I am reaching out to request your assistance in liking my prompt so that I can share it with others. As a writer, I have put a lot of time and effort into crafting my prompt, and I believe it has the potential to inspire others.
To reach 5 likes, just create a good prompt that has utility for more than just your own needs (i.e. other people will be likely to try it) and be patient. If you create a prompt that can’t get 5 likes on its own merit then one of the following is almost certain:
It might be too ‘niche’ too specialised and nobody else is finding it useful in a short time. It may take longer for very specialized prompts that are useful to only a few people to reach 5 users, never mind 5 likes.
It might be too similar to already existing and more proven prompts that do the same essential thing, so while it may be good, people are going with the version that already has lots of likes and feedback as more ‘proven’.
It is even possible that people simply don’t like it as much as you’d hoped and are finding it disappointing. If neither reason 1 or 2 applies, then 3 is the next most likely. Consider withdrawing that attempt and finding a way to improve it and make it more useful, and you’ll know when you have, because it will get likes.
The one thing never, ever to do, is to try to create a little promotion cartel, swapping likes for each other’s prompts. That’s not helping any of the actual users, nor the future of AIPRM, and is the kind of abuse we’d have to create systems (and bans) for.
I am curious why the NDA did not include attorney’s fees provisions, mandatory mediation, integration, and even more specific purpose, intent, and id of parties provisions. I am playing catch up and trying to learn by reading and studying. Is the Corporate Lawyer a book? that chatGPT relied upon for document template?