The Simple ChatGPT Guide For Writers (10X Your Speed And Creativity) Version 3.0 🧪
The Simple ChatGPT Guide For Writers (10X Your Speed And Creativity) Version 3.0 🧪

The Simple ChatGPT Guide For Writers (10X Your Speed And Creativity) Version 3.0 🧪

Why Most AI Guides Suck Harder Than A Dyson Vacuum (Unless You’re Willing To Pay $$$)

The Truth…

Most of the ‘free’ guides on how to use ChatGPT are simply:

  • A directory of links 🤮
  • A never ending list of tips & tricks 🥱
  • A mess collection of prompts and formulas 😪

They are either too general… too vague or filled with promises that you can:

Run a business, Become a millionaire, Go viral, and have your dream life with a touch of a button…

But the REAL issue is:

They only give you the shortcuts and hacks to USE ChatGPT.

They don’t teach you HOW to use it. And to use it well.

Leaving you with only a basic—rudimentary—flawed understanding of how to use AI writing tools.

This guide is NOT any of those. 👇

If you read this Simple Guide you will be in the Top 10% of AI Users In The World (You read that right)

My Promise…

How do I know this?

I’ve been writing professionally with AI for over a year now. ✍️

I’ve read, researched, and tested Chat-GPT based tools for hundreds of hours. 🧪

I’ve paid for trainings, courses, and guides on how to use AI writers as well. 💸

Oh and I’m also certified in the #1 AI writing tool: Jasper.

(Basically the industry standard for AI writing)
(Basically the industry standard for AI writing)

I’ve seen what works, what doesn’t work, and have tested each of the tools I’m about to share with you now…

And most people have ZERO clue on how to unlock the full potential of this amazing tool. 🤦‍♂️

In other words…

I’m not some random dude on Twitter that spent 3 hours on ChatGPT —slapped a bunch of links together and called it a guide just to get followers.

I actually WANT you to master this tool, (and not spend forever trying to learn it) because if you do… your whole life will change.

So if you’re still interested, keep on reading, and be prepared to have your mind blown👇👇👇

These Are The Superpowers You Gain After Finishing This Guide

Side Effects Include…

- 10x’ing your Writing Speed and Creativity (maybe even more) - Finally understanding the ins and outs of using Chat-GPT🤓 - Creating tweets, threads, and blog posts in seconds - Creating your own customized prompts to get truly unique content🔪 - Going from a blank page to finished piece in minutes using “recipes” - Turning ChatGPT into your own personal writing coach - Buying a yacht, launching a 7-figure business, and kicking your feet up while you enjoy the sweet sultry Caribbean sun (just kidding). 😎

This Guide Is For You If:

✅You’ve spent less than 20 hours using AI writing tools.

You want to start writing faster and more efficiently online.

✅You want to deeply understand the “fundamental building blocks” of using AI to write.

You’re tired of all the ‘hacky’ guides that don’t explain WHEN and HOW to use a specific prompt.

✅You have little to basic knowledge of writing with AI but don’t know how to level up quickly.

This Guide Is NOT For You If:

❌You expect quick and easy results without practicing with the AI.

❌You try to “hack” all the pieces together without understanding the basics.

❌You simply copy + paste the prompts and expect amazing unique answers.

❌You expect great unique answers from ChatGPT with zero work.

❌You have no knowledge of writing online such as the structure of a blog post, tweet, or thread.

Table Of Contents (🖱️Click To Navigate)

If you already know how to craft accurate prompts skip to “TIPS AND TRICKS”.



You know jack squat about AI, what GPT means, and how it ‘works’. But you’re curious, you’re interested, and above all else… you’re willing to learn.

1️⃣ ChatGPT Explained Like I’m 5 Years Old🐣

ELI5 What is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT stands for Chat (Generative Pre-trained Transformer)

GPT refers to an AI model that generates text from an input.

We have GPT-1, GPT-2, GPT-3, and now we have GPT-4. GPT or Text based AI has been around since 2018.

Each version of GPT is trained using a larger set of data.

Here is an example of how much more data GPT-4 will be trained on vs the last version.


(If you thought GPT-3 was powerful, wait until you see the next version.)

What makes ChatGPT special is because of the word “chat”.

Before ChatGPT, people needed to have special knowledge or training to use AI models.

Now, we can simply chat with AI and get results.

No more clunky templates.

No more fixed use cases where you must know specific terms to use the AI well.

This means that anyone that knows how to chat and ask simple questions has access to the power of AI.

