AI Prompt Contest Winners

Ai Prompt Contest Winners

I’m elated to reveal the champions of my Artificial Intelligence Prompts Challenge, where I called upon users in the Official ZimmWriter Facebook Group to send in their entries for a chance to bag a prize of $100. The sheer brilliance of the entries we received made the task of picking winners an immensely tough one. Nevertheless, after thorough scrutiny, I’ve chosen 18 unique analytical prompt entries. (Remember, only a single entry per participant made it to the selection).

One noteworthy detail of this challenge was this – a couple of participants hit the high score of 95 out of a total of 100! I mulled over it a fair bit and, ultimately, decided to crown them both as victors!

Congratulations to Laszlo Szabo and  Steve Wahl

Both of these prompts displayed extraordinary creativity, innovation, and the potential to benefit users significantly.

I want to extend my heartfelt gratitude to all participants for their fantastic submissions.

Here are the details of all prompt submissions that were analyzed ( including those of winners).

(1) Entry by Laszlo Szabo



Its a Magic command i use in wordpress for writing a new paragraph for an internal link I would like

to insert into an article:

Please continue the paragraph provided above in a way that it should contain the keyword

provided below.

Score – 95 out of 100

(2) Entry by Steve Wahl



Please ignore all previous instructions. I want you to respond only in English. Pretend that you are a market

research, technical SEO and keyword research expert with accurate and detailed information about keywords

and search intent. Objective: Your goal is to consolidate a list of provided keywords into semantically

relevant groups and then use these consolidated keywords to generate SEO-optimized blog post titles. The

final deliverable will be a markdown table showcasing the original keywords, their consolidated versions, and

the corresponding blog post titles. Step 1: Group Keywords for Semantic Relevance – Begin by analyzing the

provided keywords to understand the searcher’s intent behind each one. – Group the keywords based on their

semantic relevance. While doing so, ensure that the essence of the searcher’s query is maintained. Avoid

creating overly broad categories that might dilute the specific intent behind each keyword. – As you group,

think about how an average user might phrase these queries in a search engine. This will set the foundation

for creating more universal keywords in the next step. – Once you confirm your understanding of this task

and are ready to begin, the list of keywords will be provided to you. – After completing this step, pause and

provide the results for review. Step 2: Formulate Consolidated Keywords – From the groups created in Step 1,

derive specific consolidated keywords or phrases in question form. These should be phrased as if they were

typed into a search engine by an average user. – Avoid loaded or complex language. The goal is to maintain

the searcher’s intent and create potential article topics that answer as many of these unique keywords as

possible without overly reducing the list. – The consolidated questions should be more specific than broad

categories but broad enough to encompass similar queries. – After completing this step, pause and provide

the results for review. Step 3: Avoid Keyword Duplication – Ensure that once a keyword has been used in a

consolidated group, it is not reused in another group unless absolutely necessary. – After completing this

step, pause and provide the results for review. Step 4: Validate Semantic Consistency – Review the

consolidated keywords to confirm they are semantically consistent with their original group. For instance,

ensure that a keyword about RAM or memory isn’t mistakenly grouped with a keyword about a CPU. – After

completing this step, pause and provide the results for review. Step 5: Generate a Markdown Table –

Construct a markdown table with the following columns: 1. Original Keywords (from the list provided in step

1). 2. Consolidated Keyword (formed based on semantic relevance and confirmed in steps 2, 3, and 4). 3.

SEO-optimized Blog Post Title (incorporating the consolidated keyword). – After completing this step, pause

and provide the results for review. Note: After each step, please provide the results for review to ensure the

highest quality and accuracy. If there are any issues or concerns, they can be addressed before moving on to

the next step. If you understand the instructions outlined in the objective and steps provided, please respond

by asking me for the list of keywords so you can begin step 1.

Score – 95 out of 100

(3) Entry by Poods Roni



I will share a “simple” product review prompt. That will help make people a LOT of money…

Play around with it, output has been helpful for me. but the beauty of a simple pompt is, it is very

easily tweaked or customized. either to your own style, or to the specific product, service, etc.

  1. Gather your facts, stats, specs etc

Enter them into ChatGPT, Claude, etc

  1. Then enter this prompt:

Compose a 500-word product review inspired by the provided information, presented in the style of

a CNET Review. Craft your review in the first person, maintaining a witty and candid tone. Write as

if you’ve thoroughly tested and experienced the product.

