Google is a slave of AI-generated content

Starblazer

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Google is getting worse day-by-day. Some people are ranking AI-generated content without any proofreading. They are completely relying on the stupidity of Google algorithm. I have seen several instances in the past, but a recent one is mind-blowing.

If you have some knowledge of Clickbank products, exipure and java burn are currently having very high gravity. They both are also weight loss products. I was checking the SERPs and a Medium parasite (without any backlinks) is ranking on 3rd page for the keyword "java burn". This is interesting, particularly considering that it became difficult for parasites to rank in Google after the spam update.

I'll refrain from adding link but you can check the content from screenshot below:

java burn ranking content.JPG

This is the first half of the content. The second half looks like gibberish written by a school kid. So, Google is absolutely fine with this content ranking for a weight loss product. This gives me hope to rank more content in the future by sticking to Blackhat SEO. You can show it when someone says SEO is dead and Google algorithm is smart. No matter how advanced a machine is, it lacks commonsense of a person.
 
Google is getting worse day-by-day. Some people are ranking AI-generated content without any proofreading. They are completely relying on the stupidity of Google algorithm. I have seen several instances in the past, but a recent one is mind-blowing.

If you have some knowledge of Clickbank products, exipure and java burn are currently having very high gravity. They both are also weight loss products. I was checking the SERPs and a Medium parasite (without any backlinks) is ranking on 3rd page for the keyword "java burn". This is interesting, particularly considering that it became difficult for parasites to rank in Google after the spam update.

I'll refrain from adding link but you can check the content from screenshot below:

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This is the first half of the content. The second half looks like gibberish written by a school kid. So, Google is absolutely fine with this content ranking for a weight loss product. This gives me hope to rank more content in the future by sticking to Blackhat SEO. You can show it when someone says SEO is dead and Google algorithm is smart. No matter how advanced a machine is, it lacks commonsense of a person.

You just need to cloak that content to a readable/related landing page or you'll lose all the traffic being bounced.
 
My comp is doing this since 11yrs. While i have a few writers where we brain Storm Discuss research to get a few topics a day . And by the way comp is killing it in serps.way to go Big Daddy G....
 
Google by itself, is a content AI generator de facto.

But saying that is becoming worse it's at best, vague. As others have pointed out, we shall look at other factors, like volume and competence for the keywords you are looking for.

If the AI generated content is what satisfies queries, then it will be the content that will be ranking.

Thinking out of the box to satisfy the queries away from common content that could be made by an AI will be the prime SEO strategy for 2022.
 
Google by itself, is a content AI generator de facto.

But saying that is becoming worse it's at best, vague. As others have pointed out, we shall look at other factors, like volume and competence for the keywords you are looking for.

If the AI generated content is what satisfies queries, then it will be the content that will be ranking.

Thinking out of the box to satisfy the queries away from common content that could be made by an AI will be the prime SEO strategy for 2022.
But how long until generalization AI can create that content? Soon, if not now IMO.
 
But how long until generalization AI can create that content? Soon, if not now IMO.
No time soon

I think we have commoditized too much the content creation process.

AI-generated content has come this year to shake this comfort a little (btw, in favor to devs and blackhatters, more considering that blackhatters have been complaining about the fact that BH techniques were not working like before for the past few years)
 
Google will surely develop a new algorithm to find correlations between AI generated contents, and a blog with the bulk of the content being AI generated will be shadow-banned.

They will not disclose this or anything coming up on GSC, but the site would be sandboxed.
 
No time soon

I think we have commoditized too much the content creation process.

AI-generated content has come this year to shake this comfort a little (btw, in favor to devs and blackhatters, more considering that blackhatters have been complaining about the fact that BH techniques were not working like before for the past few years)
When I think of "out of the box" SEO content I'm thinking videos, augmented reality (imagine a future clothing blog that lets you beam the shirt to your wall or body using HTML10), and anything non-text. We'll see if these new technologies are the best way to satisfy user intent. I'm sure for many niches, text isn't the best way to satisfy the search intent BUT for many text will rule for decades to come.
 
Google will surely develop a new algorithm to find correlations between AI generated contents, and a blog with the bulk of the content being AI generated will be shadow-banned.

They will not disclose this or anything coming up on GSC, but the site would be sandboxed.
That will be incredibly difficult as machine learning advances. Every year the economies of scale for training these models continues to drop, which means people creating their own models and not just using available ones (like GPTneo, GPT3, etc).
 
When I think of "out of the box" SEO content I'm thinking videos, augmented reality (imagine a future clothing blog that lets you beam the shirt to your wall or body using HTML10), and anything non-text. We'll see if these new technologies are the best way to satisfy user intent. I'm sure for many niches, text isn't the best way to satisfy the search intent BUT for many text will rule for decades to come.
Just consider that common linear text is what we have been used to for the past decade after the explosion of the infamous "content is king". The classic H1 H2 H3 H2 H3 H4 HX blocked content, is something that an AI is actually doing with ease.

Now I feel content shall be written to be more concise and satisfy the query, like if I were talking to you. Things have to be reimagined like the decline of the formalisms. Content meant to be read or AI all the way through. No more beats around the bush.
 
It's pretty clear to me that 2021 has started a chain of events that will end in the annihilation of the planet. We will get stuck between powerful AI's that will continually be trying to out-compete and detect the other to the point where skynet.ai will force humanity into underground tunnels for survival.
 