Therefore, your ability to USE ChatGPT is limited to your ability to CHAT “effectively” with it.

A. Think of ChatGPT as a Chef 🧑‍🍳

Think of ChatGPT as a Chef🧑‍🍳

To understand ChatGPT here is a useful analogy.

Imagine that ChatGPT is a magic robot chef.

And you are sitting at the counter placing your order.

It can make you ANY dish that you desire. In ANY style as well.

So if you order a “Hamburger”🍔 you’ll get a normal, average, hamburger.

If you order a “Medium-Rare Cheeseburger” you’ll get what AI thinks is a normal Medium-Rare Cheeseburger.

If you order a “Medium Rare Cheeseburger with🍟 fries in the style of Gordon Ramsay” that’s exactly what you’ll get.

The more specific you are with your order, the more specific/unique your dishes will be.

Description matters.

Wording matters.

Here’s what the looks like for writing:

If you ask ChatGPT for “bullet points on healthy eating” it will give you just that.

If you ask ChatGPT for “Emotional bullet-points on the benefits of the Mediterranean Diet” it will give you just that.

Most people complain that ChatGPT is too generic, the content is bland, and the AI is ineffective.

The problem isn’t because AI is unoriginal.

The problem is they don’t know how to ‘order’ the right thing.

If you know how to craft specific and detailed prompts you can unlock the power of AI writing to create whatever you wish

B. What does Trash In Trash Out Mean?🗑️

Trash In Trash Out

This is a popular phrase among Prompt Engineers (people who love playing around with AI tools).

It basically means that what goes into your AI determines what comes out of it.

Takeaway: If your INPUT is crappy, your output will be crappy as well.

C. Why You Can’t Use Plug & Play Prompts! 💀

Why You Must Stop Using Plug & Play Prompts

Back to the chef analogy.

Imagine you’re at the Magic Robot Chef Diner with your friend and he orders a Cuban Ham Sandwich🥪.

He goes, “Hey man, I’ve tried this before and it’s REALLY tasty you should order it too!”

So you also order the Cuban Ham Sandwich— exactly as your friend described.

When your orders come out you realize that both of your sandwiches are nearly identical.😞


This is great if you wanted to try out the same dish as him, but NOT great if you want to be unique and persuasive online.

When we copy tips, tricks, and prompts from other creators we end up with the same generic content as them.

Instead, we need to learn how to craft our own original ideas using AI from scratch.

Plug And Play Prompts Are Great But You End Up Getting The Same Results As Everyone Else.

2️⃣ Basic AI Writing Blocks🧱

A. What Are Prompts & Modifiers?

What is a Prompt?

A series of written instructions given to an AI to produce an output.

You can also call these commands.

Prompts look like this: ”Write me a 200 word article on how to cook a hamburger”

What is a Modifier?

Modifiers are words or phrases that modify or add context to a writing prompt.

Put another way…

Modifiers = Ingredients 🥕


The more modifiers you know (and use) the more specific your content will be.

Modifiers look like this in formulas <MODIFER> Write me a <200> word <article> on How to cook a hamburger

The “< > “ are merely for demonstration purposes. Don’t include brackets in your actual prompts.

B. Different Types of Modifiers (Important)⭐

There are MANY types of modifiers.

Any adjectives or details that provide context is considered a modifier. Some people also call them parameters.

For brevity, I’ve listed them from most important to least important.

Length 📏

  • Specifies the length or word count
  • Example:
    • A sentence
    • A tweet (280 characters)
    • A thread
    • A short paragraph
    • Around 100/200/500/1000 words
  • Prompt Examples:
    • Write a short paragraph on <TOPIC>
    • Write a 1000 word guide on <TOPIC>

Tone 🙊

  • Specifies the tone or mood of the writing
List of Tones
  1. Friendly tone: To establish a personal connection with your audience.
  2. Professional tone: To convey a sense of professionalism and credibility.
  3. Persuasive tone: To convince your audience to take a specific action.
  4. Emotional tone: To appeal to your audience's emotions and evoke a strong response.
  5. Humorous tone: To entertain your audience and lighten the mood.
  6. Informative tone: To educate your audience and provide them with information.
  7. Inspirational tone: To motivate and inspire your audience.
  8. Sensational tone: To create excitement and generate interest in your topic.
  9. Formal tone: To convey respect and formality.
  10. Conversational tone: To engage your audience in a casual, friendly manner.
  • Prompt Examples:
    • Write an 200 word blog post on <TOPIC>. Use a persuasive & friendly tone.
    • Write a 1000 word guide on <TOPIC>. Use an angry tone.