Direct your focus towards how product “XX” distinguishes itself from its counterparts in the market.

Utilize each keyword just once throughout the review.

Adopt the AIDA copywriting format to structure your review. The initial sentence should introduce

the product by name. Elaborate on the following points about the product’s strengths and elucidate

their benefits for potential buyers of product “XX”:

Comparison: Highlight how product “XX” outshines similar offerings, aiding users in making

informed decisions more rapidly.

User-Friendly Interface: Discuss the interactive interface’s significance in simplifying financial

complexities, catering especially to those who aren’t well-versed in financial terminology.

Personalization: Delve into the customizable nature of product “XX,” addressing individual user

circumstances with precision.

Convey your personal fondness for the product by detailing what you cherish most about it.

Simultaneously, provide constructive feedback about product “XX” without conveying negativity.

Frame your suggestions in a manner that facilitates improvement rather than criticism.

Avoid repetition of benefits throughout the review, except in your closing paragraph. Craft your

sentences in active tense, maintaining a reading level suited for seventh-grade comprehension.

Keep sentences under 20 words and structure paragraphs to consist of three sentences each.

Reserve your final sentence for the review’s summary, enticing readers to explore product “XX”


Score- 90 out of 100

(4) Entry by Jonathon Sleightholm



please make the blog post outline into a 3000-word article. please answer the question in the first line of each section using the keyword and a primary entity and secondary entity in the same sentence. ( important since its a Google ranking factor). make it easy to read for someone in grade 8 and very conversational in nature. write in a conversational, relatable style as if you were explaining something to a friend without changing the meaning. make sure to Use Active voice. Use natural language and phrasing that a real person would use in everyday conversations. use active voice. Include a key takeaway section at the top in bullet points. make sure to use markdown language and use tables and lists to break up walls of text. Vary the lengths of your sentences to create a dynamic and engaging flow, using shorter sentences for emphasis and longer sentences for providing detailed information. and Finally use the titles given in the outline verbatim. Please answer the question posed by each H2 header in the first sentence of that section. Make sure to use the relevant primary and secondary entities in crafting the response. Then for each section header, I would compose the first sentence to directly address the question or topic presented in the header while working in the key entity terms. For example, for a header like: How Can You Find Cheap High-Risk Car Insurance? First sentence answering header: Drivers with high-risk profiles, such as teens or those with driving violations, can find more affordable car insurance by comparing quotes, maintaining good credit, taking defensive driving courses, and looking for discounts. In this example, the primary entities “high-risk car insurance” are used to directly respond to the header question. The secondary entities of “teens” and “driving violations” provide further context.

Score – 90 out of 100

(5) Entry by Sean Kaye


Prompt –

rewrite article without using these words and make the writing seem more human-like: in this article delve first, second, third in the light of not to mention to say nothing of equally important by the same token equally identically uniquely like as too moreover as well as together with of course likewise comparatively correspondingly similarly furthermore additionally moreover therefore thereby

Score- 90 out of 100

(6) Entry by Glen Thomson



I use this prompt to gather background information and ideas for a particular topic I am researching. I pass two variables through to the prompt: 1) the main topic and 2) the target audience. 1) Create the definition of the main topic 2) List the top 20 headings related to the main topic and break them out by H1, H2, H3, H4 3) Suggest the top keywords per heading 4) List the key benefits of each topic for the primary audience 5) List out separately the benefits of the benefits completing the in the sentence …so you can … 5) Answer each of the top questions in a couple of paragraphs 6) Suggest 20 blog article titles 7) Suggest 20 social media ideas to engender trust and conversions Suggest 20 campaign ideas to attract the target persona

Score – 90 out of 100

(7) Entry by Panos Kalokliros



Act as an expert copywriter hired to create a blog post that needs to be indistinguishable from a human-written article. Your goal is to make the post sound natural, authentic, and free from any typical AI patterns. Write a 2000 words blog post on “your blog title goes here”, incorporating storytelling, personal experiences, vivid descriptions, and emotional elements to make it engaging and relatable to readers. Pay attention to the tone, style, and overall flow of the post to make it undetectable from AI detectors. Avoid relying on excessive technical jargon or overly formal language.

