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Guy Steals 3.6 Million Traffic with AI Content
A UK based SEO agency (Content Growth), pulled off an SEO heist that stole 3.6 million traffic from a competitor using AI generated content.
Here’s how they did it.
Ok firstly, this may get alot of hate (like it already has on X) but I have to hand it to him…
Not only were able to outrank their competitors at insane scale with less resources, less effort & faster but also create so much controversy that the internet + media covered this story while showcasing how “effective” his new AI tool is (for free!). Brilliant!
But quality wise, not great. For example, A 1,500-word blog on “investing in Tesla” made zero mentions of CEO Elon Musk.
There seem to be more high profile publishers using AI to create content. In fact today, we saw Sports Illustrated allegedly publishing AI generated articles by authors who didn’t exist (AI generated headshots & profiles).
Or earlier this year BuzzFeed caught publishing awkward AI articles.
Google did relax the rules around ranking AI generated content which allows you to publish them as long as it’s high quality. However the above have proven not to be true and yet they still rank.
This is why people are pissed. This totally makes sense.
What happens when the web is flooded with poor quality AI generated content? Will the quality of AI degrade overtime as it feeds on diluted AI content that’s currently being pumped out into the web?
Hey, I’m all for AI content but I also believe in humanised content because if it’s not giving any value & people can tell it was generated with AI, that’s the wrong way to go about it.
I tested this idea out on my own FB page this week – I generated a FB post with 2 prompts to get this output (only the beginning & end were taken out).
Check out the results! 208 likes, 80 comments, 14 shares. We ended up selling 3 memberships & 4 enquiries.
Here was the output from ChatGPT incase you were wondering 😉
The secret? A few prompt techniques mashed into 1 + a true story.
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