ChatGPT "the art of the prompt" Chapter 5

Last Update: May 30, 2023

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Chapter 5

AI Can Strategize Ways You Can Beat the Competition

Some AI tools can analyze your competitors’ websites to see where they’re missing opportunities for things like topics, SEO rankings, keyword usage and more. You can also be generic with AI and ask it something like: “What are some strategic ways I can outperform the competition in the air fryer niche?”

Now of course sometimes, it will be too generic, like advising you to create high quality content, promote your blog, and so on. But sometimes, AI gives great (specific) niche strategies.

For example, it gives ideas about the following:

  • Niche targeting (sub-audiences being underserved)
  • Content angles (health, budget)
  • High-quality visuals (food photography and videos play a significant role in this niche)
  • In-depth reviews and comparisons
  • Expertise and authority as well as consistency with publishing
  • Interactive and engagement with your audience and followers as well as building a community with user-generated content.

You can also ask AI to help you with details for competitive marketing. Ask AI: “What is a specific audience being underserved in this niche?” It will give you a complete breakdown about how busy professionals who have to sacrifice health and quality for their meals are not being served enough.

Time, portability, and streamlining the entire cooking process is a great way to set yourself apart in this niche. You can even use AI to spy on the competition. Ask it: “Who are the top bloggers or influencers in the air fryer niche?”

Some AI tools might deliver results for people who sometimes talk about the niche topic, while others will find competitors who are all about that topic. For example, ChatGPT tells you that Gimmie Delicious is a top result.

But that’s not a site all about air fryer cooking. On the other hand, Google’s Bard tells you that Air Fryer Bro is a top competitor. Be sure to check all of the results to see which ones are real, or current, and which are made up or no longer in existence.

Then, you can take this information to another AI tool and have it analyze the competitor’s SEO achievements, as well as tell you where it’s lacking so that you can step in and out-perform them.

You can go to one of these tools and give a domain like and see who their top competitors are (, what keyword opportunities there are (air fryer setting off smoke alarm), see what content is ranking well for other sites (and what keywords they’re ranking for), and more.

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Hi Phil,

You are doing some great work here! How you find the time, I do not know. There are only so many hours in a day, and yet it seems as though you are running circles around me, lol.

Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

Have a wonderful week!

Thanks, Brandaley. There is tons of stuff I don't have time for, unfortunately.

chatGTP has no acces to the internet hahaha
"As an AI language model, I don't have real-time data or access to the internet to provide you with the most up-to-date information on the top bloggers or influencers in the dollhouses and miniatures niche. However, I can provide you with some general examples of popular bloggers and influencers in this field as of my last knowledge update in September 2021. It's important to conduct your own research to find the latest and most relevant influencers for your specific needs. Here are a few notable individuals in the dollhouses and miniatures niche"
Thanks ;-)

That's true. Unless you upgrade, it only has access to a database derived from the internet up to 2021. Bard is the way to go if you want current data.

Bard is not supported in my country, helas :-( But thanks :-)

I'm sure it will be soon. I don't know why Google has restricted it.

Another gem, thanks.

Interesting where it's heading.

Sure is. I am finding a lot of uses for it and am putting a list of different AI companies and their product.

I hope you share it, Stephen. It's all expanding so fast.

Thank you Phil! :)


You're welcome, Alice. AI is going to impact more and more aspects of online business.

Yes, I believe that too. It's showing up everywhere these days!

Including AI companies the new darlings on the Stock Exchange. But it will end in tears.

What do you mean it will end in tears? I'm not Stock Exchange savvy, lol...

Everything new (in this case, AI) results in new companies being listed, backed by millions in venture capital but with little more than a buzzword going for them. Everyone piles in, hoping to be on the ground floor of the next Apple, resulting in the stock being hugely overvalued. Eventually, it runs out of new buyers, delivers lackluster results and the bubble bursts. The savvy ones got in early and got out in time. The rest, and that's the majority, lose most of their investment.

The dot com bubble of the late 1990s was a classic example.

Oh ok, now that you mention it, I do recall the dot com bubble of the late 1990s. I would imagine this is just as big as that event so I guess we should get the popcorn and watch from the sidelines....

Or pick a winner and get in and out at the right time. Easier said than done.

Have you heard of the tulip bubble of the 1600's?

Never heard of the tulip bubble.

It happened in The Netherlands and is often referred to as Tulip Mania. The value of tulips was so inflated that at one stage a single tulip bulb was worth more than a house!

As long as the next person was willing to pay more than the previous one, the perceived value kept climbing, until suddenly there were no more buyers and the whole thing collapsed, ruining many in the process.

On a smaller scale, the same thing happened in South Africa and elsewhere with Ostrich eggs.

Wow! Maybe that's why there are so many tulips in The Netherlands today, LOL! Tulip bulbs must have been scarce in the 1600s to have such a perceived value. Very interesting to say the least.

I think it was when tulips were first introduced into the country. I'm not sure from where, but there's undoubtedly plenty of research available.

I enjoy learning about new things! Thanks for sharing your knowledge :)

I enjoy talking to you too, Alice.

Thanks for another great post, Phil. :)

Myra 💜

You're welcome, Myra. Our toolset as online business owners is expanding so fast.

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