An Inspiring AI Case Study: Reaching $100 per Day with a Fully Automated AI Website

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It's not a journey, because I hate that word. I'm interested in building a steady online business rather than following a method and starting a journey.

So, what is this post all about? It's a simple case study started solely to find out how Google reacts to AI content.

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Semrush doesn't show the correct information, I used to check my AdSense earnings to find out the traffic details. I can't use GSC because I bought this domain for PBN purposes but finally, it ended as a money site. I even created a thread seeking tips on monetizing the PBN in the beginning before I considered using it as a money site. Here's the link to it.

I created this AI website three months ago and started posting articles last month. I've published more than 10,000 posts so far. It receives more than 5K daily visitors, as per the AdSense report. I didn't build any links but was fully focused on creating high-quality content and optimizing on-page SEO.

It's a fully automated AI website. I rarely visit the site to check for minor issues like title and content errors. The articles are properly interlinked and have relevant royalty-free images, proper HTML structure, and SEO-optimized titles. Google started ranking my posts for various keywords, and some posts even outranked Forbes articles as well.

What have I learned from this experiment? AI content works like a charm if you build the articles correctly. On-page SEO is very important for AI content. If you do it correctly, you can easily make $1K daily.

PS: This is not another Sartre's method of attracting members to make them purchase my script or app. The post was solely created to inspire others and inform them that AI will be working in 2023. Make hay while the sun shines.
 
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It's not a journey, because I hate that word. I'm interested in building a steady online business rather than following a method and starting a journey.

So, what is this post all about? It's a simple case study started solely to find out how Google reacts to AI content.

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Semrush doesn't show the correct information, I used to check my AdSense earnings to find out the traffic details. I can't use GSC because I bought this domain for PBN purposes but finally, it ended as a money site. I even created a thread seeking tips on monetizing the PBN in the beginning before I considered using it as a money site. Here's the link to it.

I created this AI website three months ago and started posting articles last month. I've published more than 10,000 posts so far. It receives more than 5K daily visitors, as per the AdSense report. I didn't build any links but was fully focused on creating high-quality content and optimizing on-page SEO.

It's a fully automated AI website. I rarely visit the site to check for minor issues like title and content errors. The articles are properly interlinked and have relevant royalty-free images, proper HTML structure, and SEO-optimized titles. Google started ranking my posts for various keywords, and some posts even outranked Forbes articles as well.

What have I learned from this experiment? AI content works like a charm if you build the articles correctly. On-page SEO is very important for AI content. If you do it correctly, you can easily make $1K daily.

PS: This is not another Sartre's method of attracting members to make them purchase my script or app. The post was solely created to inspire others and inform them that AI will be working in 2023. Make hay while the sun shines.

Very nice! The thing about AI sites is to build them in a way that they last. Plenty of examples out there where there's a big spike initially followed by the hammer. I really hope your site keeps growing, awesome results.

Can you please go a little deeper into your content strategy? I am interested in what you mean by "building articles correctly", since I only know how to do that manually (with or without GPT)

Thanks!
 
AI will be working in 2023

+1

I've stopped convincing people that AI content works. They just have a big bandana on their eyes and just won't believe me, you and many other case studies by prominent people in the industry on Youtube, podcasts etc. This was the case 6 months ago, this is the case right now. They go as far as calling it crappy shitty content. But everybody has the right to have their opinion and there's nothing wrong with that. If they do not want to work with AI content, that's completely fine. I would just say that it's their loss. And no, I'm not saying this because I have an AI content sales thread here. If something is working, I just want everybody to bank with it. It's not going from my pocket after all.
 
It's not a journey, because I hate that word. I'm interested in building a steady online business rather than following a method and starting a journey.

So, what is this post all about? It's a simple case study started solely to find out how Google reacts to AI content.

View attachment 272503
Semrush doesn't show the correct information, I used to check my AdSense earnings to find out the traffic details. I can't use GSC because I bought this domain for PBN purposes but finally, it ended as a money site. I even created a thread seeking tips on monetizing the PBN in the beginning before I considered using it as a money site. Here's the link to it.

