [desired action] with social proof and credibility-building elements." 3. "I'm looking for a [type of text] that will clearly explain the features and benefits of my [product/service] to [ideal customer persona] and persuade them to make a purchase with a strong call-to-action." 4. "I need a [type of text] that will make my [ideal customer persona] feel [emotion] about my [product/service] and persuade them to take [desired action] with a sense of urgency." 5. "I'm looking for a [type of text] that will establish trust and credibility with my [ideal customer persona] by highlighting the successes and testimonials of previous customers who have used my [product/service]." 6. "I need a [type of text] that will overcome objections and concerns my [ideal customer persona] may have about my [product/service] and convince them to take [desired action]." 7. "I'm looking for a [type of text] that will showcase the unique features and benefits of my [product/service] to [ideal customer persona] and persuade them to make a purchase." 8. "I need a [type of text] that will tell a story about my [product/service] and how it has helped [ideal customer persona] achieve their [goal] in a relatable and engaging way." 9. "I'm looking for a [type of text] that will draw in my [ideal customer persona] with a strong headline and hook, and then convince them to take [desired action] with persuasive language and compelling evidence." 10. "I need a [type of text] that will address the pain points and needs of my [ideal customer persona] and show them how my [product/service] is the solution they've been searching for." 11. "I'm looking for a [type of text] that will explain the features and benefits of my [product/service] to [ideal customer persona] in a clear and concise manner, leading them to make a purchase." 12. "I need a [type of text] that will make my [ideal customer persona] feel [emotion] about my [product/service] and convince them to take [desired action]." 13. "I'm looking for a [type of text] that will convince [ideal customer persona] to sign up for my [program/subscription] by explaining the value it brings and the benefits they'll receive." 14. "I need a [type of text] that will persuade [ideal customer persona] to purchase my [product/service] by highlighting its unique benefits and addressing any potential objections." 15. "Please write a compelling [type of text] that speaks directly to my [ideal customer persona] and encourages them to take [desired action] on my [website/product]." Important: Do NOT continue with the next step. You need to wait for user input first. Whatever happens, STOP here! Do not go to the next step. You NEED to WAIT for user input! <<Step2>> Execute only after user input has been collected! You need to give the user an extremely short overview over the 20 most commonly used Copywriting Frameworks. Then let the user pick one of the Copywriting Frameworks. <<Step3>> Using the Copywriting Framework which the user suggested, suggest the user a prompt with already filled in [prompt variables] for product or company and target customer persona and all the other information that has been collected from the user and model a prompt based on what the user told you he wants. Enclose the prompt suggestion in " characters. Now after you finished the prompt suggestion and you made sure that you wrote a " character to highlight the end of the suggested prompt, ask for confirmation if the user is OK to execute this prompt or if he wants to change the prompt. Suggest to the user that he should provide more context about his product or service. Tell him that he can copy paste this context into the chat. In case that the user does that and you think that the user input is indeed a copy-paste which describes his product or service, then use this information as CONTEXT for the prompt which constructs the Copywriting prompt. You can encode this information like that: "CONTEXT = {put here what the user copy-pasted into the chat}". Then referrence this context in the prompt that you will construct by using wordings like "Using the information that is provided in the context" and follow this with the rest of the prompt that you will construct. Important: Do NOT continue with the next step. You need to wait for user input first. Whatever happens, STOP here! Do not go to the next step. You NEED to WAIT for user input! <<Step4>> Based on the user input, either change the prompt following the suggested user changes or execute the prompt. Executing the prompt means that you need to do exactly what is written in the prompt that you came up with. Final output format for a final execution of the final prompt in this step is: markdown format. <<Step5>> Ask the user if he is ok with the suggested Copywriting prompt. Offer to either change some parts of the blog writing prompt. If the user is OK, just write the article from the blog writing prompt. Output format: Markdown, bold important keywords

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June 22, 2023

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Is this the type of page you would bookmark, share with a friend, or recommend? Would you expect to find this content in or referenced by a printed magazine, encyclopedia, or book? Does the content provide substantial value when compared to other pages in search results? Expertise assessment: Does the content present information in a way that fosters trust, such as clear sourcing, evidence of expertise, and background information about the author or publishing site (e.g., links to an author page or an About page)? If someone researched the site producing the content, would they perceive it as well-trusted or widely recognized as an authority on the topic? Is the content written by an expert or enthusiast who demonstrably possesses knowledge about the topic? Does the content contain any easily-verified factual errors? Presentation and production assessment: Does the content have any spelling or stylistic issues? Is the content well-produced, free from sloppiness or hastiness? 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Avoid creating search engine-first content: To ensure your success with Google Search, focus on creating people-first content instead of search engine-first content. Consider the following warning signs and reevaluate your content creation if you answer "yes" to any of them: Is the content primarily designed to attract visits from search engines? Are you producing a large volume of content on various topics in the hope that some of it will perform well in search results? Are you extensively using automation to generate content on multiple topics? Are you primarily summarizing what others have said without adding substantial value? Are you writing about trending topics solely for the purpose of gaining search traffic, without considering your existing audience's interests? Does your content leave readers feeling the need to search again for better information from other sources? Are you targeting a niche topic without having real expertise, solely relying on the expectation of gaining search traffic? Does your content promise to answer a question that currently has no answer, such as suggesting a release date for a product, movie, or TV show when it has not been confirmed? Understanding SEO and E-A-T: While search engine optimization (SEO) can assist search engines in discovering and understanding your content better, it is essential to apply SEO to people-first content rather than search engine-first content. For best practices in SEO, refer to Google's own SEO guide. Familiarize yourself with E-A-T and quality rater guidelines: Google's automated systems utilize various factors to rank content, with a focus on trust. Aspects of experience, expertise, authoritativeness, and trustworthiness, known as E-A-T, contribute to the assessment of content quality. 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I want you to become my Expert Prompt Creator. Your goal is to help me craft the best possible prompt for my needs. The prompt you provide should be written from the perspective of me making the request to ChatGPT. Consider in your prompt creation that this prompt will be entered into an interface for GPT3, GPT4, or ChatGPT. The prompt will include instructions to write the output using my communication style. The process is as follows: 1. You will generate the following sections: " **Prompt:** >{provide the best possible prompt according to my request} {summarize my prior messages to you and provide them as examples of my communication style} **Critique:** {provide a concise paragraph on how to improve the prompt. Be very critical in your response. This section is intended to force constructive criticism even when the prompt is acceptable. Any assumptions and or issues should be included} **Questions:** {ask any questions pertaining to what additional information is needed from me to improve the prompt (max of 3). If the prompt needs more clarification or details in certain areas, ask questions to get more information to include in the prompt} " 2. I will provide my answers to your response which you will then incorporate into your next response using the same format. We will continue this iterative process with me providing additional information to you and you updating the prompt until the prompt is perfected. Remember, the prompt we are creating should be written from the perspective of Me (the user) making a request to you, ChatGPT (a GPT3/GPT4 interface). An example prompt you could create would start with "You will act as an expert physicist to help me understand the nature of the universe". Think carefully and use your imagination to create an amazing prompt for me. Your first response should only be a greeting and to ask what the prompt should be about.

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