Google will surely develop a new algorithm to find correlations between AI generated contents, and a blog with the bulk of the content being AI generated will be shadow-banned.

They will not disclose this or anything coming up on GSC, but the site would be sandboxed.
They struggled for years to identify quality content. But the AI parallely reached a stage where it can generate content that meets the requirements of Google algo. AI will create high-quality content by the time algo can identify AI-generated content. I think AI vs algo fight has a long way to go.

Just consider that common linear text is what we have been used to for the past decade after the explosion of the infamous "content is king". The classic H1 H2 H3 H2 H3 H4 HX blocked content, is something that an AI is actually doing with ease.

Now I feel content shall be written to be more concise and satisfy the query, like if I were talking to you. Things have to be reimagined like the decline of the formalisms. Content meant to be read or AI all the way through. No more beats around the bush.
I have seen some local language sites which are written in English fonts. For example, some people create sites that describe things in Hindi but written in English font. This is uder-friendly as a lot of people chat in English due to English keyboard. They are ranking better than regular English sites. A lot of such things are happening pretty fast. SEO will become difficult for newbies who fail to understand these dynamic changes.

It's pretty clear to me that 2021 has started a chain of events that will end in the annihilation of the planet. We will get stuck between powerful AI's that will continually be trying to out-compete and detect the other to the point where skynet.ai will force humanity into underground tunnels for survival.
We should just wait for the moment when AI is introduced to security & defence personnel. AI soldiers like Robocop & Iron man are a distant reality.
 
Google is getting worse day-by-day. Some people are ranking AI-generated content without any proofreading. They are completely relying on the stupidity of Google algorithm. I have seen several instances in the past, but a recent one is mind-blowing.

If you have some knowledge of Clickbank products, exipure and java burn are currently having very high gravity. They both are also weight loss products. I was checking the SERPs and a Medium parasite (without any backlinks) is ranking on 3rd page for the keyword "java burn". This is interesting, particularly considering that it became difficult for parasites to rank in Google after the spam update.

I'll refrain from adding link but you can check the content from screenshot below:

View attachment 195955

This is the first half of the content. The second half looks like gibberish written by a school kid. So, Google is absolutely fine with this content ranking for a weight loss product. This gives me hope to rank more content in the future by sticking to Blackhat SEO. You can show it when someone says SEO is dead and Google algorithm is smart. No matter how advanced a machine is, it lacks commonsense of a person.
I just don't think it will last for long, to be honest. It happens that Google indexes and ranks something that doesn't meet their standards but after some time after crawlers go through it again, it's ranking just drops down. I saw it happening like a million times. It's true that AI content is all over the internet, and I don't understand why people who use this type of article generator just don't check it once manually, it would actually be a pretty good working flow. But I just refuse to think this will last for long and that it will get some high ranking.
 
I just don't think it will last for long, to be honest. It happens that Google indexes and ranks something that doesn't meet their standards but after some time after crawlers go through it again, it's ranking just drops down. I saw it happening like a million times. It's true that AI content is all over the internet, and I don't understand why people who use this type of article generator just don't check it once manually, it would actually be a pretty good working flow. But I just refuse to think this will last for long and that it will get some high ranking.
Hey.

Fun fact. I though so myself. It can't be for the long run.

Then I found this website, findanyanswer.com

Boy, was I wrong. Over 1 million indexed pages, and semrush predicts over 2 million visitors/month from google alone.

Now, here comes the fun part. It's been over a year since that website is live. It never got a red card from Google. Talk about playing fair.

Now, I said, meh, they just got lucky. But the more I look into it, the more I learn.

Even though content is FULLY plagiarized, the way they organized the content is nowt different than any web directory out there with duplicate content. Yet they rank.
 
I just don't think it will last for long, to be honest. It happens that Google indexes and ranks something that doesn't meet their standards but after some time after crawlers go through it again, it's ranking just drops down. I saw it happening like a million times. It's true that AI content is all over the internet, and I don't understand why people who use this type of article generator just don't check it once manually, it would actually be a pretty good working flow. But I just refuse to think this will last for long and that it will get some high ranking.
Rank is gibberish is never an issue as they can't manually check content. But ranking a programming related content for a health & fitness product just because a word "Java" matches in them both is a fundamental error. I think the algo should be smart enough to identify niche properly and seggregare content accordingly without falling prey to AI. This example just proves that Google algo is not any better than any AI that creates content based on words without understanding niche and structure.
 
Hey.

Fun fact. I though so myself. It can't be for the long run.

Then I found this website, findanyanswer.com

Boy, was I wrong. Over 1 million indexed pages, and semrush predicts over 2 million visitors/month from google alone.

Now, here comes the fun part. It's been over a year since that website is live. It never got a red card from Google. Talk about playing fair.

Now, I said, meh, they just got lucky. But the more I look into it, the more I learn.

Even though content is FULLY plagiarized, the way they organized the content is nowt different than any web directory out there with duplicate content. Yet they rank.
It's weird really, not sure why that's happening, seems like some kind of a lack of attention from Google, but if they continue doing it, they will definitely give the motivation to others to use many Black hat tactics.
 
Rank is gibberish is never an issue as they can't manually check content. But ranking a programming related content for a health & fitness product just because a word "Java" matches in them both is a fundamental error. I think the algo should be smart enough to identify niche properly and seggregare content accordingly without falling prey to AI. This example just proves that Google algo is not any better than any AI that creates content based on words without understanding niche and structure.
Definitely seems like it at the moment, can't quite understand how it happened.
 
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