From left, Teresha Aird, Jasmine Cheng, Ihor Stefurak, and Randy Baruh. These four share their success stories about using ChatGPT in different situations. (Source: Aird/Jasmine Cheng/Ihor Stefurak/Randy Baruh)

People Describe How ChatGPT Helps to Make Their Businesses Boom

The recent evolution of AI could be the next revolution for your wallet. That is to say, ChatGPT is making money for people who can use it in their professions. The speed at which these algorithms can produce the requested info is unprecedented.

An article from covers four people who have learned how to increase their income using chatbots.

ChatGPT can already speed up specific tasks done by specialists, tell you how to stack eggs, and talk to your boss for you without them realizing it. Since it was released in November, office workers have been wondering whether their jobs will be replaced by it. In the meantime, some have experimented with how they can use it to get ahead.

Recruiter Saves Time

Jasmine Cheng, a former Amazon recruiter, recently set up her firm in engineering and healthcare recruiting.  She found looking for companies where she could place her clients to be demanding and time-consuming. Cheng said adding ChatGPT to sort through all the details she needed to make a match has saved her at least 10 hours a week in work time.

ChatGPT Does Real Estate

Randy Baruh, a broker for luxury real estate in New York City, considered writing the listings for each property a “chore” that could take several hours. Baruh said the amount of details customers requested on properties was time-consuming and error-prone. But after his team added ChatGPT:

“It’s become my go-to resource,” Baruh said. “I’ve found that it puts a fresh take on descriptions and dramatically streamlines the process of writing them, allowing us more time to focus on other aspects of our business.”

Just The Beginning

One of the other users of ChatGPT wanted to build an invisible AI assistant for Chrome, with which a user could type “/ai prompt” in any text area of a website, followed by a prompt to ChatGPT, and receive the bot’s response in that text area.

Using the paid version, the realtor prompted it to produce a code for an extension that monitored website input boxes. Ultimately, he produced three JavaScript files to execute the idea, an HTML file, and a Manifest JSON file.

When it was ready, he allowed people to preorder the extension and received $1,000 worth of orders within 24 hours. Within three weeks, he sold it for thousands, his fastest launch to exit.

If you take a moment to read this Jack Sommer’s article, it might spark some ideas for shortening hours and increasing the bottom line.