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Everyone is buzzing about ChatGPT and Google’s Bard and the many uses small business owners can turn to the services for. But does it work?

I asked ChatGPT to write 100 words on how it can help small business owners.

Here’s what it wrote:

ChatGPT can be a valuable resource for small business owners in many ways. Firstly, it can provide them with information on a wide range of topics, from marketing and branding to customer service and finance. Small business owners can ask ChatGPT questions about specific challenges they are facing and receive relevant and helpful advice.

ChatGPT can also assist small business owners with automating routine tasks and processes, such as scheduling appointments or managing inventory. This can help save time and reduce the workload for small business owners, allowing them to focus on more strategic tasks and grow their business.

Overall, ChatGPT can serve as a helpful tool for small business owners to gain knowledge, automate tasks, and ultimately improve their business operations.

What do you think? Would you use it? [Editor’s note: I didn’t edit it, but if you use AI to write for you, you will need to edit it. For example, the word “firstly” is not commonly used, and it wrote “business” when it should have been “businesses.”

Learn more about ChatGPT and Google’s Bard.


Brian Moran

Brian Moran

Prior to rejoining the world of entrepreneurship, Brian was the Executive Director of Sales Development at the Wall Street Journal where he oversaw the sales development and marketing programs for the financial and small business categories among the many Journal brands. From 2002-2010, Brian was President of Veracle Media and Moran Media Group.

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