What do our customers think?

It’s amazing how long it has been since most marketers last read a customer review. They’re missing out on a goldmine of insight for figuring out why customers don’t recommend your product to their friends.


Summarize Product Reviews

Thankfully now you don’t even have to read all your customer reviews: you can make an AI read them for you! Using GPT-3 in GSheets you can automatically extract any issues from your customer reviews and quickly spot patterns in the data...More


Mike Taylor

Built a 50-person growth agency.
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1. Scenario
Product Meeting at the GoolyBib HQ
You’re talking to your CEO and product team who are eager to find out what issues to prioritize on the product roadmap to improve people sharing via word of mouth.
Gustav Gieger
at GoolyBib

Have we looked at the product reviews?

We could do some sort of analysis

Extract the most common issues and see what patterns there are

Then we know what to prioritize

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2. Brief

Product reviews are important for every marketer to read. Any customer who has taken the time to leave a positive or negative review is doing you a favor by doing your research for you. However it can be time consuming to read every review for your product. You might have hundreds or maybe even thousands of reviews, and each review could be anything from a few lines or thousands of words. Often you just want to extract the relevant information from each review and summarize any patterns you find.

This used to be a highly manual process, but now has become relatively trivial with the advent of AI models like GPT-3 from OpenAI. These large language models (LLMs) excel at lots of tasks, but in particular they can handle arbitrary classification tasks with very few examples given. Using GPT-3 in Google Sheets can make the process far simpler to get results across a wide range of inputs, and get back structured results for use later.

3. Tutorial

00:01 Hey, let me show you how to use G P T three in a Google sheet in order to categorize product reviews.

GoolyBib GPT-3 Sheets
4. Exercises
5. Certificate

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