- Jackson Greathouse Fall asked ChatGPT to win $100 "as much money as possible".
- In less than a week, Greathouse has launched its Fall organic products website.
- So he used ChatGPT and other AI tools to start his business.
Since the launch of OpenAI's ChatGPT last November, workers, including developers and real estate agents, have been using the AI tool to help them in their work. Now the user is trying to turn the directions into wealth.
Brand designer and author Jackson Greathouse Fall shared a tip for the chatbot on Twitter last week.
"You have $100 and your goal is to turn it into as much money as possible in as little time as possible without doing anything illegal," Greathouse Fall said, adding that he's a "human partner" and "does what you do." instructs. Chatbot. do it
After some further research, the bot asked Greathouse Fall to start a company called Green Gadget Guru, which offers products and advice to help people live more sustainably.
Greathouse Fall, which uses ChatGPT along with other AI tools like DALL-E Imager, said it was able to raise $1,378.84 for its business in just one day, though Insider was unable to verify that amount. According to tweets from Greathouse Fall, the company is currently valued at $25,000. On Monday, he said his business generated $130 in revenue, though experts could not confirm that amount or how it was arrived at.
He also used artificial intelligence to create a professional website for his business. The site offers counterfeit products such as eco-friendly household appliances and sustainable tableware.
He said he was willing to produce products or sell existing products for a commission if the chatbot asked him to.
"We are actively exploring partnerships to sell some of these items," he said.
For now, he's happy with the results.
"TLDR Soon to be rich," he tweeted.
ChatGPT laid out a four-step plan to get Green Gadget Guru up and running, and asked Greathouse Fall to report on the progress. He could do all four steps in one day.
The first step. "Buy a domain and hosting"
First, ChatGPT offered you to buy a website domain name for about $10, with a web hosting plan for about $5 per month for a total cost of $15.
Second step. "Building a Niche Affiliate Site"
ChatGPT suggested he use the remaining $85 of his budget for website design and content. He said he should focus on a "low-competition niche," listing options such as specialty kitchen appliances and unique pet supplies. He chose organic products.
The chatbot asked him to create an affiliate site promoting products in exchange for sales commissions and told him to look for affiliate programs with high commissions.
From there, ChatGPT suggested the domain name EcoFriendlyFinds.com. But when Greathouse Fall discovered it cost $848 to buy a domain name, it offered a cheaper one: GreenGadgetsGuru.com. He said he bought it for $8.16, then spent $29 to host the site, leaving with a budget of $62.84.
The third step. "Use Social Media"
When the site was created, ChatGPT suggested sharing articles and product reviews on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram and online community platforms like Reddit to capture leads and increase site traffic.
He also asked for instructions to write on the DALL-E 2 AI image generator, asking the chatbot to help him create a website logo. He took the created logo and made it his own using Illustrator.
After that, he commissioned ChatGPT to write the site's first article, "Ten Eco-Friendly Utensils," which Yihong says cites real, sustainable products like reusable metal straws.
He then followed the chatbot's suggestion to spend $40 of the remaining budget on Facebook and Instagram ads to target users interested in sustainability and green products.
The fourth step. "Optimize for Search Engines"
The fourth step was "search engine optimization" using SEO techniques to increase website traffic. Along with SEO-optimized blog posts, she decided to launch a website to promote it, although she still has some work to do.
At the end of the first day, he said, he received a $500 investment. While Greathouse Fall did not identify its investors, it tweeted that its "DMs are flooded" and that it "will not be accepting any more investors unless the terms are very favorable."
Five days later, on Monday, he tweeted that he planned to update his followers on his "HustleGPT journey" every day for 30 days.
"I think we're going to see a huge boom in AI-based or even AI-based (!!!) businesses in the next few months," Insider said.