In an effort to raise the calibre and reliability of the information available on the internet, Google has said it will no longer permit websites to use AI-generated text, sometimes referred to as “spinning.” This decision was made back in April 2021.
All websites using AI-generated text, including those using it for SEO purposes, will be subject to it.
Even though there are many reasons for Google’s decision, there are ways to employ an AI text generator and still produce more human-like language.
Here is one way to reach that end:
Firstly, create the text you wish to utilise in a tool like Chat GPT.
Next, check for AI produced, (false), content using a programme like AI Detector, which will typically flag most of the text.
Next is where a tool like Quillbot becomes useful.
Quillbot does it’s thing, revising the text… (well, it really just uses replacement synonyms but works well).
Even in its raw revised form, the content typically performs well when being checked again for AI generated (fake) material. Of course, it’s always a good idea to adjust the wording to suit the way you speak.
So why does Google not accept text written by AI?
Here are two reasons.
First, to prevent the spread of potentially false information and/or poor quality content, which is a potential issue with text produced by AI. This kind of material, produced by software that rearranges existing words or phrases to generate new content, may include information that is false or deceptive.
The limitation was also implemented to enhance the online user experience. AI-generated language is sometimes difficult to understand and may not be entirely useful to the reader, and Google wants to ensure that users can access dependable and accurate information.
Due to this change, website owners will need to find different methods to optimise content for search engines. This could involve producing unique, high-quality writing that speaks to their audience or utilising other SEO techniques like keyword research and link development.
Generally, it’s been claimed that Google’s decision to ban AI-generated text is a step in the right direction towards raising the calibre and reliability of the information that is easily accessible via the internet. It will need more work from website owners to produce unique, converting content, but the end result will be a better user experience for everyone.
To your continued success,