Many people are using ChatGPT for many different things including writing content (which I don’t do). Here are all the ways you can use ChatGPT to help with your content creation (11 things). In this blog post we’re going to go over how you can create a whole blog plan using ChatGPT in just a couple of minutes.
The Steps In The Post Will Include:
- Picking a Niche
- Creating Categories For This Niche
- Creating Seed Keywords For Each Category
- Creating Long Tail Keywords For Those Seed Keywords
- Creating Outlines For Those Long Tail Keywords
- Writing Blog The Posts (This is Where Your Expertise Comes In)
Pick a Niche
ChatGPT shouldn’t have to help you with this. Whatever niche you decide to choose should be one you’re prepared to write about for a long time. The more you know about the topic the better. This is because Google guidelines are getting increasingly strict and it’s very easy to get penalized if you’re writing on a topic you don’t know much about. When I start blogs I always choose topics that I have an interest and expertise in so that I can write about them for a long time.
If you want some ideas, introduce yourself to ChatGPT with a complete history about your life, and ask ChatGPT to compile a list of niches that may be good for you based on that.
For the sake of this blog post, we’re going to choose the topic of “parenting”.
Creating Categories For This Niche
ChatGPT is great at producing categories. All you have to do is enter in the prompt, “give me categories for the parenting niche”. This is what we’ve come up with using ChatGPT:
This is the list of categories that ChatGPT has given me for my parenting blog. It even comes with a description of what each category is about and should include.
Creating Seed Keywords For Each Strategy
The next step is creating seed keywords for each category. We’re going to take the working parents category and come up with some seed keywords for that category. Seed keywords are one or two words that relate to the blog topic.
Now it’s time to enter in the prompt, “create a list of seed keywords for the working parents category. Here are a few of the seed keywords it gave us.
- Work-life balance
- Flexible work arrangements
- Parenting and career
- Working from home with kids
- Childcare options
Now that we have seed keywords for each category in our parenting blog, we can move on to creating long tail keywords for those seed keywords.
Creating Long Tail Keywords For Those Seed Keywords
Now that we have our seed keywords (you should do that part manually yourself or look up some long tail keywords in Google Keyword Planner), we can start creating the long tail keywords for each of them. ChatGPT is great at doing this too, though you may have to tweak it a little bit before it spits out the perfect list.
For our working from home with kids category ChatGPT gave us the following:
Prompt: Give Me 10 long-tail keywords for Working from home with kids
As you could see we got 10 decent keywords to work with. You don’t have to stop at 10 either. You can command the service to do 20.
If we get 20 keywords to start for each of those seed keywords, you’ll have 120 blog post ideas for one category alone.
If you do that for every category, you’ll have over 1,000 blog post ideas (and that’s just scratching the surface).
Let’s repeat the process of another category to ensure you know exactly how it works.
We’re going to use the “pregnancy and child birth” category. We’re going to use the same process of creating seed keywords, long tail keywords and blog post outlines.
Here are some seed keywords for pregnancy and child birth. Now we’re going to create some long term keywords for one of them. The one we’ll choose is pospartum care.
Here are the keywords that ChatGPT came up with for our postpartum care category. A lot of these keywords have good competition and these aren’t the only types of keywords you want to write for, other wise you won’t get much traffic.
What you want to do is create a list of underserved keywords to write alongside of these. The way I do this is by using Keyword Chef, which gives you keywords that aren’t touched on in depth. This allows your site to begin getting traffic off the bat.
Creating Blog Post Outlines For Those Long tail Keywords
Next up, is creating outlines for those long-tail keywords. It’s important to first brain storm the topic yourself, and come up with necessary things that should be in there. Then after you’ve done that, it’s time to use Chat GPT to create a rough outline for you.
To do this, we’re going to enter in the prompt: “create blog post outline for What Is Postpartum Care?”. Here’s the results:
As you can see it came up with a great outline that can easily become a great blog post.
Writing The Blog Posts (This Is Where Your Expertise Comes In)
Since you chose a niche you are knowledgeable about for the sake of gaining topical authority in Google, it’s not time to put your expertise to use. You can ask ChatGPT for help for certain things while writing blog posts, but you want to make sure that you write it yourself in the most human way possible.
You want to dive into your experience with the topic and how you are qualified to give advice on the topic.
If it happens to be a topic within your niche that you know about, but are unsure about writing it, you can also get a blog post written by another expert that is more qualified than you are on the topic. This can help you get traffic and establish yourself as a credible expert in your field.
I hope this guide for creating a full blogging business with the help of ChatGPT was helpful. Don’t forget to also learn about different keyword acquisition methods, this way you’re not completely reliant on ChatGPT.
Last but not least, it’s important to remember that consistency is the most important aspect of becoming a successful blogger.