This guest post has been written by Mateo Encabo, Marketing Manager at Appvertiser.
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The advertising industry is at a pivotal moment in the adoption of AI, and it’s essential to approach this technology with a growth mindset. By leveraging generative AI like ChatGPT, agencies can enhance their creative capabilities and deliver more effective campaigns for their clients, while also mitigating potential risks.
The introduction of OpenAI’s ChatGPT last fall sparked a debate within the advertising industry about the impact of large language models and generative AI. While some view it as a threat to the creative process, others see it as an opportunity to enhance their creative capabilities and deliver more effective campaigns. Alongside ChatGPT, there are other LLMs available such as Google’s Bard, Anthropics’ Claude, Meta’s LLaMa, and the recently announced GPT4.
ChatGPT has been particularly successful, with over 100 million users in just two months, making it the fastest-growing consumer application of all time. With the market for AI in marketing predicted to reach $35 billion next year, and potentially exceed $100 billion before the end of the decade, it’s clear that the adoption of AI is accelerating.
The narrative arc around new technologies and how they’re adopted serves as an effective mental model for how creative agencies should approach AI adoption. It starts with the Discovery phase when something new and shiny gets our attention, followed by the Exploration phase when we get excited by the technology because it’s new and innovative. Then comes the Evaluation phase when we determine the technology’s effectiveness and the risks associated with its use. Finally, there’s the Implementation phase, when the technology is normalized and viewed mainly in terms of the benefit it provides.
As we navigate the Discovery, Exploration, and Evaluation phases of AI adoption, it’s crucial to protect our clients from the risks associated with new technologies. We must learn from the past and avoid the pitfalls of technologies like Napster and Cambridge Analytica. Instead, we should focus on how AI can be leveraged to enhance our creativity and deliver better campaigns for our clients.
AI is transforming growth marketing by automating routine tasks and enabling teams to focus on high-value work. NLP algorithms generate personalized ad copy that resonates with target audiences, while machine learning algorithms create custom visuals based on brand preferences. Real-time campaign optimization using AI provides insights that improve ROI. The use of AI enables marketers to focus on high-value work, while leaving routine tasks to machines, making it an essential tool for driving business growth.
The real value of generative AI in the creative process lies not in its ability to directly create new work, but in its ability to enhance the existing creative process. ChatGPT is a powerful, always-on creative assistant. Rather than simply generating copy, it can help understand concepts better and rephrase ideas to improve audience comprehension.
Marketing teams are already using a range of generative AI tools, such as ChatGPT, DALL-E, Stable Diffusion, and Midjourney, to quickly and efficiently create storyboards. By using their own words and feelings, these tools act as a launching pad for further creativity. The true power of generative AI lies in the creative process itself, rather than just the output it generates.
The integration of generative AI is transforming the marketing and advertising industry, changing not just how creative teams work but how they collaborate with other parts of the business. Many agencies are excited about the potential of training these tools on proprietary data from brand clients and their own body of work, enabling even more customized results. By utilizing the unique cultural and philosophical aspects of their clients, agencies can differentiate themselves in the market. However, some still hesitate to embrace this technology, fearing the unknown. To avoid becoming the next Kodak or Blockbuster, it’s important for agencies and individuals to start experimenting with generative AI now. While the technology may seem complex, the barrier to entry is surprisingly low – all it takes is the press of a button.
If you’re a growth marketer looking for tools to streamline your ad creative production and improve your ROI, there are a few options worth considering.
One of these is Jasper.AI, a tool designed specifically for ad copy and SEO. Jasper.AI provides in-app translation to more than 25 languages and a wider word limit than ChatGPT. Additionally, it allows for easy testing of multiple copy variations to increase sales and improve your ROAS. Another excellent feature of Jasper.AI is that it allows you to keep your team organized with folders for your clients and multiple projects.
Another tool to consider is AIPRM, a Chrome extension that offers thousands of prompts for things like SEO, marketing, copywriting, productivity, and more, all right within ChatGPT. With AIPRM, you can customize the tone, writing style, and output selecting from the options it already gives you, instead of thinking and writing. It also eliminates errors preventing them instead of correcting them. You can use AIPRM to give instructions to ChatGPT about other apps like Midjourney or programming languages, and there is a community that votes so prompts get a score and you know if it will work.
Mateo Encabo, Marketing Manager at Appvertiser
Appvertiser is a performance marketing company that helps app developers achieve growth through tailored campaigns and effective strategies. Our skilled growth marketers are committed to delivering exceptional ROI and user acquisition results for our clients.