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How ChatGPT Will Fundamentally Change Business #2326
January 01, 2023

In episode #2326, we talk about how ChatGPT will change business forever. With the search landscape on the edge of revolution, OpenAI has a big voice in the conversation, and in some ways has even leapfrogged Google! Tune in today to hear about what this could mean for the future of online business.


  • [00:20] Today’s topic: How ChatGPT Will Fundamentally Change Business.
  • [00:25] An overview of ChatGPT’s history and how it was developed.
  • [01:21] The business model that OpenAI uses.
  • [02:07] Powerful possibilities for new ways to communicate.
  • [03:16] Why ChatGPT is offering more than Google right now.
  • [04:22] Using chat assistants for tasks such as caption writing.
  • [05:09] The future of search and which platforms might dominate.
  • [05:27] That’s it for today!
  • [05:30] Go to https://marketingschool.io/ for more resources!

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