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  • Quick Hits — Tech/AI tools to help you create and curate content!

    Posted by Joshua Alcorn on February 8, 2024 at 4:42 pm

    Storytelling isn’t easy. But with the explosion of AI and tech tools, it’s easier now than it was just a few years ago.

    Here are a couple of tools to help you craft compelling stories, videos, and social media posts. These tools help you perfect your messaging, ensuring that your organization’s message is heard and felt.

    As my friend Steven Screen always says, if using AI (or any other tech tool) saves you time and allows you to communicate more frequently with your donors, you’re doing a disservice to your donors by NOT using it!

    What tech tools or AI do you use in your work? Share a few down below in the comments ????

    1. Lumen5: Converts text content into engaging video.

    2. Grammarly: Offers advanced grammar and style checks, good for creating compelling copy.

    3. Quillbot: AI-powered paraphrasing tool, helpful for refining messages.

    4. ChatGPT by OpenAI: Can assist in drafting articles, social media posts, emails, and other types of content.

    5. Hemingway Editor: Helps make your writing clearer and easier to understand.

    Alison replied 2 months, 2 weeks ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Marti Thomas

    Member
    February 13, 2024 at 7:11 pm

    ChatGPT is my new best friend lol Try asking it for a list of 30 quotes around XYZ and then use them in the bulk create feature in CANVA; 30 social media posts created in less than a five minutes.

    • Alison

      Member
      May 3, 2024 at 7:13 am

      I totally agree Marti! I’ve been able to kick off and complete projects must faster than before when I begin with ChatGPT. I’ve used it to write numerous blog posts. I find it works best when I include an existing article or blog to reference in the prompt.

      I recently tried using it to generate trivia questions, and while it gave me a good starting point, I still had to fact check them on my own because some answers were wrong or the questions were misleading.

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