Are you struggling to come up with catchy hooks for your tweets?
Look no further than Hot Hooks, the tweet hook writing cookbook.
In this video, I'll walk you through the process of using Hot Hooks to generate engaging hooks for your social media posts.
Get Your API Key
The first step is to obtain an API key from platform.openai.com. Once you have your API key, you can copy and paste it into the designated cell in the Hot Hooks Google Sheets template.
This will enable you to generate hooks using OpenAI's language model. To generate a hook, simply enter a topic and the pain point you want to address.
Best Hook Formats
The format for a hook is "X mistakes I made and how to fix them."
For example, if you want to write a hook about struggling with Google Sheets, you might enter "Everybody struggles when they first start using Google Sheets. I used to cringingly rely on Excel too. Here are five mistakes I made."
Once you have entered your topic and pain point, click "generate heat" in the Hot Hooks menu.
The tool will then use the OpenAI language model to generate a hook for you. If you like the hook, you can use it in your tweet.
Write Your Own Tweet Hooks
If you want to create your own hooks, you can add them to the Hot Hooks template.
To do this, go to the model db tab and name your hook in the first column. In the second column, enter the format for your hook.
In the third column, provide at least one example of your hook. This should include the input (i.e. your topic and pain point) and the output (i.e. the generated hook). Hot Hooks is a great tool for anyone looking to improve their social media presence.
By using the power of the OpenAI language model, you can generate engaging hooks in seconds. And if you want to create your own hooks, the Hot Hooks template makes it easy to do so.
If you have any questions or issues with Hot Hooks, I'm happy to help. So why not give Hot Hooks a try and see how it can help you write better hooks for your tweets?
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