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I don't think they've developed it, the last I heard, they just did some research on it. I'm not sure how developing this technology will help them make money. Even if they do, I doubt it will be open-sourced. Remember, Microsoft has invested in OpenAI. I think MSFT could probably use the tech...
This makes perfect sense from Google's point of view. They are here to make money, they don't really care who write the content. If AI is able to generate better content than humans and if the users find it useful, what exactly is the problem?
Thanks for linking to the post.
I'm doing some research, if you don't mind, do you think you can answer these questions? Once I'm done, I could share the research with you
What kind of traffic does your best site receive?
What's the average RPM?
How many recipes does your top site have?
I was analyzing top blogs on Mediavine/Adthrive with low DA and high traffic (100k organic) and I see roughly half of these websites are food/recipe blogs.
I read an article about how recipe blogs are one of the toughest niches to crack for newcomers yet I see a lot of these food blogs that were...