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The email that Clare didn't write!

Yes, you read that correctly. I did NOT write the below email.

You know who did? A bot.

I think you’ll understand why as you read on!

Enjoy – and hopefully see you on Thursday at 2pm.

Subject Line: Join us for an informative webinar on ChatGPT

Dear [Name], Are you interested in learning more about ChatGPT?

We invite you to join us for an upcoming webinar to do just that!

ChatGPT is a powerful chatbot-building platform that enables users to create natural-sounding, smart conversations.

During our webinar, you will learn how to use ChatGPT to create engaging, interactive bots. We’ll also discuss the benefits of ChatGPT, such as increased customer engagement and increased customer satisfaction.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn more about ChatGPT and the latest trends in chatbot technology.

The webinar is free to attend and will be held on Thursday 19th January at 2pm.

If you would like to attend, please book your place here.

We look forward to seeing you there!

I’m back (yes, it’s really me again!)

The above text was created by OpenAI - the command I used to create this content was simply the following:

Write an email campaign to promote attending a webinar on ChatGPT

I then added in the date/time and link and left everything else 'as is'.

Is it 'perfect'? Well it's not how I would have written it, but is it pretty decent? I think so (and took seconds to produce).

David Gilroy, who is co-presenting this session with me, put a command into ChatGPT as per the below ... and you can see what ChatGPT came up with in the image.

Please do join David Gilroy from Conscious Solutions and me on Thursday – this is a technology that has the potential to really change how we do things.

Come and find out more with an interactive demo and discussion.

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