Create ChatGPT SEO-friendly blogs: A step-by-step guide
In the modern digital marketing landscape, businesses are constantly looking for ways to stay ahead of their competitors. One of the most effective and powerful strategies is to leverage the power of both search engine optimization (SEO) and artificial intelligence (AI). When used together, these two powerful technologies can create an unbeatable combination that can help businesses achieve their goals and objectives. Today, we are going to talk about one of the best AI tools in terms of SEO content creation, ChatGPT.
What is ChatGPT?
ChatGPT is a natural language processing (NLP) system developed by OpenAI, designed to generate human-like conversations from a given prompt. It utilizes a deep learning technique called transformer to generate coherent conversations based on the input given.
ChatGPT is being used to provide customer service and support in a variety of industries such as the healthcare industry, retail industry, and education industry. It is even believed it could replace Google, due to its ability to give solutions to complex problems.
In this post, we are going to focus on how to use ChatGPT to create content, get optimized blog posts, headings, and ideas, just by entering prompts.
Steps to Create an ChatGPT SEO-Friendly Blog
At Labelnone, not only do we like teaching you the best digital marketing techniques, but also experiment while doing so. Let’s use this very blog post to see how we can take advantage of ChatGPT to write SEO-Friendly content.
In this post, we are going to focus on how to use ChatGPT to create content, and get optimized blog posts, headings, and ideas, just by entering prompts.
First, we need to go to the ChatGPT website and sign up. Once we have created our account, we can start.
How to write an SEO title using ChatGPT
This post is about creating an SEO-Friendly blog post using ChatGPT. Therefore, we will enter the following prompt on the playground:
“Write an SEO-Friendly H1 heading for how to create an SEO-friendly blog post using ChatGPT”
Now, let’s check another option by using this prompt: “make this title more clickable and enticing. Keep it under 50 characters and make several variations of it”
We will finally go for Boost Your Blog’s SEO with ChatGPT: A Simple Guide
How to write a post intro using ChatGPT
We can ask ChatGPT to write a blog post intro. Let’s try “Boost Your Blog’s SEO with ChatGPT: A Simple Guide” can you create a 50 words SEO blog post intro from this?
Here we have a nice intro. Since we already had a good one, we will use it to promote our blog post on Linkedin.
How to write headings using ChatGPT
ChatGPT can provide us with H1 to H6 headings. We only need to ask it to do so by entering a prompt. Let’s use “Create SEO-Friendly Blogs using ChatGPT“ to write 10 SEO-Optimized H2 titles from this topic.
How to write a body using ChatGPT
Once we have chosen the headings, the only thing we need to do is ask ChatGPT to expand them. We are going to try “can you expand on the first one and keep it to 150 words”.
Amazing, isn’t it?
How to write a conclusion for your ChatGPT SEO-friendly blogs
Last but not least, we need a conclusion to summarise the main idea of the blog post.
There we are. We just need to ask ChatGPT to write a conclusion about our topic and just in a few seconds, it will be done.
Weaknesses of ChatGPT
So far, we have seen that ChatGPT is a very interesting tool in terms of content creation. Nevertheless, it is still a work-in-progress intelligence. There is much to be accomplished yet in terms of AI and, by using and testing this incredible tool, we have noticed some aspects to improve.
- Wrong Answers: ChatGPT sometimes produces answers that are wrong or even make no sense. The app might not be able to answer a question correctly if it is phrased in a certain way, or asked multiple times.
- Grammar: Some answers we get from ChatGPT are wordy and hard to read, repeating the same idea in different ways. Although it is great to identify and correct grammar mistakes, the answers it provides do not sound natural sometimes.
- Biased Intelligence: Like other chatbots, ChatGPT tends to show biased information (and even make it up). When Vendure’s co-founder and CTO, Michael Bromley, asked ChatGPT about its opinion about humans, the answer was frightening.
There is no one better than ChatGPT itself to explain its main weaknesses, so we just asked it.
In the words of Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, “ChatGPT is incredibly limited but good enough in some ways to create a misleading impression of greatness. It’s a mistake to rely on it for anything important right now. It’s a preview of progress; we have a lot of work to do in terms of robustness and veracity.”
According to our own experience, we can conclude that ChatGPT is a very useful tool in terms of SEO.
Even though we have only tried the free version, its accuracy and the results it provides are impressive in terms of content creation (the use of ChatGPT goes much further) but not reliable enough. It can be an excellent supportive tool to help us create content, but not reliable to write it on its own.
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