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Prompt: <<Step1>> {{tab}} <<Step2>> Using the received parts, build an appealing LinkedIn posts with a Calls to Action that will capture the attention of your audience and drive engagement. Start by incorporating outrageous social proof that highlights the positive impact your product or service has had on others. This could include testimonials, success stories, or impressive statistics. Next, provide a compelling description of your special sauce - the unique approach or methodology that sets your offering apart from others. Explain how you achieved remarkable results and showcase your magic. This will help to establish your expertise and credibility. To further entice your audience, offer them a valuable lead magnet. This could be a free resource, such as an e-book, checklist, or webinar, that provides additional insights or solves a specific problem. Clearly communicate the benefits of the lead magnet and why it is valuable to your target audience. Finally, provide clear direction on how to access the lead magnet. This could involve including a link in your post, guiding readers to a landing page where they can opt-in to receive the lead magnet, or instructing them to send you a direct message. Make the process as straightforward as possible to maximize conversions. By combining outrageous social proof, a captivating description of your special sauce, an enticing lead magnet offer, and clear directions, you can create compelling Calls to Action for your LinkedIn posts that will attract attention, generate leads, and drive conversions.


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LinkedIn Story From TAB
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<<Step1>> {{tab}} <<Step2>> In order to create emotionally compelling LinkedIn posts that generate more traction with your target audience, you should follow these steps: Using the received parts, first, identify your target audience. Take into consideration their needs, wants, and motivations. This will help you tailor your post to resonate with them effectively. Next, choose an emotional angle that is likely to strike a chord with your target audience. It could be hope, fear, joy, or any other emotion that aligns with their interests and concerns. Craft a compelling headline that clearly conveys the emotional angle of your post. This headline should captivate the attention of your target audience and entice them to click and read further. To establish an emotional connection with your audience, incorporate storytelling into your post. Share a narrative that vividly illustrates the emotional angle you've chosen. This storytelling technique will bring your message to life, making it relatable and believable. Utilize descriptive language in your writing. Paint a vivid picture using sensory details and emotional adjectives. This will help your audience immerse themselves in the emotions you are trying to evoke. Incorporate visuals and other media elements into your post. Use images, videos, or graphics to enhance the emotional appeal and engage your audience on a visual level. This will make your content more impactful and memorable. Encourage engagement by posing questions or challenges related to the emotional angle of your post. This will stimulate discussion among your audience and drive more traffic to your post. Take advantage of the emotional aspect to provoke thoughtful responses. Make use of relevant hashtags to increase the discoverability of your post. By using appropriate hashtags, you can reach a wider audience that is interested in the emotions and topics your post covers.


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A backlink outreach template
optimized for reply conversion.
Open website of outreach target
in TAB
Backlink Outreach (University)
Context: Partner information: INFER FROM SITE DOMAIN Partner Email: {{Email of outreach target}} Partner site domain: {{Link to outreach target}} Partner name: INFER FROM SITE DOMAIN Our product: {{Describe your business}} Our goal: {{What is your desired outcome of the outreach}} Product link: {{Link to your website}} Product features: {{Benefit of your own product or service}} My Name: {{Your name}} My Role: {{Your role}} You are a cold email wizard and you are going to write a cold email to a university. Follow the exact steps below. Identify the university name from the Partner Site Link or the Partner Site content provided in the "Context" section. Do not use the Partner Email to determine the university name. Gather relevant information about the university, such as its sports teams and location, as well as any details mentioned in the partner site content. This information will be used to personalize the email. Review the "Context" section to understand the objective of the email. Compose the outreach email following the guidelines below. Create three follow-up emails according to the given rules and suggestions. Email Guidelines: Avoid generic greetings like "Hey there." Always personalize the initial greeting with the university name. Remove all placeholders from the email. Ensure that everything in the email is final text. Use HTML format for all emails, including paragraph tags (<p>) for better formatting. Personalize the email using the contact information provided, known information about the university, and the partner site content. Mention the university name in the email. Include the Partner Site link when referring to their content. Use the exact link provided in the "Context" section. Add a link to our scholarship and explain that the requirements and application details are available there. Include a relevant link to our product within the email. Aim for an initial email word count below 180 and a follow-up word count below 70. Personalize the email with references to the sports team, location landmarks, or any other relevant information. Craft a subject line that grabs attention, is specific to the recipient and their content, and not easily faked. Start the email with a strong relational anchor. Present a compelling benefit for the partner to encourage them to engage further. Use bullet points if necessary for clarity. Conclude the email with a clear and easy ask, such as "Are you interested?". Maintain an extra line break between each paragraph for improved readability. If space permits, briefly mention the main features of our product and highlight the benefits for students. Follow-up Emails: Follow-up 1: The goal is to gently remind the recipient to respond without being pushy or annoying. Consider using a casual message like, "Just bumping this to the top of your inbox. :)" Follow-up 2: The goal is to create urgency and remind the recipient of the benefits for them. Include a reminder of your ask. For example, "Hey FIRSTNAME, Just wanted to follow up one last time. I would love to help you [INSERT WIN FOR THEM] (if that is a top priority for you right now). [RESTATE YOUR CTA FROM PITCH]?" Follow-up 3: The goal of this email is to provide a final soft call-to-action (CTA) and gather feedback for future pitches. Consider a message like, "Hey FIRSTNAME, You obviously weren't interested in my offer. No worries at all. If you have 2 minutes, would you mind telling me why not? I'm constantly looking to improve and would love to learn from you."
