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FAQ: What are the most visited pages on this website and how many visits do they get?

Several years ago, I wrote an article on how to write different types of magic uses, or rather how I personally write various types of magic users within the context of my Quaraun books. Today that page is one of my top ten most visited articles. It gets 50 to 500 views/reads/hits/visits per day depending on the time of the years and has had over 200k visits total since it was published.

Amphibious Aliens: Debunking The Atwater Family's Alien Abduction Hoax with more then 30MILLION reads since 2007 and The GoldenEagle: Debunking Stephen King's World's Most Haunted Car Hoax with over tenMILLION reads since 2007 still rank as the two most visited articles on my website, but, neither of those are writing related.

Writing Medieval Servants is my most visited writing related article with over 7MILLION reads.

This website was started in 1996 and has 1 to 3 new articles (all written by me, I am the only writer on this site) published almost daily. In 2017 we crossed ten thousand articles published. As of 2023, EACH article gets MINIMUM 10 to 70 reads PER DAY, with the high traffic articles getting 500+ reads per day.

And since December 2019, my website now gets three hundred thousand to 7 million reads per month - well over ONE HUNDRED MILLION PAGE READS PER YEAR, making it not only the single most trafficked site in the State of Maine, but also one of the most visited websites in ALL OF NEW ENGLAND!

{{{HUGS}}} Thank you to all my readers for making this possible!

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Asking ChatGPT for help with the new Google Core Update Breadcrumb Requirements, for use on my author website

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Asking ChatGPT for help with the new Google Core Update Breadcrumb Requirements, for use on my author website

Asking ChatGPT for help with the new Google Core Update Breadcrumb Requirements, for use on my author website...

If you ever read my post "2-3 Posts a Day Is Crazy? | EelKat on Content Marketing", then you know exactly how huge this website is, WHY I get 300k to 7million page views per month, and WHY this website is not only the oldest, but also the largest and most trafficked website in the state of Maine. And you also know that, this site started out as a 2nd teir set of pages on a free hosted website in 1996, got divided up into 200+ mini free hosted sites in 2003, consolidated and migrated to WprdPress (still on a 2nd tier domain) in 2007, in 2007 I partnered with Seth Godin and was one of the coders/moderators/and content writers of Squidoo where I built 2,000 more pages just for Squidoo between 2007 and 2013, then when Squidoo went out of business, I moved all 2,000+ pages to my WordPress site immediately crashing WordPress's server, was then told by WordPress that my site was too many pages for their servers to handle as they had a 5,000 page limit to sites they could host, so, in 2013 Space Dock13 took everything from ALL of those places and migrated all of it into a single website 10k+ page hosted by SB!, where it still is to this day, now a decade later on SBI, and 28 years later on the internet in general.

And while there are well over ten thousand pages here, there is no site index, no breadcrumb tier list, and no easy way for readers to actually find any of the pages they are looking for due to the site move happened September 23, 2013 and my son was murdered November 14, 2013 only a few days later, so the only pages that got indexed were the ones indexed between September 23, 2013 and November 14, 2013, meaning more then 8k pages on this site are not listed in the site index at all.

And it is now August 6, 2023 and Google just did it's 2nd major core update of the year, which, hasn't had an effect on my site, as usual, my site is never hit by/loses rank from these Google core updates, because I don't use "black hat" SEO practices, I've never done any SEO at all.

As you have seen me say in dozens of articles every year since 1996, my method to SEO is the same as my method to fiction writing: Write-Edit-Publish-Repeat.

I write about things I know.

I edit to make it easy for readers to read.

I publish so readers can read it.

And I start over and do it again.

I do not have email, so I can't send emails, meaning I also have no newsletter, no email list, and I have never bought ads, never requested backlinks, I don't even know how to find out who if anyone even links to my site and I have no interest in finding out either, so the whole buying ads and getting backlink things SOE gurus talk about are clueless issue on me, as I don't do them and don't know how to do them.