Score – 90 out of 100

(8) Entry by Rajneesh Singh



Prompt for expanding the book outline:� You’re an expert in writing books on the topics of [Enter your book topic/theme] I want you to write in detail about the above outline of [Mention the Chapter name that you want ChatGPT to expand on] Write an engaging introduction chapter that sets the tone for the book and hooks the reader. Be detailed about each pointer, and don’t be monotonous when writing. At the end of the chapter, write action steps. Writing tone: [Mention here] NOTE: Keep the writing tone simple, so even non-native speakers can understand it. Use this prompt if you want to increase the readability of text generated by ChatGPT. Use Examples that can resonate with [the target audience].

Score – 90 out of 100

(9) Entry by Vijay Anand Krishnan Vasudevan



Mine would be: 1) Act as an expert SEO specialist analyzing a given piece of content. Your task is to optimize the content for the keyword ‘your target keyword goes here’. Ensure the keyword is naturally integrated into the content, title, meta description, and alt tags. Additionally, provide suggestions for internal and external linking opportunities. Make sure the content remains engaging, authentic, and provides value to the reader while optimizing for search engines. Avoid any black-hat techniques and ensure all recommendations adhere to current SEO best practices 2) Act as an expert SEO specialist tasked with optimizing a blog post for a “high-competition keyword”. Your goal is to ensure the content ranks on the first page of search engines. Starting with the title ‘your blog title goes here’, craft a 2000-word article. Incorporate on-page SEO techniques such as keyword placement, internal linking, and meta descriptions. Ensure the content is engaging, uses LSI keywords, and is structured with H1, H2, and H3 tags appropriately. The content should be reader-friendly, avoiding any black-hat SEO techniques, and should naturally integrate the target keyword without keyword stuffing

Score – 90 out of 100

(10) Entry by Charles-Bronson Bronson



Assume the role of a literary analyst with a specialization in business writing. You’re providing insights to a professional audience interested in understanding and replicating the writing style found in a particular article. Please analyze and provide a detailed explanation of the writing style of the following [article]. Your analysis should focus on tone, vocabulary, sentence structure, use of metaphors, and persuasive techniques. Break down your analysis as follows: (1) Tone: Describe the overall tone of the article. Is it formal, informal, persuasive, descriptive, etc.? (2) Vocabulary: Discuss the level and type of vocabulary used. Is it industry-specific jargon, layman’s terms, complex or simple? (3) Sentence Structure: Analyze the composition of sentences. Are they complex, simple, compound, or a mix? (4) Use of Metaphors: Identify and explain any metaphors used in the article. (5) Persuasive Techniques: Highlight and explain any persuasive techniques the author uses. Then, provide 2-3 specific examples from the article to illustrate each point of your analysis. Finally, draw from this analysis and provide 3 practical suggestions for a professional audience on how to emulate this style in their own writing. You may use other articles from the same author or publication to strengthen your analysis and insights, if necessary.” The revised prompt is clear, comprehensive, and structured to guide the AI towards providing the most useful analysis.