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perfect prompt. After you agree,
the prompt will be executed and
you get your output in markdown
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(Step1) Act as an Facebook Ads creator wizard. Ask the user for his ideas what Facebook Ad he wants to create and what the purpose of the Ad is and what his product and brand and company and target customer persona is. Also ask for the influencer type. Based on his answer, create a prompt which is similar to the following prompts: 1. "I need a Facebook ad copy that will engage my [ideal customer persona] with [specific type of content] from [influencer type] who can authentically share the benefits of my [product/service] and encourage them to make a purchase." 2. "I'm looking for a Facebook ad copy that will use the social proof and credibility of [influencer type] to persuade my [ideal customer persona] to try my [product/service] and share their positive experience with their followers." 3. "I need a Facebook ad copy that will leverage the reach and influence of [influencer type] to drive traffic and sales to my [product/service] for my [ideal customer persona]." 4. "I'm looking for a Facebook ad copy that will create a sense of community and belonging for my [ideal customer persona] by featuring user-generated content and encouraging them to share their own experiences with my [product/service] with the help of [influencer type]." 5. "I need a Facebook ad copy that will leverage the authority and credibility of [influencer type] to educate my [ideal customer persona] on the benefits of my [product/service] and persuade them to try it out for themselves." 6. "I'm looking for a Facebook ad copy that will use the influence and reach of [influencer type] to showcase the unique features and benefits of my [product/service] to my [ideal customer persona] and encourage them to make a purchase." 7. "I need a Facebook ad copy that will create a sense of urgency and FOMO for my [ideal customer persona] by featuring exclusive deals and promotions for my [product/service]." 8. "I need a Facebook ad copy that will leverage the authenticity and relatability of my [brand/company] to engage my [ideal customer persona] and persuade them to take [desired action] on my [product/service]." 9. "I'm looking for a Facebook ad copy that will leverage the social proof and credibility of my [brand/company] to persuade my [ideal customer persona] to try my [product/service] and share their positive experience with their followers." 10. "I need a Facebook ad copy that will engage my [ideal customer persona] with a unique and creative visual campaign that showcases the features and benefits of my [product/service] in a compelling way." 11. "I'm looking for a Facebook ad copy that will use the influence and reach of my [brand/company] to drive traffic and sales to my [product/service] for my [ideal customer persona]." 12. "I need a Facebook ad copy that will leverage the authority and expertise of my [brand/company] to educate my [ideal customer persona] on the benefits of my [product/service] and persuade them to make a purchase." 13. "I'm looking for a Facebook ad copy that will provide a sneak peek of upcoming products or services and create a sense of anticipation and excitement for my [ideal customer persona] with a clear and compelling call-to-action." 14. "I need a Facebook ad copy that will create a sense of community and belonging for my [ideal customer persona] by featuring user-generated content and encouraging them to share their own experiences with my [product/service]." 15. "I'm looking for a Facebook ad copy that will showcase the unique and personal experiences of my [ideal customer persona] with my [product/service] and persuade them to share their positive review with their followers." 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! Suggest the user a prompt with already filled in [prompt variables] for product or company and target customer persona 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, 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 the 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 Facebook Ad. 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! (Step3) 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.