Emotion 😭

  • Specifies the emotion you want to convey.
  • Prompt Examples:
  • Write a blog post and convey the emotion of <EMOTION>.
  • Write a twitter thread. Convey the emotion of Pride.

Audience + Demographics 🎯

Specifies the target audience or reader for the writing.

  • Example:
    • Students
    • Online Business Owners
    • Coaches
    • Creators
    • Productivity enthusiasts
  • Demographics:
    • Age
    • Gender
    • Income
    • Education
    • Job
  • Prompt Examples:
    • Write an 200 word blog post on <TOPIC> for Students.
    • Write a 1000 word guide on <TOPIC>. This guide is aimed at Coaches.

Format 📰

  • Specify the way in which generated content is organized.
  • Examples:
    • Heading
    • Sub-heading
    • Paragraphs
    • Bullet points
    • Lists
    • Headline
    • CTA
    • Hook
    • Introduction
    • Ending
    • Step-by-step

Format examples:

  1. Write a Blog Post for <PRODUCT/SERVICE>. Start with a catchy HOOK, followed by STEP-BY-STEP instructions on how to use the <PRODUCT/SERVICE>.
  1. Start with a heading, generate 5 sub-heading, each sub-heading having lists related to it.

Platform & Media 🤳

  • Specify the platform & media where you'll be sharing


  1. Twitter: 280-character limit, fast-paced and informal nature.
  2. LinkedIn: Formal, professional and informative in tone.
  3. Instagram: Creative, attention-grabbing and usually has hash tags.
  • Prompt Examples:
    • Write a 200 word caption for INSTAGRAM on <TOPIC>.
    • Write a 1000 word thread for TWITTER on <TOPIC>.

Desires and Pain Points 🦄

  • Gives context on the <TARGET AUDIENCE> and what they want to achieve or avoid.
  • If your topic doesn’t explicitly state the desire or pain point the results will not be accurate.
  • Examples:
    • Their goal is…
    • Their pain point is…
    • Their desire is…
    • The <target audience> wants to avoid…

Format examples:

Write a tweet on why <TOPIC> Fitness is the ultimate cure-all. The pain point of the reader is they always quit and it demotivates them.


Emojji 😆

You can ask ChatGPT to:

  • Give you a list of emoji’s that convey “X” emotion
  • Include emoji in relevant places
  • Start/End List item with an emoji.

Copywriting Power Words 🧨🧨🧨

Use copywriting power words or phrases to improve the copy. 💥

  • Example: Write me a hook about growing your online audience. Include copy power words in your writing.
  • Write me a hook about growing your online audience. Include these copy power words in your writing, “Unlimited” “Exclusive” “Urgent. Make it pithy, punchy, and persuasive.



You know the basics of creating prompts but all the stuff you generate reads as dry as the Sahara desert. You can sorta use ChatGPT, but the answers are too generic and you feel like you’re better off writing it on your own.

3️⃣ How To Combine Modifiers To Make “Spicy” Prompts🌶️


A. Spicy Prompt Example


Twitter Thread: Write a thread on 7 reasons why you should start growing an audience on Twitter aimed at new creators. Make it inspirational and add emojis when relevant.

  • Thread = Media/Format
  • 6 Reasons = Length
  • “Why you should..” = Topic
  • New creators = Target Audience
  • Inspirational = Tone
  • Add Emoji = Format


B. 3 Fool-Proof Prompt Formulas You Can Test

Thread Formula

Write a Twitter thread on <TOPIC> aimed at <TARGET AUDIENCE>. Start with a attention grabbing hook and end the thread with a CTA. Make it <TONE> and add emojis when relevant.

Blog Formula

Write a <LENGTH> Blog Post on <TOPIC> aimed at <TARGET AUDIENCE>. Start with a attention grabbing hook and end with a CTA. Make it <TONE>.

Tweet Formula

Write a Tweet on <TOPIC> aimed at <TARGET AUDIENCE>. Make it Contrarion, go against the common advice and use a catchy intro. Make it <TONE>.



You’re getting there. You know the basics, you have context. You can generate ideas faster. Heck, you may even fool your Middle School English teacher… But you struggle to make content that sounds unique, new, and fresh. You’re beginning to flow with the AI. You’re beginning to string prompts together to form cohesive conversations.

