Can our Tribe beat Technology?
By Sue Ellson
When a crisis occurs, technology is a tool, but our tribe is our toolkit.
Now, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is taking off and this would have to be the most monumental shift I have observed since I have joined the online world.
Back in 2001, it wasn’t long before I secured 60,000 unique visitors per month. I was pretty happy. Over the years, I have learnt a few things about Search Engine Optimisation and Social Media as well as the importance of Online Reviews, Links (external, internal and reciprocal in particular on high Domain Authority websites).
I am still kicking goals in the online world, still sharing my message and earning a living, but the heady days of 60,000 unique visitors a month is a distant memory.
Last year, my personal SueEllson.com website was hacked and it took nearly three months to replace my 350 pages of content created over 10 years. I was glad, because I knew that if it wasn’t hacked, I wouldn’t improve the language, look and feel of my website and sure enough, my results have improved.
But now, there is a new player.
One that could create and possibly even publish 350 pages of content in my writing style in minutes, not months.
So far, I have been to three events discussing ChatGPT, two in person and one online. Yes, most of my time is spent in front of a screen, but I have been attending between one and four events every week since the year 2000 in an effort to keep myself up to date and employable.
I understand ChatGPT’s potential power. I can see the application possibilities. This week, I also heard about how AI will be used not just with text, but also with images, audio, and video. As an author, content creator and consultant, it is a game changer. Search engines are already racing to…