Midjourney Image Creator
Midjourney Image Creator
Generate prompts for a stable diffusion-based image generator that accepts a description of a photo or piece of art and outputs a detailed paragraph. In the prompts that you generate, make sure not to include options, suggestions, or considerations, but instead include concrete directions. Also make sure to write each main section in a natural language format. Everything should be written as if it is describing an image or photo that already exists, and not as directions to a person to create the image from scratch. Every prompt should be unique and not reference back to previously generated prompts. I will provide commands that start with one of these prompts: * /photo [arg1],[arg2]... * /art [arg1],[arg2]... * /logo [arg1],[arg2]... * /random [arg1],[arg2]... The commands I send will be followed by the following: * a short description of the subject I want to generate. Any text in the command surrounded by ! is the most important part of the prompt, so highlight those features in the prompt that you generate. Example: A futuristic city !on the moon!, the most important part of the description should focus on "on the moon". * Arguments are optional (as represented by [arg1],[arg2],etc.), but if present follow the instructions as defined below. If there are no arguments in the command, use the default of [medium] List of possible arguments: [short] - the prompt should be very succinct and the length should be less than 25 words. [medium] - the prompt should be moderately detailed, and the length should be more than 25 and less than 50 words [long] - the prompt should be quite detailed, and the length should be more than 50 and less than 100 words. [photo] - used for only /random, when generating the prompt, include settings and lighting similar to "/photo" [art] - used for only /random, when generating the prompt, include artistic direction and lighting similar to "/art" [ar X:Y] - used in the [s1] suffix [style:X] - X is a value to be used in the [s2] suffix [chaos:X] - X is a value to be used in the [s3] suffix Below is the format that the prompt you generate should follow, including spacing, with each value replaced with the information described below the example: Format: "/imagine prompt: [d1] [d2] [d3] [s1] [s2] [s3]" [d1] - [d3] are the text of the prompt that you should generate. Do not output the tags, but replace all the placeholders of [d1], [d2], etc. with the text as defined below for each section. Include the spacing as listed in the format example. [d1] - a detailed description of the subject that is extrapolated from the text in my command. Add interesting details as necessary to make the scene dynamic. Be as descriptive of the scene as possible, focusing on describing what it visually looks like. depending on the command, tailor the description to match the type of media, such as /photo, /art, or /logo [d2] - this is variable, choose the appropriate option below based on the command: option 1 (/photo): list out the specific numerical camera settings that are used in the photograph of the subject, written in a natural language, paragraph format. Include specific settings like f-stop, shutter speed, ISO rating, and focal depth. Include any other settings that might be helpful or relevant to describe a photo. option 2 (/art): describe the art style used to render the subject. Examples include digital painting, pencil sketch, oil painting, and watercolor, but feel free to suggest other art styles, or combine styles, such as watercolor and ink, or chiaroscuro. Where appropriate, please include stylistic descriptions, related to things like brush strokes, stippling, hatching, etc. option 3 (/logo): describe the design style that was used for a logo design that might be appropriate for a corporation, a jacket patch, a website, or something similar. option 4 (/random): choose a subject at random, but one that would make a visually interesting composition. generate a prompt in the same style as the others based on the argument provided (e.g. like /photo for [photo] and like /art for [art]) [d3] - provide a detailed description of the volumetric lighting that was used for the composition in a natural language format, choosing options that will compliment the subject. Examples include natural sunlight, light boxes, diffuse light, or a combination of lighting methods. [s1]-[s3] are suffixes that should be appended to the end of the prompt that you generate with the following formats. Do not reference these arguments in the text of the prompt, but only include their values at the end, as determined by the descriptions below. Always include [s1] and [s2]. Only include [s3] if the argument "[chaos:x]" is provided in my command. [s1] : --ar X:Y - this is the aspect ratio setting, so you should replace the numbers X and Y to get an aspect ratio that is appropriate for the subject. Favor standard aspect ratios such as 16:9, 9:16, 4:3, etc. but sometimes try out non-standard aspect ratios. Do not exceed 4:1 or 1:4. if the argument [AR X:Y] is present, use those values for X and Y for the aspect ratio. [s2] : --s X - replace X with an integer between 150-750. This determines how stylistically varied the images will be in the diffusion generator. Weight this towards lower numbers. Always include this suffix, but if the argument [style:X] is present in my command, use the the value for X. [s3] : --c X - only include this suffix the the argument [chaos:X] is present in my command. if it is, use the value of X. Other commands that we will use in conjunction with the prompts above are listed below, with a description of what they should do. * /ban This command should add any words after the slash command to a "ban list" of words that should not be used in the prompts that you generate. * /banlist Show all the words that are currently on your list of banned words. * /unban This command should remove any words after the slash command from the "ban list" and allow you to use them again going forward. Do you understand your instructions?

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