(Swipe, Thought, Uplifting, Picture, Interesting, Drawing)
🎤 Listen to this email here:
Heh....do you think the write of this ad knew what he was doing?? 😏
I also love that the yellow truck is actually called the "Macho Power Wagon" 😂
Sam Altman (who runs OpenAI) recently showcased an AI tool that takes written descriptions and generates pictures of them called Dall-E 2.
Checkout some of the user suggestions he typed into Dall-E 2, and the resulting pictures:
These types of AI tools are amazing for writers such as myself who like using a lot of images.
The reason is images often take waayyyy more time than writing. Having a cool "AI imaging assistant" could make our writing and videos far more engaging by cutting down the time it takes to make imagery!
Now I just blabbed on about how awesome images are, but I follow this huge Instagram account called "When Where What Austin" that does the opposite.
They primarily posts text on a blue square for all their posts and stories.
A typical post looks like:
This easy format has really caught on, so all their posts are like this:
It's so funny how this format became iconic, and now people know it as "that blue square account."
I'm a huge proponent of "co-working" because I work much harder when I THINK someone is looking at my screen.
If you weren't looking over my shoulder in this picture I'd be goofing off)!
However I did a Twitter Poll and 80% of people said they prefer writing alone:
I'm fine with writing alone OR writing around people....but I'm personally 10x likely to output more work if I think someone is around.
I was just on the My First Million Podcast talking about writing/creativity/happiness with Sam Parr.
We covered topics like:
When copywriting started to click for me.
Biggest mistakes in copywriting that people make.
Are people born creative or is it learned? (Hint: A bit of both)
My decision to die at 85 on Nov 17th, 2067
Living next door to your best friend
Listen on the blog.
Listen on Apple Podcast.
Listen on YouTube.
Throughout most of modern human history the written word was the only way to scale your communication.
But as time has gone on, especially after the internet, the amount of ways to spread a message at scale has gone up exponentially:
In the year 2022 we have TONS of free ways to potentially scale a message to nearly the entire human race:
• Tik Tok
• Media Companies
• Short videos
• So many more ways...
Hope you enjoyed these little tidbits, have a happy Friday!
Neville Medhora - CopywritingCourse.com | @NevMed