[Journey] Ranking A Site That Uses AI Generated Content

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this is a real shame. I speak the language of a first world country well. Not to be heavy, but why don't you recommend it? I understand that in English there are a lot more searches, but there is also a lot more competition .. I would have imagined that for an "automatic balancing of the marketing world" I shouldn't find the same difficulty in the foreign language as in the English language? Or even less, since all the guides that teach you how to do good SEO are all in English ...

I don't really have anything against any language. However, the number of monetization opportunities / advertisers for foreign language sites are far lower. Most premium ad networks may not even accept a non English site. It's also hard to find affiliate programs for many niches.

On the plus side, foreign language keywords are really easy to rank.

It's not that people aren't making a lot of money with foreign language sites but I think that an English language site is likely to make more money. I could be totally wrong of course. It's just my opinion.

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oh another idea: i have a foreign language website that is completely useless (its about making money online lol). it was my first ever website and it gets some incidental views, but nothing special and nothing that earns.
I was thinking that I could test your technique with it with random articles about good keywords that I find. I would make these articles on random topics based on which good keyword I find. If the keyword I find are not competitive at all, I could still rank even if the niche of the website is different, i guess.. (also I only have 37 pages indexed on this website so I could completely rebrand it into general purpuse with just 30 articles, and the website domain is not niche specific).
what do you think?

You should try it out. Foreign language sites are very easy to rank. Just stuff the keyword a few times and you'll rank easily.

Opinion on use the google keyword planner to check keyword traffic? that's what I've been doing (selecting keywords that show 100-1000 or 10-100 MS), however, have you ever tried using one that keyword planner shows 0 MS for and still got traffic from it?

I haven't ever tried that tbh. I'm not sure if the data is accurate for info keywords. I'll add a few articles with 100-1000 and test it.

Why are you not making any money with 18k pageviews?

This site has been making money for several months. This thread is about ranking AI content so that's what I post about. I don't have any earnings/revenue goal for this journey so the earnings aren't relevant.
 

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I don't really have anything against any language. However, the number of monetization opportunities / advertisers for foreign language sites are far lower. Most premium ad networks may not even accept a non English site. It's also hard to find affiliate programs for many niches.

On the plus side, foreign language keywords are really easy to rank.

It's not that people aren't making a lot of money with foreign language sites but I think that an English language site is likely to make more money. I could be totally wrong of course. It's just my opinion.



You should try it out. Foreign language sites are very easy to rank. Just stuff the keyword a few times and you'll rank easily.



I haven't ever tried that tbh. I'm not sure if the data is accurate for info keywords. I'll add a few articles with 100-1000 and test it.



This site has been making money for several months. This thread is about ranking AI content so that's what I post about. I don't have any earnings/revenue goal for this journey so the earnings aren't relevant.
Thanks again for the answer!
 

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also @warriorsam53 , I wanna know your opinion about this.
If instead of using ads, i want to monetize with affiliate link, I could find the keyword with your method and then use a parasite like google sites or medium to rank even higher than a new domain.
I know a lot of people on this forum love parasites, but what is your personal opinion?
 

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also @warriorsam53 , I wanna know your opinion about this.
If instead of using ads, i want to monetize with affiliate link, I could find the keyword with your method and then use a parasite like google sites or medium to rank even higher than a new domain.
I know a lot of people on this forum love parasites, but what is your personal opinion?

I don't see why that wouldn't work. I personally don't have much experience with parasites so maybe check out some other threads and take the advice of people who are using parasites successfully.

It's best to take the advice of someone who's generating significant traffic with parasites. My opinion doesn't matter because I have no experience ranking and monetizing parasites.
 

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Hey @warriorsam53 how you do determine when a keyword is worthy to go for? Wordcount, ref domains, serps of the intent etc etc. Really interested in your respone. Keep up the good work.
 

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Hey @warriorsam53 how you do determine when a keyword is worthy to go for? Wordcount, ref domains, serps of the intent etc etc. Really interested in your respone. Keep up the good work.

I look at the SERP manually and determine whether the search intent is satisfied. If you go through the thread, you'll find more info in my posts. I've covered it a few times.
 
