At AIOSEO, we are always looking for ways to improve our product and make SEO easier for everyone. Last week we announced our brand new OpenAI integration to help you generate high-quality SEO titles and meta descriptions.
And just like that, we’ve made it even better!
We listened to your feedback and heard that you wanted to get better results at a lower cost. Today I’m happy to announce that as of AIOSEO Pro 4.3.3, we made the switch to ChatGPT for our AI Title/Description Generator.
Switching to ChatGPT will provide better results at a fraction of the cost! The new API is 10x cheaper than the original Davinci model.
With the integration of ChatGPT, we are confident that you will be able to generate SEO metadata even more efficiently and effectively than before and rank higher in search results.
So, what does this mean for you? Let’s dive in…
Easily Craft High-Quality Post Titles and Meta Descriptions
With this latest update, nothing changes for you at all. Our brand new AI Title/Description Generator still takes the labor out of crafting post titles and meta descriptions, and all with just the click of a button!
Simply click on the robot icon that’s embedded in the Post Title and Meta Description fields. The integration with OpenAI will take it the rest of the way and generate 5 high-quality suggestions based on your content.
Here’s an example where we generated suggestions for our post about adding box shadows in WordPress:
After that, just click on the plus button to add your preferred suggestion directly to the SEO meta fields.
You can always edit the suggestion afterward if you need to adjust it.
Transform Your SEO Strategy with the AI Title/Description Generator
With our new AI Title/Description Generator, generating engaging SEO post titles and meta descriptions is just a click away! This powerful tool saves you time and ensures that your metadata is optimized for search engines and users.
For those with a lot of content to update, manually updating post titles and meta descriptions on hundreds of pages can be daunting. But with our new AI Title/Description Generator, this task is accomplished effortlessly and efficiently, providing you with optimized content that has a better chance of ranking higher and generating more clicks.
Don’t miss out on this essential tool for your SEO needs. Check out our product changelog to see the other notable improvements we’ve made to many features you love.
As a reminder, our ChatGPT OpenAI integration is available in AIOSEO Pro 4.3.3. We encourage all our users to upgrade today and take advantage of this fantastic feature.
We are committed to providing our users with the best possible service, and this change is just one example of how we are continuously working to improve our product.
Thank you for choosing AIOSEO for your SEO needs. We look forward to helping you succeed in your online endeavors!
-Benjamin Rojas (President of AIOSEO).
6 comments on “Our OpenAI Integration Just Got 10x More Affordable – Now Using ChatGPT!”
This is a very cool advancement for AIOSEO. I’ve been with the plugin since it’s origins and am pleased with the advancements over the years. Great stuff from a great plugin. Look forward to testing it out in the wild!
Very cool that’s great
cool ! why the titles proposed by the AI are longer than the recommended maximum 60 characters? Is there a way to automatically block at 60 characters maximum?
Hello, Everything looks great, but they don’t give information about the additional costs for using this new functionality. This new IA functionality is not the same as in its past updates, now I see that there are costs for each use. Some answer?
I’ve been using the AI feature for a couple of weeks, Generating five titles or descriptions has been costing $0.0016 and $0.0018. OpenAI bills you at the end of each month.
Great addition, but when I try to generate a meta description on a post I get: This model’s maximum context length is 4097 tokens. However, your messages resulted in 4343 tokens. Please reduce the length of the messages. Anyone know what this is referring to?