prompts

What Is a Prompt?

A prompt is the starting point for your entire article. It dictates the article’s subject and style. Without a prompt, you are likely to either not have a topic at all or have one that is scattered and one that makes no sense to the readers. Many writers struggle with coming up with prompts and ideas for content and end up in what seems like a never-ending writer’s block situation.

Using Prompts to Create Clear and Readable Content

It is easier than you think to create a prompt. It just takes a little niche research and some notetaking. Think of all of the content in your niche as the pool of knowledge. Take a look around to see what others are writing about and take notes of the things that interest you. Next, use the ideas you get from your research as prompt guides. The prompt guides are then used as a guide to write your content.

Where to Find Prompts

Absolutely anywhere! If using existing content for a prompt then we generally like to google for the article subject, look through the first few results and it’s usually quite easy to find a paragraph that meets the requirements set out above. As an example, if creating an article on wisdom teeth, here are some good candidates for prompts found in the first page of Google results:

Sometime between ages 17 and 21, most adults will develop their third set of molars. These molars are more commonly called wisdom teeth.

Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars in the very back of your mouth. These teeth typically come in during the late teen years or early adulthood. If a wisdom tooth gets stuck under your gum or doesn’t have enough room to break through the gum, it’s considered “impacted.” Impacted wisdom teeth are more prone to disease, tooth decay, and other dental problems.

Recovery after wisdom-tooth surgery is generally quite straightforward, but you are likely to experience pain and swelling, particularly in the first 2 days. Rarely, complications can occur, such as poor healing of the tooth socket or nerve injury.

An important factor to consider if using text from elsewhere on the web is that the prompt will form part of your article so if duplicate content is of concern, it is advisable to rewrite the prompt or use a short enough prompt that it isn’t an issue.

The alternative is of course to write these prompts yourself and is the route we most often take, once you understand how to write a good one it is often quicker than finding an already written one elsewhere and you have the added bonus of naturally avoiding any risks of duplicate content.

How Long Should My Prompt Be?

This is down to preference, as long as the prompt firmly establishes the subject of the article then the process should work well.

Examples

Below you will find examples of sub-optimal prompts.

Before: Why is individual dog food better than standard food?

After: There are a lot of choices on the market when it comes to feeding your dog and the best choice is individual dog food that has been tailored to your dog’s specific needs.

Before: How to Paint Your House?

After: Painting the exterior of your house can seem like a huge task but the payoff is worth it. The exterior of a house is the first thing that anybody sees and there is no better way to make an impression than a fresh coat of paint. However, many people miss an important part of this job which is proper preparation.

Before: High ticket affiliate marketing

After: The idea of high-ticket affiliate marketing is extremely attractive, who wouldn’t want to earn the same amount from one sale as they would from selling 20 lower priced products? To do this you need to learn to establish a connection with people

Before: Blockchain Market

After: According to recent statistics, by 2025, the global blockchain market will grow to $57 million.

Too Busy to Write or Are You an Novice Writer?

No worries. There is help out there! There is some awesome software that develops content for you and there are PLR resources you can use to develop ideas or use as a base for your content.

Creaite to the Rescue!

There is an awesome new artificial intelligence tool called Creaite that writes beautiful content for you. You can use it as written, or as an aid to helps you come up with ideas.

It’s simple… Just provide Creaite with just ONE seed-sentence so it knows EXACTLY what you want content written about. This ONE sentence can come from ANYWHERE. It can come from an existing article posted on ANY site, it can come from a sentence you write quickly yourself, it can come from a PLR article. It doesn’t really matter. Once you have that one sentence, Creaite will turn it into a COMPLETE, perfectly readable content in under 90 seconds.

Use Creaite to Develop Prompts

The prompt should serve as an introduction to the article, no different to if you were writing an entire article yourself. The introductory sentence(s) would serve as an outline for the issue that you will be discussing throughout the article. It should read in a way that allows Creaite to naturally flow from your prompt into answering the questions/problem/subjects raised.

