Now that the AI has researched top-performing articles, written thousands of words based on a keyword, formatted it in a readable, rank-worthy article--all without human intervention...it's time infuse the human element into your content.
Only humans can be truly creative; and with a simple framework, you can make your article not just rank well--but be incredibly shareable and tell your story.
We call it: C.R.A.F.T.
Cut the fluff.
Don’t use a big word if there is a small, simpler one. Here are 20 commonly used big words that could be replaced with smaller/simpler ones:
Utilize -> use
Ameliorate -> improve/help
Alleviate -> ease/reduce
Approximately -> about
Attempt -> try
Commence -> start
Detrimental -> damaging/harmful
Disseminate -> spread
Emphasize -> stress
Expeditiously -> quickly
Objective -> aim/goal
Proportion -> part
Reimburse -> repay/pay back
Residence -> home
Substantial -> large/great
Sufficient -> enough
Ultimately -> finally
Visualize -> see
Unoccupied -> empty
Notwithstanding -> despite/still/yet
Add statistics to the opener to create a powerful hook. Watch this video explaining how.
See the sentence in yellow below, which was added to a C@S blog during the optimization process:
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Review, edit, optimize (make sure the keywords hit green on the on-page checklist)
Watch tutorial: How to optimize post for keywords
Add images, visuals, media
Watch tutorial: How to source images
Read all facts and double-check with Google searches to make sure they’re accurate. If the content has inaccurate facts, that could mean one of two things: you're mismatching your keyword strategy, or you're a thought leader in your space! Use that to your advantage by publishing what only you know.
Trust-build with personal story, tone, links.
Watch tutorial: How to source/add outbound links
Add case studies, client stories, or a story that’s important to the founder/business where appropriate.
Check out the client’s about pages/existing blog content to pull in examples and case studies. Use your writing experience to reframe that story as new and fresh every time.
Example #1: our CTA is both a ‘story’ and an internal link:
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Example #2: a founding story is a great way we build trust with our readers at Content Hacker (full post example).
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Example 3: Product-led features are added into this blog by hand, then, the blog is listed as a reference and images are uploaded into the Content at Scale editor to be re-used again.
Example of humanly-created product-led content, taken from the blog above:
What I like is that, while Google only shows a couple of PAA questions as a default, it will suggest more with every selection you make. So I keep clicking those that make sense for my article until I find one that fits perfectly with the angle I intend to take.
Boom. There are a few here that will be great for the outline that I have already mapped out in my mind. By targeting these I know that my article is guaranteed to find readers. It only needs to rank.
These ones jump off the page:
Finally, add internal links to additional content from the same site you’re writing for (this will occur naturally if you’re following our steps for adding links to stories, case studies, product pages, etc.).
Do a final check (full review) of the piece, then make sure the API is connected to the WordPress plugin (here’s how to do that) and you’ll be able to simply sync to WordPress and publish. Voila!