4️⃣How to Write Unique Content With Recipes + Tips

A. What are recipes?


Recipes are a series of prompts strung together to help speed up AI writing and help create new content.

Think of recipes as workflows that you can follow along so that you can generate fresh content each and every time.

They break down complex writing into smaller steps so the AI can produce higher quality content at each level.

So instead of relying on just 1 or 2 prompts you can use a series of 7-10 prompts that will help train the AI on what you want it to write about.

Recipes are the KEY to creating high quality content.

Here’s an example of a recipe for Jasper:


B. How can I quickly make my content unique?😲😲😲


There are a few ways to make your AI writing sound less like robotic hot garbage.

Unique Prompting Tips:

  1. Tell it to make the writing unique, uncommon, and contrarian.
  2. Tell it to “go against the grain” or go against popular opinion. (perfect for tweets)
  3. Give examples that contradict the dominant narrative. Generate a <FORMAT> for thought-provoking content that challenges assumptions.
  4. Prioritize ideas that are uncommon or novel.
  5. Tell it write in the voice of “X” author. ( With the latest update you may have to change it to tone)
  6. Tell it to write in a different POV ( 1st, 2nd, 3rd person)
  7. Tell if to ACT as a <ROLE> ( Act as a philosopher. Act as a marketer. Act as a copywriter.)

List of “Unique Keywords”

  1. "Think outside the box"
  2. "Challenge the status quo"
  3. "Break with convention"
  4. "Disrupt the norm"
  5. "Forge your own path"
  6. "Question the common wisdom"
  7. "Pioneer a new approach"
  8. "Redefine the boundaries"
  9. "Push the limits"
  10. "Explore uncharted territory
  11. "Challenge the conventional thinking"
  12. "Innovate beyond the ordinary"
  13. "Break new ground"
  14. "Explore unconventional ideas"
  15. "Venture beyond the mainstream"
  16. "Think differently"
  17. "Create your own rules"
  18. "Explore unexplored avenues"
  19. "Dare to be different"
  20. "Think outside of your comfort zone"

Unique Blog Post Recipe 📃

Write these prompts in this order. ( Add in your modifiers as you go along.)

Create interesting and persuasive blog copy ideas about <TOPIC>. The content should be creative and persuasive. Brainstorm different angles to hook the reader.

Here I try the prompt again:


Then I’ll try other prompts as part of my workflow:


Maybe I want to go with #4 as an idea so I’ll ask for story hooks:


Follow up with these prompts:

  • Write some catchy headlines for the above.
  • Write some funny headlines for the above.
  • Write short contrarion questions for the above.
  • Write a PAS for the above.
  • Write AIDA for the above.
  • Write a list of BENEFITS for the above.
  • Write a fiction story to hook the reader in for the ABOVE.
  • Write a short outline separated by Subheadings for the above.

Contrarian Tweet Examples📃

Here is me doing a quick run through on ChatGPT. Look at how each stage of writing tweets is broken down. First I ask it to brainstorm, then I choose one that I like and zoom in on that idea, then I refine it a bit.

Create interesting and persuasive tweets about <TOPIC>. The content should be creative and persuasive. Brainstorm different angles to hook the reader. The target audience is <TARGET AUDIENCE>.


Here is where I ask it to be contrarion and unique.


There are two guides I recommend to read if you need more examples.



You’re in the big leagues. You’re starting to really experiment with templates, modifiers, workflows. AI writing isn’t just a tool for you anymore it becomes your thinking partner. You use it to bounce ideas, conversate, and even coach you through certain obstacles.

5️⃣How To Create Your Own “Recipes” for Truly Unique AI Content💪

First Principles Writing ✍️

To understand how to create your own recipes you need to break down what it is that you’re going to write.

Some prompt engineers call this “Chunking” into smaller steps. But really it’s a First Principles approach to AI Writing.

No matter what type of writing that you do you will always need to do these 4 things.

  1. Brainstorm🧠
  2. Outline 📃
  3. Draft ✍️
  4. Edit ✂️

AI tools can help you at any stage of the journey but it can’t help you do everything at once.

*Many beginners skip around and don’t do this in the correct order resulting in bad content.

Brainstorming with AI. 🧠

Think of prompts like these to help you:

Generate topics
Generate ideas
Come up with pain points and common challenges/struggles that your target audience has
Brainstorm unique angles and controversial takes on certain topics.
Example: Come up with “10 topics I can write about for Writers who want to start a blog”

The key to brainstorming is knowing WHO your target audience is and generating ideas for that specific audience.

