Getting Started: ChatGPT Prompts That Actually Work (Stacey Watts)

Stacey Watts

Are you tired of getting poor results from ChatGPT?

At this point, most social media managers have most likely discovered ChatGPT given social media managers need to be early adopters of tech! It’s now coming down to who can work with ChatGPT to create the right kind of prompts to get the right results that you want.

In this FREE ebook download, Getting Started ChatGPT Prompts That Actually Work,
@StaceyonSocial shares the basics of ChatGPT, but more importantly, you’ll find real prompts
based on commands that tell ChatGPT to create certain kinds of content.

You’ll find ChatGPT prompts to help you:

  1. Research:
    :rocket: keywords for ______
    :rocket: facts about ______
    :rocket: strategies for _______

  2. Write:
    :rocket: blog articles
    :rocket: newsletters
    :rocket: video scripts

  3. Summarize:
    :rocket: any article
    :rocket: any blog
    :rocket: any report

  4. List:
    :rocket: keywords for
    :rocket: ideas for
    :rocket: routines for

  5. Explain
    :rocket: any topic
    :rocket: in simpler terms
    :rocket: for ________ audience

  6. Brainstorm
    :rocket: content ideas
    :rocket: search questions
    :rocket: customer profiles

To get the most out of ChatGPT, you need to be specific. This is not Google. By giving ChatGPT some context and background information, ChatGPT will understand your question or task and provide a more accurate and relevant response.

Dive into @StaceyonSocial’s ebook to see many examples of how she suggests you create ChatGPT prompts. She also shows ChatGPT results and adds coach notes with added instructions.

Overall, AI tools like ChatGPT have emerged as powerful resources for enhancing human creativity. As a writer, marketer, or creative professional, you can leverage ChatGPT to generate new ideas, streamline your workflows and save time on mundane tasks by using AI to analyze data and identify trends.

You can gain valuable insights into how to improve your campaigns and create more impactful content.

But let’s be clear, AI tools like ChatGPT are not here to replace human creativity instead, they should be viewed as a trusty sidekick, helping you to achieve your creative vision and goals more efficiently.

By providing the context, vision, and direction needed to create engaging and impactful content, you can leverage the power of AI to take your work to the next level.


Stacey Watts @StaceyonSocial
Stacey Watts is a social media coach and content strategist with over 10 years of experience in social media management. She is the founder of Stacey on Social and the #BehindtheContent Social Club, where she helps businesses and individuals improve their social media presence and create engaging content. With a passion for community, connection, and communication, Stacey has worked with a wide range of clients, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. She has been a coach for the past 4 years, sharing her knowledge and expertise with those looking to take their social media and content strategy to the next level. Whether you are new to social media or a seasoned pro, Stacey can help you develop a powerful and effective social media and content strategy that will help you connect with your audience and achieve your business goals.

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Click here to download @StaceyonSocial’s free Getting Started: ChatGPT Prompts That Actually Work ebook

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What’s your go-to ChatGPT prompt that gives you great results?


Thanks for the ebook!! :orange_heart: @StaceyonSocial


We can do another topic too… You can’t always trust your trusty sidekick! lol ha

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Very true, I say use it with caution and check its work. That’s why I primarily use it as a starting point and not as the end all be all for my work :wink:


Absolutely. Fun. Useful. Tool. :hammer_and_wrench: P.S. Were we just chatting on Twitter the other day?


You bet we were chatting on Twitter :smile: . I love connecting on Twitter with my peers, and have gained so many great relationships from there. Nice to “meet” you on here too :wink:


Super cool! And likewise… :hugs:


What an awesome free resource! SO much more than just sharing prompts, it really covers how to strategically use ChatGPT. Thanks!


This is such a valuable resource. Thank you so much!


HI @mhannum thanks for checking out @StaceyonSocial fantastic resource! We are lucky she shared it with us! Thanks for posting!

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Thanks so much for the resource, @StaceyonSocial

I have found that what I ‘feed’ ChatGPT makes a huge difference in output. And, I always verify what it gives me.

Case in point: I was generating journaling prompts for a faith based product. I asked it to pull the readings for a time period (Catholic Church rotates through a three year cycle, so it should have been able to find the information no problem.) Because why type it all out when I shouldn’t have to?

Well, as I was organizing it all, I had my own schedule of readings opened up and realized that it had the wrong readings for 2 out of 10 weeks.


This is freaking awesome! Thank you so much for the e-book @StaceyonSocial :slight_smile:


Thanks @linaburgjeremy, I’m glad you like it. Let me know if you have any questions. Cheers


Thank @mhannum, that’s a wonderful compliment, I’m glad to hear you like the strategic part of it.

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I’ve also had the same issue @daybydayinourworld when asking it to write ideas for one of my clients. It always goes with what the majority of the internet says for his industry about a specific topic that they don’t agree with so I have to be careful not to let those slip through.

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