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If you’ve used ChatGPT for any period of time for tasks like creating content for SEO, you’ve likely noticed a few things:
It’s great and a major time-saver for some tasks. It’s much worse than what you already do for other tasks. To get the most out of it, you must understand how it works, be willing to refine your prompts (sometimes several times), and QA the platform’s output.
All of these things are true when using ChatGPT for keyword research. To help you navigate the process, let’s explore:
Keyword research functions ChatGPT is good at (with specific prompts). Keyword research functions ChatGPT is not good at. How to QA your keyword research output from ChatGPT.
You’ll leave this article with specific keyword research applications for ChatGPT, plus a framework for incorporating the tool into your SEO processes.
How to use ChatGPT for keyword research
An important thing to understand off the top: ChatGPT does not have access to search volume and other metrics the way keyword tools like Google Keyword Planner, Ahrefs and Semrush do.
That said, ChatGPT can be highly useful for several keyword research functions.
Keyword brainstorming and topic ideation
One downside to traditional keyword research tools is that your competitors (and often more authoritative sites than yours) are using the same tools and targeting the same keywords.
As you build out a list of topics and keyword targets, the right ChatGPT prompts can help you find largely untapped pockets of keywords.
Read more here: https://searchengineland.com/keyword-research-chatgpt-prompts-393741