I got my hands on some of the coolest ChatGPT Examples. And I’m going to share them all with you.

OpenAI released the prototype for its latest AI project. And in just a few days it has registered over 1 million users. This is the craziest and the most incredible tech I’ve seen in many years – an artificial intelligence model that got adopted worldwide in less than 24 hours.

You know:

  • It took NetFlix 3.5 years to reach 1 million users.
  • It took Facebook 10 months to reach 1 million users
  • It took Instagram 2.5 months to reach 1 million users
  • It took Spotify 5 months to reach 1 million users

And it took ChatGPT 5 freaking days to reach 1 million users, after being launched on November 30, 2022. Mind-blowing, right?

ChatGPT 1 million users in 5 days

The hype about ChatGPT got to me when almost everyone online started generating interesting ideas, copies, and marketing angles. And even programming language code using ChatGPT. I’m not new to AI tools, but what I saw with ChatGPT swept me off my feet.

Try it out at chat.openai.com

As someone who had been using AI copywriting tools for years, I thought to myself – “why not check it out?”. I did, and I was over-impressed.

I even started noting and recording some ChatGPT examples I found interesting from people I follow on Twitter. And how they’re playing smart with it.

So, this is what I’m going to share with you on this page – ChatGPT examples.

Disclaimer: none of these examples are mine. I linked to the original source below.

15 ChatGPT Examples to see how it works

ChatGPT Example #1. 5 Ways AI can help with Social Media marketing

(by Joe Davies on Twitter)

Instagram Story Ideas using ChatGPT:

Instagram Post Captions using ChatGPT:

Reel Ideas using ChatGPT:

Popular Hashtags ChatGPT Example:

Facts for a LinkedIn Carousel using ChatGPT:

ChatGPT Example #2. Using ChatGPT to research like a topic expert

(by Gael Breton on Twitter)

In this example, Gael, is experimenting on writing an article on “the health benefits of switching from sugar to Xylitol.”

P.S. Gael Breton is marketer and not a health expert. This means he doesn’t know much on health related topics.

So he googled “pubmed” Xylitol and found a scientific publication on the benefits of Xylitol. Then he pasted it in chatGPT with the following prompt prior:

After an additional prompt to expand, he got a few list of arguments to add to the article:

Next, is asking ChatGPT to explain the previous output in detail:

Asking ChatGPT to make an outline for a page on your site based on that scientific study:

ChatGPT Example #3. Testing ChatGPT SEO ability

(by Zain Kahn on Twitter)

In this example, Zain Kahn, tested ChatGPT capability across a a few SEO competencies like:

  • Strategic thinking
  • Tactical understanding
  • Ability to ideate
  • Ability to write
  • Technical basics

Strategy: Asking the ChatGPT AI to create a strategy for website’s SEO:

Audit: Asking the AI how to audit website’s SEO and metrics to include:

Tactics: Asking ChatGPT how to get high quality backlinks:

Keyword research: Asking ChatGPT to list keywords to target in a niche:

Content plan: Content plan for a website using ChatGPT:

Ideation: ChatGPT ideas for blogs example:

Titles for blog posts:

Better and catchier titles:

Technical parts:

Conten writing/full blog posts with ChatGPT:

ChatGPT Example #4. Using Chat GPT to Build a Twitter Bot Without Programming Skill

(by Rakshit Lodha on Medium)

This is an interesting one. Rakshit, who had zero programming knowledge, used ChatGPT to create a Twitter bot that automatically retweets information related to stocks.

It all started as fun idea when he asked the AI how to make a twitter bot:

He created a Twitter bot entirely from a set of original prompts, no coding knowledge required. ChatGPT wrote the code to achieve these.

ChatGPT Example #5. Using Chat GPT to Create a weight loss plan, complete with calorie targets, meal plans, a grocery list, and workout plan

(by Alex Cohen on Twitter)

First, Alex asked it to calculate his TDEE, based his height, weight, age, and gender, it was able to calculate a TDEE of 2168 calories.

Next, he asked it to calculate a calorie deficit that would help him lose 15 lbs over 4 months. It determined that he would need a 488 caloric deficit per day, or ~1680 calories.

Then, he decided to ask it for a sample meal plan, knowing that his max calorie intake is 1700 calories per day. He said that he only wanted lunch and dinner and for each meal to take under 30 minutes to prep.

To cut it short, after about 20 minutes – Alex was able to get:

  • Diet plan
  • Meal plan
  • Grocery List
  • Workout routine

All with the help of ChatGPT. To view more of Alex outputs, click on the link above.

