Is ChatGPT a Gold Rush…or a Fool’s Errand?

ChatGPT and other AI tools are a hot topic right now, as they should be. They are rapidly changing how businesses plan their content strategies.

But these AI tools do have serious flaws, as I recently wrote on LinkedIn.

They can write content based on what other writers have posted online…but they cannot generate original ideas.

They can’t understand human psychology or related to people one-on-one (even if that relationship is one-way, i.e. the writer and the reader).

They also don’t cite sources, so it’s a lot of work to try and figure out where they pulled their information.

5 Micro Lessons for Content and Copywriting Freelancers!

Greetings, writers of the world! Not long ago, I was tutoring a younger writer who wanted to improve their copywriting. I made notes to review with her during our sessions, and want to share them with you, too!  So without further ado… Imagine you’re in a class. The teacher talks a lot and makes importantContinue reading “5 Micro Lessons for Content and Copywriting Freelancers!”

Let’s Talk About Strunk & White’s 11 Elementary Principles of Composition

Strunk and White’s “11 Elementary Principles of Composition” are still relevant and critical. I highly suggest learning and applying these concepts to your own work, no matter what type of writing you do.