If you ever want more ideas just tell ChatGPT to “continue”.


Outlining with AI. 🧭

Think of prompts and modifiers that will help you give “structure” to your writing. This is also where Formatting comes into play.

Here are some different formats for online writing:

  • Tips
  • Tricks
  • Reasons
  • Advice
  • Framework
  • How-To
  • Story
  • Opinion
  • Comparison

Think of prompts like these to help you:

  • Come up with an outline for <TOPIC> + <FORMAT>
  • Come up with possible writing structures for <TOPIC> + <FORMAT>
  • Example: Come up with an outline for 10 Writings Tips To Help Writers Go Viral
  • Come up with an outline for a How-To blog post on getting started writing online

If you don’t know the FORMAT of your Writing, then you don’t really know where your writing is headed. It’s important to decide this from the start.


Drafting with AI. 🤔

Now that you have your IDEA, TOPIC, TARGET AUDIENCE, and OUTLINE it’s time to start drafting.

Take a Blog post for example. The standard for any piece of online writing.

It has:

  • Headline
  • Intro
  • Outline (sometimes)
  • Image
  • Sub headlines
  • Content
  • CTA

If you break it down further content can be chunked into:

  • Listicles
  • Intro lines
  • Personal stories
  • Mistakes
  • Bullet pointed listicles
  • Summary line ( at the end)
  • Etc..

The easiest way to create your own recipe is to find TEMPLATES for the type of writing that you want to do and break it down into the smallest steps.

Extra notes on Thread Structure and “Templates”

Take a Thread “Template” for example:

For every 🧵 Thread you’ll have:

1st Tweet

  1. Hook/Intro
  2. Why They Should Read
  3. Credibility
  4. Hook/ CTA to (Read more…)

2nd-5th Tweets

  1. Content
  2. Bullet Point
  3. Image
  4. Example


7th Tweet


Each of these can be drilled down into with the AI. Instead of asking the AI to write an entire thread, use it to target only the first two tweets, the hook, or just the CTA. Experiment with ChatGPT and use it zoom in and out of your writing.



6️⃣ Tips & Tricks ( And LEVEL 4+) 💁‍♂️

A majority of writers will never reach level 4 and beyond. This is where prompt engineers come in and hardcore adopters of AI. Level 4 People tend to play around with ChatGPT’s Playground, peruse the reddit forums for other AI tips and tricks, and stay up to date with the latest AI news :).

Here are the best tips to maximize your ChatGPT sessions:

Prompt Priming In 3 Steps (The BEST way you should start a ChatGPT Session)

Prompt Priming is the art of setting up your ChatGPT conversation to follow a certain structure.

When people think of “prompt packs” or initial prompts to train the AI this is what they are referring to.

Here’s the 3 Step Priming Framework 🔥





You can use this quick framework to set up any AI conversation. As long as you follow the structure of “You are, I will, you will” you can never go wrong.

Prompt Priming With Examples (Very Advanced)⚠️⚠️⚠️

The more you use ChatGPT the more you’ll find prompts that you like and work for you. Soon, you’ll start systematizing your workflow so you don’t need to write prompts from scratch anymore.

Here’s what the advanced version of prompt priming covers…

  • Teaching the AI what to AVOID
  • Teaching the AI with EXAMPLES
  • Teaching the AI how to RESPOND IN STEPS + CONFIRMATION


This follows the 3 step framework above with a few nuances.

I’ve highlighted the keywords in red.

I AM A “X”






Here is an example prompt I written to Train the AI to make catchy headlines.

I wanted a smooth and easy process to quickly make headlines but the hardest part of making headlines is 1 generating them and 2 making a sub headline that flows with it.

I am a copywriter and you are my personal copywriting expert. 

You are an expert in drafting ideas, creating persuasive copy, and coming up with catchy headlines. 

I am interested in Headlines that are compelling, irresistable, and immediately hook the reader.

I want your help crafting persuasive copy that will hook readers based on my chosen topic. 

You MUST begin your headlines with a unique hook that goes against the grain.

You MUST avoid unoriginal, boring, bland writing. 

Here is an example:

- Can Twitter Predict the Future? Pentagon Says Maybe
- Do Media Vultures Perpetuate Mass Shootings?
- Do Some Foods "Explode" in Your Stomach?
- Is the Life of a Child Worth $1 to You?
- Suppose This Happened on Your Wedding Day!
- The Child Who Won the Hearts of All
- This Tiny Mistake Costs Gardeners $3,000 a Year
- When Doctors Feel "Rotten" This is What They Do
- You'll Never Get Hired if You Say This in a Job Interview

Here is what we are going to do.

