Using AI + Automation to scale multiple sites to a total of $1k/month

domkis30

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hey,

Do you use pegasus or something similar to paraphrase content or it's more complex than that? Also do you scrape google or top ranking websites and then construct articles from what you scrape?
 

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Very interesting and good luck. Are you using your own python program?

Some python library are used for the ML side, but most of the logic isn't python. Programming language doesn't matter at the end of the day.

hey,

Do you use pegasus or something similar to paraphrase content or it's more complex than that? Also do you scrape google or top ranking websites and then construct articles from what you scrape?

No, no content is paraphrased / spinned it is completely original. The content evaluation looks at the top ranking sites (exactly like surferseo) but that's not the only signal used for content quality.

Content Update:

Site 2:


400 new articles published

Site 3:

4k new articles published

Indexing ratio is around 1:2 for crawled pages at the moment, hoping this will increase as the site grows in traffic and more time passes. Site has already received traffic from Google & Bing after one week since launch.
 

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Some python library are used for the ML side, but most of the logic isn't python. Programming language doesn't matter at the end of the day.



No, no content is paraphrased / spinned it is completely original. The content evaluation looks at the top ranking sites (exactly like surferseo) but that's not the only signal used for content quality.

Content Update:

Site 2:


400 new articles published

Site 3:

4k new articles published

Indexing ratio is around 1:2 for crawled pages at the moment, hoping this will increase as the site grows in traffic and more time passes. Site has already received traffic from Google & Bing after one week since launch.
İs that working?
 

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Wanna shed some light what your tech stack is and how it works?
How did you come up with this idea? :)
How is the outlining and readability of the generated content? Is that why you need to review and edit them?
 

madacot233

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Wanna shed some light what your tech stack is and how it works?
How did you come up with this idea? :)
How is the outlining and readability of the generated content? Is that why you need to review and edit them?

I was going to in detail, but I'm going to give it more time to see the results first.

The idea is from Timothy's (super PAC) journey thread, which goes into a lot of detail.

Site 1 was before any content scoring changes were put in place, so it receives no traffic. However, outlining and readability is very good with the current system, I was manually reviewing before I found a small bug causing a lot of issues. Any awful content should just get the 'crawled not indexed' message and I'll have to review the process again.

Update:

Site 2:


- 10-15 unique visitors per day after 1 month, very good considering the difficulty of the niche (finance)
- Offer added to page, waiting for conversions

Site 3

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2k new pages published
- All pages planned generated, might add some internal linking / best of pages later.
- Seeing decent traffic after 7 days of launch

Because I'm seeing traffic after 1 week, going to launch another site using the same tech as site 3. If the growth rate keeps up, then multiple sites per week will get launched.

Finances

Site 1


Revenue: $0
Expenses: $400

Site 2

Revenue: $0
Expenses: $300

Site 3:

Revenue: $0
Expenses: $100
 

Delontekoq

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nice journey, i also do SEO aff sites now. I also use AI for my articles, it goes so fast to 2500+ words.

Do you really need that many articles? people said u need like 15-20 and then wait 6 months....is this true or not?
 

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I was going to in detail, but I'm going to give it more time to see the results first.

The idea is from Timothy's (super PAC) journey thread, which goes into a lot of detail.

Site 1 was before any content scoring changes were put in place, so it receives no traffic. However, outlining and readability is very good with the current system, I was manually reviewing before I found a small bug causing a lot of issues. Any awful content should just get the 'crawled not indexed' message and I'll have to review the process again.

Update:

Site 2:


- 10-15 unique visitors per day after 1 month, very good considering the difficulty of the niche (finance)
- Offer added to page, waiting for conversions

Site 3

-
2k new pages published
- All pages planned generated, might add some internal linking / best of pages later.
- Seeing decent traffic after 7 days of launch

Because I'm seeing traffic after 1 week, going to launch another site using the same tech as site 3. If the growth rate keeps up, then multiple sites per week will get launched.

Finances

Site 1


Revenue: $0
Expenses: $400

Site 2

Revenue: $0
Expenses: $300

Site 3:

Revenue: $0
Expenses: $100
Can you give some link to the Timothy's (super PAC) journey thread? I tried searching but didn't find anything.
 

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Care to share how you decide the quality of the content, in order to not get "crawled not indexed" message?

What are the main pointers? Not just for AI, asking in general. What do you consider key factors which affect the issue?
 

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I'd love to see your bounce rate stats

I don't collect data on it, but I would say close to 100%. The goal is to satisfy the user search intent (which it does), not to keep users on the site.

nice journey, i also do SEO aff sites now. I also use AI for my articles, it goes so fast to 2500+ words.

Do you really need that many articles? people said u need like 15-20 and then wait 6 months....is this true or not?

8 months for the article to 'mature'.
All my target terms are very low-volume but very specific to the targeted niche. So more content = more traffic and the traffic is highly targeted compared to trying to rank on a specific 'keyword' like traditional SEO.

Among rytr and wordhero.. which is best. Am making plans in getting one.

No idea!

Can you give some link to the Timothy's (super PAC) journey thread? I tried searching but didn't find anything.


Care to share how you decide the quality of the content, in order to not get "crawled not indexed" message?

What are the main pointers? Not just for AI, asking in general. What do you consider key factors which affect the issue?

Have you read through the webmaster guidelines? They outline exactly what they want and are looking for, if your content satisfies the quality guidelines and is left for long enough, eventually it should get indexed. But google doesn't guarantee anything will be indexed.
 

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I don't collect data on it, but I would say close to 100%. The goal is to satisfy the user search intent (which it does), not to keep users on the site.
Fair comment, I agree totally with your intent. Its a very compelling strategy.
 

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Gd luck with the journey,I'll be checking to see the updates.
 

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Site 4:

- Similar structure to site 3
- 7k pages published
- 8 million wordcount

- ~40-60k pages planned
- That's roughly 35-50 MILLION words
- stopping site generation until I see some SERP action
 

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do you put any effort into web design, as in, do they look like the typical SEO site? a lot of text, barely any images and basically no design?
 

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do you put any effort into web design, as in, do they look like the typical SEO site? a lot of text, barely any images and basically no design?

There's a decent structure, but it could be greatly improved with a customized design.

Site 2:

- 400 articles published
 

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Site 5:

Was on a call with someone who works at the competitor to site 5, and I was told that I wasn't skilled enough, so you know the drill.

- Scraped competitor's content + other data sources in the niche
- Built a custom designed site to better represent the data
- Use some AI magic to create better content than the competitor

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- ~17k pages published.
- Quite a few of these pages are internal pages for helping the user find the content they need
- Competitor site generates around $2-5M/month, with 2 sites using the same setup / data but in a smaller subniche (each making $100k/month)
 
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