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« on: December 08, 2022, 11:25 »
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With all the worry about AI images ruining the industry, I just wanted to say that the new ChatGPT AI is actually really good at returning keywords with text based prompts.

"Give me 40 comma separated, one and two word keywords to describe a combine harvester in a field during the summer."

harvester, combine, field, summer, agriculture, farm, crop, harvest, machinery, technology, efficiency, productivity, work, labor, farmer, wheat, corn, oats, barley, rye, soybeans, rice, sunflowers, canola, sorghum, alfalfa, grasses, fieldwork, combine harvester, harvesting, agribusiness, mechanization, threshing, separating, collecting, gathering, storing, processing, agriculture industry, rural, countryside.

"Give me 40 comma separated, one and two word keywords to describe an office meeting with men and women discussing business."

office, meeting, business, men, women, discussion, collaboration, teamwork, decision-making, strategy, planning, brainstorming, presenting, sharing, listening, feedback, productivity, professionalism, corporate, executive, management, leadership, communication, negotiation, networking, brainstorming, whiteboard, conference table, laptops, smartphones, papers, pens, coffee, water, snacks, suits, ties, dresses, heels, business casual, office environment, meetings culture, office politics.

It's free (for now) and slow at times, due to the popularity. Everyone seems to be using it as their new personal work assistant and I wondered if it could be used to keyword for me. I know there are tools out there, but the results resonate so much better with me and feel like they've been pulled from stock sites.

Thoughts? You can try it yourself at https://chat.openai.com/


« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2022, 12:25 »
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Don't forget to tell it to rank them in some sort of order.

These machine learning programs are pretty amazing - but if everyone uses them, everyone will have the same keywords - which the machine learning programs will see and the circle will be complete.

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« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2022, 14:06 »
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Don't forget to tell it to rank them in some sort of order.

These machine learning programs are pretty amazing - but if everyone uses them, everyone will have the same keywords - which the machine learning programs will see and the circle will be complete.

And the same problem with the suggested keywords from the agencies and their AI version of what buyers want.

ChatGPT AI, I'm going to try it. Then take the best words and keep them and remove some of the less useful ones, in my opinion, because... Less Is More.  ;) More related and more specific that is.


« Reply #3 on: December 08, 2022, 14:14 »
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It seems nice I will try this... Thanks for sharing! :)

« Reply #4 on: December 08, 2022, 14:19 »
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Don't forget to tell it to rank them in some sort of order.

These machine learning programs are pretty amazing - but if everyone uses them, everyone will have the same keywords - which the machine learning programs will see and the circle will be complete.

And the same problem with the suggested keywords from the agencies and their AI version of what buyers want.

ChatGPT AI, I'm going to try it. Then take the best words and keep them and remove some of the less useful ones, in my opinion, because... Less Is More.  ;) More related and more specific that is.

there've been several articles on chatGPT in the ny times & i was about to try it later today

the keyword idea is great

chatGPT performs well when I pass its results thru a plagiarism checker

it's helping me set up background info for my africa blogs so i can concentrate on our actual safari
heres what i got for "explain geology of Ngorongoro Crater"

The Ngorongoro Crater is a large, inactive, and unfilled volcanic caldera located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the Arusha Region of Tanzania. The caldera was formed by the collapse of the volcano that created the crater about two to three million years ago. The walls of the crater are steep, rising 610 meters (2,000 feet) from the crater floor, and the floor of the crater is about 260 square kilometers (100 square miles) in area. The crater is home to a wide variety of animals, including lions, hyenas, elephants, and zebras. The unique geology of the Ngorongoro Crater, along with its abundance of wildlife, has made it a popular tourist destination.

« Reply #5 on: December 08, 2022, 14:32 »
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Very interesting, thank you!

« Reply #6 on: December 08, 2022, 15:25 »
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Don't forget to tell it to rank them in some sort of order.

These machine learning programs are pretty amazing - but if everyone uses them, everyone will have the same keywords - which the machine learning programs will see and the circle will be complete.

And the same problem with the suggested keywords from the agencies and their AI version of what buyers want.

ChatGPT AI, I'm going to try it. Then take the best words and keep them and remove some of the less useful ones, in my opinion, because... Less Is More.  ;) More related and more specific that is.

there've been several articles on chatGPT in the ny times & i was about to try it later today

the keyword idea is great

chatGPT performs well when I pass its results thru a plagiarism checker

it's helping me set up background info for my africa blogs so i can concentrate on our actual safari
heres what i got for "explain geology of Ngorongoro Crater"

The Ngorongoro Crater is a large, inactive, and unfilled volcanic caldera located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the Arusha Region of Tanzania. The caldera was formed by the collapse of the volcano that created the crater about two to three million years ago. The walls of the crater are steep, rising 610 meters (2,000 feet) from the crater floor, and the floor of the crater is about 260 square kilometers (100 square miles) in area. The crater is home to a wide variety of animals, including lions, hyenas, elephants, and zebras. The unique geology of the Ngorongoro Crater, along with its abundance of wildlife, has made it a popular tourist destination.

