Chat GPT

Hey fellow AE's and SDR's,

I was just wondering if anyone out there is using chat GPT to drive sales and increase performance? I mean, I know we're not all "robo-salespeople" but I feel like chat GPT could be a game changer.

I'm not sure if any of you have heard the joke about the robot who walked into a bar, but I'm pretty sure he left with a sale. Haha, I'll stop with the mom jokes now.

Seriously though, I'm curious to hear about any success stories or strategies for using chat GPT as a sales tool. Let's share tips and tricks to help us all close more deals and make more money! ๐Ÿ’ฐ
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lowhangersalesbanger
8
SDR
I have been using it to draft cold emails. I don't use it word for word but I take the parts I like and implement them into my emails.
coletrain
Politicker
3
Account Executive
For me this seems to be the best way to do it: get a draft from ChatGPT then tweak it to make it your own.
SaaSsy
Politicker
1
AE
You didnโ€™t find that it just spit back website language to you? I only tried it once so itโ€™s possible Iโ€™m completely missing the cool factor here but I didnโ€™t really see any value add (I guess if someone struggles with grammar or being concise, maybe ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ). Can you share more about what youโ€™ve done?
lowhangersalesbanger
3
SDR
I told it to write an email about the services I offer. It gave me a very robotic response that highlighted all the key points I wanted. All I did was edit it to make it seem like a human wrote it. I liked it. But I know a lot of people who don't.
antiASKHOLE
Big Shot
3
Account Executive
I haven't even played with it yet
Diablo
Politicker
2
Sr. AE
Havenโ€™t used it as of yet. Do you see improvement in the results?
Armageddon
Valued Contributor
2
Account Executive
where was this service when I was in college?
Kosta_Konfucius
Politicker
1
Sales Rep
Played around but havent changed my process with it too much. Still trying to learn the tool
HappyGilmore
Politicker
1
Account Executive
I've played around with it to an extent but I think it's valuable for helping craft ideas on emails for example. Would be cool someday for ChatGPT to integrate with an email tool such as Lavender.
Gasty
Celebrated Contributor
1
Community Manager [War Room]
It integrates with gmail. The chrome extension is available already. ChatGPT Writer.
Sunbunny31
Politicker
1
Sr Sales Executive
Haven't had time to try it yet. Maybe once my work and personal life settle down a bit.
sketchysales
Politicker
1
Sales Manager
Not looked at it just yet, would be interested to check it out though although i dont send many cold emails.,
punishedlad
Politicker
1
Field Sales
There's not really a need for me to. My outreach isn't really email heavy. I could see it maybe coming in handy for a call script?
MeowMeow
Politicker
1
Enterprise Account Executive
I had it write my OKRโ€™s this year and some email templates. Itโ€™s going to be a game changer!
titan
Member
1
account exective
Itโ€™s a cool tool. I donโ€™t think it will help โ€œdrive revenueโ€. Thatโ€™s up to you as the AE - you canโ€™t automate a human relationship.
GingerBarbarian
Opinionated
1
Lead Sales
I spoke at a conference in November on a few panels about AI and how it will impact sales.

Personally, I see AI as a net negative for sales people. Any sales role that is little more than a KPI factory (make 100 calls per day) will likely be digitally outsourced to AI programs due to low cost and high output.

The best thing we can do right now is become great at full cycle sales. By understanding the full revenue process we can be much more valuable than the SDR/AE/AM roles that have been created
Illyrian
Opinionated
1
Enterprise Account Executive
ChatGPT is an awesome tool. Iโ€™ve been using it religiously since 1st week of general release and what Iโ€™ve learned is that the answers are only as good at what prompts you give it. The great thing is you can give it a really long prompt, and tell it to answer within certain predefined parameters you set. Ultimately, the expectation should be that ChatGPT can get you 80% of the way there, but the other 20% should be your own expertise tweaking the outputs. This is a game changer folks as itโ€™s pretty much the first advanced consumer facing AI tool that very purposefully is designed to augment human intelligence, not replace it.
GreenSide
Politicker
0
Sales manager
Do you have an example prompt youโ€™ve used?
Illyrian
Opinionated
0
Enterprise Account Executive
Yes most recently Iโ€™ve used it to understand a family memberโ€™s medical diagnosis. I took what the diagnosis had in scientific terms, and asked ChatGPT to summarize and explain for me. I then drilled down into each of the places where i needed more clarity. The prompt would be โ€œplease analyze the below text and summarize in one paragraph what the prognosis is and what next steps areโ€
Lambda
Tycoon
0
Sales Consultant
I have been using it to post here in the war room .....0.o
Kidding, but in all seriousness Chat GPT should scare all of us. It is learning WAY faster than we could ever imagine
ZVRK
Valued Contributor
0
Enterprise Account Executive
I just use it for jokes LOL but I see how it could help, especially if English is not your mother tongue. As an enterprise AE though, I`m still struggling to think of ways to use it to my advantage..
Armageddon
Valued Contributor
0
Account Executive
This is interesting, may have to give it a shot
GTMLeader
0
GTM Leader
I'm on "the list" for the free trial.

Interesting Microsoft already has $3B invested in OpenAI. Reports are that they are in talks for another $10B, giving MS a 49% ownership stake. Imagine ChatGPT embedded into Outlook.
BTQ
Opinionated
0
SDR
You need to be VERY specific when using the prompts.

Here's a helpful tip I found.
Use your pitch in quotation marks and ask GPT to give you an answer to the following questions from the reader's point of view:

How is this different from everything else Iโ€™ve seen? Whatโ€™s in it for me? How do I know this is real? Whatโ€™s holding me back? Who/What is to blame? Why now? Why should I trust you? How does it work? How can I get started? What do I have to lose?
You can use this prompt to find holes in your pitch and refine it better.

Using ChatGPT like this is way more intuitive than just using "write me a cold email for <ICP> in a short punchy tone"
maxmartin
Valued Contributor
0
Senior Sales Executive
You can use it but never take it for granted ,for example if you are to send an email using ChatGPT after it's done writing down the email for you just make sure to read it before you send it to make sure it doesn't say anything you didn't intend to say to the prospect and so on as I guess it's new and hasn't beentestedyet as much as required and please don't forget that Tesla Car accident that happened recently using the Auto Drive Option:)
finboi
Notorious Answer
0
Fi-nance
Use it for a start and for brainstorming but you gotta check the output and make it sound like your own voice
SDRMANDO
Valued Contributor
0
Principal
Our team is experimenting with it for the creation of sales emails.

It seems to create much longer sales content emails than what we'd do ourselves.

Not sure if these GPT emails will convert better but we're trying so far.
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