Making the Most of ChatGPT [+10 Examples]

May 02, 2023

By Anna Rubkiewicz

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ChatGPT has been one of the hottest topics in the B2B industry. Since it was made widely available to the public in late November 2022, LinkedIn, Twitter, and other social media have become flooded with examples of the chatbot’s responses.

No one is questioning how smart ChatGPT is. The question, however, is how good it can be at providing accurate information or making our lives (both private and professional) easier.

I’ve put the chatbot to the test to see how helpful it can be in day-to-day life. Here are the results.

What is ChatGPT?

How is ChatGPT being used today?

10 Examples of ChatGPT

Use with caution.

Make the most of ChatGPT.

What is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is a chatbot created by OpenAI, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically generate text. It’s able to communicate in a very human way as it’s trained on large data sets, which explains its eloquence.

The more data it’s fed, the more “knowledgeable” it becomes.

How is ChatGPT being used today?

As of 2023, ChatGPT has about 13 million unique visitors a day. So, you can imagine just how diverse the conversations are.

Some of the traffic comes from individuals who are simply eager to see what it’s like to chit-chat with the world’s most famous chatbot. However, it’s also popular among educational institutions and businesses.

In most cases, companies use AI technology like ChatGPT to run preliminary research on a topic or to generate business assets like social media copy, product descriptions, or even code.

One of the most interesting use cases I’ve seen so far comes from Exit Five’s Dave Gerhardt. He believes that AI can be a great advocate for brand voice if it is given information on your desired tone, voice, and company personality.

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So, if I were to find a human analogy for ChatGPT, I’d say it’s like a resourceful assistant — someone who can help you get the wheels rolling.

Just like humans, the tool can occasionally generate inaccurate or misleading information, especially since it doesn’t know much about what’s happened past 2021.

So, anyone currently using the chatbot for professional purposes needs to fact-check the information before they use it to build an opinion or business claim.

OpenAI examples; ChatGPT has a number of limitations

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10 Examples of ChatGPT

Without further ado, let’s see how Open AI’s tool handles a variety of questions — from simple research tasks to more detailed, sophisticated requests.

1. Provide me with a list of companies currently looking for a freelance performance marketer.

Here, I step into the shoes of a performance marketing specialist who wants to get a list of potential clients.

ChatGPT examples; provide me a list of companies looking for a freelance performance marketer.

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Source:: HubSpot Blog