Here is the result from Bing:
Microsoft’s Bing’s recommendation on how to write and structure a blog based on Google’s guidelines.
Bing: How to Write a Blog Post According to Google’s Latest Updates
Google’s latest Core (1) and Helpful Content (2) updates have brought significant changes to how content is ranked on search engines. These changes aim to reward high-quality, people-first content that provides value to the reader. Here’s an outline of how you can structure your blog posts according to these updates:
1. Start with Keyword Research
2. Craft a Descriptive Title
3. Write an Engaging Introduction
The introduction should hook the reader and provide a brief overview of what the blog post will cover. It’s also a good place to include your main keyword3.
4. Use Subheadings for Structure
5. Provide Original, Comprehensive Content
6. Use Images and Alt Text
7. Conclude with a Summary or Call-to-Action
End your post with a summary of the key points or a call-to-action, guiding readers on what they should do next.
8. Optimize for SEO
In addition to including keywords in your title and throughout your content, there are other SEO practices you can follow. These include using meta descriptions, optimizing URL structures, and using internal links (6).
I hope this blog post helps you understand how to structure and format your blog posts for better visibility on Google Search. If you have any more questions or need further clarification, feel free to ask! 😊
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Final conclusion V2
Congratulations on making it all the way to the end! This ended up being a very long blog post, as it contained 3 highly capable AI responses to a blog post request.
My take on the initial question is that it seems that Bard is creating blog posts that are very well structured for optimal Google Search. They are rather short, well structured, using bullet points, and provide the content it needs to be accepted.
However, without proper prompting, the Bard's response seems to be quite short. Perhaps it is a hint that you should take the short outline and use it for your own writing, instead of solely relying on AI. Note that NLP (Natural Language Processing) or LLM (Large Language Models) are subsets of Artificial Intelligence.
After all, with so much AI-generated content being produced these days (I have seen people talking about creating 500 posts in a month and publishing them automatically…) I think we will inevitably see search engines punish those who do not really add value.
David Aleksandersen is Chief Revenue Officer at Amesto Growth. He has over 20 years of experience in sales, marketing, and management, both nationally and internationally. David has a Computer Science degree from Østfold University College and is studying Digital Transformation at Oslo Met. Before joining Amesto Growth, he worked as a business advisor at MarkedsPartner, marketing manager at Dataton AB, and as CEO at Smart Simulation AS.