Master ChatGPT 4 Ultimate ChatGPT Prompt Writing course

From Beginner to Advanced in prompt writing within Chat GPT. Enhance Your Skills and Unleash the Full Potential of GPT4
Master ChatGPT 4 Ultimate ChatGPT Prompt Writing course
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2.85 GB
Total length :
10h 48m



Marius Manola


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Master ChatGPT 4 Ultimate ChatGPT Prompt Writing course

What you’ll learn

Learn prompt engineering fundamentals for ChatGPT.
Master language, tone, and storytelling techniques.
Tailor prompts for various user types.
Design natural conversational flows.
Understand ChatGPT’s inner workings.
Analyze prompt performance.
Discover practical ChatGPT applications.
Learn tips and tricks to maximize usage potential.

Master ChatGPT 4 Ultimate ChatGPT Prompt Writing course


Access to the internet and ChatGPT is required


Unlock the full potential of OpenAI’s ChatGPT with our comprehensive online course, specifically designed to help you excel in prompt engineering techniques. Explore the fascinating world of Chat GPT and learn how to craft engaging and effective prompts that ensure optimal AI performance.Our expert-led course will guide you through the nuances of tailoring prompts to different user types and various applications of ChatGPT, from content creation and learning to business solutions. Dive deep into the inner workings of Chat GPT and gain valuable insights into its thought processes, enabling you to create conversational flows that feel natural, seamless, and human-like.With a strong focus on practical, hands-on examples, this course ensures that you gain real-world experience and develop the skills needed to harness the power of OpenAI’s ChatGPT in diverse scenarios. Master prompt engineering and learn tips, tricks, and techniques for overcoming limitations and maximizing the potential of this AI-powered language model.Throughout the course, you’ll not only gain a deeper understanding of ChatGPT but also learn how to effectively analyze prompt performance and use data to refine and optimize your interactions with the AI. By leveraging cognitive biases and persuasion techniques, you’ll be able to shape Chat GPT’s output to achieve desired outcomes.Don’t miss out on this opportunity to stay ahead in the rapidly evolving world of AI-driven communication.Why take this course?This course focuses a lot on the prompt structure and it teaches you how to manipulate the prompts so you get the best output possibleYou will find practical examples within each lesson since I show you examples as I explain the science behind prompt structureUnlike most courses that show you how you can use chatgpt for this and that, I teach you how to use chatgpt. The lessons gained in this course will be valuable no matter the field you are in. Basically, I give you the fishing rod and some extra fish.It has a pace that is easy to follow by beginners, but if you are a more advanced user, you can still take this course since you’ll find a lot of helpful insights. This is a self-paced course that covers material for all levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced.The course will get new big updates each month. What does it mean? Roughly two entire sections will be added each month, to ensure the course is relevant at any given moment. Updates will follow through all of 2023 and some portion of 2024


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 What should you expect

Lecture 2 How is GPT-4 better than GPT-3

Lecture 3 Getting used to the UI

Section 2: Basics of Prompt Writing

Lecture 4 Types of prompts

Lecture 5 Crafting Simple Prompts

Lecture 6 Conversation: Crafting Simple Prompts

Lecture 7 Crafting Complex Prompts

Lecture 8 Conversation: Crafting Complex Prompts

Lecture 9 Design Principles for Effective Prompts

Lecture 10 Recap

Section 3: Creating Effective Prompts

Lecture 11 Language and Tone

Lecture 12 Conversation: Language and Tone

Lecture 13 Engaging Prompts

Lecture 14 Conversation: Engaging Prompts

Lecture 15 Storytelling techniques

Lecture 16 Conversation: Storytelling techniques

Lecture 17 Writing Prompts that Drive Action

Lecture 18 Conversation: Writing Prompts that Drive Action

Lecture 19 Temperature Settings

Lecture 20 Conversation: Temperature Settings

Section 4: Things to Consider when Writing Prompts

Lecture 21 Context and Clarity

Lecture 22 Conversation: Context and Clarity

Lecture 23 Tailoring Prompts to User Needs

Lecture 24 Conversation: Tailoring Prompts to User Needs

Lecture 25 Using External Data

Lecture 26 Conversation: Using External Data

Lecture 27 Analyzing Prompts for Performance

Lecture 28 Conversation: Analyzing Prompts for Performance

Lecture 29 Real Life Examples

Lecture 30 Conversation: Real Life Examples

Lecture 31 Recap

Section 5: Writing Prompts for Different User Types

Lecture 32 Crafting Prompts for Different Ages

Lecture 33 Conversation: Crafting Prompts for Different Ages

Lecture 34 Crafting Prompts for Different Knowledge Levels

Lecture 35 Conversation: Crafting Prompts for Different Knowledge Levels

Lecture 36 Crafting Prompts for Different Backgrounds

Lecture 37 Conversation: Crafting Prompts for Different Backgrounds

Lecture 38 Crafting Prompts for Personalized Users

Lecture 39 Conversation: Crafting Prompts for Personalized Users

Section 6: Crafting Conversational Flows

Lecture 40 Overview of Conversational Flows

Lecture 41 Conversation: Overview of Conversational Flows

Lecture 42 Branching Logic

Lecture 43 Conversation: Branching Logic

Lecture 44 Handling Errors

Lecture 45 Conversation: Handling Errors

Lecture 46 Designing Natural Flow

Lecture 47 Conversation: Designing Natural Flow

Section 7: Within the Mind of ChatGPT

Lecture 48 Understanding the mind

Lecture 49 The thought process (PART 1)

