6 ChatGPT Prompts for Text Analysis

6 ChatGPT Prompts for Text Analysis

ChatGPT can generate usable content. But it can also analyze existing content — articles, descriptions — and suggest improvements for SEO and social media.

6 ChatGPT Prompts for Text Analysis

“Extract SEO keywords from [TEXT].” ChatGPT can quickly identify optimized keyword phrases from any post.

“Create a semantic analysis of my competitor’s content: [TEXT].” Semantic analysis extracts meaning from text by understanding the relationships between words and their context. Google uses semantic analysis to assign organic rankings.

“What prompt will generate similar quality and tone as [TEXT]?” Asking ChatGPT to reverse engineer a post will result in other helpful prompts.

“Analyze this article [TEXT] and generate Q&As, takeaways, and an editable comparison table.” Improving your (or your contributor’s) content using ChatGPT could help the page to get featured, rank in “People also ask” boxes, and earn FAQ rich snippets.

“Create a shorter version of [TEXT] for Linkedin and Medium that entices followers on those platforms to click through and read the original.”

Syndicating content to external sites such as Medium and Linkedin can engage followers, but copying and pasting entire articles create duplicate content. ChatGPT makes it easy to repurpose content for followers and encourages them to read the full version on your site.

“Create 10 posts from [TEXT] for Facebook, Linkedin, Instagram, and Twitter that entice followers to click the link to read the article.”

Writing click-worthy posts for social media can be time-consuming. ChatGPT can do the job quickly. It can even add hashtags when prompted. You need only to add the URL. In my testing, longer prompts can result in ChatGPT losing the request and, instead, offering a summary or analysis. In these cases, follow up with shortened, direct requests.

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