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How to Use ChatGPT for Your Podcast
Episode 10323rd January 2023 • Podcast Monetization Secrets • Christy Haussler
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The continuous rise of technology and many innovative programs and websites have greatly contributed in providing faster and more efficient labor. In fact, what once was an hour’s job can now be accomplished in a shorter span of time through the help of the internet and other AI tools.

In the world of podcasts, there have been a lot of improvements throughout the years and one of the major trends is the usage of AI tools that help podcasters to massively decrease the amount of time they spend on creating content.

A famous tool that’s being used by many creators now is called ChatGPT (Generative Pre-Trained Transformer). And today, we’re going to talk all about that.

ChatGPT and the problem with it.

Before there was ChatGPT, there were other writing tools which I personally used like Jasper.AI and it has been working well for me. Recently, I tried ChatGPT which has altered my preferences.

I switched my subscription to ChatGPT because of how incredible and high quality its service is. The cost doesn’t even matter because it’s worth it. However, ChatGPT is still in beta and so, they’re experiencing issues the same way as anyone else does in beta.

Sometimes, there are time periods where the server tends to get overloaded and shuts down and that’s understandable considering that many users are now discovering the greatness of such an AI tool. 

Introduction to ChatGPT.

These AI tools use a combination of machine learning, human behavior and sort of human conversation flows. It creates human-like responses to create conversations and content based on artificial intelligence that greatly mimics it.

It actually exceeds what we can produce sometimes as humans. If you're worried about humans getting replaced by robots or other technology. That age is upon us and we just have to make sure that we are using things properly and not contributing to our own demise with this kind of stuff. 

As for ChatGPT, it is a system that open AI has built and they have continued to improve it which made the industry stand back in awe with its efficiency and creativity. It even gives prompts informing you that the server is down or that there are other users engaging with the AI chatbot.

Using ChatGPT to write podcast outlines, scripts, and courses.

ChatGPT is such a creative tool and it greatly helps when writing podcast outlines and scripts. In fact, there's a podcast that my company is launching right now with a highly influential person in their specific niche. 

We are using AI tools to create all of the podcast art - making content outlines, determining what topics to talk about, writing podcast scripts, and more. That highly influential person will just have to sit down and record their own voice which is truly and unbelievably amazing.

Using ChatGPT is easy. In fact, I used it the last time I created a brand new podcast and I just asked some questions I wanted in order to get the content out then I combined all the responses I got into one podcast script that I could use.

You could also use AI to help determine what keywords people in your audience would be looking for. You can even ask it to write headlines for you which can also be potential podcast episodes.

Once you use the technology, you begin to understand how it responds to you. Likewise, it begins to understand what information you want it to provide to you and so it just gets better and better with each use. 

Besides creating podcast outlines and scripts, you can also use ChatGPT for creating courses. It is such a time saver as it pulls out information out of the internet faster than having to research it on your own. However, always keep in mind that these tools aren't perfect and it requires a bit of manual intervention. 

Using AI to create artwork for your podcast.

There’s this artwork platform called Midjourney which is another amazing AI tool that creates artworks based on text descriptions which works quite similar to OpenAI’s DALL-E.

Through Midjourney, we’re able to create visual images that are compelling and that are hopefully going to cause people in the podcast catalogues to be more curious about what the podcast is talking about, and have them go in and listen.

Putting content produced from AI tools into AI detection software

Many of these AI tools that we use produce high quality content and so some people may get the urge to run them through an AI detection software. You don’t have to worry about this issue though. They won’t be because they're human in touch. 

So you won’t have to spend so much time on working, let chat GPT do the work for you whether it’s for writing an email, recipe, content, outlines, or whatever it is that you want. Surely, it’s going to come out good.

Use these tools to your advantage because if you don’t, you’re going to be left behind. What it should do is it should shorten your time for production and allow you to scale and create more valuable content. 

I’m sure there will be more things that will come along in our space that will help us create faster but better content because we're not going to be limited by what a human can physically produce. 

I've been using these tools and if you haven’t listened to my last podcast episode called “Outwit, Outplay, Outlast”, go back to that and realize that the entire script that I used for that podcast was written by AI. I prompted it and it gave me what the content was. As expected, I did it faster than I would write it myself. 

If there's anything I can do to help you with your podcast, I will be more than happy to help out. You can visit and I’ll give you a blueprint for how you can monetize your podcast.