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Marketing Podcast with John Jantsch

John Jantsch, host of the Duct Tape Marketing podcastIn this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I’m doing a solo show, and I’m gonna talk about a trend that has gotten so high in the past few months, ChatGPT.

Key Takeaway:

Nowadays, we look for tools that let us be more productive and help us save an immense amount of time. AI is a really hot trend now and accessible to make some of our tasks easier. The newest trend in AI is ChatGPT, a tool that will change how we work and become smarter in how we collect useful information and data for our businesses in order to create smarter strategies. In this episode, I teach you how ChatGPT will be shaking up the way we do things and gain knowledge.

Topics I Cover:

  • [01:51] What is ChatGPT?
  • [03:38] Why use this tool?
  • [04:32] The process of using AI
  • [06:49] How to use AI to create Hubpages for your business
  • [08:43] Discover what your ideal customer needs or wants
  • [11:51] How to use ChatGPT to create online content

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(00:49): Hello and welcome to another episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast. This is John Jantsch and I'm gonna do another solo show. If you listen to my last show, I started off by saying I wanna talk about a trend. I guess today I'm gonna talk about a really hot trend . It's one that you're hearing a ton about and so much so that I've been talking about it for a couple years, but the hype level on this trend has gotten so high that I wanna come in and do what hopefully you appreciate from me. Dear listener, , I wanna calm down some of the hype and talk about the real ways in which you can use this. You've probably guessed by now I'm talking about ai, artificial intelligence, this new set of tools, it's been around for quite a while. In fact, I would suggest that whether you know it or not, you're using AI every day.

(01:34): If you ever use Google Maps and it gets you to around traffic jams and gets you to where you're going at the fastest route possible at that given time, that is a pretty common use of AI in our everyday life. Frankly, you know, the series and those kind of tools that are that, that have been around on iPhones are using ai, but a new generation of AI has jumped to the forefront. Something called GPT, which was essentially just a way to programmatically, systematically teach some AI tools, everything , all the content that's out there, consuming it on certain topics, you know, up to a certain date. That's the easy, simple way, probably to, and so what has happened is these tools have gotten smarter because they have, they're basically just processing lots of language, lots of data. They can take that now and say, oh, okay, here's how to write something based on that.

(02:27): Data tools have gotten better. Let's face it. There's no question. I think that while there are some tools like Jasper and Write, Sonic Market Muse that have been around for a while, I think the real game changer came when OpenAI ChatGPT, I'm sure you've, if you're not using it, I'm sure you've heard people talk about it because it has really opened up the white hot topic of ai and it's, you know, when that type of thing happens, you get so much chatter out there that it's really hard to kind of cut through. I remember, this is going way back, so hang on cuz I'm gonna do a grandpa thing, almost internet grandpa. Anyway, you know when Twitter came around finally, I don't know what year it was, 2008, 2009, it is. It's like, if you're not on Twitter, you know, you're just like not cool.

(03:19): And I think that's kind of where we are with AI to some degree, but let me just tell you, it is an amazing tool, not because it, well, if you're a student out there, maybe it's writing your essays, but as marketers, you're not u going to use this tool today to create all of your content. You're gonna use this today as a tool to get smarter about your customers, to get smarter about the industry, to get smarter about your competition, to create plans, content, no question. And to do a lot of mundane tasks, to get ideas, to get research. So that's the way that, that, I'm not saying that we won't get there one day where you just push a button and it's writing, you know, your webpages for you. But what it's doing right now, think of it right now as a a, a time saving efficiency tool that's gonna save you some brain cells , quite frankly, because there are things that maybe if you sat around for a while, you'd brainstorm and you'd come up with a list of, you know, FAQs or something in your industry, but this is just gonna give you 20 of 'em.

(04:20): You're gonna go, oh yeah, five of those are good. I didn't have to use any brain power to get to those. So that's how I tell people to really start thinking about it. Now, I wanna spend a little time talking about the process of using ai. So if you use a tool, the, you know, the, probably the reason ChatGPT has become so popular is because the interface is so easy to understand. If you use a tool, you know, essentially what you're doing is you're putting in what's called a prompt. You're telling it to create something based on something that you give it. Now you can give it a simple keyword phrase and it won't really know what to do with that, but it'll probably still spit something out. Or you can give, you can go as detail and deep as you want to tell exactly the tone that you want to write it in.

(05:07): First person to use statistics. I mean, those are all basically part of your prompts. So like many things, garbage in, garbage out. So if you put in a great prompt, if you keep refining your prompt to get to what you want, you're probably going to get a lot better output. I'm gonna talk before we're done today about what I would say is the top 10 ways you ought to be using these tools pretty much every single days, just from a use standpoint. Again, a lot of times I will start with kind of global ideas. You know, I wanna, I wanna start brainstorming a big idea. I'll let it drill down to subcategories. You know, when I'm working with a client for, to create ideas, we definitely wanna plug in what are their strengths. You know, for example, I work with remodeling contractors. Well, you know, one, a very big remodeling contractor we work with is specializes in design build or design remodeler, because they have the designers and architect on staff.

