Some beginner webmasters complain that Google deindexes their pages created with AI. For some reason, they believe that Google is biased against any content created by artificial intelligence. This, of course, is not the case.
You must understand that Google does not deindex pages simply because they were generated or rewritten using AI. It deindexes them for spam, duplicate content, and low quality. Everything depends on what is written in your article, not whether it was written by a human or AI.
An article written by a human does not become better in Google’s eyes than an article written by AI, and vice versa. This is the most important thing you need to understand.
For example, if you create a website for affiliate sales of products from an online marketplace and use a standard approach or even completely copy a prompt described in one of our videos or seen in any of the hundreds of YouTube tutorials, where authors teach you to do pretty much the same thing in a semi-automatic mode, such as copying a product description into ChatGPT, rewriting it there, and then manually pasting it into your posts, you are copying the same template used by tens of thousands of webmasters worldwide.
Do you really think that if you follow the same template as all these webmasters, your content will somehow become special and unique to Google? Do you believe that Google will ignore hundreds of thousands or millions of pages created by other webmasters using the same template and choose your version as the best?
Understand that you can’t take all these YouTube tutorials literally and follow them exactly. I’ve seen a YouTube video where the author shared how he made good money by writing a children’s book about the adventures of little boys in the jungle. He wrote the text of the article using ChatGPT and created images with Midjorney. After that, he started earning from selling that book on Amazon.
You won’t believe it, but just yesterday, when I visited one of the public channels on Midjorney, I saw someone generating illustrations for a book about the adventures of little boys in the jungle…
Guys, seriously? How can you copy someone else’s idea from a YouTube video with a million views and expect to achieve the same results? Please remember the golden rule of internet marketing: never copy an idea that you’ve seen in a public YouTube video or read in some magical book promising you millions of dollars per month, purchased in a “secret warrior room” on some website dedicated to internet marketing. This is especially true if the method described is actually effective and profitable. Know that it has already been fully exploited and squeezed dry. You’ll just be wasting your time and not achieving any results.
Instead, focus on developing your own unique ideas and approaches to ensure success in your internet marketing endeavors. Use the inspiration you’ve gained from public resources as a starting point, but always strive to innovate and create something truly original. This is the key to standing out in the competitive online market and achieving long-term success.
Don’t copy other people’s ideas. Don’t replicate successful websites. Don’t follow the footsteps of other successful projects and know that there are tens and hundreds of thousands like you. It’s quite naive to think that your copy of someone else’s idea will be better than the original, and that Google will ignore all other copies but choose yours.
Remember that AI is just a tool in your hands, allowing you to automate your own idea and streamline it for your own projects. AI is not a replacement for humans, but a supplement to them. The main success of any project is your own unique idea, not the method of its implementation. For Google, it makes no difference who writes the articles for your project – a couple of dozen live hired copywriters or the CyberSEO Pro plugin using OpenAI GPT.
As you work on your projects, focus on creating and developing your own unique concepts instead of replicating what others have done. This will not only make your content more valuable and interesting to your audience but also help you stand out in the eyes of search engines like Google. By doing so, you increase your chances of achieving long-term success in your online ventures.
Take note of the CyberSEO Pro website. It never made it to the first page of Google’s search results for the desired query. No matter how many times we rewrote the homepage and documentation, Google ignored them and pushed them to a distant page in the SERPs. However, once we rewrote the same texts using ChatGPT, the site’s position in Google’s SERPs significantly improved within just a month.
As you can see, the site wasn’t deindexed simply because the human-written text was replaced with text rewritten by ChatGPT. This happened because the main focus is on the concept of your website itself, not the method of content creation. When developing your online presence, it’s essential to prioritize the uniqueness and value of your ideas and ensure that the content you create supports and enhances those ideas, regardless of the tools you use to produce it.
You can write content yourself and spend a lot of time on it. You can hire professional copywriters and pay them large sums of money, or you can entrust all the work to the CyberSEO Pro plugin and OpenAI GPT. In all three cases, the only things that will change are the time and financial costs required to implement your project, but the result will be the same. The outcome will depend not on the method of implementation, but on the uniqueness of your own concept.
Do you want to sell products from Amazon using AI? Go ahead, sell them and make money, but do it creatively. Come up with your own unique website concept and bring it to life. Don’t ask me to give you an idea for your idea. Firstly, it’s naive to think that there is someone who can do this better than you can. Secondly, if the idea and step-by-step method for its implementation have already been published and others have learned about it, then it is now completely useless.
So, trust in your own abilities to create something unique and valuable. Don’t rely on someone else’s idea, and remember that the primary key to success is your own ingenuity and creativity. Leverage AI as a helpful tool, but never forget that your project’s success will ultimately come from your own vision and execution.
In conclusion, artificial intelligence, specifically tools like ChatGPT, can be a game changer for content creators and webmasters. However, it’s essential to remember that AI is just a tool, and it should not replace human creativity and unique ideas. The success of your website or online project lies in your ability to come up with innovative concepts and execute them effectively.
Instead of copying someone else’s ideas or strategies, focus on developing your own unique approach to stand out in the competitive online landscape. Embrace AI as a valuable resource to streamline content creation and save time, but never lose sight of the fact that it’s your own vision and creativity that will drive your project’s success. In the end, the most successful projects are those that offer something fresh and original, regardless of whether they were created by humans or AI.