Contrary to their claims, Google doesn't like AI content at all and won't even rank them

I do not understand whether these posts are written by detractors , I have a or if they are intended to confuse people .
I have a crappy domain ( new ) for 4 months , no problem indexing , all and I mean all content is written by AI without even too much attention .
726 pages indexed , new ones are indexed on average every 3 days .
I have no idea what you are talking about when you create all these problems .
Exactly! My friend has created his first Python script for GPT3 in February, so 3 months ago, and used a new domain for testing by creating random articles about all kinds of topics like travel destinations, fashions, money making, etc.. They got indexed and still rank. After I saw this I have asked him to create a web tool that makes it even easier to publish the content directly to WordPress via the REST API and I am using it right now to mass create content. If you want you can try it out too, it is free, all you need is your OpenAI API key:
https://app.wordgenie.de/
The output is already complete with FAQ schema which should also boost the rankings.
 
Many of my IA articles are ranking on the first page for the keyword I was targeting. I'm using ChatGPT for four of my websites, and Search Console indexes the articles within minutes. In only a few days most of the articles are ranking fine. Of course, I edit all of them and change things I don't like. So far it's working fine for me.
 
Well now write in the thread of your post " I wrote bullshit " .
I am still not super optimistic. Cause the previous indexed AI articles slowly got deindexed and are still in the same "crawled not indexed" status. These are new posts that got indexed. Might suffer the same fate
 
Many of my IA articles are ranking on the first page for the keyword I was targeting. I'm using ChatGPT for four of my websites, and Search Console indexes the articles within minutes. In only a few days most of the articles are ranking fine. Of course, I edit all of them and change things I don't like. So far it's working fine for me.
Maybe big G hates me specifically lol.
 
Maybe big G hates me specifically lol.

I remove many things that are repetitive or words/sentences that ChatGPT uses a lot. If fact, I usually add those sentences with my own words. Even though I save a lot of time using AI, it still takes me a while to write articles. Hope it helps.
 
I remove many things that are repetitive or words/sentences that ChatGPT uses a lot. If fact, I usually add those sentences with my own words. Even though I save a lot of time using AI, it still takes me a while to write articles. Hope it helps.
I do the same too. I try to add at least one sentence of personalized opinion in each paragraph.
Let's see how it turns out. Maybe its hardcore google sandbox. Or maybe the site was doomed from the beginning.
 
People says AI content is not ranking is being detected but others say nothing happens and they even brag they are getting more traffic now, they are better than before, so, is really fake? or there is a treshold or a specific percentage you can have AI content and if you pass it you reach honor and glory?
 
Not my experience. I created a health-related website 2 weeks ago, on a brand new domain. No backlinks to it yet. I used ChatGPT 4 to write 55 articles. Of those, 42 are currently indexed. And some were only posted in the last few days, so I'm assuming the remaining (or most of the remaining) articles will get indexed.
 
As other suggested try publishing ai articles on a different blog for a/b testing. It's always a good practice to have several resources you can control.
 
No matter how heavily you edit your AI articles google refuses to rank them. All AI articles are currently at "discovered: not indexed" for over a month.

I have tried manual link submission, and forced indexing.

Before anyone says "Maybe your prompts suck, " they don't suck at all. I have created a custom workflow that generates quality long-form articles with <5% hallucinations and even passes most so-called AI detectors with grace. The content is extremely informative too.

None of that matters in the end. GSC data shows google crawls my site every 2 days and updates my indexed pages list but the indexation rate stays the same.

I plan to rewrite the articles from scratch manually and resubmit them.
Is anyone else facing this issue?
But there are many who are able to rank their blogs with AI content. So your strategy needs to be improved.
 
No matter how heavily you edit your AI articles google refuses to rank them. All AI articles are currently at "discovered: not indexed" for over a month.

I have tried manual link submission, and forced indexing.

Before anyone says "Maybe your prompts suck, " they don't suck at all. I have created a custom workflow that generates quality long-form articles with <5% hallucinations and even passes most so-called AI detectors with grace. The content is extremely informative too.

None of that matters in the end. GSC data shows google crawls my site every 2 days and updates my indexed pages list but the indexation rate stays the same.

I plan to rewrite the articles from scratch manually and resubmit them.
Is anyone else facing this issue?
have you tried with expired domain?
 
Yeah I guess so. Also been hearing there's some indexing issues on Google for new sites.

Yeah I guess.

Nope. Acquiring a decent expired domain will cost a fortune.
not really. you can go for a domain that has been active for a long time without backlinks for like $20-$40
 
@Waifu_tatyana Your content does not read well. I am sorry, but it has obvious grammatical and constructional errors. Sounds really bad, like an ESL person wrote it.

As far as AI detection goes, it is 100% detected as AI content:

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You need to understand that content is there to serve the ultimate purpose, which is to answer the search query. Stop fluffing out your articles. Stop generating walls of garbage text that sounds ESL.

Your content needs to do two things:

1. Answer the search query
2. Good sentence structure, should not sound super ESL and be free of grammatical errors.

If you do these two things, you will be fine regardless of whether you are using AI, partial duplicate, translated or whatever type of content.
 
@Waifu_tatyana Your content does not read well. I am sorry, but it has obvious grammatical and constructional errors. Sounds really bad, like an ESL person wrote it.

As far as AI detection goes, it is 100% detected as AI content:

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You need to understand that content is there to serve the ultimate purpose, which is to answer the search query. Stop fluffing out your articles. Stop generating walls of garbage text that sounds ESL.

Your content needs to do two things:

1. Answer the search query
2. Good sentence structure, should not sound super ESL and be free of grammatical errors.

If you do these two things, you will be fine regardless of whether you are using AI, partial duplicate, translated or whatever type of content.
I just gave a small example of how my model functions. Obviously, a full-scale post from my model writes with proper markup language and tries to answer the query in the first subheading to win a featured snippet and everything. To add to that I do heavy manual editing, add personalised thoughts and opinions and do proper fact-checking

Actually, my articles received good feedback from social media audiences for good readability. It's just that Google is being an asshole as always. Although they recently indexed a lot of my pages all of a sudden.

As for the AI detector, Originality is known to give out false positives a lot of times even for human-written content. I mostly use the most vouched-for AI detectors on this forum i.e., content at scale and OpenAI's own ai detector tool.

Here's the result from them :
 

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I just gave a small example of how my model functions. Obviously, a full-scale post from my model writes with proper markup language and tries to answer the query in the first subheading to win a featured snippet and everything.

As for the AI detector, Originality is known to give out false positives a lot of times even for human-written content. I mostly use the most vouched for AI detectors on this forum I.e, contentatscale and gpt's own ai detector tool.

Here's the result from them :

Originality gives false positives on real content, but never on actual AI content. I use 3 - 4 of these checkers together, your content sounds and reads 100% AI, and it is also 100% detectable.
 
Originality gives false positives on real content, but never on actual AI content. I use 3 - 4 of these checkers together, your content sounds and reads 100% AI, and it is also 100% detectable.
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I don't have an Originality subscription. Please run this one through the detector. This one is AI generated with a few grammatical corrections of my own.
This is how the penultimate draft of my content looks before it's published. If this one is detected as AI content too then I accept defeat :)
 
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