(06:02): So we wanna play to their strengths. So that's gonna, we're gonna definitely use that as a way to create a differentiator inside of tools like ChatGPT. All right, let me just spend the rest of our time together today giving you a list. I said 10, I'm, I'll probably go more than that. I'm just going to throw out a list of the types of output that you should be getting out of ChatGPT or whatever tool you use. Again, shout out to Jasper is another great tool. Shout out to write Sonic, like the word write Sonic is a great tool, but you know, whatever tool you use, these are the types of things that, that you can do. It's not just writing content. For example, something that we have specialized in the last decade or so is, you know, with our clients, we create something that are called HubPages.

(06:51): Blogs are totally out. Stop calling it a blog, stop putting blog in your, in your, uh, main navigation. Nobody cares. Nobody wants to read a blog. We want got good content, but we want it structured in a way we could find it. And frankly, the way most people see blogs is it's kind of chronological content. You, you put in a blog post to today and you put in another one tomorrow and when you wrote yesterday is gone. And so what we do is we take all that great content and we structure it around the outline of a big hub topic. So again, for example, I use the remodeling contractor. If they remodel construction or uh, kitchens, you know, we might create the ultimate guide to remodeling your kitchen in whatever city that you're in. That would be the starting point. And then we would actually use, you could use a tool.

(07:37): In fact, you could type that exact prompt in to ChatGPT and it will give you a outline. Here are all the major chunks. It's, you know, planning, it's budgeting, it's design, it's construction, it's, you know, it's choosing appliances. I mean, basically all the kind of subcategories that go into a kitchen, major kitchen remodel, and it creates the outline for you. It even suggests steps all the way down to, yeah, that would actually be a good blog post. Why remodel Your kitchen probably would come up in that outline. , you know, the benefits of it would probably come up in that outline and, and that would make a great blog topic. So what it does is it kind of gives you like, hey, here's, you know, in instead of just like, what should we write on Monday? It gives you kind of the whole outline for like, Hey, we ought to be doing something in each of these categories for the next six months and we'll create this page that, that will really be a great resource.

(08:30): Instead of just telling somebody, go read our blog and maybe you'll find something I can, I, in fact, I've probably done shows on that topic. But if not just Google HubPages Duct Tape Marketing, you'll get a very thorough description of what I'm talking about there. Another kind of fun use for this tool is wouldn't it be great to know what your ideal customer lays awake in bed at night worrying about when it comes to making a purchase of whatever it is you sell ? Well, you can actually tell these tools something along the lines of, you know, create a list of the top 20 concerns that a homeowner might have when it comes to remodeling their kitchen. Use first person and be very dramatic in your answers. Oh, and as a bonus, go ahead and write the responses that a marketing company for this remodeling contractor might write.

(09:24): So that sounds like a lot that can all go in one prompt. And then you are going to get a, a list of course of not just concerns, but actually sad in the way that a homeowner might say, you know, to deal with noise and budget and on time and you know all the things that you should be then addressing in your marketing. Hey, marketing agency owners, you know, I can teach you the keys to doubling your business in just 90 days or your money back. Sound interesting. All you have to do is license our three step process that's gonna allow you to make your competitors irrelevant, charge a premium for your services and scale perhaps without adding overhead. And here's the best part. You can license this entire system for your agency by simply participating in an upcoming agency certification intensive look, why create the wheel?

(10:23): Use a set of tools that took us over 20 years to create. And you can have 'em today, check it out at dtm.world/certification. That's dtm.world/certification. So you can use these tools not just to produce content, but to actually produce strategy. In fact, another strategic use. Take all of your Google reviews, you can just copy 'em, paste them in there, and tell the tool to actually go through the above reviews that you just pasted in and create a sentiment analysis, which is just another way of saying what are some of the key themes, , that keep coming up positive and negative? We can take core messages right out of those themes now. All right, let's go to another step. Once it gives you that output and says, here are the three themes that keep coming up the most, here are the three problems people keep mentioning the most.

(11:20): You could take those in a continuation, put those in and say, okay, create a core marketing message addressing these themes that keep coming up. And so all of a sudden now it's gonna get creative with you. So think in terms of research for strategy to do things much, much faster. Maybe to give some insights that you don't have today. You could take three of your competitors and put them in there. And the same thing. What are people say about them that's positive? What did they say about them that's negative? You can create how-to, cause it certainly shines at that. Tell it to write a 1000 word article describing the five benefits of doing X, Y, and Z, and it will produce something that's not bad. I, in fact, I kind of use the sole, the formula of, you know, 20 60, 20, like you give it 20% of the great ideas, let it spit out 60% of the content, and then you actually polish it the final 20%.

