4 powerful templates for creating high-quality tweets with AI
Plus: I prefer Claude over ChatGPT now
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Hey there! Moritz here. Thank you for joining me on another post of The Prompt Warrior, where I teach you how to grow your business by leveraging AI.
Today we’ll be covering how to use tweet templates in combination with AI to generate content FAST.
Plus: The content won’t suck.
ChatGPT (or other models) are known to not exactly be talented in creating high-quality social media content. They usually sound generic and robotic.
But with these tweet templates they do sooo much better.
Let’s jump in.
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Template 1: [X] Beginner Mistakes
Here’s a really simple, but effective template to get started:
[X] beginner mistakes as a [role]:
Most importantly...[Bonus Mistake]!
And here’s an example of this:
9 beginner mistakes as a content creator on X:
Not engaging with others
Not optimizing your bio
No personality in tweets
Not utilizing threads
Switching niches too often
And most importantly... expecting overnight success!
So far so good.
Now let’s use AI to create an endless stream of tweets with this template.
(BTW for copywriting tasks I have started using Claude over ChatGPT. I feel like it is producing better results.)
Here’s the prompt I used for this task:
(You can use the same prompt with all the other tweet templates in this post, just change the relevant parts)
# Instructions: Use the tweet template to create 3 new tweets on the topic given below. # Template: [X] beginner mistakes as a [role]: 1. [Mistake 1] 2. [Mistake 2] 3. [Mistake 3] 4. … 5. [Mistake X] But most importantly... [Bonus Mistake]! # Example: 8 beginner mistakes as a product manager: 1. Not defining success metrics 2. Building without validating 3. No product roadmap 4. Not delegating enough 5. Ignoring technical debt 6. No effective launch plan 7. Neglecting continuous improvement 8. Trying to do too much alone Most importantly... not collaborating with your team! # Topic: Content creator on Twitter
And immediately, Claude is giving me some pretty good stuff here:
With some minor edits this is a tweet that I would be willing to schedule and tweet out.
Template 2: [Them] vs. [Us]
This is a good template for polarising tweets, which usually do well with the algorithm.
[Bad Action 1]
[Bad Action 2]
[Bad Action 3]
[Bad Action 4]
[Bad Action 5]
[Good Action 1]
[Good Action 2]
[Good Action 3]
[Good Action 4]
[Good Action 5]
Again, just use the same prompt as above and replace the relevant parts.
Template 3: [X] ways to [Y]
[X] ways to [Y]
6 ways to get an endless stream of content ideas for Twitter:
Ask your audience
Check out competitors
Look at trending topics
Browse other platforms
Bookmark interesting ideas
Template 4: [Job] 101
Don't [Negative Action 1], [Positive Action 1]
Don't [Negative Action 2], [Positive Action 2]
Don't [Negative Action 3], [Positive Action 3]
Don't [Negative Action 4], [Positive Action 4]
Don't [Negative Action 5], [Positive Action 5]
Don't borrow money, lend it
Don't take a job, create one
Don't dig for gold, sell shovels
Don't see a problem, see a solution
Don't buy them fish, teach them to fish
Freedom starts with becoming your own boss!
P.S. If you haven’t seen yesterday’s tweet about Ole’s (The AI Solopreneur) new course. Trust me, you do not want to miss this one.
I started writing on Twitter 4 months ago.
The beginning was tough.
Several tweets a day. Lots of replying. Lots of DM'ing.
But progress was slow.
I tried a lot of different things but my content just never hit home...
It took me 20 days to barely scratch my way to 100… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
— Moritz Kremb (@moritzkremb)
Aug 3, 2023
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