ChatGPT for Blogging

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With ChatGPT for Blogging, you can expect it to assist you in writing a blog post and boost your productivity. ChatGPT is a chatbot (having its API) powered by GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformers) which relies on a GPT set of parameters that is optimized for dialogue having content filters. Large Language models (LLM) such as GPT (which has its API) power apps to generate text that has a large neural network of billions of machine learning parameters. GPT3 (175 billion parameters) is the standard used now and GPT4 (100 trillion parameters) pertains to the future.

DALL·E 2 uses AI to create practical images and art using a description in natural language. The OpenAI integration with the text-to-image generation model Dall-E-3 will bring ideas to life from correctly crafted prompts. It will be available to ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise customers.

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Blogging with WordPress

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Blogging with WordPress comes in two versions. WordPress.org software (recommended) is open source and free but you need to pay for hosting your domain and other premium services. Blogging with WordPress CMS allows you to build websites for online stores, portfolios, businesses, blogs, etc. using WordPress themes and plugins. Monetization and customization of your website are possible. After installing WordPress make sure you choose a strong username and password. Back up your site and store it off your server. Run updates for plugins, themes, files, etc. and a WordFence security plugin can help.

Alternatively, sign up for a free plan of WordPress.com and use it for your blog or portfolio website with a WordPress.com branded URL e.g.: sapcanvas.wordpress.com. As your site grows and you want to use some advanced features e.g. accessing premium themes and live chat, additional storage space, etc. then you need to upgrade to a premium plan.

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