Learn Analogies from ChatGPT
PLUS: Google's new AI feature for Marketers
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In this issue, I’ll be covering how to create new analogies with ChatGPT and 5 coding languages you should be using for your business.
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Create New Analogies with ChatGPT
Using new analogies as a content creator or coder can significantly increase the amount of understanding you achieve with your audience or coworkers.
When hearing a new analogy, it’s common to catch people’s attention more effectively than if you were to just talk straight up.
Most of the time though, learning new analogies simply just comes from the luck of someone you know saying something new in front of you. With this prompt, that changes.
Here’s a ChatGPT prompt to come up with a new analogy for whatever use you desire:
“Please generate effective analogies to enhance my copy. I need analogies to better explain a concept or idea. Analogies can help simplify complex concepts and make them more relatable to the reader. Please consider the following information to provide me with relevant analogies: The concept or idea I want to explain using an analogy: [insert] Target audience: [insert] Tone or style of the copy: [insert, e.g., formal, casual, technical, humorous] Specific aspects or attributes of the concept I want to emphasize: [insert] Any specific emotions or reactions I want the analogy to evoke: [insert]”
5 Coding Languages You Should Be Using For Your Business
Research and Analytics: Python. Python is a common language choice for many types of software, making it straightforward to learn and use. It’s also easy to learn and use because of its simple syntax.
Google Programs: Kotlin. Kotlin is now the official Android language and offers comprehensive advantages to developers because Google actually prefers it.
Multiplatform Language: Java. The portable, server-side language is in many fields like e-commerce, finance, and many other industries. This is usually true due to its features like strong security.
Large Projects: Go. Go is your next best alternative if C++ is too difficult to learn or too complicated. Go is often used for projects that contain machine learning, making it relevant today.
What’s Going on this Week? 🤔
LinkedIn reached 1 Billion members and at the same time released an AI feature for Job seekers. 80% of recent members joining LinkedIn are joining from outside the US as well.
Google is bringing generative AI tools for product images in the U.S. If you’re an advertiser in America you can now create and edit product images in seconds with Product Studio.
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