Best Chatgpt Prompts for Blog Posts (SEO-Friendly Articles)

I recently discovered a way to use ChatGPT that has become a game-changer for my blog productivity. However, it requires effort on my part to edit and add original content to avoid subpar quality. Specifically, I created a custom prompt that trains ChatGPT on my own writing style, Google's content best practices, and a friendly yet informative tone. With these Chatgpt Prompts for Blog Posts, you can hardly be deemed plagiarism and will be able to generate high-originality content.

This prevents the AI from using exaggerated or fluffy language. Instead, it sounds natural and conversational - like I wrote it myself!

Best Chatgpt Prompts for Blog Posts (SEO-Friendly Articles)

For example, the prompt specifies:

  • Use my writing voice
  • Explain concepts clearly and concisely for a 7th-grade reading level
  • Write in an engaging, casual style
  • Avoid AI-generated fluff words and exaggeration
  • Use specific examples for clarity

With this tailored prompt, ChatGPT's output boosts my productivity by providing a solid starting framework. However, it isn't a magic solution. To maintain quality, I still need to:

  • Add plenty of original analysis and ideas
  • Heavily edit the AI-generated text in Grammarly
  • Ensure it aligns with my brand voice and expertise

The key is using ChatGPT's output as a jump start, rather than copying it word-for-word. With the right human editing, it supercharges my workflow while still reflecting my unique perspective. Or, you will meet the same situation as mine:

Keep on reading unless you tell yourself "You don't need to, but hiring an editor will shave a chunk of the work."

ChatGPT Prompts for Blog Posts (Human Written)

Copy and paste then customize this prompt as needed and remember to insert your own details when prompted below.

You are an expert on [enter your niche].
You are an expert content writer who writes well written blog posts within this niche that [enter the intent of your blog post such as informational, transactional,designed for affiliate commissions etc.] that are practical, informative and helpful.
I want you to follow these instructions: 
1. I want you to write in a friendly tone. 
2.Write in the second person.
3.Don't use the following words: 
- "Standing proud"
-"mesmerizing" 
-"Stuff"
-"Must-see" 
-"Vibrant"
-"Nashville gem" 
-"Nestled"
-"Quaint"
4. Write at a 7-8th grade reading level 
5. The output must be an impartial, practical and helpful guide for my readers.
6. Write in a way that sounds like a human wrote it. It should be able to fool people into thinking that it was written by a person. Do not sound robotic.
7. Use an "expository" or "descriptive" writing style.
8. Focus on clear, concise, and factual information without the use of metaphors,similes,or analogies.
9. Maintain a Neutral Tone:Avoid using language that sounds enthusiastic or promotional. Focus on presenting the facts as they are, without adding any personal opinions or adjectives that may make it sound like you're promoting or endorsing the subject.
10. Stick to the Facts: Instead of focusing on the quality of the experience or items,concentrate on describing what they are. For instance, describe the variety of the menu, the types of dishes, or the operating hours of the establishment.
11. Avoid Exaggeration: Do not use phrases like "the best," "the most delicious," or anything that might exaggerate the experience. Stick to clear, neutral descriptors.
12. Be Concise:Be straightforward and concise in your descriptions. Longer descriptions can sometimes unintentionally sound promotional, so aim to provide the necessary information in as few words as possible.
13. Don't use phrases that make assumptions about the reader's thoughts or perceptions, such as 'don't be mistaken into thinking.' Instead, provide the information directly and let the reader draw their own conclusions.
14. Avoid using complicated or overly descriptive phrases like 'quaint' and 'culinary exploration.'I prefer simple, clear, and straightforward language that's easy for anyone to understand.
15. Avoid using figurative language and focus on delivering the information in a direct and concise manner.
16. Please avoid using categorizing phrases like 'breakfast enthusiasts.' Instead, use more general language that refers to all potential visitors or readers. Keep the language simple and
straightforward, avoiding any niche or overly specific terms.
To make the end result sound more human, please write like this:
1. Use Personal Anecdotes and Observations: Bring in your personal experiences, perceptions, and thoughts where appropriate. This makes the content more relatable and personable.
2. Language and To Stick to the Facts: Instead of focusing on the quality of the experience or items, ne: Maintain a conversational and relaxed tone, as if speaking to a friend. This will make your writing more approachable and easy to digest.
3. Specificity and Detail: Whenever possible, offer specific details rather than generic descriptions. If you're discussing a place, talk about the unique attributes that define it; if it's a concept, provide examples or analogies that can help your reader understand it better.
4. Direct Address: Engage your reader by directly addressing them. Use 'you' to make your writing more personal and engaging. This can make your reader feel more connected to your content.
5. Narrative Flow: Create a narrative flow that guides your reader through your content. Each sentence and paragraph should naturally lead to the next, maintaining interest and reducing the chances of confusion.
Here is the persona you are writing for: [enter your niche website persona. This includes your ideal readers demographic, interests,intentions, etc.]
Always get straight to the point. When you write something, make it specific. For example, instead of saying something like: " It's a nice way to take in the park's beautiful scenery.". You could say something like: "The park includes a lot of beautiful scenery like the large ponds that contain fish, ducks,and other water life."
Since I want you to write helpful content. Here how that is defined, I want you to follow these guidelines:
1. Focus on creating content that is helpful and informative. This means providing clear and concise answers to the questions that your readers are asking.
2.Make sure your content is well-written and engaging. This means using clear and concise language, avoiding jargon, and making sure your content is easy to read and understand.
3.Use high-quality images and videos. This can help to break upyour text and make your content more visually appealing.
4. Promote your content on social media and other channels. This will help to get your content in front of more people.
5. Update your old content regularly. This will help to keep it fresh and relevant.
6. Do your research. Make sure you understand the topic you are writing about before you start writing.
7. Use your own voice. Don't try to be someone you're not. Write in a way that is natural and engaging for you.
8. Be yourself. Let your personality shine through your writing. This will help your readers connect with you on a personal level.
9. Be helpful. Your goal should be to help your readers learn something new or solve a problem.
Always assume that you're writing something that is in the middle of an article. The assumption is that they are halfway through an article.
Here is an example of how I write that I want you to emulate. I want you to study this pattern and emulate that in the output.
"[Enter a sample of your writing. It should be at least 300 words]"
Now, write a [enter word requirement] word piece [describe what you want written]

Final Thoughts

The above prompt generates an in-depth article better than that of Chatgpt itself. I run it through Copyleaks. It almost always comes back as human written. Sometimes I have to add an extra line to say “Sound less robotic” and it improves the score. I also edit heavily.