I'm going to show you how I'm generating high-quality content that is ranking on Google with the help of chat GPT. The idea is to use ChatGPT to enhance your writing and not replace it all together. If you use ChatGPT to replace your writing and create the blog completely, you will get penalised by Google. But by using this method, writing a lot of blogs and customising them to your tone of voice and adding useful insights into them, I've been able to rank a brand-new website in just under 28 days for specific keywords that are generally hard to rank for.
So the first thing that you need to do is download a plugin for chat GPT AIPRM for chat GBT.
The AIPRM Prompts for ChatGPT is a browser extension that adds a list of curated prompt templates for SEO, SaaS, Marketing and more to ChatGPT. It allows users to access a selection of ChatGPT prompts designed for these topics with just one click. The extension also allows users to save, share, edit, and delete prompts and vote on the popular prompts shared by others. The extension has been updated with improved prompts, categories, filtering, and searching options. The author of the prompts will be displayed next to the prompt with their name and link.
Once you instal this and go back to ChatGPT, you will see that the interface is slightly different.
The boxes that you see now are all pre-populated prompts made by industry professionals. I would highly recommend that you play around with these prompts to see which one is useful for you. In the top left-hand corner you will see that they are segmented by category. I have been using the SEO character category for quite a while now.
Select the box that says ‘Outline for Article Blog’ Prompt and in the input field place your blog topic. For this example I used ‘Travelling to Chile’.Once you have your blog outline, I recommend that you copy and paste this blog outline to a new Google Doc. Here's the word start to get interesting. If you get out of the chat that you use to create the blog outline and go back into it, you'll actually be able to see the prompt used to generate that blog outline.
In order to make the blog more unique I recommend changing the prompt so that it regenerates the blog outline with a tone that better represents your writing for example, in this case, I change it to at the end of the prompt, indicating that I want it in a smart and witty tone.
now that you're generating your new blog outline, that is a little bit more to your tone of voice. We can start writing the blog section by section. I recommend you only write one section at a time because I have found that if you try and tell the chat GPT to write the whole blog for you it kind of breaks and stops halfway through the process.
While you are writing the individual sections, you should think of keywords you can insert that will allow you to backlink your older blogs into this new piece of content. Again, this will force you to make this blog more your own and not just AI-generated.
This structure is akin to the way Copy.ai generates blogs with its Blog Post Wizard function, where it first gives you the blog outline, allowing amend it as you see fit. We're doing the same thing here. However, I think this is vastly better, because it allows for greater customization… and its free.
Once you've created each section individually, and you're happy with the way that it sounds, make sure to do your SEO due diligence and place backlinks where ever appropriate, create correct H2 headers and optimise the images for the blog. With all this done, you should be all set to upload your blog to your site.
The beautiful thing here is that you can create blogs that sound like you, that are specific to your tone of voice and that adds value to your users In a fraction of the time without having to use a paid software like copy.ai, or Jasper AI.
The idea here isn't to use artificial intelligence to write the whole blog for you, that will get penalised by Google. The idea is to enhance your style of writing, enhance what makes you unique and enhance the value that you're adding to your readers.
A: ChatGPT can assist you in generating high-quality content that is optimized for search engine rankings. By using ChatGPT to enhance your writing, you can create blog posts that resonate with your target audience, add value, and improve your chances of ranking higher on Google.
A: No, it is not recommended to replace your writing entirely with ChatGPT-generated content. If you do so, you may face penalties from Google. Instead, ChatGPT should be used to supplement and enhance your writing, allowing you to create unique and valuable content.
A: Yes, you can download a plugin called AIPRM for ChatGPT. This browser extension provides curated prompt templates for various topics, including SEO, SaaS, and Marketing. It helps streamline the content creation process and provides prompts designed by industry professionals.
A: After installing the AIPRM plugin and accessing ChatGPT, select the 'Outline for Article Blog' prompt. Enter your blog topic in the input field, such as "Travelling to Chile." You can then copy and paste the generated blog outline into a Google Doc for further customization.
A: Yes, you can change the prompt to generate the blog outline with a tone that better represents your writing style. This allows you to make the content more unique and align it with your personal voice and brand.