How to Effectively Use ChatGPT for Your Digital Marketing Dos and Don’ts

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Heard the buzz about ChatGPT and wondered how it can help your real estate business? Maybe you’ve tried AI and have even perhaps incorporated it as a go-to tool for communication. In today’s digital age, real estate agents have more innovative marketing technologies than ever before. But at the same time, more marketing options and platforms on which to stay relevant. Between email, blog content, ads and social media, there’s a significant amount of marketing which needs to be created on a regular basis.


ChatGPT and other AI tools offer a way to create more in less time, with less stress and effort on your part. ChatGPT has gained significant popularity as an AI-powered language model. When used effectively, ChatGPT can enhance digital marketing efforts and streamline communication with potential clients. However, for best results, it’s crucial to understand the dos and don’ts of utilizing ChatGPT. Let’s explore some of those ways to utilize ChatGPT and some issues to avoid when adopting this exciting new technology.


Do: Personalize Conversations

ChatGPT allows real estate agents to engage with clients in a personalized manner. But, you should always tailor your messaging to meet individual needs. It can be helpful to think of ChatGPT as a writing buddy, there to keep writer’s block at bay and help you churn out more effective communication. However, since everyone now has access to this tool, you don’t want your reader to believe that your email response to them was generated by a bot. Instead, allow the AI writing tool to give you a start, but by making the conversation more personal and relevant with your own additions, you can establish a stronger connection with potential buyers and sellers.

Do: Factcheck

Although ChatGPT can be used as a tool to provide accurate and detailed information, you should always use your own data or at least double check stats when it comes to properties, pricing, neighborhoods, and market trends. Remember, ChatGPT uses data from 2021. If you’re looking for current information, ChatGPT isn’t the right source. This is especially important since you want to position yourself as a knowledgeable expert in the real estate market and gain trust and credibility.

Don’t: Forget About Privacy

Protecting client data and ensuring their privacy should be a top priority. When using ChatGPT, follow data protection regulations and implement security measures to safeguard personal information. Be transparent about the data you collect, how it’s used, and provide options for clients to opt out if they wish.

Do: Work More Efficiently

ChatGPT can help streamline routine tasks, such as scheduling appointments, sending property listings, or answering frequently asked questions. By automating these tasks, you can save time and focus on building more meaningful relationships with clients. In this way, you can offer 24/7 availability by creating a chatbot powered by ChatGPT to assist visitors with property searches, mortgage calculators, and appointment scheduling. These interactive features require zero effort on your part. After installation, you can passively capture potential clients’ interest, helping you to convert them into leads.

Don’t: Rely Solely on ChatGPT

While ChatGPT can assist with communication and lead generation, it should not replace you or your unique approach to real estate. Human interaction is at the heart of the service you offer. So be judicious with the tasks you assign to your AI assistant and those that you retain for getting your personal touch. For example, maybe a blog post could be written by ChatGPT about one of the neighborhoods you serve. But maybe it’s better to ask ChatGPT for an outline and some intro and conclusion sentences rather than allowing it to write the entire article. From there, you can fill in the blanks with your personal observations and insights that no AI can compare to (at least for now!).

Don’t: Overuse Technical Jargon

While it’s important to demonstrate your expertise, be cautious about using excessive technical jargon. Not all clients will be familiar with industry-specific terms. Use language that is easily understandable, avoiding complex terminology that might alienate or confuse potential buyers or sellers. An email response can be quickly written with AI. But it’s best to take a second pass to make it more conversational. This will help ensure it’s less stiff and more in line with your brand.

As technology continues to advance, it’s important to adapt your communication strategies to stay relevant and engaging. ChatGPT helps by providing a powerful tool to enhance your emails, e-newsletters, social media, and blogs. By following the dos and don’ts outlined above, you can effectively leverage ChatGPT and still provide personalized, valuable content. With a little supervision, you can have an efficient way to foster meaningful connections without sounding like an automated bot. Embrace this innovative technology while maintaining the human touch that sets you apart in the real estate industry.

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