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They got hit like hell. mvorganizing[dot]org went from 30MIL/mo to almost zero.
https://transparencyreport.google.com/copyright/domains/mvorganizing.org?hl=en&request_by_domain=size:10;domain:mvorganizing.org;p:MTpBTExfVElNRToyOm12b3JnYW5pemluZy5vcmc6MTA6MDoxMA&lu=request_by_domain

Check it out, I think this is how they got smashed
 

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I don't really have anything against any language. However, the number of monetization opportunities / advertisers for foreign language sites are far lower. Most premium ad networks may not even accept a non English site. It's also hard to find affiliate programs for many niches.

On the plus side, foreign language keywords are really easy to rank.

It's not that people aren't making a lot of money with foreign language sites but I think that an English language site is likely to make more money. I could be totally wrong of course. It's just my opinion.



You should try it out. Foreign language sites are very easy to rank. Just stuff the keyword a few times and you'll rank easily.



I haven't ever tried that tbh. I'm not sure if the data is accurate for info keywords. I'll add a few articles with 100-1000 and test it.



This site has been making money for several months. This thread is about ranking AI content so that's what I post about. I don't have any earnings/revenue goal for this journey so the earnings aren't relevant.
Income school covered a 0 key word test. Said they were getting 1ks off of some. Ever since your other post got me curious I have been doing some research.
My personal opinion from all the research I have done is, of those key words show up in the "other questions asked section" you will get some traffic from it. But I'm still in my battle plan phase so I have no personal data to speak of as of yet. Besides my site name and a 6.8k member Reddit in my niche
 

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Income school covered a 0 key word test. Said they were getting 1ks off of some. Ever since your other post got me curious I have been doing some research.
My personal opinion from all the research I have done is, of those key words show up in the "other questions asked section" you will get some traffic from it. But I'm still in my battle plan phase so I have no personal data to speak of as of yet. Besides my site name and a 6.8k member Reddit in my niche

As far as I know, the questions under the People Also Ask section are generated by google.

These aren’t actually searches people are making exactly.

But the questions probably cover several different variations of the query so you’ll likely get some traffic from multiple queries.

All the best for your site.
 

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I look at the SERP manually and determine whether the search intent is satisfied. If you go through the thread, you'll find more info in my posts. I've covered it a few times.
I feel like I'm missing something with the alphabet soup method. Everything I search for has several sites with answers or potential answers on the first page. I've only found one question that had zero competition. I don't know if I'm expecting it to be too easy or if I'm overthinking things. About how long does it take you to find a keyword?
 

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I feel like I'm missing something with the alphabet soup method. Everything I search for has several sites with answers or potential answers on the first page. I've only found one question that had zero competition. I don't know if I'm expecting it to be too easy or if I'm overthinking things. About how long does it take you to find a keyword?

May I ask how exactly you’re using alphabet soup? What type of keywords are you using? What modifiers?

Can the one no comp question you found be asked about other products/services/ things?

How long it takes me depends on the niche. I had a hard time finding keywords in the mortgage niche. I went through a few thousand keywords to find a handful. Other niches are much easier.

If you‘re okay sharing your niche, PM me and I’ll send you some ideas you can try to use with alphabet soup. I’m pretty sure you’ll find enough keywords for a site.
 

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May I ask how exactly you’re using alphabet soup? What type of keywords are you using? What modifiers?

Can the one no comp question you found be asked about other products/services/ things?

How long it takes me depends on the niche. I had a hard time finding keywords in the mortgage niche. I went through a few thousand keywords to find a handful. Other niches are much easier.

If you‘re okay sharing your niche, PM me and I’ll send you some ideas you can try to use with alphabet soup. I’m pretty sure you’ll find enough keywords for a site.
Niche is a big thing imo in the hardware niche I have a hard time too.

Questions are much easier to find but still not that easy for me to find 0 competition ones
 

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Can you recommend some niches? I am thinking of luxury watches but they get outdated after few months as new models come in the market.
 

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Can you recommend some niches? I am thinking of luxury watches but they get outdated after few months as new models come in the market.

If you can find no competition keywords for luxury watches, go for it.

I just checked to see if I can find something for luxury watches and I found an angle in less than a minute. Please don't go after this since I'm making it public here but you can use this as a start to get your own ideas.

I typed in "do Rolex" into google and saw the auto complete. The third one was "Do Rolex Watches Have Batteries". This one is super competitive and almost every result on page 1 is targeting the keyword.

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So now we use this question as a base to find other keywords that don't have competition.

So next step: "Do * watches have batteries" and place the cursor after the *.

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So check out the third one. "Do Cartier watches have batteries".