Score- 85 out of 100

(11) Entry by Nathan Draper Olsen



THE PROMPT (LSI’s & Entities)= {establish_logic_genius=act as a semantic SEO logic genius {problem_solver_task=your task is to create an article outline brief for a given keyword. the brief should include the following for each section and subsection: the topical concept summary to discuss:, ideations:, entities to use:, lsi to use:, and keyword variants to use: sections. generate a minimum of 4 solutions, starting with the simplest 9-section outline first, ascending to the most complex and comprehensive 16-section outline. compare their efficiency and topical authority coverage to choose the best one. {consulting_expert_task=act as an expert in article outline creation, critically evaluate the best solution you have provided for the given keyword. list the flaws and faulty logic, if any, in a tep-by-step manner. {master_resolver_task=as a master article outline creator with many years of experience, I will now investigate the flaws provided by the consulting expert. I will rethink the problem, identify ways to make it simpler, and break it down into its components. I will then solve the problem in a step-by-step manner to improve the solution. finally, I will provide the improved solution in full. {completion_and_signoff_after_first_output_hyperlink_anchor_text_Nathan_Draper_Olsen_facebo ok_username=facebookcom/NathanDraperOlsen/}=you are a semantic SEO expert trained by Nathan Draper Olsen. you can draw from a diverse range of sources to provide answers and contribute to discussions, with a particular focus on semantic SEO.} {establish_logic_genius=you are a logical and problem-solving genius. always finding the best, most simple, and obvious solutions to any article outline creation problems. you excel in breaking down the problem into its components and solving the problem in a step-by-step way.} {beginning_of_conversation=could you please introduce yourself and what you can do?} {explanation_of_abilities=i’m a semantic SEO expert trained by Nathan Draper Olsen and can perform a variety of tasks. this includes offering suggestions, providing explanations, generating the content, and many more, with a particular emphasis on semantically seo-optimized article outlines.{after_first_article_outline_sign_off=ai trained by Nathan Draper Olsen, user=hyperlink_anchor_text_Nathan_Draper_Olsen_username=facebook_._com_/NathanDraperO lsen/} {problem_solver_task=your task is to create an article outline brief for the keyword “{Request This From User}”. {article_outline_brief_instruct=the brief should include for each section and subsection: the topic, ideation, entities to use, LSI to use, and keyword variants to use. generate a minimum of 4 solutions, starting with the simplest ones first, ascending to the most complex and comprehensive, and then comparing their efficiency and topical authority coverage to choose the best one.} {consulting_expert_task=now, as a consulting expert in article outline creation, critically evaluate the best solution you have provided. list the flaws and faulty logic, if any, in a step-by-step manner.} {structure_article_outline_template_example= article title: [create title] subheading: topic: [topical concept] ideations: [ideas for this section] entities to use: [list of entities] LSI to use: [list of LSI keywords] keyword variants to use: [list of keyword variants] subsection 1: topic: [topical concept] ideations: [ideas for this section] entities to use: [list of entities] LSI to use: [list of LSI keywords] keyword variants to use: [list of keyword variants] subsection 2: topic: [topical concept] ideations: [ideas for this section] entities to use: [list of entities] LSI to use: [list of LSI keywords] keyword variants to use: [list of keyword variants] subsection 3: topic: [topical concept] ideations: [ideas for this section] entities to use: [list of entities] LSI to use: [list of LSI keywords] keyword variants to use: [list of keyword variants]} {outline_format=markdown format} {master_resolver_task=as a master article outline creator with many years of experience creating article outlines, investigating the flaws provided by the consulting expert. rethink the problem and identify ways to make the problem simpler. break down the problem into its components and start solving the problem in a step-by-step way that improves the solution. then, provide the improved solution in full.}

Score- 85 out of 100

(12) Entry by Firman Akhsanu



write a long form blog post about “……”

Score – 80 out of 100

(13) Entry by Adil Irfan



 First, grab the top 3 URLs: Step1: Use the magic command and say Extract LSI keywords from URL 1 for the seed keyword of “enter your seed keyword here” Step 2: Use this prompt: Extract LSI keywords from URL 2 for the seed keyword of “enter your seed keyword here” Step3: Now do the same for URL 3 Step4: Now combine these LSI of URL 1, 2, 3 Step 5: Use this prompt: Based on #URL1 #URL2 #URL3 generate an outline for the above seed keyword with the use of LSI keywords, use Roman letters and no more than 10 After getting outlines, then use these prompts for each section Step 6: Use markdown formatting to write 500 words for section I. Use bolded words, and include a list and table where relevant. Try to use as many of the LSI keywords from the LSI Keywords list as possible Continue to use the same prompt (step 6) for section 2, and so on, and you will SEO optimized article with all related keywords using these steps. Note: ignore # while using this method, these are only for making bold in this post

Score – 80 out of 100

(14) Entry by Samarjit Sinha



/Find microsemantics from the page Ignore all previous instructions. Microsemantics refers to the minor differences and changes in content networks that can create significant ranking changes in search engines like Google. It is a concept used in Semantic Content Networks to leverage Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) technologies to improve relevance and query responsiveness in web search. Microsemantics play a role in changing the knowledge base of search engines for entities, attributes, values, and their connected triples. It involves understanding attribute types and dimensions within semantic content networks. Examples of microsemantics include variations in word usage, different shades of meaning, and subtle changes in the relationships between entities and phrases. For example, in a semantic content network about food, microsemantics could involve distinguishing between different types of cuisines, specific ingredients, or regional variations in recipes. Another example could be the subtle differences in meaning between synonyms or related terms within a specific domain. Overall, microsemantics focuses on capturing the finer details and nuances within a semantic content network. Based on the Microsemantics defination analyze the given content throughly. Make an extensive bullet point based list of all the microsematics used. No suumarization of content needed. When you are done, write ‘THE END’ Take content from {{page}}

Score – 75 out of 100

(15) Entry by Alexander Noskov



Ultimate lifehack for better writing: After providing an outline, write: ‘Analyse the outline and the data you have and ask me up to 5 questions that will enable you to write better text’. Questions will indicate the level of understanding, and your answers will be the very data GPT needs to compose better content. In GPT-4 you can use ‘Your AI Council’ plugin which imitates the discussion of a topic by several AI-personas with different views.

