why should marketers embrace  chatgpt?

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By Bella Hales

Friday, 11th of May 2023

As technology continues to advance, it is important for businesses to adapt to the latest trends in order to stay ahead of their competitors. One of the latest technological innovations that has been gaining a lot of attention in the marketing and advertising industry is ChatGPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer).

ChatGPT is a powerful tool that utilises artificial intelligence and natural language processing to generate human-like responses to user input. This technology has already been implemented in various industries, such as customer service and healthcare, but its potential applications in marketing and advertising are vast. 

Whilst the technology has gained widespread use and acceptance in many industries, there are still some sceptics who are hesitant to fully embrace it. One of the main reasons being the concerns around accuracy and bias. As with any AI technology, ChatGPT is only as unbiased and accurate as the data it is trained on. If the data used to train ChatGPT is biassed or incomplete, the responses generated by the technology may also be inaccurate. 

Additionally, there are concerns around security and privacy, as ChatGPT collects and analyses user data. Some people may also be sceptical of the lack of human touch in ChatGPT responses, as it may not be able to provide the same level of empathy and understanding as a human representative.

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With this being said there are many brands who have already successfully implemented AI technology, namely beauty brand Lottie London who have used it to speed up brainstorming and Pizza Hut, who in 2016 implemented a chatbot on Facebook Messenger that allows customers to order food directly through the chat interface. 

And there are many more ways in which ChatGPT can positively impact your brand.


Streamlined content creation: ChatGPT can help streamline content creation by generating content ideas and providing inspiration for writers. By inputting a topic or seed keyword, ChatGPT can generate a list of related keywords and content ideas, making the content creation process more efficient and effective.

Personalised advertising: ChatGPT can help create more personalised advertising by analysing customer data and generating targeted messages. By understanding customer preferences and behaviours, ChatGPT can generate advertising messages that are tailored to the individual, resulting in increased engagement and conversions.

Enhanced SEO: ChatGPT can help enhance SEO by generating long-tail keywords and optimising content for search engines. By identifying new keyword opportunities and analysing search intent, ChatGPT can help improve website traffic and search engine rankings.

Improved customer service: Chatbots powered by ChatGPT can provide 24/7 customer service, handle a large volume of inquiries, and improve engagement with customers. By providing personalised and conversational responses, Chatbots can create a positive customer experience, resulting in increased satisfaction and brand loyalty.

Predictive analytics: ChatGPT can help with predictive analytics by analysing customer data and generating predictions for future behaviour. By understanding customer behaviour patterns and preferences, businesses can make data-driven decisions and adjust their digital marketing strategies accordingly.

Overall, it is clear that ChatGPT is a powerful tool that has the potential to transform the businesses helping them create more effective and efficient marketing strategies. And as ChatGPT continues to evolve and improve, it will undoubtedly become an even more valuable tool for businesses in the future.

So, would you use ChatGPT as a marketer? 

We just did. In fact, ChatGPT wrote the entire article you’ve just read.  So you have the answer directly from the Horse’s (Bot’s) mouth! 

Could you tell?

*Disclaimer*: To produce this article, we gave ChatGPT the following commands: “Write an article on: Why marketers and advertising specialists should embrace ChatGPT?” , followed up with “Why are people sceptical about ChatGPT?” and “How have brands started to use ChatGPT in their marketing strategy?”