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Experimenting AI With OpenAI's GPT-3 for SEO Performance

Published Sun, Apr 24 2022 14:03 pm
by The Silicon Trend

 

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Experimenting AI With OpenAI's GPT-3 for SEO Performance

In a few years, AI has made drastic progress, with a novel possibility of performing specific tasks like generating sound, text, and images. But what if the AI is pushed further to perform SEO? Can AI do it? Let's find out. SEO has been developed alongside search engine progression, and everything is well documented in interviews, blogs, and books. And AI will likely learn from all the available SEO content. To test whether AI can perform SEO, it has experimented with OpenAI's GPT-3.

 

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The Consistency to Continue an SEO Topic

The test targets the AI understanding of an SEO scenario and its potential to coherently treat the topic consistently. The first test will take examples talking about SEO horror stories and check how the AI performs. The test analysis came positive, i.e., the texts generated are coherent and unique. Hence, AI understands that it had to imitate a short text about SEO and add #seohorrorstories each time.

 

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The Significance of SEO Modifications

The first experiment will ask the AI to replace a link anchor with something marketable to pinpoint a product better. The test analysis was successful. The solution works irrespective of the number of links. The second text is of completing two simultaneous tasks, i.e., asking the AI to change the link anchor but adding the H1 tag with a title to the document's beginning. Once again, the test is booming, and you can apply the results to several documents.

In conclusion, GPT-3 is good at contextually editing text when offered the correct instructions. This represents a tremendous time-saving approach in terms of large-scale modifications.

 

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