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Imagine ChatGPT and AIPRM as your company’s secret weapon – ChatGPT is the super-smart, always-on colleague who’s got information on pretty much everything and AIPRM is that colleague who knows how to get things done.

ChatGPT is an AI, which means it’s like a computer brain that’s been trained on heaps of text data, and it’s ready to help you out with whatever you need at work. AIPRM has the instruction manual so it’s not like you’re trying to put together IKEA furniture without your step-by-step guide.

  • Crafting a killer proposal?  
  • Need a hand responding to a tricky customer email? 
  • Or maybe you’re just looking for a fresh way to organize your team’s project plan? 

ChatGPT and AIPRM are your new office buddies that are here to help, no coffee runs required.

But, real talk: while ChatGPT is a wizard with words and a master of many trades, it’s not infallible. Sometimes it might serve up an idea that’s a tad off or not quite right for your biz. It’s a computer, not a human, so think of its input more like friendly suggestions from a well-meaning pal than directives from the boss. AIPRM is the high-tech help every small business employee didn’t know they needed, until now. So, here’s to making your workday a little bit easier and a whole lot more futuristic.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn everything you need to use, manage, and create prompts in AIPRM that you can use with ChatGPT.

We’ll even go into a few of the key power features available on our free and premium plans that you can’t get anywhere else.

If you’ve already set up with ChatGPT and AIPRM, feel free to jump down to the right section or reach any of our in-depth AIPRM tutorials.

  1. Setting Up ChatGPT
  2. Install AIPRM
  3. Finding the Right Prompt
  4. Selecting and Using Prompts
  5. Tone and Writing Styles
  6. Power Continue
  7. Custom Profiles
  8. Live Crawling Prompts
  9. AIPRM Everywhere
  10. Managing your Prompts
  11. Creating and Using Lists
  12. Creating and Using Teams
  13. Creating Prompts
  14. Additional Resources

Setting Up ChatGPT and AIRPM

Both ChatGPT and AIPRM have free versions. You do need accounts for both to start diving in. So before you start planning out your vacation with all of the time that you’ve saved, get set up with both of the tools.

Set Up ChatGPT

Never used ChatGPT? Signing up for an account is easy.

  • Access ChatGPT:
    • Go to OpenAI’s website or the dedicated ChatGPT platform where the chatbot is hosted. This might be a separate webpage provided by OpenAI.
  • Sign Up/Log In:
    • If you are a new user, you might need to sign up. If you already have an account, log in with your credentials.
  • Start a New Conversation:
    • Once logged in, look for an option to start a new conversation or chat. This is often a prominent button or link.
  • Enter Your Prompt:
    • You will likely see a chat interface with a text input field. Type your question, statement, or prompt into this field. For example, you might type “Tell me a joke.”

Read More: Getting Started with ChatGPT

Installing AIPRM

AIPRM is a browser extension that works on top of ChatGPT. It currently works with both Chrome and Microsoft Edge.

Install the extension:

Link your account:

  1. Open a new browser tab with ChatGPT and log in with your OpenAI Account
  2. Click below the button “Connect with OpenAI account”

Start Using Prompts in AIPRM:

  • You can now start selecting and using any of the prompts from the AIPRM Library.

Read More: How to Install the AIPRM Chrome Extension

Using the AIPRM Prompt Library

Whether you’re a business owner, marketer, creator, developer, or play any role in the success of your small business, you can find a prompt in the AIPRM library that can save you time, save you money, or do it better than you.

You can find prompts for marketing, sales, customer support, copywriting, SEO, productivity, and more. Any planning or writing that you need. There’s a prompt for that.

Finding the Right Prompt 

With thousands of prompts in the library and more published every day, finding the most effective prompts will be the best way to leverage the value of AIPRM. 

Here’s a set of simple steps to help you find great prompts in a prompt library:

  • Identify Your Needs:
    • Determine the type of prompt you need based on your business requirements. Are you looking for marketing prompts, sales messages, content creation, customer support, or something else?
  • Search the AIPRM Prompt Library:
    • Navigate to the prompt library and use the search function. Enter relevant keywords related to the type of prompt you are looking for.
  • Filter Results:
    • Use filters to narrow down the results. You can filter by topic, activity, usage, and popularity, or GPT Model.
  • Review and Compare:
    • Read through the prompts and compare them. Look for clarity, tone, and appropriateness for your intended use.
  • Test the Prompts:
    • Test a few of the prompts. See how they perform and determine whether they meet your expectations.

Read More: How to Filter Prompts by Topic, Activity, Popularity, and Model

Selecting and Using AIPRM Prompts

Once you’ve picked the AIPRM prompt that you want to use, it’s a simple process of click, input, and submit.