I do NONE of the things SEO gurus recommend you do to get SEO rankings, and yet: my website ranks #1 on page 1 of Google for MORE THEN 17,000 KEYWORDS.


This website you are reading right now, ranks #1 on page 1 of Google for MORE THAN SEVENTEEN THOUSAND KEYWORDS.

And that's JUST the #1 on page 1 of Google keywords...

...Most every page ranks for 300 to 700 keywords PER PAGE...averaging 25 to 100 keywords that land on page 1 of Google and 100 to 400 keywords that land on page 2, 3, 4, and 5 of Google... AND... nearly every page on my website ranks for 500 to 1,000 keywords PER PAGE ranked lower than the top 5 pages.

...and does so without me doing one single solitary SEO practice.


By doing what I am doing right now: talking to you dear reader... telling you my thoughts, giving you my opinions, and not giving a rats ass about what keywords I should use, what links I should link to, or what SEO I should strive for.

I write VERY long form content. Most pages are between 5k to 17k words long, with dozens of pages that are 40k to 75k words long, yes single pages on my website are often longer then most novels.

And Google loves it.

Google loves that I provide readers with lots of content.

Google loves that I do not care about keywords.

Google loves that I do NOT have a newsletter or email list.

Google loves that I DO NOT buy ads.

Google loves that I do NOT buy traffic.

Google loves that I do NOT seek out backlinks.

I do exactly what Google wants websites to do: write interesting articles that interested readers actually want to read.

But, I've never gotten around to indexing my pages and in spite of all the ranking love I get from Google, it frustrates me that I have no easy way to sort through all my pages... worse, it frustrates me that my readers have to rely on Google to randomly send them to a page, because readers can not scroll through a list on my site to find the page they want.

And that brings us to what I am doing today.

Google just did yet another big core update, and will it has not had a negative impact, it did get me thinking about my site's lack of an index, as Google stated in their blog post about the core update, that they will be rewarding rankings for sites with breadcrumbs.

Breadcrumbs, if you don't know, are those little links at tops of pages that look like this:

Home > Topic > Article Title.

Sme pages on my site have breadcrumbs.

Most pages on my site do not.

In order to implement breadcrumbs, I first need to create an index page for each topic of my website. I haven't done that yet, that is why there are no breadcrumbs yet.

I don't even know how many topics my site has.

I do know my site has at LEAST 17,000 topics, because it has 17k keywords which rank #1 on page 1 of Google, which is why I mentioned how many keyword it ranks for; because I just went and looked it up to find out, so that I could use those keywords to create breadcrumb pages.

Uhm... yeah... no.... I am NOT going to create seventeen thousand new index pages for my site.

Soooo... need to come up with a different plan.

Then I thought, let's ask ChatGPT for help and see what it has to say... so, let's do that.

The Prompt I Engeneeried For ChatGPT/My Question To ChatGPT: 

Google did a big core update to their algorithm and have changed some of the recommended "best practices" for SEO ranking techniques. One of the changes this week involves the use of "breadcrumbs" JSON meta codes in the articles. They implemented breadcrumbs as a recommended practice a few years ago and I started to add breadcrumbs to my site, but never finished it, due to my website is so huge, I just did not have time to go back and edit all the old pages. And, I guess that's a good thing because now Google's new core update is saying to do it differently then they had stated a few years ago. I know how to write the SCHEMA JSON-L codes and don't need your help with that right now, but might have you help me with those later. Right now, I'm trying to figure out what are the best "breadcrumb tags" to use for my site. It's an author website, started in 1996 and I add 2 or 3 or more articles and blog posts daily, and as it is almost thirty years old, it now has well over ten thousand pages, articles, and blog posts, on the topics of writing novels, writing short stories, writing novellas, self publishing, marketing books, general author life updates, character creation, world building, and other similar topics. In order to create a proper breadcrumb system for my site index, under the new rules of Google's core update this week, I now need to create a "breadcrumb page index" for each topic of my site and link the on topic pages back to that breadcrumb page, then make a new site index that lists the breadcrumb pages by topic, so Google's robots can crawl the breadcrumb "topic pages" to find the linked to tier 2 and tier 3 pages.

