The 13 best frameworks for ChatGPT prompts

frameworks for chatgpt prompts

We love AI-generated textsand let's be honest, by now we immediately look to see if it was written with AI or not. Sometimes I can't use a few words in my posts anymore, even if it sounds good, because the AI has simply overused it. Like for example :

"in a world of ..."
" Oasis of well-being..."
"Immerse yourself..."
"Unveiling of..."

Do these statements sound familiar? Yes, because everyone goes to chat gpt and enters exactly that:

"Hello, please create a 1000 word blog post about digital marketing for me, thanks!"

Then you just dive into a world of repetitive 0815 posts that do nothing, don't rank, etc. 🙂

That's why I've written this blog post so that you can use ChatGPT divorced can use. These framework prompts will help ChatGPT understand your needs much better and therefore massively improve the quality of the output it can produce.

The 13 best frameworks for ChatGPT prompts

Here are some ways you can get better results with the ChatGPT. Let's dive into fun, let's go!

1st CLEAR Framework

  • Context: Background information or the situation that led to the need for the order is provided.
  • Logic: The reason or logic behind the task is explained.
  • Expectations: It clearly states what is expected of the end product, including what it should contain or address.
  • Action: The action or task to be performed is specified.
  • Restrictions: Any restrictions or conditions, such as number of words, tone of voice or specific details that should be included or avoided, are mentioned.

    2. SMART Framework

    • Specific: The task should be formulated as precisely as possible in order to describe exactly what is required.
    • Measurable: Criteria for measuring the success of the result should be defined.
    • Achievable: It should be ensured that the task is within the capabilities of the AI.
    • Relevant: The request should be relevant to the overarching goal or need.
    • Time-bound: If applicable, a deadline or time frame should be set for the task.

    3 PACT Framework

    • Purpose: The purpose of the assignment should be clearly formulated to make it clear what is to be achieved.
    • Audience: The target group for the content or result should be specified.
    • Context: Any relevant context that helps the AI to understand the situation or background should be provided.
    • Tone: The desired tone of the result, such as formal, informal, convincing, etc., should be described.

    4th GUIDE Framework

    • Goal: The final objective of the order should be defined.
    • Understanding: It should be ensured that there is a mutual understanding of the task and expectations.
    • Information: All necessary information and details that the AI needs to perform the task should be provided.
    • Direction: Clear instructions on how to proceed should be given, including steps or methods.
    • Evaluation: Criteria for assessing the quality and success of the result should be defined.

    5 QUEST Framework

    • Question: It should start with a clear question or problem to be addressed by the AI.
    • Understanding: Clarify your own level of understanding of the topic or problem and what information you are looking for.
    • Expectation: The aim is to define what a successful response or result looks like.
    • Scope: The scope of the task should be limited to ensure focus and relevance.
    • Time: Any time restrictions or relevant time frames should be specified.

    6 FOCUS Framework

    • Function: The function or role to be fulfilled by the AI should be described.
    • Outcome: The desired outcome of the interaction should be clearly articulated.
    • Criteria: Specific success criteria should be defined, including any qualitative or quantitative measures.
    • Underlying Assumptions: Any assumptions made about the task or the information provided should be recognized.
    • Strategy: A strategy or approach should be proposed that the AI should pursue when processing the task.

    7 IDEA Framework

    • Intent: The intention or purpose behind the order should be stated.
    • Details: Detailed information and context necessary for the task should be provided.
    • Examples: Examples or models that the AI can use for orientation or from which it can learn should be offered.
    • Adjustments: Any adjustments or refinements to be made based on initial results or feedback should be specified.

    8 SPARK Framework

    • Specificity: What is required should be described as specifically as possible.
    • Purpose: The reason why this task or output is requested should be explained.
    • Audience: It should be defined who the intended target group for the issue is.
    • Relevance: To ensure that the request is relevant in the current context or situation.
    • Knowledge: Any background knowledge or insights that could help the AI to better understand the task should be shared.

    9 RISEN Framework

    • Requirement (or Role): First, the exact requirement or need that is being addressed should be specified. What needs to be achieved or solved?
    • Information (or Instructions): The information that is currently available and any additional information that may be required should be described in detail. This helps to identify gaps in knowledge.
    • Strategy(or Steps): A proposed strategy or method for accomplishing the requirement should be outlined. How do you envision the task being completed?
    • Evaluation: It should be defined how success or failure is evaluated. Which metrics or indicators are used to assess the results?
    • Negotiation(or Narrowing): To recognize where flexibility or adjustments in expectations, strategies or outcomes may be needed.

    10 RHODES Framework

    • Research: Identify what research needs to be done to fully understand the problem or task. What data or information is needed?
    • Hypothesis: A hypothesis or an initial concept should be formulated as to what the solution could look like or what result is expected.
    • Objectives: The objectives to be achieved should be clearly formulated. These should be specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound (SMART).
    • Development: The steps or phases in the development of the solution or the completion of the task should be described. How is the transition from concept to reality organized?
    • Execution: It should explain how the plan is executed. Which resources, tools or processes are used?
    • Synthesis: It should be detailed how the results are synthesized or integrated into the bigger picture. How is success measured and communicated?

    11 CLIMB Framework

    • Context: A background or context should be provided for the task. Why is it important and what other implications are there?
    • Limitations: Any limitations or restrictions that could influence the task should be identified. What challenges should be considered?
    • Initiatives: Outline the initiatives or actions that will be taken to address the task. What specific steps will be involved?
    • Metrics: The metrics or benchmarks for evaluating progress and success should be defined. How will the effectiveness of the initiatives be measured?
    • Benefits: The expected benefits or results of the task fulfillment should be described. What impact will this have on the overarching goal or problem?

    12 GATHER Framework

    • Goal: Clearly define the primary goal or main purpose. What is the ultimate result to be achieved with this task?
    • Assessment: Carry out an initial assessment to understand the current situation. Which strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) are relevant in relation to your goal?
    • Tactics: Identify the tactics or strategies to be used to achieve the goal. How will the task be approached to capitalize on strengths and opportunities while addressing weaknesses and risks?
    • Harmonization: Ensure that the tactics and strategies are harmonized with the overarching goals and available resources. How will the different elements of the plan work together coherently?
    • Execution plan: Develop a detailed execution plan, including timelines, responsibilities and required resources. Who will do what and by when?
    • Reflection: Establish a process for ongoing reflection and evaluation. How is progress measured and how can the plan be adapted in response to new information or challenges?

    13 CREATE Framework

    • Conceptualize: First, the idea or solution should be conceptualized. What vision or innovative concept would you like to develop?
    • Research: Thorough research should be conducted to support the development of your concept. What information, trends or existing solutions can inform your approach?
    • Experiment: Experiments or prototypes should be planned and carried out to test aspects of your concept. What can be learned through trial and error, and how can it refine your idea?
    • Analyze: The results of your experiments or prototypes should be analyzed. What worked, what didn't, and why? This analysis should be used to refine your approach.
    • Transform: Your refined concept is to be transformed into a detailed plan or design. How will you turn your idea into reality and what steps are required?
    • Evaluate: A process for ongoing evaluation and adaptation should be established. How will the success of your project or solution be measured and how will it evolve over time?