  • Hover over your prompt with your cursor. 
  • Complete any of the input requirements (some prompts might have a few variable fields complete or dropdown options to select.)
  • Enter the main prompt input.
  • Choose the language.
  • Select whether to include info from your custom profile (see more information below).
  • Premium Plan Options: Select your tone and writing style (see more information below).
  • Click the submit arrow to launch the prompt.

Read More: How to Select and Use A Prompt

Power Features

Tone and Writing Style (Premium)

Want to maintain brand consistency across all of your AIPRM and ChatGPT content? On any of our premium plans, you get access to 20 customized tones and writing styles.

Click on the dropdown menu and select your tone or writing style before submitting your prompt to influence the output from ChatGPT.

On the Pro Plan and higher, you can create your own custom tones and writing styles that will appear in the dropdown menus once saved.

To add your own custom tones and writing styles:

  • Click on the ‘Your AIPRM Account’ link in the top right corner of ChatGPT.
  • Click ‘View Account’.
  • Scroll down and click ‘Add Tone’ or ‘Add Writing Style’.
  • Enter your tone or writing style.
  • Click Save.
  • Refresh ChatGPT.

Some ideas that you can try out:

  • Tone: Expressive
  • Tone: Professional
  • Tone: Questioning
  • Tone: Skeptical
  • Writing Style: Explain like I am 5
  • Writing Style: New York Times Editorial
  • Writing Style: In the humor of Ryan Reynolds
  • Writing Style: In the form of a listicle

Read More: How to Add a Custom Tone or Writing Style

Power Continue (Premium)

AIPRM - Power Continue

Power Continue is a feature built into the AIPRM submission window. After you’ve submitted your prompt, imagine that you want to edit and update the output quickly. The Power Continue allows you to modify your output with the following commands:

  • Clarify
  • Exemplify
  • Expand
  • Explain
  • Rewrite
  • Shorten

On the Pro Plan and higher, you can create your own Power Continue Commands that will appear in the dropdown menus once saved.

To add your own Power Continue Commands:

  • Click on the ‘Your AIPRM Account’ link in the top right corner of ChatGPT.
  • Click ‘View Account’.
  • Scroll down and click ‘Add Power Continue.’
  • Enter your tone or writing style.
  • Click Save.
  • Refresh ChatGPT.

The more you use ChatGPT, you’ll get a sense of some of the stylistic choices and patterns that it uses based on its training. For instance, ChatGPT LOVES using emojis whenever you have tasks related to marketing.

You can set up quick Power Continue commands to fix common issues you run into or even have ChatGPT assess its own content and suggest improvements.

Some ideas that you can try out:

  • Remove cliches
  • Remove emojis
  • Remove Passive voice
  • Content Improvement Suggestions

Custom Profiles

AIPRM Screenshot of custom profiles

Public AIPRM prompts are designed to be usable by anyone regardless of industry and discipline. That said, sometimes you want to prime ChatGPT with specifics about your business, you as an individual, or even a more comprehensive set of constraints for the type of content you expect to be generated.

Custom Profiles allow you to pre-train ChatGPT by injecting the information into the prompt without needing to find it and pasting it in for every prompt you use.

To add your own Custom Profile:

  • Click on the ‘Your AIPRM Account’ link in the top right corner of ChatGPT.
  • Click ‘Manage My Profile Info’.
  • Click ‘Add My Profile Info.’
  • Enter a title and your info.
  • Click Save.
  • Refresh ChatGPT.

On the Pro Plan and higher, you can create multiple custom profiles.

Read More: Announcing Custom Profiles

Live Crawling (Premium)

ChatGPT is trained on data leading up to September 2021. That means that anything that’s been published online since then has not been incorporated into that language model. 

While there are plug-ins that can access the web, it’s difficult to target a specific web page. 

Link Crawling (available on the Elite Plan and higher) lets you input a specific URL in your prompt, pull in the text content from the website, and include it in ChatGPT’s output.

This extremely useful feature allows you to create better-generated content with ChatGPT:

  • Analyze web pages
  • Summarize current content on the web
  • Repurpose current content for up-to-date social media posts
  • Conduct better research
  • Access your online reviews for sentiment analysis. 

The potential for prompts with Live Crawling creates a wide variety of use cases.

Read More: How to Use Live Crawling

AIPRM Everywhere

AIPRM Everywhere

If you want to pull specific content from the web into your prompts, you can leverage AIPRM Everywhere. 

For any browser that can access the right-click context menu, you can highlight text and pull it into your prompt seamlessly.