I created this AI website three months ago and started posting articles last month. I've published more than 10,000 posts so far. It receives more than 5K daily visitors, as per the AdSense report. I didn't build any links but was fully focused on creating high-quality content and optimizing on-page SEO.

It's a fully automated AI website. I rarely visit the site to check for minor issues like title and content errors. The articles are properly interlinked and have relevant royalty-free images, proper HTML structure, and SEO-optimized titles. Google started ranking my posts for various keywords, and some posts even outranked Forbes articles as well.

What have I learned from this experiment? AI content works like a charm if you build the articles correctly. On-page SEO is very important for AI content. If you do it correctly, you can easily make $1K daily.

PS: This is not another Sartre's method of attracting members to make them purchase my script or app. The post was solely created to inspire others and inform them that AI will be working in 2023. Make hay while the sun shines.

Awesome, did you used pure AI content from GPT Chat or GPT-4 or you rewrote them somehow. I find that even GPT-4 content sometime takes ages to index, if it is added on a domain without any reputation. So i preffer to rewrite them a bit on the current projects.
 
+1

I've stopped convincing people that AI content works. They just have a big bandana on their eyes and just won't believe me, you and many other case studies by prominent people in the industry on Youtube, podcasts etc. This was the case 6 months ago, this is the case right now. They go as far as calling it crappy shitty content. But everybody has the right to have their opinion and there's nothing wrong with that. If they do not want to work with AI content, that's completely fine. I would just say that it's their loss. And no, I'm not saying this because I have an AI content sales thread here. If something is working, I just want everybody to bank with it. It's not going from my pocket after all.

I tried GPT-4 on a new domain and just one page is indexed. But this is a new domain. It is different when you rewrite ai content, then it works better on new domains.
 
Good luck with the site

if you can answer two questios:

1) do you try with AI to create archors in the text or the interlinking is at the end of the post?

2) you said 10k posts with relevant royalty-free images. As I asume the keywords you attack are low competition it will be dificoult to find with script matching img for the keyword. I use mix of pexels and unsplash and for uncommon keywords, or there is some generic img or the return is none

thanks
 
Very nice! The thing about AI sites is to build them in a way that they last. Plenty of examples out there where there's a big spike initially followed by the hammer. I really hope your site keeps growing, awesome results.

Can you please go a little deeper into your content strategy? I am interested in what you mean by "building articles correctly", since I only know how to do that manually (with or without GPT)

Thanks!
Yes, you're right. It took me weeks to optimize the content so that even manual reviewers couldn't easily detect them with a simple check. Even though it's not possible to make them 100% undetectable, we can sustain using AI content as long as it gives valuable content to readers. The only con of the method is that the AI's knowledge is limited to September 2021. Apart from that, my content is well-optimized for readers. I hope it'll yield good results in the long run.

Regarding your question, "the prompt" is very important to getting excellent articles from GPT. My prompt is 200 words long. I don't use ChatGPT, and I use OpenAI's GPT tool through the API. It's better than ChatGPT, as ChatGPT doesn't have API access as far as I know. When I get time, I will show you the difference between a useless AI article and a high-quality article with an example. I'll ping you when I post it.
Can you recommend any tools you are using? Some chatgpt/Wordpress plugins?
As I said above, I use OpenAI's API. You can even use ChatGPT, but you need to test it with various prompts to get accurate results.
How much money did it generate for you if it's not a secret?
It's in the title. Currently, it's more than $40, and it's increasing daily. I use only AdSense right now; otherwise, the earnings would have doubled.
Nice. Thanks for sharing.
You're welcome.
+1

