[Journey] Ranking A Site That Uses AI Generated Content

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Great to see you having success this with this!

Back in June/July you mentioned:

I do have another site where I'm using the Content Improver to re-write content. It's around 2 weeks old and most pages are already in the top 10.

How is this site going?

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That’s doing good too. Around 100 visitors a day. I added A batch of content last month so it should pick up.

That sounds great! Would you mind giving a simple overview of what you are doing on this method? Are you taking Amazon product descriptions and using the Content Rewriter, or using competitor content?

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That sounds great! Would you mind giving a simple overview of what you are doing on this method? Are you taking Amazon product descriptions and using the Content Rewriter, or using competitor content?

Thanks.

The site has nothing to do with Amazon or product reviews. It’s just info content. It’s more like rewriting other people‘s stories and experiences. There are no real competitors. I rewrite stories from a book lol.

But I’m sure you can do the same thing with Amazon product descriptions. I don’t see why it won’t work. Jarvis has a specific function that helps write/rewrite Amazon descriptions.

I’m planning to start a 120 post Amazon aff site next week that’ll be 100% Jarvis. I’ll let you know if I come up with any special process.
 

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The site has nothing to do with Amazon or product reviews. It’s just info content. It’s more like rewriting other people‘s stories and experiences. There are no real competitors. I rewrite stories from a book lol.

But I’m sure you can do the same thing with Amazon product descriptions. I don’t see why it won’t work. Jarvis has a specific function that helps write/rewrite Amazon descriptions.

I’m planning to start a 120 post Amazon aff site next week that’ll be 100% Jarvis. I’ll let you know if I come up with any special process.

The book idea is a great twist :) Yes, will be interesting to hear how the Amazon site goes. I am looking at options to use Jarvis for. I seem to recall when I tested it in the past it did a good job of re-writing the mason product descriptions.
 

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The site has nothing to do with Amazon or product reviews. It’s just info content. It’s more like rewriting other people‘s stories and experiences. There are no real competitors. I rewrite stories from a book lol.

But I’m sure you can do the same thing with Amazon product descriptions. I don’t see why it won’t work. Jarvis has a specific function that helps write/rewrite Amazon descriptions.

I’m planning to start a 120 post Amazon aff site next week that’ll be 100% Jarvis. I’ll let you know if I come up with any special process.
I do that and it works btw. I grab the amazon description and drop it into jarvis product description and it rewrites it. Pretty good, no duplicate content issues. Would be awesome if we could automate it with an API
 

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Just tried to sign-up again with Jarvis and noticed that the Boss mode is now lower price but has a 50k word limit on the lowest plan ($59) and 100k limit on the $99/mo plan. When I had my Boss mode subscription back in September it was $119/mo with unlimited words.

Guess 500-100k words is still a lot though when looking at short articles.

What plan are you on @warriorsam53?
 

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Just tried to sign-up again with Jarvis and noticed that the Boss mode is now lower price but has a 50k word limit on the lowest plan ($59) and 100k limit on the $99/mo plan. When I had my Boss mode subscription back in September it was $119/mo with unlimited words.

Guess 500-100k words is still a lot though when looking at short articles.

What plan are you on @warriorsam53?

Depending on how much content you want to create, 100K may or may not be enough. Unless you’re very careful about your word usage, you won’t get more than 25-30K usable words out of 100K. But even that’s a great deal.

I’m on the early adopter plan so I pay 99 for 500K words. I don’t end up using 500K words of course but I’ve used up 3-400K words a couple of times.
 

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I haven't really checked. Maybe a GB or so for my bigger sites. I just have 1 image a post in most cases. So my sites don't take up too much space. Never had an issue with space.
Thanks for the quick reply!

So, the only image on your posts is the featured image? Mmm, I plan my content to be more "image-heavy" than that so I guess it will be heavier.

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Thanks for the quick reply!

So, the only image on your posts is the featured image? Mmm, I plan my content to be more "image-heavy" than that so I guess it will be heavier.

Thanks in advance!
Yeah I only use one image on a post.

I’m not sure what host you use but usually space is not a problem. You can always use a CDN or AWS or something similar to host your images if space becomes an issue.
 

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I do afilliate linksd, I have a mix of both types of content really, my site didn't have that many posts tbh about 120-130, but the review / best xxx posts get about half the visitors and are giving me about 10x more revenue overall. (And I started them with the same method, just using the AI to write 200-300 words and let it rest and wait for it to rank)
I haven't had much success with purely informative posts, while I do get visits to them the revenue is so negligible I'd need way too many visitors to hit 1k/month with that. I get like 150$/month from Ezoic and that's with 120-130 posts already, assuming it stayed consistent I'd need 1200-1300 posts for 1-1.5k/month from ads alone

I do suggest inserting Amazon links in informative content (the ones you rewrite to improve ranks, you can do suggestions about products when providing a solution to a problem etc)

Great to know your success, you're using a brand domain name and targetting any low competitive keywords you can find or you are going for a niche-related domain?
 

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Great to know your success, you're using a brand domain name and targetting any low competitive keywords you can find or you are going for a niche-related domain?
The domain is fresh and sort of niche related. It's not very broad. But it's not emd or pmd if that's what you mean. I'd say the domain name is niche relevant but without any keywords.
 
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