It is something you may look at, Thomas. I am unsure of the direction that technology is leading us. You can generate a 50-page eBook in half an hour with "script atlas." This is something for those of us for whom English is our second language.
It is not on the website; ScriptAtlas is stand-alone software you install on your computer. It is tailored whereby you use ChatGPT, Bing, Google, and others to organize and rewrite whatever you want. Indeed, it is more powerful than what I expected for $37. Please don't forget to use my affiliate link in case you decide to purchase. Thank you for your help.Eyasu, do you need to sign up for ChatGPT in order to use that ScriptAtlas website?
It is not on the website; ScriptAtlas is stand-alone software you install on your computer. It is tailored whereby you use ChatGPT, Bing, Google, and others to organize and rewrite whatever you want. Indeed, it is more powerful than what I expected for $37. Please don't forget to use my affiliate link in case you decide to purchase. Thank you for your help.
Please do so when you have time. You can watch videos on Vimeo so that you may have more ideas to develop your own.Thanks Eyasu, I didn't realize it was installed on your computer. I wouldn't be interested in purchasing because I can build something similar myself.
Script Atlas is a desktop software and is more of an organizer than anything else. It comes preloaded with prompts, but you can add your own and also add "snippets", which is content or prompts you save to include with other prompts when you are in ChatGPT inside the software.
As for ChatGPT, SA has an embedded browser so you can use ChatGPT inside the software when running some step-by-step "scripts" that basically provides a prompt formula for different kinds of content, like blog posts, video sales letters, emails, etc. People go through the steps and get a custom prompt for whatever it is they are wanting, and then they can copy and paste it inside ChatGPT inside the software. Pretty simple stuff actually.
After ChatGPT does its thing, then the output can be loaded into the "Script Editor", which is just an html editor, and you can format the output how you like, add photos from Unsplash, etc., and then post the finished article directly to WordPress from inside the software. You set up your WordPress login beforehand by creating a user "Application Password".
It has some other tools in there that are primarily accessed through APIs, different image sites, text-to-speech, speech-to-text, etc.
From what I've seen, ESB will be able to create similar software.
Joan made a lot of sales promoting it, but he didn't really recruit affiliates for it. It was very popular with Joan's customers, yes. They like organizer type software, and people generally are sick of paying for OpenAI API access, so that was a big plus being able to use it directly with ChatGPT and have all those prompts neatly categorized.Interesting how they are using a browser to connect. Guess it keeps people from having to register for the api. I briefly looked at it and it just seemed like they put together a bunch of copy and paste prompts that people can click on. Not a bad idea, I guess.
I have EasyDoco connecting to Wordpress the same way. Create a user Application Password and then you can access the blog through the Wordpress Rest API.
Is this a popular program?
The only downside of ESB created software is that it's not Mac compatible. It wouldn't be an issue at all if Mac users weren't so anti-Windows after they switch to Mac. It's like switching has this ridiculous effect on peoples' minds. Lol. They can run Windows in a virtual machine on a Mac, but a lot of those people develop strange attitudes - like having Windows on their Mac somehow "taints" their pristine Mac machines. It's really crazy how people think about these things.