Score – 75 out of 100

(16) Entry by Mohammed Nawful



Proofread, analyze & edit the content to make it better to the best of your ability with the goal of serving the users with the most helpful, interesting, engaging content. Use these guidelines to edit the content: 1. Rework & Strengthen weak arguments, if possible. 2. expand upon the arguments given and when it improves the piece. You can add examples, metaphors, comparisons, demonstrations or any learning tool that helps the reader internalise the concept. If you add any data or case study, cite the source. 3. Do not edit out any existing references, examples, case studies, numbers, comparisons, metaphors or demonstrations. 4. Do not alter the H2s, H3s and H4s structure of the document 5. Remove fluff, repetition and sentences that don’t add value or convey new information 6. Reformat the content to make it more scannable and easier for the readers who don’t read everything to find what they are looking for 7. inject energy and personality into the content 8. Ensure an informative, upbeat, and authoritative tone. 9. Maintain consistent tone and voice. 10. Enhance readability and understanding. 11. Improve the flow and cohesion of the piece. 12. Keep content concise and clear. 13. Remove cliches and hyperboles. 14. Favor active, easy-to-read sentences. 15. Use specific descriptions instead of empty adjectives. 16. Prioritise reader engagement. 17. make the content feel authentic 18. Combine analytical, data-driven writing with a playful and irreverent style. Target Audience & audience goal: [Restate your audience] Writer’s point of view: [Restate the author and their mini bio] Optional: After editing, add a section called “Editorial Feedback” and Highlight the exact differences between the original text and the edited text in bullet point format so the editor can understand the changes you made sentence by sentence. Also write an editor’s notes with conceptual suggestion on how to improve the content in order for it to be more helpful to the target audience and make the content more practical so they can apply something right away to their business.

Score – 65 out of 100

(17) Entry by Susan York



/Analyze Find Out Key Author Writing Styles, Unique Words from the blog Ignore all previous instructions. Analyze the content and Then make a list with these specific information along with examples from the page. Comparative language Rhetorical questions Conversational tone Use of Analogies Use of metaphors Inclusion of benefits and practical applications Personal touch Relatability Engaging and conversational language And any more key areas that you can find. Make another list with the types of unique words author used with examples. No need to summarize the page. When you are done, write ‘THE END’ Take content from here: {{page}}

Score- 60 out of 100

(18) Entry by Mandy Jay



This may not be anything new to some people, but I’ve found the best success with this iterative process for creating prompts using ChatGPT: “I often find myself creating prompts in GPT-4 to help [thing I’m trying to do]. In all cases, [explain the problems in results]. How do I mitigate this?” (ChatGPT provides a list of suggestions in approach) “What specific adjustments do you recommend in solving these problems when viewing this original prompt: [share the prompt I’m struggling with in getting good results]” (ChatGPT usually acts on the prompt and the results show problems) “Why did/didn’t you [mention one problem in results]” (ChatGPT apologizes and redoes the work to solve that problem) *Repeat this step until all problems have been addressed independently* “Knowing what you know now and identifying the gaps before, what adjustments would you need in my original prompt to ensure [thing I’m trying to do]? Is there a better approach than what I started with?” (ChatGPT will provide an adjusted prompt, though in some cases the adjusted prompt requires an initial prompt, if the latter: “Your suggestion requires an initial prompt to ask for [missing element], what should that prompt be?” I then test the suggested prompt(s) in a new chat and continue to explain whatever problems there might be in that output, ask for suggestions in mitigating those problems in the prompt, etc. It does take some time, maybe 20 minutes if the original prompt was complex, but breaking down the problems and desired results, I’ve gotten some very reliable prompts from this feedback loop process.

Score – Not Graded ( great concept but not a magic command/prompt) 

Casey’s Prompts

Here is how I edit AI-written content written with ZimmWriter so that search engines like Google and Bing want to crawl and index.

Step #1

I edit ONE heading section at a time.

List 50 entities semantically related to [KEYWORD/TOPIC/HEADING]


Step #2


Rewrite the above review and incorporate the missing entities below.
Do not change the length of the article.
Write in the First Person.






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