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Many Bothering Thoughts crossed my mind at some point.

What if you don’t have new ideas?

What if you can’t keep up with your quality?

What if your audience dislikes your new content?

Once again, the devil failed his mission.

I wasn’t gonna doubt myself.

Two important things I want to point out here:

1- Producing high-quality content is my AIM

2- I don’t expect every new piece of content to be a better quality than my previous one

The second point is SO important because that standard can mess you up hard. The reason why I lifted it off my shoulder is because quality comes with quantity. 

Not every newsletter I write will be top-tier quality.

Not every tweet I write will be top-tier quality.

But I know I’ll do my best to make it top-tier.

In this intersect, I’ll show you how I use ChatGPT to rate my content and continuously improve its quality. There is a slight dilemma. What happens with your new followers that came from your “top-tier tweet or article”? Will they leave just because of content that didn’t meet their expectations?

Yes, your audience is the reason your business exists.

Yes, your audience is the reason you have freedom.

But does your audience want you to stress yourself out to meet their expectations every time? If your answer is yes, find yourself a new audience.

With that in mind, here’s what you’ll learn:

  1. How to rate your content effectively
  2. How to process feedback
  3. How to evaluate your progress

How to Rate Your Content Effectively

How do you know if your content sucks? In most cases, you find out by rereading it one or two months later. We don’t want to wait that long.

That’s where ChatGPT comes in handy.

We need to train him as a professional judge. To judge something, we need criteria. That’s what we need to establish. Let’s take my brand as an example.

My content is thought-provoking and challenges the curiosity of my audience. Therefore they’re essential factors.

My Criteria:

  • Relatability
  • Thought-provoking
  • Conciseness and clarity
  • Emotional appeal

Prompt to rate your content

chatgpt prompt for great/viral tweets. Here are the criteria: Relatability, thought-provoking, concseness and clarity, emotional appeal.

Bonus Method

Not every tweet or piece of content has to be thought-provoking or relatable. So, you can create another chat and train ChatGPT with other criteria for other types of content.

I have another chat for my newsletters, and the criteria are different. Let me show you a live example of this issue.

My Prompt:

Prompt for rating a newsletter based on the AIDA framework with chatgpt

I provided him with a portion of the newsletter, and here is his response:

Chatgpt response to rating a newsletter based on the aida framework.

From what I gave him, it’s highly accurate. The rating is 6/10 because “the desire” part is what you’re reading right now. Are you thinking, “Oh, I wanna know how to do it for my content too?” Do you have a desire? If yes, I did a great job. If not, why are you still reading then haha?

How to Process Feedback

Let me show you how I do it. Remember my criteria?

  • Relatability
  • Thought-provoking
  • Conciseness and clarity
  • Emotional appeal

After the first prompt to make ChatGPT understand how he should rate my tweets, I give it one tweet to rate.

chatgpt rating a tweet based on criteria. Relatability, thought-provoking, conciseness and clarity.

 Here’s how I processed feedback and wrote a new tweet:

I wanna follow people who tweet for the sake of tweeting. Without a plug under every damn Tweet. Can’t it just be about my addiction to teas? Can’t it just be about my love for basketball? Tweet Thoughts are on the rise.

I kept the same concept (tweets without a purpose) and made it more relatable. Also, I branded those tweets as “Tweet Thoughts.”

Here’s the new rating:

chatgpt rating of a tweet. The tweet got a rating of 9 out of 10 based on these criteria: relatability, thought-provoking, conciseness and clarity, emotional appeal.

How to Evaluate Your Progress

The best part is witnessing your growth. It doesn’t happen overnight.

I can say that ChatGPT did help me with my improvement. Still, I deserve the merit.

Here’s the thing, you don’t wanna find yourself rating every single tweet you publish. To get better, you must process feedback and do it independently. Practice, practice, and practice again. Then, reevaluate yourself and see how far you have come.

I DO NOT rate every single tweet I publish. I DO NOT advise you to do that.

Where is the thin line? You define it for yourself.

Once every month. I rate my high-performing tweets and see why they did well.

I also rate the tweets of my peers.

If you struggle with creating content, I suggest you take a look at my free guide:

Enjoy the rest of your day.

- Imed

About imed djabi

I explore the intersection of passions and business.

I am a minimalist, and multi-passionate currently obsessed with the creator economy, branding & web design.

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