Lecture 50 The thought process (PART 2)

Lecture 51 The thought process (PART 3)

Lecture 52 Better explanations

Lecture 53 Conversation: Better explanations

Lecture 54 Various Perspectives

Lecture 55 Conversation: Various Perspectives

Lecture 56 Devil’s advocate

Lecture 57 Conversation: Devil’s advocate

Lecture 58 Time constraints

Lecture 59 Conversation: Time constraints

Lecture 60 Use Bad Prompts

Lecture 61 Key Prompts

Lecture 62 Descriptive tokens

Lecture 63 Conversation: Descriptive tokens

Section 8: Scenarios

Lecture 64 Define who ChatGPT is

Lecture 65 Simulate learning environments

Lecture 66 Simulate chatting w/ various individuals

Lecture 67 When to use Simulations

Section 9: Prompt Generator

Lecture 68 What is a prompt generator?

Lecture 69 Generate simple prompts

Lecture 70 Generate complex prompts

Section 10: Cognitive Bias & Persuasion Techniques

Lecture 71 The Framing Effect

Lecture 72 Anchoring Bias

Lecture 73 Confirmation Bias

Lecture 74 Scarcity Principle

Lecture 75 Authority Principle

Section 11: Real Use Cases ( STAGE 2 )

Lecture 76 Introduction to a new chapter

Lecture 77 Default Structure

Lecture 78 Using the Default Structure

Lecture 79 50 prompts for “Explaining Concepts”

Lecture 80 50 prompts for “Summarizing and Reviewing”

Lecture 81 50 prompts for “Teaching”

Lecture 82 50 prompts for “Learning”

Lecture 83 50 prompts for “Productivity”

Section 12: Content Creation

Lecture 84 Generate Blog Post ideas

Lecture 85 Create Social Media Posts

Lecture 86 Compose Email Subject lines

Lecture 87 Crafting Persuasive Sales Copy

Lecture 88 Writing Inspiring Quotes

Lecture 89 Writing Film or Book reviews

Lecture 90 Writing Short Stories

Lecture 91 Writing Song Lyrics

Lecture 92 Writing Catchy Ad Slogans

Lecture 93 Writing Compelling Headlines

Lecture 94 Content Creation (Full Unfiltered Process)

Section 13: Learning and Education

Lecture 95 Developing Study questions

Lecture 96 Creating Educational Flashcards

Lecture 97 Generating Quiz questions

Lecture 98 Creating Word Problems

Lecture 99 Creating Sample Dialogues

Lecture 100 Explain Hard Concepts

Lecture 101 The thought process

Lecture 102 Timetable

Lecture 103 Creating a Vast Notepad

Lecture 104 Studying w/ ChatGPT (Full Process)

Section 14: Business and Marketing

Lecture 105 Brainstorming Business Names

Lecture 106 Generating Interview Questions

Lecture 107 Creating Event Invitations

Lecture 108 Developing Presentation Outlines

Lecture 109 Generating Pitches

Section 15: Social and Communication

Lecture 110 Creating Conversation Starters

Lecture 111 Summarizing News Articles / Blog posts

Lecture 112 Creating Engaging Ice Breakers

Lecture 113 Personal Journal

Section 16: Creativity and Problem Solving

Lecture 114 Brainstorming Product Ideas

Lecture 115 Creating Riddles or Puzzles

Lecture 116 Coming up w/ ingenious solutions for well defined problems

Section 17: Integration w/ other platforms

Lecture 117 Integration w/DALL-E

Lecture 118 Integration w/Sheets or Excel

Lecture 119 Integration w/Documents or Word

Section 18: Build a startup w/ChatGPT (unfiltered)

Lecture 120 Ideation

Lecture 121 Market Research

Lecture 122 Business plan

Lecture 123 Develop an MVP

Lecture 124 Get Feedback

Lecture 125 Content Creation

Lecture 126 Customer Support

Beginner Prompt engineers,People that want to boost their productivity with ChatGPT,People that use ChatGPT at work,People with an interest in artificial intelligence, natural language processing, or chatbot technologies that want to learn how to effectively interact with AI-powered language models like ChatGPT.,People that seek to improve their prompt-writing skills to obtain better results from AI language models in various applications, such as content creation, learning, business, or personal use.,People that are looking for practical, hands-on experience with real-world examples and exercises to enhance their understanding of prompt engineering and AI-driven communication.,People that may have some prior experience with AI language models, but want to deepen their understanding and mastery of prompt engineering techniques for more effective and efficient interactions.,People that want to explore the diverse range of applications and possibilities that AI-powered language models like ChatGPT can offer across different industries and domains.

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Udemy | English | 10h 48m | 2.85 GB
Created by: Marius Manola

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