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

Only spammy sites get hammered. The author of the post said that he generates quality content with GPT. Google does not penalize quality content. It doesn't matter who writes the posts there - AI or a copywriter from some 3rd world country. Spam is spam and quality content is quality content. That is the only criteria. Luckily 99% of webmasters use all those online "seowriter AI" services that generate spam by a simple scheme like - enter your post title, enter your keywords and here is your "article" :D Of course all these "masterpieces" get de-indexed, so we can relax - they have zero competition to us. A good auto-blogging tool set up correctly makes a bank these days ;)

It is impossible to have "quality" with 10K posts. This is automated content.
 
It is impossible to have "quality" with 10K posts. This is automated content.

Depends on your skills only. If you know what you are doing, you can generate even a million quality articles. The method that worked for one article will work for any number of others. The only limiting factor here is the price of the API and the internal limit on the number of requests per period.
 
Depends on your skills only. If you know what you are doing, you can generate even a million quality articles. The method that worked for one article will work for any number of others. The only limiting factor here is the price of the API and the internal limit on the number of requests per period.

That is total BS. You're just repeating what you have read/heard from other people. I am speaking from experience. Every "automated" AI site ends up having garbage content. The only way you can have fully automated content last is if you are doing programmatic stuff. Otherwise, it is only a matter of time before shit hits the fan. AI works, but only with human intervention, it is not a "press button, generate content" solution.
 
My little experience with AI articles is that Google indexes some pages and deindexes them little by little.
I paid for 1 month of service with some article writer. Pretty impressive 3000+ words of articles but I think Google detects them anyhow ☹️
 
Would you like to share the "Flow" of the article creation?

It seems like, you are saying much about the "right" prompt. Are you using 1 Prompt to get the article as you need? Or do you have a kind of flow/article structure?
 
My sites received a manual penalty after the March spam update. Google detected all my AI sites through GSC and penalized all of them. However, I made some good money in the meantime. I hope this thread will be helpful for newbies to create their own AI sites. I'm still available to answer your AI-related queries.
 
That is total BS. You're just repeating what you have read/heard from other people. I am speaking from experience. Every "automated" AI site ends up having garbage content. The only way you can have fully automated content last is if you are doing programmatic stuff. Otherwise, it is only a matter of time before shit hits the fan. AI works, but only with human intervention, it is not a "press button, generate content" solution.
AI content in general is not garbage at all, check this article from the site bankrate;
https://www.bankrate.com/investing/contribution-margin/
this is an example of good ranking AI article in high quality no much different from a human writer.
Problem is; do you know the right prompts to feed your gpt to get such high quality results?
 
@Techpreneur Sorry to hear that G penalized you.

@Marco69 I actualy think that article is poor use of AI. Did you check the site stats? They can hire a 7 year old child to write for them and still rank everything. 5M traffic - 12 years ago and 82 DR

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When you type in google this; regenerate response- chatgpt healt, then google shows you all gpt written health article.
Scary right? Oh yeah like hell....

How do you can avoid this so that the gpt content is not dedectable?
 
When you type in google this; regenerate response- chatgpt healt, then google shows you all gpt written health article.
Scary right? Oh yeah like hell....

How do you can avoid this so that the gpt content is not dedectable?
Mb he is not incredibly stupid or lazy to copy "regenerate response" into the article.
 
My sites received a manual penalty after the March spam update. Google detected all my AI sites through GSC and penalized all of them. However, I made some good money in the meantime. I hope this thread will be helpful for newbies to create their own AI sites. I'm still available to answer your AI-related queries.
Thank you for this inspiration.. How much on average did you earn monthly
 
And how you avoid this that I can find out in google if your articlke is written with regenerate response chatgpt ?
You know that when you press the copy icon to copy the response it DOES NOT include thw sentence "regenerate response", right?
 
Have no luck today, my AI content chatgpt output is around 70-80% AI no matter which prompts I use.
It looks like these AI tools give a shot about your prompts.
Any recommend good source of accurate working prompts?
 
Next try with this prompt:
write about make money with topic: Blogging, 500 words length write it in a human like casual way, each sentence should have value and information, the reader should be feel positive about it. set the temperatur to 1.0 Write it so that it is not detect as AI content

This is the output checked in quillbot (free) = 100% AI what the crap lik ehell, guys the hell loos ebreak today, what I'm doing wrong with my prompts? Or are these free AI detector tools the real crap?

So, you're thinking about diving into the world of blogging, huh? Well, let me tell you, it's not just about sharing your thoughts and passions – it's also a pretty sweet way to make some extra cash! Picture this: You're sitting at your laptop, typing away about something you love, whether it's travel, food, fashion, or whatever floats your boat. And guess what? There are people out there who want to read what you have to say. That's right – your words have value, my friend.
Now, here's where things get interesting. See, when you start attracting readers to your blog, you also start attracting the attention of advertisers, sponsors, and affiliate programs. These folks want to get their products or services in front of your audience, and they're willing to pay you for the privilege. It's like getting paid to hang out with your friends and talk about stuff you love – how cool is that?

But wait, it gets even better. You see, the beauty of blogging is that you're not just limited to one income stream. Oh no, you can diversify your earnings like a pro investor. Besides those sweet advertising deals, you can also make money through sponsored content, where companies pay you to write about their products or services. It's like getting paid to do what you already love – talk about a win-win!