It's worth saying that you can use ChatGPT to generate topics to talk about. Ask it to create ten blog titles about a subject and you can then ask it to write a blog post ABOUT whatever number title you like the look of.

On a more technical level, it'll correct your programming code in any language, correct copy VERY professionally and write out scripts, code or programmes on any subject in the blink of an eye. Oh and if the code it gives you runs an error, tell it and it'll understand the mistake and correct itself!

I don't want to sound like I'm going too extreme here, but I think that soon the internet will be referred to as Pre ChatGpt and Post ChatGPT - this tool is about to change the internet and how we use it.

« Reply #7 on: December 08, 2022, 17:21 »
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Very impressive! my English is not that good and I wanted to ask a client for a payment in a kind way, I tried ChatGPT:

Prompt: "give me a kind way to ask for my payment from a client"

ChatGPT: "One way to ask for payment from a client in a kind manner is to simply remind them of the outstanding payment and express your appreciation for their business. For example, you could say something like: "Hello, I wanted to remind you that the payment for our services is now overdue. We really appreciate your business and hope that we can resolve this as soon as possible." This approach is polite and professional, and it should help to get the conversation started without offending the client."

Wow...

« Reply #8 on: December 09, 2022, 07:34 »
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To be perfectly honest, you could get better keywords in 5 minutes using the SS keyword tool or Imstockr because the ChatGPT keywords are terribly generic and don't really describe a lot of what's in your image.

« Reply #9 on: December 09, 2022, 08:14 »
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To be perfectly honest, you could get better keywords in 5 minutes using the SS keyword tool or Imstockr because the ChatGPT keywords are terribly generic and don't really describe a lot of what's in your image.

I dunno.. It's quite refreshing to not have to delete "background, blue, green, red, color" from the auto generated SS keywords.

It's worth me saying that these keywords are based off a very brief description. If you were to describe the scene better, then you might get better targeted keywords. My aim is to use this to supplement my keywording to find ones I hadn't thought of.

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« Reply #10 on: December 09, 2022, 21:54 »
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Interesting, with a bit of auto filtering and some adjustments it might be useful for large batch keywording... thanks

« Reply #11 on: December 10, 2022, 13:40 »
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Interesting, with a bit of auto filtering and some adjustments it might be useful for large batch keywording... thanks

you do have to careful as the AI doesn't always realize some facts need to be linked.  this is especially true with dates that get switched as if they were just adjectives.

today i asked for description of 'Roots of Heaven' and it switched the roles of Trevor Howard & Errol Flynn

but overall it's been a real timesaver for more generic summaries

« Reply #12 on: December 11, 2022, 04:36 »
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I dunno.. It's quite refreshing to not have to delete "background, blue, green, red, color" from the auto generated SS keywords.

It's worth me saying that these keywords are based off a very brief description. If you were to describe the scene better, then you might get better targeted keywords. My aim is to use this to supplement my keywording to find ones I hadn't thought of.

I don't understand. You're going to have to delete keywords from the ones ChatGPT provides as well (coffee, snacks, water, dresses etc.) and then add more of your own to make it more relevant. In the SS keyworder, you have to select from the keywords it provides and then add some of your own. It's essentially the same process, only ChatGPT requires you to go to its site, think up a good prompt that describes your image (maybe two or more times to make it accurate) and then go through the keywording process. Maybe I'm missing something here but the latter process feels more time consuming?

« Reply #13 on: December 11, 2022, 05:02 »
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Nice. It works well!

« Reply #14 on: December 11, 2022, 06:57 »
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I dunno.. It's quite refreshing to not have to delete "background, blue, green, red, color" from the auto generated SS keywords.

It's worth me saying that these keywords are based off a very brief description. If you were to describe the scene better, then you might get better targeted keywords. My aim is to use this to supplement my keywording to find ones I hadn't thought of.

I don't understand. You're going to have to delete keywords from the ones ChatGPT provides as well (coffee, snacks, water, dresses etc.) and then add more of your own to make it more relevant. In the SS keyworder, you have to select from the keywords it provides and then add some of your own. It's essentially the same process, only ChatGPT requires you to go to its site, think up a good prompt that describes your image (maybe two or more times to make it accurate) and then go through the keywording process. Maybe I'm missing something here but the latter process feels more time consuming?

I don't use the SS keyword tool these days. Used to, but I found the words weren't good enough to reach further out to buyers using related but indirect keywords. For example, a wind turbine would also have; energy crisis, cost of living, energy bills, power cut etc.

I always tag P5 stock stuff first because the CSV can be exported from there to copy to the other sites. P5 also deletes duplicate keywords, so I input my own and then copy the GPT tags into my P5 list and submit that. I'll end up with a mixed list without any duplicates then.

It might be time consuming to combine writing my own and using the GPT, but I want to get my images and videos keyworded properly to make money.

« Reply #15 on: December 13, 2022, 12:29 »
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