(12:18): And you might actually get some decent content written that way. You can take that content that it writes and say, okay, now give me a two minute YouTube video script based on this content. Franka. You can do that with actually any content you've written. Let's see, you have some amazing content on your website already that was professionally handwritten, bespoke, just for you. You could take it to these tools and say, give me 25 uh, tweets based on this content. Give me a two minute video script based on this content. Repurpose this content for a LinkedIn article. And you are gonna get all those things that you could probably create all on your own. In fact, you could do a great job creating those on your own, but you've now saved yourself, I don't know, five hours maybe to actually have it. And there are things that, that, that don't require brain power.

(13:10): In fact, they just require somebody who understands how to do it. And these tools understand how I how to do it. Great example of that, writing metadata. So, you know, the titles and descriptions, you've probably heard every SEO person in the world talk about how important that is as an on page ranking factor. But it's also, if you've got 10 blog posts, it's also a bit mind numbing to create these tools. Not only create it, they create it in the way that Google wants to see it. They create it certainly SEO optimized. So even if you know how to do that, if you don't really know how to do that, this is a great aid. But even if you know how to create something like that, this is a tool that will just save you an immense amount of time. I, I can tell you that, you know, companies that produce articles today, and this won't be 100%, but a lot of companies that produce articles today, a lot of companies that do SEO work, a lot of people that do podcast transcripts, I mean those are all going to be produced by AI if they're not mostly being produced by AI today.

(14:09): Google loves question and answers. FAQs have always been great content. There are certain types of people that they just want to go and find the one question they have and get it answered. So every single one of your service pages, if you offer different services or you offer different products or solutions, should, should have a list of FAQs, not just for the company in general. Yeah, maybe you have one of those that talks about how you work or about your process. But every one of your products and services should have cues. But you know, they take time, like everything they take brain power to, to produce. You can use these tools to get a head start on an, on what questions people are asking and the answers that obviously you're gonna want to sprinkle your own magic on those, those answers, but it just allows you to do things much more efficiently. Do things that you're probably not getting to today either because of cost or because of just time and you actually get it done quickly and rolled out. In fact, you know, just the very start of of keyword research, you know, just putting in a couple terms and letting a tool, an AI tool give you, I mean there are tools out there that do this, but the AI tool, since you're using it can give you a list of, you know, the keyword word phrases that people are searching for companies or businesses like yours.

(15:25): You can tell the, you know, I already mentioned the idea of social posts. It's great at writing four specific Instagram, Facebook, Twitter. I mean, one of the things that's sort of banding about social media is has a way to differentiate themselves. Each platform now has their own way they wanna see content and what kind of content and what style of content works and what shape the images are. And so using a tool like this to actually write for specific platforms, just take some of the work out of that. You can actually, let's say you, you wanna make sure that you've got a marketing assistant that's writing content for email newsletter every month for social posts, every month for blog posts every month. You can tell these tools, you can give it the key themes and say create a monthly editorial calendar. If you're an agency, you can certainly do that for a client and it, and you may not execute on the thing for 12 months.

(16:16): But if you're an agency or a coach or a consultant and you're able to show in a proposal to a client, here's what 12 months would look like, a typical sort of proposed 12 months editorial would look like. It's a great sales tool. You know, again, like do you execute on every single thing that's on there, you know, nine months from now, maybe not, but it actually is a great differentiator and is very efficient to produce. Speaking of efficiency, one of the things I've learned about advertising or ads, digital ads is you can sit around in a room and guess all you want and some people are probably better at it than others. Which ad, which headline, which picture, which uh, description, which call to action is actually going to be the best. But experience tells me that the only real data that you can rely on is data that you test.

(17:06): So testing your headlines, testing hundreds of variations for ads is how you really get to the winners. Obviously you've gotta track and you've gotta analyze and you've gotta have, you know, your audience variables, right? I mean, there's lots of variables, but I do know that when it comes to creating lots of variations that you can test, these tools are super fast at doing that. And sometimes you just have to have a lot of volume in order to start testing. So let me ask you this. If you've listened to this far, ping me, just send me a note, [email protected]. Say, I would love it if you would actually demo kind of a working session on, you know, a ChatGPT type of tool. Be happy to do that. So just write that, send me a note, leave me a review. We always love those.

(17:53): Tell other people to subscribe. , what else can I ask you to do? All right, lots to learn. Lots more to come on this. This is actually going to evolve immensely. There will be so many ways that people find to use these tools, but there are very many practical ways that you should be using them today and hopefully this helped sort some of those out for you. All right, take care and hopefully we'll run into you listener one of these days out there on the road.

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