What to Avoid When Creating the Prompts

No Titles – The prompt should not be a title; it needs to be the opening to the article body itself. Creaite will generate an article based on the overall subject of the article it has written

Avoid questions – A question could prompt Creaite into thinking you want a question-and-answer style article. It may well answer the question correctly but then it could also continue by writing and answering further questions unrelated to your subject. If you do want a Question-and-Answer style article, then use the Q&A article type for much better results.

Avoid statements – A statement such as ‘Cats have 4 legs’ doesn’t leave much space for Creaite to continue from. As with questions this has the potential to work well but our guidance is to avoid making a strong statement.

Don’t be Too Specific – While each niche Creaite provides has a wealth of knowledge, it does have its limits. If you are a Rocket Scientist writing an article about why solid fuels are the best type of fuel for a certain type of space shuttle, then Creaite probably won’t have that level of knowledge. It will always do its best, but results can vary. On the other hand, sometimes, we are genuinely surprised at the information it does know so experiment with this point.

Do Not Try to Create Product Reviews – While Creaite may have limited knowledge on very popular products, results when trying to create product reviews will generally not be satisfactory.

In a nutshell, if the prompt you are entering would look out of place at the beginning of an article, then it probably isn’t a great candidate for Creaite to write from

Private Label Rights (PLR) Material

The use of Private Label Rights material is very popular, and for good reason. PLR materials make it very simple for you to get set up to sell products online. You can easily earn passive income with these types of products. It means that you have the rights to re-sell the product yourself, keeping all of the payments from each sale.

Working with resale rights is similar to Affiliate Marketing; you promote a product that someone else developed. The main difference being that instead of earning a percentage of the sale as commission, you earn 100 percent of the sale on each product.

The main benefit to purchasing resale rights is that you don’t have to create your own product, you don’t have to create a website, and you don’t have to write your own sales copy. You simply buy resale rights to a great product, and you are in the info product business that same day!

All Resale Rights are not the same…

There are four types of resale rights. You need to familiarize yourself with these so that you can choose which types of products you might want to research and sell. Even within each main group, you may find that the actual rights to the product vary. So be sure to read the instructions or rights that come with each product, as there may be variations from seller to seller.

Resale Rights (RR)

Some products come with resale rights automatically, others give you the option to purchase the resale rights to that product separately – or for a slightly higher price (upsell). In both cases you must purchase the product itself. Getting resale rights means that you will also generally receive the mini site (order page and download page) so that you can set it up and resell the product on your own website or on a new domain name.

Master Resale Rights (MRR)

Master Resale Rights work just like Resale Rights, except that you can also have the opportunity to sell the rights. So, in addition to making direct product sales, you can also sell the resale rights package to other interested sellers.

Private Label Rights (PLR)

With resale rights and master resale rights, you do not have authorization to edit the product in any way. There may also be requirements on details such as pricing. PLRs give you more flexibility, allowing you to customize the content and use it in a variety of ways.

You can purchase PLR (private label rights) to articles, reports, ebooks, or any other type of content. The seller passes on the “source code” or the raw product. You can add affiliate links, edit content, change the author’s name, sell it, or publish it in a different format.

To Sum it Up

Effective writing starts with planning. A helpful planning tool is using writing prompts so you can get a clear idea of what you want to write. You can find these prompts through niche research, analyzing what others are writing about and finding the popular topics.

If you’re too busy to write or don’t feel comfortable doing it, you can use tools to develop your content. You can also use PLR materials to get ideas or to use as a base for your content. Regardless of what you do, make sure your content is clear and thought out, so you grab and keep your readers’ attention.

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    2 replies to "Effective Writing with Prompts"

    • Riaan Cornelius

      Thank you for the very detailed write-up. There’s some very helpful advice, but what I’m really excited about is Creaite – I’m definitely giving that a look.

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