How ChatGPT Helps you in Content Research –  Learn How to Do it

ChatGPT became a household name in every industry. Especially those who work with digital content, marketing materials, etc. Even software programmers also use the tool to get accurate and faster results. Digital marketers, especially content writers, can use ChatGPT for multiple purposes. However, a recent study confirmed that ChatGPT cannot replace human content, especially the creativity part, and Google won’t accept AI content for ranking. Therefore, the demand for content writers resumes, and writers come back to their own tracks. 

Despite Google’s AI content restrictions, content writers can use ChatGPT to enhance the quality of writing and even reduce the time consumption to create standard and quality content. 

How? Please read the blog, as I will show you how you can write quality content using ChatGPT. 

How to Use ChatGPT During Your Content Creation?

If you write ChatGPT content and publish it on your site, Google crawling will affect you. The reasons behind the negative impact include similar words, monotonous sentences, and the lack of human creativity and emotion. 

Instead of using ChatGPT in writing, you can use the tool to create the structure of the content. The tool is faster in providing industry-relevant information, which you can use in your writeups. 

Precisely, you can ask ChatGPT that it is my title of the topic; please provide a standard structure for this blog. Let me show you an example: 

Suppose I want to write to 10 video editor tools in my blog. Here is the prompt example: 

The tool provides you with a catchy title like this:

Next it will show you the structure that helps you in drafting the rest part of the article. Here it is:

After getting the structure, you can narrow down your research by asking to provide the top 10 video editor tools. I asked the same and got this reply from ChatGPT:

Like way another 5 names the tool mentions along with their website links. This way you can avail of its assistance before start drafting your blog content. 

Remember: I show you a simple example. ChatGPT can provide complex blog topic titles that simplify the structure.

Things You Can Use in Your Content Using ChatGPT 

Unlike before the OpenAI era, websites and organizations again started accepting human-written content. While you start drafting, you need a structure, genuine information, and keyword distribution that make the content a standard article that covers all the necessary aspects. Note down which things you can accept from ChatGPT to draft a blog article: 

  • General information 
  • Blog structure 
  • The additional information you want to generate for your readers 
  • Even you can check whether the content would pass EEAT ( Experience, Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness)
  • Draft your email with the proper subject line and body 
  • Take ideas to tweak sentences while retaining the meaning (make sure you only take the idea; don’t copy-paste the tweak sentence in your write-up)
  • You can ask Meta description using specific keywords ( try to write the meta by yourself; only idea you can generate)

A Few Examples of ChatGPT Prompts for Research

The essential part of drafting quality and standard content is its research part. It’s time-consuming as I emphasize detailing and try every possible way to get genuine information. Here, ChatGPT can narrow down your research time. The tool can provide you required information quickly. 

Below are examples of how you can use the tool for research purposes: 

  • Topic about current technology
  • About banking and finance 
  • About cryptocurrency 
  • Business ideas 
  • User behavior 
  • User experience 
  • Business strategy 
  • Project management

These are a few examples that the tool can cover. However, there are mutiple topics that ChatGPT can help you in research by proving the latest information.

Things You Should Avoid Using in Your Content

While you use ChatGPT, you need to be cautious and don’t take everything it displays over your prompt. There is a list of things you must not take from the tool to avoid negative impact: 

  • Don’t copy-paste the content the tool generates
  • Don’t rely on statistical data 
  • Don’t use words like landscape, navigate, discover, or explore type of words as these are common words of ChatGPT 
  • Don’t use country-specific information as the latest news may differ; always cross-check
  • Software configuration or new tool usage manual guidance may differ, don’t use the content, better use product content with your own word
  • Don’t use grammar or plagiarism on ChatGPT – for grammar correction, tweak the paragraphs that will show machine-generated content. For plagiarism, there are other tools available 
  • Always mention the content intent, tone of the content, and the audience of the content  


ChatGPT can reduce your prolonged research hours and make them short and to the point. It’s a tool with all its pros and cons. We need to use its plus side to create content. You will get recent data and a proper structure of the content. Now it’s your up to your skill how you can add your creativity to your piece of creation.  

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