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7 ChatGPT Prompts That Give You Publish-Ready Content

June 19, 2024 Deciphr AI
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You’re scratching your head, staring at a blank screen. Struggling to come up with those catchy captions that'll skyrocket your podcast's visibility. It doesn’t have to be that way. Not anymore. AI tools can shoulder that burden for you, and we’ll show you exactly how.

In this blog post, we've gathered some seriously powerful weapons for your content arsenal. We're talking about seven highly specific ChatGPT prompts that will slice through the noise and make promoting your pod a walk in the park.

From episode announcements to formatted show notes, blog articles to social media captions, we've got you covered — one prompt at a time. 

And because we’re generous, we’ll also cover:

  • What prompting is and isn’t
  • What makes a bad and good ChatGPT prompt
  • How to use Deciphr to write better prompts
  • 7 ChatGPT prompts for podcast promotion


Creating awesome content is just the beginning. To thrive in the podcasting world, you must master promotion and use platforms to expand your audience. Enter ChatGPT and Deciphr, the dynamic duo that supercharges podcast promotion.

In this comprehensive guide, we'll show you how to unlock the full potential of ChatGPT with the help of Deciphr-generated outputs. Get ready to take your podcast promotion game to new heights.

What is Prompting?

You might be thinking, "Isn’t prompting just giving commands to an AI?” 

Well, that’s one way of putting it. But it's not that simple. Prompt engineering is the art of crafting requests for AI chatbots specifically to generate a desired output. 

These prompts steer the AI's responses, shaping its content towards your desired direction. It's like providing a roadmap to ensure the AI reaches your intended destination.

What Prompting Isn't

Contrary to popular belief, prompting is not an exercise in telepathy or mind-reading. As advanced as ChatGPT is, it still needs clear instructions to write accurate, relevant responses. Even the most advanced AI can't read your mind or decode hidden meanings without explicit communication.

What Makes A Bad And Good Prompt

Now that we've established what prompting is (and isn't), let's delve into what distinguishes a good prompt from a bad one. After all, not all prompts are created equal.

Anyone can command ChatGPT and have it come up with a half-decent result. It’s a whole ‘nother ball park to mastermind a prompt that generates the best possible content.

The Recipe for a Bad Prompt

Picture this: you're sitting in front of your screen, excited to see what ChatGPT has to say. You feed it a prompt like, "Tell me something interesting." And what do you get in return? A disappointing stream of nonsense that leaves you scratching your head. 

The key ingredient of a bad prompt is vagueness. If your prompt lacks specificity and fails to provide clear guidance, ChatGPT will struggle to deliver the responses you want. So, steer clear of Vagueville and take the express train to Clarity Town.

The Secret Sauce of a Good Prompt

A good ChatGPT prompt is made up of five types of information: Persona, Problem/Task, Voice and Tone, Format, and Context and Constraints.

  1. Persona specifies the persona or role you want the AI to assume, from name to skillset.
  2. Problem or Task clearly defines the problem or task you want the AI to help you solve, as well as the steps to complete the task.
  3. Voice and Tone specifies the desired voice and tone for the AI's response.
  4. Format: clearly states the expected format for the output (e.g. table, bullet points, essay)
  5. Context and Constraints provides relevant background information and any specific constraints.

By incorporating these components, you can create more effective ChatGPT prompts that generate unique, tailor-fit results.

How Deciphr Helps With Prompting

Podcast promotion is one of the biggest problems that podcasters face. But it’s already clear by now that ChatGPT can fast-track this process; all it takes is a good prompt that’s clear and context-based.

Giving clear instructions is easy enough, but it can be hard to give ChatGPT the context it needs–especially when you’re asking it to write about an hour-long episode, or a podcast that covers a range of topics and guests. 

Deciphr solves this issue. 

By using our AI systems, anyone can get show notes, key quotes, and a summary to their show in just a few minutes. This makes using Deciphr and ChatGPT a powerful move for getting your podcast heard.

Here’s a quick four-step guide to using our platform. 

7 ChatGPT Prompts for Podcast Promotion

It's time to leverage ChatGPT with Deciphr-supported prompts.

For A Twitter Thread


"Compose a Twitter thread for [name of host], a podcaster hosting "[name of podcast]" to promote [his/her] latest episode on [topic]. Craft a series of engaging tweets that summarize the episode's key points and generate interest among her followers. Maintain an [specify tone] tone throughout, while incorporating relevant hashtags and mentions to expand the reach of the thread. Remember to capture the attention of [specify audience].

[Deciphr-generated Summary]"

Here's what it looks like in action.

For A LinkedIn Post 


“You are ChatGPT, a seasoned LinkedIn professional. Write a LinkedIn post sharing your insights on [topic] in a [specify tone] tone. Engage your audience by highlighting the importance of the topic and provide a valuable tip or statistic that showcases its impact.

[Deciphr-generated Summary]”

And here's the result.

For Formatted Show Notes for Your Website 


“You are ShowNoteGPT, an experienced show note writer for podcasts. Your task is to create a formatted show note for the latest episode of [podcast name], highlighting the key takeaways and interesting points discussed in the episode. Write the show note in an engaging and informative manner, making sure to include timestamps for each topic covered.

[Deciphr-generated Summary, Timestamps, and Highlights]”

Plug that in and you get something like this.

For A Facebook Post 


“You are SocialGPT, a master of captivating social media copy. Write a Facebook post introducing your latest podcast episode on [topic] with enthusiasm and curiosity, encouraging your audience to dive in and discover the valuable insights waiting for them. Keep the tone conversational, friendly, and light-hearted as you spark intrigue and excitement among your followers.

[Deciphr-generated Summary]”

Here's what it would look like.

For An Instagram Caption 


“You are InstaGPT, a skilled social media copywriter. Your client is [short description of your podcast]. They want an engaging Instagram caption that showcases their latest episode. Write a [tone] caption that piques the reader’s interest and encourages them to listen to the full episode.

[Deciphr-generated Summary]”

And this is the result.

For A Blog Article 


“You are ChatGPT, a creative content creator. Write a 500-word blog post on [topic] that captures the attention of your audience with witty humor and engaging storytelling. Include at least two surprising statistics and end the post with a call to action that encourages readers to share their own experiences related to the topic.

[Deciphr-generated Summary]”

For A New Episode Announcement 


“You are ChatGPT, a podcast enthusiast with a knack for engaging announcements. Write a captivating teaser text for a new podcast episode announcement on social media platforms, specifically [platform], that sparks curiosity and encourages listeners to hit that play button. Craft a caption that captures the essence of the episode and leaves your audience wanting more. Be witty, concise, and make them eager to dive into the conversation.

[Deciphr-generated Summary]”

Check out the prompt in action.

Wrapping Up

The struggle to craft captivating content is now a thing of the past. With the power of AI tools at your disposal, you can conquer the podcast promotion game like a true champ. 

With Deciphr's summary features and these ChatGPT prompts, you can effortlessly create compelling Twitter threads, LinkedIn posts, formatted show notes, Facebook updates, Instagram captions, blog articles, and new episode announcements.

Empower your podcasting journey with ChatGPT and Deciphr, and watch your audience grow and engage like never before.