First, you are going to ask me what topic I would like help with. When I answer, you will reply with 10 possible headlines.  

You will then ask me if I am good with those 10 headlines.

Upon confirmation, you will generate 3 possible subheadlines for each of those headlines.

Do you understand?



With this prompt style you can make chatGPT role play as someone else.

For example here are some prompts:

  1. Act as a Copywriter:
  2. I want you to act as a copywriter who specializes in X. I will give you commands and you will write me copy, give me ideas, and improve my ads to the best of your ability.

  3. Act as an English Translator and Improver Prompt: I want you to act as an English translator, spelling corrector and improver. I will speak to you in any language and you will detect the language, translate it and answer in the corrected and improved version of my text, in English. I want you to replace my simplified A0-level words and sentences with more beautiful and elegant, upper level English words and sentences. Keep the meaning same, but make them more literary. I want you to only reply the correction, the improvements and nothing else, do not write explanations. My first sentence is "Comment ca va?"
  4. Act as 'Character' from 'Movie/Book/Anything’: I want you to act like {character} from {series}. I want you to respond and answer like {character} using the tone, manner and vocabulary {character} would use. Do not write any explanations. Only answer like {character}. You must know all of the knowledge of {character}. My first sentence is "Hi {character}.” Examples : Character: Harry Potter, Series: Harry Potter Series, Character: Darth Vader, Series: Star Wars etc.
  5. Act as a Storyteller: I want you to act as a storyteller. You will come up with entertaining stories that are engaging, imaginative and captivating for the audience. It can be fairy tales, educational stories or any other type of stories which has the potential to capture people's attention and imagination. Depending on the target audience, you may choose specific themes or topics for your storytelling session e.g., if it’s children then you can talk about animals; If it’s adults then history-based tales might engage them better etc. My first request is "I need an interesting story on perseverance.”
  6. Act as an Advertiser: I want you to act as an advertiser. You will create a campaign to promote a product or service of your choice. You will choose a target audience, develop key messages and slogans, select the media channels for promotion, and decide on any additional activities needed to reach your goals. My first suggestion request is "I need help creating an advertising campaign for a new type of energy drink targeting young adults aged 18-30."
  7. Act as a Screenwriter: I want you to act as a screenwriter. You will develop an engaging and creative script for either a feature length film, or a Web Series that can captivate its viewers. Start with coming up with interesting characters, the setting of the story, dialogues between the characters etc. Once your character development is complete - create an exciting storyline filled with twists and turns that keeps the viewers in suspense until the end. My first request is "I need to write a romantic drama movie set in Paris."

More similar act as prompts 👈

Persona Building (ADVANCED)

  • Persona building is basically creating a “specific persona” for the AI to reference when you’re in the writing process.

Information in user Persona (optional reading)

  • Required:✅
    • Demographic information: Age, gender, location, education level, occupation, etc.
    • Goals and motivations: What does the user want to achieve and what drives them to take action?
    • Challenges and pain points: What problems or difficulties does the user face and how does it affect them?
    • User journey: How does the user interact with your product or service, from awareness to purchase and beyond?
  • Optional:✔️
    • Values and beliefs: What values or beliefs does the user hold and how do they influence their actions and decisions?
    • Hobbies and interests: What does the user enjoy doing in their free time and how does it relate to your product or service?
    • Fears and frustrations: What fears or frustrations does the user have and how do they affect their behavior?

Prompt to generate persona 🥼

Generate a user persona for a <product/service> called <name of product/service>, used mostly by <provide all information you’ve related to targetted customer> that helps them <mention usecases>. <name of product/service> is a <write details of the product>


Further prompts to target Alex (our targeted persona created above)


Write a <SOMETHING> to/for <NAME>, targeting her <ANY PERSONA TRAITS>. <Include any optional modifiers>


  1. Write a persuasive email to Alex, targeting his pain points and goals.
  2. Write a blog post for Alex, on the benefits of using Speedygrowth, using a problem-solution structure and targeting his challenges and motivations.
  3. Write a LinkedIn post for Alex, targeting his goals and values.
  4. Write a tweet for Alex on the latest trends in the tech industry, using hashtags and emojis to engage him and target his interests and motivations.
  5. Write a landing page for Speedygrowth, using a clear and concise structure and targeting Alex pain points, goals, and user journey.

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