A Step-by-Step Guide
Hey, what is going on, guys and girls? In today’s blogspot I’ll be showing you how to leverage AI to write and optimize a blog post to increase the likelihood of ranking on the first page of Google for any specific keyword. To do this, I’ll be utilizing GPT-4 on ChatGPT and New Androider. I’ll show you how you can write SEO-optimized content using GPT-4 and then perform some optimization on New Androider to improve your chances of ranking. So let’s get started!
Step 1: Enter the Search Query on New Androider
To begin, we need to enter our search query, which is “how to write a cover letter for students,” on New Androider. Simply click on the new query button, include the topic you want to rank for, and click Start. I’ve already done this for our example, as we’ll be writing a blog post on how to write a cover letter for students.
Step 2: Include Specific Search Queries and Terms
When writing an optimized SEO blog post, it’s crucial to include specific search queries and terms related to your topic. This improves your on-page SEO, helping Google understand what your content is about. For our blog post on how to write a cover letter for students, we’ll include keywords such as cover letter, student cover, college student, sweet student cover letters, cover letter examples, and more. We’ll also include specific terms in the articles, such as write a cover letter, college student cover letter examples, cover letter templates, etc.
Step 3: Build the Blog Post Outline
Next, we’ll build the blog post outline using New Androider. We’ll start with H1s (main headings) and then move on to H2s and H3s. We can refer to our competitors’ articles and include the most important headings they used. It’s also helpful to include questions as H2s if you want to add a FAQ section at the end of your article.
Step 4: Prime GPT-4 with the Outline
Once we have the outline, we’ll prime ChatGPT (GPT-4) by providing it with the outline we generated using New Androider. We’ll ask the AI to create a unique and engaging blog post outline based on this content.
Step 5: Generate Content with GPT-4
Now, we’ll generate the content for our blog post using GPT-4. We’ll ask it to write a 1500-word article in markdown format about how to write a cover letter for students. We’ll also instruct it to include the keywords we extracted earlier within the article. After submitting the request, GPT-4 will start generating the content.
Step 6: Convert Markdown to HTML
Once we receive the generated content, we’ll convert it from markdown to HTML format using a free markdown to HTML converter. This will give us a well-formatted blog post ready for further optimization.
Step 7: Analyze the Content Optimization
At this point, we can analyze the content optimization using tools like New Androider. It provides a score indicating how well the content is optimized. Without any additional optimization, our content already scores around 47, which is a good starting point.
Step 8: Further Optimization and Publishing
To achieve a higher optimization score, we can add more words and include relevant images in the blog post. However, it’s important not to over-optimize and remember that content resonance and traffic are also crucial factors. Once you’re satisfied with the optimization level, you can publish the blog post.