Read More: Announcing AIPRM Everywhere

Managing your AIPRM Prompts

Creating a prompt library for ChatGPT is a strategic move for any small business, acting as a vital resource in your communication arsenal. 

These pre-built prompts can be custom-designed to align with your brand’s voice and values, eliminating the need to draft them from scratch. 

Managing your AIPRM Prompt Library provides your team with a clear set of tools to leverage generative AI content on your terms. It ensures a cohesive and professional tone across all interactions. Moreover, it liberates your team from creating content or prompts themselves, allowing them to allocate more time and energy toward strategic growth initiatives.

  • Efficiency and Time-Saving: Utilize pre-built prompts to create content or rapidly and effectively respond to inquiries, reducing the workload on your team.
  • Consistency and Brand Alignment: A prompt library guarantees uniform and professional communication and content, maintaining the integrity and distinctiveness of your company’s voice.
  • Productivity Boost: Equip your team with this resource to handle more projects efficiently, freeing them to focus on high-impact, value-generating activities for your business.

Creating and Using Lists

Lists are the file cabinet of prompt management and curation. You can create private and team lists that can organize prompts by category, usage frequency, or sharing preferences.

Each of your lists can serve an important purpose in your organization.

To create a List: 

  • Click the Add List button at the far right of the AIPRM List Tabs.
  • Name your List.
  • Decide if you want to share it with your team or keep it private.
  • Click Create List.

Note: If you need more Lists or more Prompts per List, you can upgrade to one of our Premium Plans.

Read More: How to Create a List

Creating and Using Teams

Teams in AIPRM are the best tool for managing your Prompt Library in your organization professionally. With Teams, you can share your Private Lists with curated prompts customized for the tasks and responsibilities of your colleagues. 

  • Create a Team for your Marketing Department with prompts for social media, blogging, and email marketing.
  • Create a Team for Sales that streamlines follow-up emails, sales collateral creation, and outbound email campaign prompts.
  • Create a Team for Customer Support with custom prompts for frequently asked questions, online reviews, or new tickets that can be personalized to the recipient.

To create a Team:

  • Click on the ‘Your AIPRM Account’ Link in the top right corner.
  • Click ‘Manage My Teams.’
  • Click Add Team.
  • Name your Team and write a description.
  • Click Save.

To invite users:

  • Click Add User
  • Select Role (on Premium Plans you can add Team administrators)
  • Click Create Invite Link
  • Copy the link and share it with your Team members.

Now anyone on your team can access your Team Lists and use your curated prompts.

Read More: How to Create a Team

Creating AIPRM Prompts

Instead of writing a prompt for ChatGPT on the spot, a pre-built prompt can save you time. ChatGPT cannot read your mind. The more specific and detailed you are with your prompts, the better the output.

Adding clear directions, including all of the context, and explaining what NOT to do, takes time. That’s the appeal of AIPRM’s Prompt Library in the first place.

But you might have specific needs that aren’t covered in the public library. Or perhaps you have a prompt idea unique to your business.

Creating your own custom prompts can give you a competitive edge. It takes time to save time, and prompt engineering is no exception.

We’ve covered the fundamentals of creating a high-quality effective prompt in the past.

For a refresher, check out our inaugural episode of FridAI: How to Write Effective Prompts.

In essence, you need to build out the right elements for ChatGPT:

  • Be as specific and literal as possible. 
  • Provide as much detail as you can. 
  • Explain the task, each individual step, and the expected output.
  • Provide multiple examples of quality output.
  • Explain what you ‘don’t’ want ChatGPT to do. 

To build your own prompts in AIPRM:

  • Click on your ‘Own’ tab towards the top of the screen.
  • Click on ‘Add Private Prompt.’
  • Fill out the details for your prompt
    • Prompt Template
    • Teaser (Prompt Description)
    • Prompt Hint (What info the user will need to input to execute the prompt)
    • Prompt Title
    • Topic / Activity / Privacy Level / GPT Model (for discoverability)
    • Author Name
    • Author URL
  • Click Save Prompt

Note: If you want to make your prompt public, you’ll need to ensure it has the [TARGETLANGUAGE] variable. Learn about the requirements for publishing Public Prompts.

Read More: How to Create a Prompt

If you don’t necessarily want to start from scratch, you can clone and edit prompts on the Premium Plans.

Learn how other Prompt Engineers are building their Public Prompts by viewing them and then making a copy for yourself. Within the Prompt Template, you can modify and customize them for yourself.

Read More: How to Edit a Prompt

Now you have everything you need to start capitalizing on the power that AIPRM adds to ChatGPT. 

Additional Resources

Want more insights and expertise about how to use AIPRM and ChatGPT for your business?

And if you have any questions or need any support, visit us on our Community Forum.

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