Here's the SERP:

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As you can see, it's really easy to rank for this since there's nobody targeting the keyword. The results on the page aren't really useful. Compared to the Rolex keyword, this is a joke to rank.

Tag Heuer is the same. The results are rubbish. You can use alphabet soup to find additional keywords like these.

You can use a similar process for any niche. If you're using AI, it's best to go after simple yes/no questions. It's much easier to write those with AI. Go for questions starting with "Is", "Do", "Does" etc. You'll find some good yes/no options.

I hope that helps.
 

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May I ask how exactly you’re using alphabet soup? What type of keywords are you using? What modifiers?

Can the one no comp question you found be asked about other products/services/ things?

How long it takes me depends on the niche. I had a hard time finding keywords in the mortgage niche. I went through a few thousand keywords to find a handful. Other niches are much easier.

If you‘re okay sharing your niche, PM me and I’ll send you some ideas you can try to use with alphabet soup. I’m pretty sure you’ll find enough keywords for a site.

Thank you so much for your response! The example you gave showed me that I wasn't utilizing search correctly (wasn't placing my cursor after the asterisk) and that I was being too extreme when analyzing competition. Using that example, I was able to find a good keyword after a few minutes. :)
 

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Thank you so much for your response! The example you gave showed me that I wasn't utilizing search correctly (wasn't placing my cursor after the asterisk) and that I was being too extreme when analyzing competition. Using that example, I was able to find a good keyword after a few minutes. :)

Awesome. I'm happy for you. Put the * in different places and also replace the * with all the alphabets from a-z.

About being extreme about analyzing competition, that's a good thing imo. For a new site, it's best to target no competition keywords. You'll rank easily and there's no sandbox or anything like that. It takes a bit longer but it's totally worth it. A few hours now can eventually save you months since you'll rank quickly.
 

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If you can find no competition keywords for luxury watches, go for it.

I just checked to see if I can find something for luxury watches and I found an angle in less than a minute. Please don't go after this since I'm making it public here but you can use this as a start to get your own ideas.

I typed in "do Rolex" into google and saw the auto complete. The third one was "Do Rolex Watches Have Batteries". This one is super competitive and almost every result on page 1 is targeting the keyword.



I hope that helps.
Didn't know about the * thing, thanks! Actually managed to find plenty of easy competition keywords even in some of the most saturated niches
 

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If you can find no competition keywords for luxury watches, go for it.

I just checked to see if I can find something for luxury watches and I found an angle in less than a minute. Please don't go after this since I'm making it public here but you can use this as a start to get your own ideas.

I typed in "do Rolex" into google and saw the auto complete. The third one was "Do Rolex Watches Have Batteries". This one is super competitive and almost every result on page 1 is targeting the keyword.

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So now we use this question as a base to find other keywords that don't have competition.

So next step: "Do * watches have batteries" and place the cursor after the *.

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So check out the third one. "Do Cartier watches have batteries".

Here's the SERP:

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As you can see, it's really easy to rank for this since there's nobody targeting the keyword. The results on the page aren't really useful. Compared to the Rolex keyword, this is a joke to rank.

Tag Heuer is the same. The results are rubbish. You can use alphabet soup to find additional keywords like these.

You can use a similar process for any niche. If you're using AI, it's best to go after simple yes/no questions. It's much easier to write those with AI. Go for questions starting with "Is", "Do", "Does" etc. You'll find some good yes/no options.

I hope that helps.
that's some really simple good guide right there! :)
 

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I look at the SERP manually and determine whether the search intent is satisfied. If you go through the thread, you'll find more info in my posts. I've covered it a few times.

As you spoke about search intent satisfaction, I want to expand on this:

Would you either go with keyword A or B?

A) High authority sites on the first page, but the search intent isn't satisfied.

B) User-generated content (forums, communities) on the first page, so the search intent is partially satisfied.

Do you think it's easier to rank when the search intent isn't satisfied (even with high authority sites on the first page) than competing against user-generated content?
 

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As you spoke about search intent satisfaction, I want to expand on this:

Would you either go with keyword A or B?

A) High authority sites on the first page, but the search intent isn't satisfied.

B) User-generated content (forums, communities) on the first page, so the search intent is partially satisfied.

Do you think it's easier to rank when the search intent isn't satisfied (even with high authority sites on the first page) than competing against user-generated content?
Forums are quite easy to outrank as far as i know.
About A, its kinda hard to answer and really depends on a lot of variables.
 
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