I’m very pro-technology and innovation.
For instance, I’m excited to see what AI platforms like ChatGPT can do for us as a society and business owners.
I’ve seen peers use it to create website coding and write email subject lines! I even had a friend use ChatGPT to name her Airbnb property! Super smart.
However… I start to have an *issue* with AI when people use it to replace their “meaty” content. Hear me out, lol.
Now, I’m not talking about content ideas or taglines but “meaty” as in content that is supposed to be original, like blog posts, emails, social posts, podcast scripts, etc. Make sense?
As a business owner and a lawyer, these AI platforms are too new and unregulated to know how authentic the content generated for you is. Is it plagiarized from somewhere or someone else? How much of it is factual? We don’t actually know, lol.
Maybe you’ve felt the same, so you haven’t tried AI platforms or stopped using them altogether. If so, you’ll want to tune in to today’s episode!
In today’s On Your Terms Podcast episode, we’re diving into the marketing and legal landscape of incorporating AI (ChatGPT) into your online strategy.
I’m talking about…
➡️ Examples of how to use AI in your marketing
➡️ Where it’s essential to keep a human touch in your business vs. using AI
➡️ The possible legal issues in using AI-generated content
Again, AI or ChatGPT isn’t “bad” to use, but knowing when and how to use it in your business is crucial to creating and marketing with integrity, not to mention legally.
You can listen to the episode on Apple, Spotify, or directly on my podcast page.
If you listen to the episode and like it, feel free to DM me on Instagram. Like I’ve said before, I’ve been loving having these nuanced conversations on topics like this, and I would love to hear your thoughts!