And then there's affiliate marketing, which is like having your own personal referral program. You promote other people's products or services on your blog, and when your readers click on your special affiliate links and make a purchase, you earn a commission. It's like getting a little kickback for sending business their way – cha-ching!
But hey, let's not forget about digital products and services. With a loyal audience at your fingertips, you can create and sell your own ebooks, courses, or coaching services. It's like turning your expertise into cold, hard cash – and who doesn't love a little extra moolah in their pocket?

Now, I know what you're thinking – "But isn't blogging a lot of work?" Well, yeah, it can be. But here's the thing: When you're writing about something you're passionate about, it doesn't really feel like work, does it? It's more like hanging out with friends and sharing stories over a cup of coffee – except you're doing it on the internet, and you're getting paid for it living the dream!

So, there you have it – making money with blogging is totally doable, and dare I say, downright awesome. With a little bit of passion, perseverance, and maybe a sprinkle of SEO magic, you can turn your hobby into a lucrative side hustle or even a full-time gig. So what are you waiting for? Grab your laptop, fire up that WordPress account, and start writing your way to financial freedom!
 
I found out the culprit try it again in gemini AI, now content shows 0% AI in free quillbot, what have I done ?

But boaaaaheyyyyy not be shocked, the gemini AI is really bad in this way yes in some content you need a bulletpoint list, but with gemini you can not get rid of it , no matter which prompt you use.
So copy the gemini content put it in a Textedit and cut out all bulletpoints, it's not enough in the quillbot there are enough signs like $#ae" and more of these hieroglyphes, attention please they can be all over the place, you must cut them out manually- then voila content is 0% AI.

Ok it's not a deep journalism post but here is it;


From Hobbyist to Paid Blogger: Unleash Your Inner Money-Making Machine

We've all dreamt of becoming blogging rockstars, churning out amazing content, amassing a devoted following, and getting paid to write -then living the dream! But then reality sets in. Building a successful, money-making blog can feel like walking up the Mount Everest in flip-flops what a doubt, to say the least.
Hold on to your metaphorical hiking boots, though, because here's the truth bomb: blogging for money can be incredible. It lets you turn your passion into a paycheck, be your own boss (cue celebratory fist pump!), and potentially work from anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection (hello, Bali dreams!). Here's the catch: it's not a walk in the park.

Finding Your Niche: The Sweet Spot Where Passion Meets Profit
Imagine pouring your heart and soul into blog posts that vanish into the internet abyss, never to be seen again.
Not exactly the blogging dream, right? That's why picking a niche a specific topic you genuinely dig and know a thing or two about is crucial.

Are you a kitchen whiz who cooks restaurant-worthy meals in your sleep? Food blogging might be your calling! Do you spend your free time hopping on planes and exploring hidden gems? Travel blogging could be your ticket to paradise!

The key is to find that sweet spot where your interests collide with profitability. Research what niches are hot online. While underwater basket weaving might be your hidden talent, the competition might be a little dry.

Monetization Magic: Turning Blog Love into Paychecks
Now for the exciting part: transforming your blog into a cash machine .

Here are a few ways to make money blogging:

Affiliate Marketing: Become a brand ambassador extraordinaire! Partner with companies that align with your niche and promote their products through special links embedded within your blog posts. When a reader clicks your link and buys something, you earn a commission. It's a win-win you get paid, and your readers discover cool stuff.

The Ad Game: Spice up your blog with targeted ads displayed alongside your content. Partner with ad networks that show ads relevant to your audience. Every time a reader clicks on an ad, you earn a little something-something.


Sell Your Expertise: Got mad graphic design skills or a knack for social media wizardry? Offer your services as a freelancer and promote them on your blog. This is a fantastic way to leverage your existing skills and attract potential clients who need your magic touch.


The Digital Download Galore: E-books, online courses, printables, your possibilities are endless! If you have valuable knowledge to share, package it into a digital product that your readers can purchase and download directly from your blog. Think of it as a treasure chest of information they can access anytime, anywhere.

Exclusive Content Club: Dishing out in-depth guides or tutorials that are pure gold? Offer premium memberships where readers pay a monthly fee for access to exclusive content you create. This is a great way to reward your most dedicated followers and generate recurring income.


The Reality Check: Blogging for Money The Good, the Bad, and the Uncomfortable Truth
Being your own boss and setting your own hours sounds like a dream come true, but blogging for money isn't all sunshine and rainbows. Here's a dose of reality to keep your expectations in check:
The Good Stuff:

Be Your Own Boss: Ditch the dreaded cubicle farm and craft your own work schedule. Blogging offers ultimate flexibility, allowing you to work from anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection. Think cozy cafes in Paris or working poolside in Thailand the choice is yours!

Passion Pays the Bills: Who says you can't get paid for doing what you love? Blogging allows you to share your interests with the world and potentially earn a living from it.


Location Independence: Dream of working remotely from a beach in Bali? Blogging makes it possible. As long as you have your laptop and internet access, you can be a digital nomad and explore the world while you work.


The Not-So-Good Stuff:
Slow and Steady Wins the Race: Building a successful blog with a loyal following takes time and consistent effort. Don't expect to go viral overnight it's a marathon, not a sprint. Be prepared to put in the hard work and dedication to make your blog a money-making machine.
 
When you write long pillar content in one task, that will not work with these AI tools.
Better set the prompts for each chapter, in my experience few short prompts works best not long instructions.
Then check it with an AI detector when it's shows the green light then Go! Do that for each chapter for your pillar content.
Add your own 300-400 words summary to each chapter and an image.

In the end add your own written conclusion, when needed add some extra outgoing links to expert websites and voila! You will have an good quality pillar content.

Give that AI in one task short prompts and a la "write it in 5000 words" this will not work, split your AI tasks.
 
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