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ChatGPT-3.5 Social Media - Twitter


Using ChatGPT-3.5 to Write Twitter Content

Using ChatGPT-3.5 to create Twitter content is like having a team of creatives at your side.

ChatGPT can save time and keep your followers updated.


Define Tweet Goal

Before using Generative AI to help you, set a clear goal for your tweet.

Example goals:

  • Promote a new product or deal
  • Keep followers updated
  • Engage with followers

We will give examples of all of these.


Know Your Followers

To get noticed by your audience, it is important to know what they are interested in.

Example intrests:

  • Learning interest - People looking to learn within a topic
  • Brand interest - People who love your brand
  • Conversation interest - People who actively use Twitter to engage in conversation

Ask ChatGPT for Help

Now, we can use ChatGPT to write the first draft for each part.

For out examples, we will use W3Schools.com products and news.

Example 1 - Promote a new product

Example

With the following prompt:

Create a Twitter post that announces "W3Schools Spaces" and its key features for people learning to build websites

A response from ChatGPT-3.5 could be:

Example 2 - Keep followers updated

Example

With the following prompt:

Create a Twitter post about how "300+ AWS training videos" are now included for W3Schools Premium users. Include a call to action.

A response from ChatGPT-3.5 could be:

Example 3 - Engage with followers

Example

With the following prompt:

Create a Twitter post that asks tech influencers and teachers to discuss "W3Schools Spaces". Include a link to the product.

A response from ChatGPT-3.5 could be:


Post and Engage with your Audience

Post it Once you have reviewed, personalized, and are happy with your tweet.

Remember to respond to replies and retweets!


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