ChatGPT Example #6. Building an app that takes links to essay and produces summaries using GPT-3

(by Packy McCormick on Twitter)

This is another cool way of using ChatGPT to build an app – Asking it to developing an application that can swiftly create sophisticated summaries of essays using GPT-3 promises to revolutionize how students and professionals approach to research.

ChatGPT Example #7. Using ChatGPT to Debug Code and fixes it and explain the fix

(by Amjad Masad on Twitter)

Debugging code can be a real challenge when trying to figure out where a bug resides and how to fix it. However, ChatGPT makes it pretty easy. Using natural language processing (NLP) and artificial intelligence (AI), this innovative platform can help engineers determine the root cause of issues with their code and suggest effective solutions.

With its help, processes that would normally take days can now be completed in hours.

ChatGPT Example #8. Write Software Codes using ChatGPT with zero experience

(by Benjamin Radford on Twitter)

Benjamin Radford showed the world just how far AI technology has come with his recent mind-blowing demonstration of using ChatGPT to write software code without any coding experience.

With mere instructions, he asked the AI program to write the code for a tic-tac-toe game stored in a file and then compiled and executed it successfully. This proves that despite never having written a line of code in his life, anyone can achieve results similar to those of an experienced programmer – all thanks to advancements in artificial intelligence.

Other Examples:

How do I use ChatGPT?

As a writer or marketer, you can use ChatGPT to generate human-like text that can help you come up with ideas, write content, or create marketing materials. For example, you might use ChatGPT to:

  • Generate blog post ideas by providing a prompt that describes the topic you want to write about
  • Write a draft of an article or blog post by providing a prompt that outlines the main points you want to include in the piece
  • Create marketing copy by providing a prompt that describes the product or service you are promoting

To use ChatGPT as a writer or marketer, you will need to install the open-source PyTorch-Transformers library, which provides access to a variety of pre-trained language models, including ChatGPT.

Once you have installed PyTorch-Transformers, you can use ChatGPT by initializing the model and then providing it with a prompt to generate text.

Once you have generated some text, you can use it as a starting point for your own writing or marketing efforts.

For example, you might take the generated text and use it as a rough draft of an article or blog post. Then, you can edit and refine the text to make it more engaging and informative for your audience. Alternatively, you might use the generated text to inspire new ideas or approaches for your marketing materials.

Overall, ChatGPT can be a valuable tool for writers and marketers who want to generate human-like text quickly and easily.

P.S. The above response was generated using ChatGPT

What is the best Chat GPT Alternative?

As a blogger, writer, or a copywriter – the closest alternative to ChatGPT is Jasper AI. An AI copywriting platform built on GPT-3. This is what I’ve been using for over a year, even before ChatGPT launched.

Give it free try here.

Other ChatGPT alternatives include:

  • Novel AI
  • Writesonic
  • Scalenut
  • Anyword
  • WordHero
  • Copy AI

While these tools are great – they do NOT come close to what ChatGPT offers in anyway. Because they were all built on GPT-3.

So, It’s safe to say the best alternative to ChatGPT is GPT-3, which is one of the largest and most powerful language models available.

To choose the best ChatGPT alternative for your needs, you will need to consider factors such as the size of the model (larger models can generate more realistic and diverse text, but may be more expensive to use), the specific tasks the model is designed for (e.g. generating conversations vs. generating text for specific domains), and the availability of pre-trained models and supporting libraries.

Is Chat GPT Down?

Currently, ChatGPT is not down, however, it experienced an outage on Friday, December 9, 2022 and it lasted about 55 minutes. If the AI goes down or slows down when using it, do give a little time.

If you’re experiencing slow response you can also:

  • Slow down the rate of your requests with ChatGPT
  • Clear your browser cache and try again
  • Log out and Log in back
  • Wait for some time and refresh

How Many users does Chat GPT have?

In just 5 days after it launched, ChatGPT was recorded to have over a million users.

Is Chat GPT free?

As at when writing this, ChatGPT is free to use by all.

Who owns ChatGPT?

ChatGPT natural language processing (NLP) model developed by OpenAI and it was founded by Sam Altman.

What can I do with ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is a large language model that is trained to generate human-like text based on a given prompt. It can help writers, copywriters, and other language professionals by providing suggestions for words and phrases that they can use in their writing.

For programmers and app developers, ChatGPT can help by suggesting code snippets and potentially even entire blocks of code, based on the specific programming language and the task at hand.

It can also assist virtual assistants by providing suggestions for responses to common questions and requests, which can help to improve the efficiency and accuracy of their work.

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