Are you going remove all AI content on your websites

woguojun

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The posts written by AI, all hit hard in March Update
Are you guys will remove all AI content now?
For me, I am removing all the AI content right now day and night
 
Somehow the update gave me more traffic, maybe because i edited 20% of each paragraph by hand.
 
If you are using ChatGPT 3.5 that is easily detected, 4 is harder and passes more detectors (from what I have seen) your prompts going in is going to play a big part, there is no way they can detect AI 100% (imo).
 
The posts written by AI, all hit hard in March Update
Are you guys will remove all AI content now?
For me, I am removing all the AI content right now day and night
If some people proceed with this, they may have to take down everything on their website.
 
there is no way they can detect AI 100% (imo).
It's not really an "imo." It's called the Turing Test from the father of computer science, Alan Turing. It's computationally very hard to get right, but you can search for basic patterns if you're willing to accept false positives.

Anyway, to answer @woguojun's question: you should always have your AI-generated content on separate domains on separate hosts on separate IPs -- as you would with any blackhat method.
 
ranking fine on my end, from old websites to brand new ones with fresh domains,
you can't just label every AI content in the same category, you can craft unique high quality piece of content with the right approach
 
Saw a hit during the first week but the traffic and impressions got better for me. I'm building links to my site as of now and is it okay to build links during update? Can anyone help me?
 
Remove them and add more unique quality handwritten articles. Don't use the AI articles if it is your long term project.

Saw a hit during the first week but the traffic and impressions got better for me. I'm building links to my site as of now and is it okay to build links during update? Can anyone help me?
If the impressions are getting better, then you can start building the links. If needed, wait for a couple of weeks and proceed. Also, don't add too many links in a short period. You can add the links slowly from quality websites.
 
I will suggest editing the content of the pages that were ranking. Editing title and content. Put some images with alt tags, schema. Make some backlinks, let it get indexed again. and Hope it gets ranked again.
 
Nope not at all. Infact I am going to modify my prompts to make the content even more human sounding and interesting
 
Relax. Don't delete AI content yet. March update might have hit low-quality AI content, not all of it. Review your AI content = look for spammy or irrelevant stuff. Focus on making it high-quality and helpful. No need to delete everything.
 
Hi It's difficult to determine who made the content, if you edit the text received from AI a little. In general, a couple of changed suggestions should help.
 
Nope, and I don't mean to, people are panicking and I can understand people who had sites with huge profits and lost everything but, people who don't understand and see how big the potential behind all this is... I don't know what to say.
 
I'll say the private stuff out loud.

I want to see an apocalypse of all AI websites. I want every AI website and social media post which was created by some non-english speaking guy living in a non-Western nation destroyed.
 
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