Does AI Content Hurts SEO?

sankethot

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Apr 15, 2024
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Hello All,

Does AI Based Content hurt SEO If yes then how we can find those type of content and remove or rewrite it?
 
Hello All,

Does AI Based Content hurt SEO If yes then how we can find those type of content and remove or rewrite it?
The right answer is that there's no definitive answer. It prolly does, but we don't know how much.

If you think about it a bit and understand how google serves you serps, you can come to the logical conclusion that you cannot say how drastically someone is penalized for ai content.

It's impossible to deterministically say if some piece of content was written by AI or not. So all google can do is give a probability. Like "webpage has 50% chance of being made by AI"

So google might set some threshold based on such scores. But we don't really know.

And there's no reliable way to check for ai content on your site. The best method imo is to talk to your writer and ask if they have used it.
 
Hello All,

Does AI Based Content hurt SEO If yes then how we can find those type of content and remove or rewrite it?
It has been asked quite often here, especially since googles march update, so for more information - search for these threads.

In short - not necessarily, some websites with AI content have actually been thriving, but it's necessary to give them a human touch and proofread.
 
I use AI content to mainly test if I can rank and then ask my writer for proper content.
I have one AI article which ranks on page 1 so I'm not bothered to change anything.
But when one of my articles was on page 3, I replaced it with hand written content and it got to page 1.
 
Hello All,

Does AI Based Content hurt SEO If yes then how we can find those type of content and remove or rewrite it?
Got my brand new (started March 1) pure AI site Adsense approved today after having requested review yesterday.

Fully automated GPT-4 content, one post a day published. 33 posts indexed, some keywords are ranking in the Top 10.

Another, established site with human content was hit and deindexed by the Google march update. Still makes money with Adsense lol.

Focus on the quality and structure of the content, not on what AI detection tools are telling you.
 
In my experience , yes. AI content can be negative for SEO. But you can take some pointers from AI and rewrite it manually so that it wont be a problem
 
Many SEOs are using AI to help craft outlines for articles/pages. We use ChatGPT and Perplexity to help create a 'rough' draft for articles, FAQ, sources. Then use another tool to 'humanize' that content so the bulk of the content we write is considered written by a human. No one knows what Google is going to do in the future but I don't see any harm in emulating a strategy for content creation similar to what some sites are implementing (e.g. bankrate .com)
 
It's impossible to deterministically say if some piece of content was written by AI or not. So all google can do is give a probability. Like "webpage has 50% chance of being made by AI"

I can spot AI content within a heart beat. So, I'm guessing that makes me more efficient than google's crappy systems.
 
According to latest News of Google Which Website Publish AI Content and Google will be Derank all the website Traffic Down and lot's of website traffic Goes 100k to 10K so latest update say there is no authority of AI Content and also
Not Index the AI Content.
So AI is Effect the SEO
 
Yes ofcourse. Get ready to loose your money if you depend on 100% Ai content.

Use AI for research, create outline and keywords research. Thats it.
 
Hey, so there is a ton of threads on here from the past couple of months, so I would advise you to check those out as well.

To your question, in short, yes and no. Yes if you just generate content, do not edit and then post. No, if you are proofreading, editing, and focusing on the UX of the content you post.

So the key thing is to have controls in the place that AI content is still held to a standard of quality, because if it is low quality then it will hurt your site.
 
Google values original content. If AI-generated content is poorly executed or overly generic, it might negatively impact your SEO due to lack of user engagement or being flagged as low-value content.
 
No solution available. Just focus on helpful content no matter ai written or human. Try to add value in your content.
 
It depends on how you use AI content.

If you are one of those people that got punished by the March update, chances are, you used AI content without editorial input.

You just clicked a button, copied and pasted, published it to your site, moved on to the next post, and called it a day.

Usually when Google cracks down any technique or method that tries to "cheat it," it usually shuts down the most blatant offenders.

These are the sloppy online publishers and bloggers.

But pretty soon, it turns the screws tighter and tighter and becomes more and more sensitive.

Unless you are putting in the time to manually check the accuracy, tweak the engagement level, and otherwise do your editorial work as a site publisher, it's only a matter of time until Google's "low content quality crusade" shows up at your door.

Do yourself a big favor and try to future-proof your site as much as possible by using AI to assist in content generation instead of replacing it.

What do I mean by that?

You can use AI to outline.

You can use AI to structure.

But the actual meat of the content still has to go through human eyes.

There's still has to be some solid editorial intervention as far as your content is concerned because, remember, Google is ultimately ranking sites based on user experience.

If you just view AI content as a shortcut, this will eventually degrade user experience.
 
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