I've stopped convincing people that AI content works. They just have a big bandana on their eyes and just won't believe me, you and many other case studies by prominent people in the industry on Youtube, podcasts etc. This was the case 6 months ago, this is the case right now. They go as far as calling it crappy shitty content. But everybody has the right to have their opinion and there's nothing wrong with that. If they do not want to work with AI content, that's completely fine. I would just say that it's their loss. And no, I'm not saying this because I have an AI content sales thread here. If something is working, I just want everybody to bank with it. It's not going from my pocket after all.
You're right. As long as the content gives useful insights on the topic, nobody is going to care who or how it's created.
Awesome, did you used pure AI content from GPT Chat or GPT-4 or you rewrote them somehow. I find that even GPT-4 content sometime takes ages to index, if it is added on a domain without any reputation. So i preffer to rewrite them a bit on the current projects.
Yes, pure AI. I'm not sure, but I also think the domain's authority is very important to indexing a post, no matter if it's an AI post or a manually written article. You don't need to rewrite it if it's done as it should be done.
I tried GPT-4 on a new domain and just one page is indexed. But this is a new domain. It is different when you rewrite ai content, then it works better on new domains.
Low-quality AI articles will not get indexed by Google, even if you post them on a high-quality expired domain.
Omg. How did u get the content to interlink?
I use my own script to do it. It took a few weeks to find out the exact method that worked as I expected. TBH, I got help from ChatGPT to do it and to reduce the time spent coding.
 
Good luck with the site

if you can answer two questios:

1) do you try with AI to create archors in the text or the interlinking is at the end of the post?

2) you said 10k posts with relevant royalty-free images. As I asume the keywords you attack are low competition it will be dificoult to find with script matching img for the keyword. I use mix of pexels and unsplash and for uncommon keywords, or there is some generic img or the return is none

thanks
1. It's a tedious process. I didn't use AI to do it but used my own script to find important keywords and then search relevant articles to link them. It's not an efficient solution, though; it works 99% exactly as I wanted.
2. I didn't use the API, but Google, to find relevant royalty-free images. Actually, Google's results are better than those of Pixabay or the Unsplash API.
I actually first created outline via GPT-4, and then did article based on outline, and ended up with 1500+ words, and pretty detailed article. My guess it that AI never works on a brand new domain.
Though the domain could be the problem, the content is more important than the domain. If the content is really good and undetectable, then the domain is definitely the issue. Try to use the expired domain and check if those articles get indexed by Google.
 
Though the domain could be the problem, the content is more important than the domain. If the content is really good and undetectable, then the domain is definitely the issue. Try to use the expired domain and check if those articles get indexed by Google.

By undetectable do you mean undetectable by tools such as zerogpt?
 
Yes, but google does not read manually. It can only measure like zerogpt, and this is likely most cost effective option for them.
 
What niche is this site?
I assume it's just 1 niche website?

$40 a month or day?

Do you have any experience with the niche or you just rely on OpenAI knowledge ?

Correct me if I'm wrong.
By reading your first post I understand that you made some kind of bot that uses OpenAI api, you feed in the 200 word prompt and it automatically posts the generated article to website?

So you are using this same one prompt for every article ?
Or you modify it somehow?

But you said you don't touch the website at all, fully automated.

How it generates different articles then if the prompt is same.

Just confused a bit.
 
What niche is this site?
I assume it's just 1 niche website?

$40 a month or day?

Do you have any experience with the niche or you just rely on OpenAI knowledge ?

Correct me if I'm wrong.
By reading your first post I understand that you made some kind of bot that uses OpenAI api, you feed in the 200 word prompt and it automatically posts the generated article to website?

So you are using this same one prompt for every article ?
Or you modify it somehow?

But you said you don't touch the website at all, fully automated.

How it generates different articles then if the prompt is same.

Just confused a bit.
There are too many questions to answer. There's no fixed procedure for doing it. And you don't need to follow my strategy. Why are you going deep and getting confused? This post is to give you an idea of AI content, and you can use your creative skills to build a better AI website to make money in the long-run.

Experience in the niche is not a matter at all because it's an automated site, and I'm not going to use my knowledge on this site.
 
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