How to Rank #1 with AI SEO Content

Source: ChatGPT SEO Mastery: How to Rank #1 with AI SEO Content (Udemy)

Instructor: Julian Goldie

Find keywords you can easily rank for

  1. Go to Ahrefs
    • All accounts > select your website
  2. Go to Keywords Explorer (Top)
  3. Type keyword for Google (e.g. birds) 
  4. Go to Matching Terms (left)
  5. Include (top) > all words > best > show results 
  6. KD (keyword difficulty) > set Max to 10 > apply
    • easy to rank even without backlinks
  7. select keyword
    • “best talking birds” not gonna make you money
    • “best bird cage” better
  8. click on “best bird cage”
    • see if you will actually gets traffic using that keyword
  9. create an outline on ChatGPT (based on Google Review Guidelines)
    • write from a 2nd person perspective. don’t pretend you are a user  
    • Evaluate the product from a user’s perspective
    • demonstrate product knowledge and expertise
    • provide evidence to show authority 
    • share quantitative measurements about product performance 
    • describe what sets the product apart from competition 
    • make it engaging, set word count requirements, high keyword density, include bullet points, etc 
  10. Go to Amazon to find 5 products in the category, copy & paste on ChatGPT to get your outlines
  11. Add pros & cons sections so it doesn’t look like affiliate marketing content
  12. Go to Google and search the keyword, see what titles come up, and include them in your outline to generate more content 
  13. See “People also ask” for FAQ ideas
  14. Get ChatGPT to write the copy (details here)

ChatGPT is not perfect

  • Review what is generated and remove what’s repetitive
  • Add human touch 
  • Fact check

My SECRET AI SEO Keyword Strategy for 1M Traffic!

  • a 1,400-page website (2:05)
  • find sub-niches
    • e.g. break down “bird” into different species and create content about them (KD >10)
  • say, if chicken is a low competition keyword and you don’t have many articles about it on your website, you can write more articles about it 
    • tip: search “site:url entitle:chicken” to find out how many articles you have with “chicken” in the title
  • (5:40) when you focus on a low competition sub-niche and write 1,000 articles about it, you become an authority in the category
    • it’s much better than having 10 categories (e.g. duck, robin, etc.) each with 100 articles 

Use ChatGPT to manage and filter duplicate search intent (6:20)

  • why? so you are not competing with yourself to rank
  • note: all the keywords he uses are long-tailed
  • repeat your prompt every 5 generations or ChatGPT may forget
  • (9:20) always do your keyword research in bulk every other month (instead of every day) to be more efficient
  • always check manually because ChatGPT can make mistakes