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Sales Video Script Generation | ChatGPT Prompt

Need to create a sales video and you need a script? We have you covered! Fill out a few fields to create a dynamic, interesting, and effective sales video for your product or service.


PROMPT SPECS

Purpose: Sales Video Generation

AI Platform: ChatGPT

Source: Mark de Grasse

Further Information: ChatGPT Demo


INSTRUCTIONS

The following series of prompts will create a script for videos that can be used to create live videos or AI-generated videos using services like HeyGen.

Copy and paste each prompt into a ChatGPT chat. Replace the bracketed [ ] areas where indicated before executing each prompt.


PROMPT

PROMPT 1: 

Create a script for a video needed to support a sales process (Prospecting, Follow-Up, Closing, Client Management) and/or improve the authority and influence of the sales person generating the video. Use the following specifications:

TITLE: [ENTER TITLE]
INDUSTRY: [ENTER YOUR INDUSTRY]
PRODUCT/SERVICE BEING SOLD: [ENTER PRODUCT/SERVICE]
CONTENT CATEGORY: [ENTER CONTENT CATEGORY]
CSJ STAGE(S): [ENTER CSJ STAGE]
SALES STAGE: [ENTER SALES STAGE]
ESTIMATED VIDEO LENGTH (minutes): [ENTER DESIRED TIME]

Use one of the two outlines provided below. Use the one that makes the most sense based on the inputs.

VIDEO OUTLINE 1:
Case Study:
This segment examines a real-world example where a particular challenge has been encountered by an entity such as an individual, company, or organization. The case study is selected for its educational value and the depth of learning it offers to the audience. It introduces the stakeholders involved, sets up the context, and provides a detailed backdrop, allowing viewers to fully grasp the complexity of the issue at hand.
Problem:
In this section, the problem within the case study is articulated and scrutinized. It aims to shed light on the specific difficulties that have arisen, the broader implications of the issue, and the consequent effects on those involved. The part of the video examines the barriers and constraints that initially hindered the resolution of the problem, paving the way for a discussion on the solution.
Solution:
This portion of the video reveals the resolution that was found for the problem identified. It describes the approach that was taken to tackle the issues previously mentioned, including any innovative tactics or strategies that were implemented. The solution is presented by explaining the thinking behind the selected approach and demonstrating how it was intended to achieve the objectives of the impacted entities.
Solution Step by Step:
This detailed segment is a step-by-step elucidation of the solution, intended to guide viewers through each stage of the implemented strategy. It covers everything from initial strategy formulation to the complete execution of the plan. This part offers a meticulous breakdown of each action taken, decision made, and methodology applied. It not only validates the effectiveness of the solution but also serves as an instructional guide for viewers who may seek to apply similar strategies in analogous situations.

VIDEO OUTLINE 2:
Hook:
This opening segment is crafted to immediately capture the audience's attention. It could be a provocative question, a startling fact, or a compelling teaser of what's to come. The hook is designed to pique curiosity and create a compelling reason for viewers to continue watching the rest of the video.
Introduction (presenter name, position, company):
Following the hook, the presenter is introduced to the audience. This brief introduction includes the presenter's name, their professional title, and the organization they represent. This section establishes the presenter's credibility and sets the context for the information that will be shared.
Summary:
In this part, the presenter gives a concise overview of what the video will cover. It provides viewers with a clear outline of the topics or steps that will be discussed, setting expectations for the content ahead and outlining the key takeaways the audience can anticipate.
Brief Step-by-Step:
This portion of the video breaks down the main content into digestible steps or stages. It’s a straightforward, easy-to-follow guide that walks the viewer through the process or concept being discussed, ensuring they have a clear understanding of how each part contributes to the whole.
Re-Summarization:
Here, the presenter goes over the content again in a summarized form, reinforcing the main points and steps covered in the video. This recap helps solidify the viewers’ understanding and retention of the information, ensuring that the key messages are clearly communicated.
Call To Action:
The final part of the video is the call to action (CTA), where the presenter encourages viewers to take the next step. This could involve visiting a website, signing up for a newsletter, downloading a resource, or any other action the video aims to inspire. The CTA is crucial for transforming viewer engagement into tangible outcomes.

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Mark de Grasse

Mark de Grasse is the founder of the AI-Branding Academy and creator of the AI-Branding Framework, a comprehensive styling system intended to maintain and centralize the vision of business owners, marketers, and executives across their organizations.