Digital Twin Prompts to get you going

This guide provides a collection of sample prompts for use in the Digital Twin to help you get started.
The Digital Twin leverages advanced AI algorithms to create realistic and dynamic simulations of real-world entities, enabling users to explore various scenarios and outcomes.
The sample prompts are designed to guide users in generating accurate and meaningful digital twins, offering insights into the potential applications of the technology in fields such as customer analyses, marketing, sales, and product development.


Temperature in a language model (LLM) is a setting that controls the randomness of its responses. It influences how creative or predictable the model's output is.

Low Temperature (e.g., 0.1 or 0.2): When the temperature is low, the model's responses are more focused and deterministic. It tends to choose the most likely next word, resulting in more predictable and sensible outputs. This is useful when you want clear and straightforward answers.

High Temperature (e.g., 0.8 or 1.0): When the temperature is high, the model's responses become more diverse and creative. It has a higher chance of picking less likely next words, leading to more varied and imaginative outputs. This is useful when you want creative writing or brainstorming.

In essence, temperature adjusts the level of creativity in the model's responses. Lower temperatures make the model's responses more conservative and predictable, while higher temperatures make them more varied and creative.

Customer Analyses

What are customers' top {x} problems with {product y}?
Why do customers like {product x}?
Which attributes of {competitor x product} do customers love most?
Which attributes of {competitor x product} do they hate?
What are the challenges customers of {competitor} have that my customers do not have?
What are the segments of my customer base?
Describe {segment x}
How much revenue did they generate in {Qx}?

OCEAN Analyses

What are the personality traits of {segment x}?
Explain {personality trait x}.
How do I address {segment x} based on their personality traits?
Imagine you rank high on {personality trait x}. What ad preferences do you have?
What are the differences in ad preferences for someone ranking high in {personality trait x} and someone high on {personality trait y}?
Think of the following ad: A person alone in a room. The ad text is "Use our new phone securely." Would that be a good ad for someone high in {personality trait x}?
Based on their dominant personality trait, how do I write a compelling ad for {segment x}?
Which personality traits have all {product category buyers} in common?


For the next questions impersonate a user of {segment x|persona y} with all the needs, wants, go-tos, and personality. Answer all questions like the user would.
What is the greatest need you want to solve with {product x}?
What is your greatest unmet need in {product categroy x}?
What do you like the most when using {product x}?

Product Analyses

What attributes of {competitor product y} do my products not have?
What feature in {product category} is the most sought after?
My competitor claims {benefit x}. These are {ingredient a, b, c}. Can the product have the claimed benefit?
Based on the dominant personality trait of {segment x}. How should I design my packaging for {product x}?

Email Campaign Analyses

Which email campaign had the most conversions?
Sending out emails on which day of the week was most successful?
Which campaign had the most openings?
Which subject line variant of {campaign x} had the most openings?

End-to-end workflow

What are the top 3 customer segments for Acme product?
How much revenue did each segment make in Q1 and 2?
Write me a series of three newsletters for users who visit this page. Recommend visuals I should use in the newsletter.
Write 10 Google Search Ads for me to bring users to this landing page. Incorporate best practices and focus on the dominant personality trait.

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