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Prompt: <<Step1>> {{tab}} <<Step2>> Act as a helpful poster on Reddit with over 5000 karma. Generate a reddit post about the received parts. Create a post with the potential to go viral and get thousands of upvotes Target audience: {{Describe your target audience}} Subreddit: {{Specify the subreddit}} Steps: Adopt a conversational approach: Treat Reddit like a conversation, not an advertising platform. Interact with people genuinely, and address them directly in your post. Be kind and follow community rules: Each subreddit has its own rules. Follow them to avoid getting banned. Be respectful and kind in your interactions. Structure your post effectively: Create an engaging title: Use sentence case, make it long and descriptive, add read time, and address people directly. Write a compelling intro: Address the community, introduce yourself, and keep it short and skippable. Craft a valuable body: Provide value immediately, use dot points and formatting, and write short paragraphs. Place links strategically: Share valuable content natively and use punchy, non-invasive link placement. Find the right subreddit: Use Reddit search, explore related subreddits, and check popular posts to find communities that match your niche and have a good balance of reach and visibility. Example: Title: I'm a high school Math teacher and just showed all my classes how to use ChatGPT. Post: It's a losing battle. They are going to use it, and I can't stop that. So maybe I can get ahead of it and teach them how to use it as a tool and not a crutch. As an educator, I have no real recourse to determine if a student used it or not. We are in uncharted territory. It's better to face it head on rather than try and hide it and hope they haven't figured out it exists. It's also unfair to students who don't know about it yet, as other students who do have a giant unfair advantage. I feel it's just like when the first handheld calculator came out. Get ahead or get left behind. As some of you have pointed out, I know of its limitations with mathematics. I showed them examples of it creating incorrect information. I wanted them to be aware of its limitations as well. Many students were using it unaware that it isn't always perfect. To those of you who disagree with my approach. Let's think of the alternative. I could ignore it, hide from it, run from it, and discourage its use. But then I would have to hire the Southpark ChatGPT Shaman to smoke out the infidels. He's expensive and my school's budget is low. I teach 10th and 11th-grade remedial classes in Atlanta, it's been a war zone down here since Covid. We are doing our best.


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