What exactly is ‘writer’s block’?
Writer’s block is a common experience amongst writers of all caliber. Even successful authors like Jk Rowling speak of their experiences with it. Masterclass describes it as ‘trying to write but being unable to find the right words. It’s the feeling of being stuck, blank, overwhelmed, or even confused.
The standard advice to overcoming writer’s block:
- Going for a walk
- Drinking a glass of water
- Listening to alpha beats
- Writing down anything that pops into your mind
- Watch a movie
- Have a shower
These are the obvious ones you’ll find in every blog post you read. Sometimes they work and sometimes they don’t. For this exact reason, we can force GPT-3 to help us.
How to overcome writers block using GPT-3
What is GPT-3:
Firstly, we need to understand what GPT-3 is. According to Wikipedia it’s an “autoregressive language model that uses deep learning to produce human-like text”. In layman terms, it’s an AI tool that creates content using deep learning. The acronym stands for Generative Pre-trained Transfer 3 and it’s the third version that Open Ai has released.
There’s actually a waiting list to be able to even use the technology. However, companies that were granted access have already created really useful tools for marketers and writers.
How you can use GPT-3 to instantly overcome writer’s block?
The easiest way to overcome writer’s block is to input your thoughts/ideas into a GPT-3 program and let it do the work for you!
Let’s look at a real example. Say you’re struggling to write about Growth Hacking, a marketing term and phenomenon that I personally find interesting.
All you would need to do is go to Writesonic (the tool we’re using in this example) and then paste that keyword into the tool:
It produces 10 different blog ideas with a blurb to get you started:
Here are some alternative use cases for GPT-3:
- Blog ideas
- Landing page ideas
- Google Ads
- Facebooks Ads
- Blog titles
- Product descriptions
- Job Descriptions
Here’s a list of popular GPT-3 tools to help you with future writer’s block:
GPT Crush has even curated a collection of every GPT-3 tool and its use case.