So, here's what I want you to do. I need a list of possible topic pages for my website. Can you give me a list of 52 "topic titles", each 1 to 5 words long, that will likely be the best topics to match my site, for me to index my pages into?

ChatGPT's Answer:

Sure, here's a list of 52 possible topic titles for your website's breadcrumb pages, each 1 to 5 words long:

1. Writing Novels
2. Short Story Tips
3. Novella Writing
4. Self-Publishing
5. Book Marketing
6. Author Updates
7. Character Creation
8. World Building
9. Writing Techniques
10. Plot Development
11. Genre Exploration
12. Story Arcs
13. Editing Tips
14. Publishing Process
15. Author Interviews
16. Book Reviews
17. Writing Prompts
18. Writing Inspiration
19. Author Productivity
20. Self-Editing
21. Writing Tools
22. Story Structure
23. Book Formatting
24. Author Branding
25. Cover Design
26. Author Websites
27. Book Launches
28. Author Social Media
29. Book Distribution
30. Building Readership
31. Writing Collaborations
32. Writer's Block
33. Writing Retreats
34. Book Signings
35. Ebook Publishing
36. Author Networking
37. Book Pricing
38. Writing Contests
39. Book Awards
40. Author Mindset
41. Writing Communities
42. Author Income
43. Book Trailers
44. Literary Agents
45. Character Development
46. Worldbuilding Techniques
47. Storytelling Tips
48. Manuscript Submission
49. Plot Twists
50. Writing Craft Books
51. Author Education
52. Writing Career Strategies

You can use these topics as the basis for creating your breadcrumb page index and linking relevant on-topic pages back to the corresponding breadcrumb pages. Remember to structure the breadcrumb pages with relevant information and links to related pages in each category. Good luck with your website's updates!

The Prompt I Engeneeried For ChatGPT/My Question To ChatGPT: 

Thank you! This is very helpful.

You know what? As my site is so huge, I may need a hundred or more topic pages. Can you give me another list like this one, this time focus on various topic related to the Fantasy genre.

ChatGPT's Answer:

Of course! Here's a list of 52 possible topic titles related to the Fantasy genre for your website's breadcrumb pages:

1. High Fantasy Worldbuilding
2. Epic Quests
3. Magic Systems
4. Mythical Creatures
5. Hero's Journey
6. Sword and Sorcery
7. Fantasy Maps
8. Fantasy Character Archetypes
9. Magical Artifacts
10. Fantasy Races
11. Fantasy Writing Prompts
12. Urban Fantasy
13. Portal Fantasy
14. Steampunk Fantasy
15. Dark Fantasy
16. Fairytale Retellings
17. Enchanting Lands
18. Dragons and Wyverns
19. Legendary Heroes
20. Heroines of Fantasy
21. Mythical Gods and Goddesses
22. Ancient Prophecies
23. Wizard Schools
24. Time Travel in Fantasy
25. Magical Realms
26. Quest for the Chosen One
27. Epic Battles
28. Divine Beings
29. Fantasy Creatures' Ecology
30. Alchemy and Potions
31. Quest for Immortality
32. Elemental Magic
33. Dragonslaying Adventures
34. Heroic Steeds
35. Quest for Lost Artifacts
36. Fantasy Kingdoms
37. Curses and Cursed Objects
38. Quest for the Throne
39. Sorcerers and Sorceresses
40. Chosen Ones in Fantasy
41. Legendary Swords
42. Quest for Balance
43. Quest for Redemption
44. Fantasy Inns and Taverns
45. Magical Forests
46. Relics of Power
47. Dark Lords and Villains
48. Tales of Enchantment
49. Ancient Tomes and Spells
50. Magical Creatures' Conservation
51. Fantasy Music and Songs
52. Quest for Identity

Feel free to use these topic titles as a starting point for your Fantasy genre-related breadcrumb pages. Remember to tailor the content on each page to cover relevant sub-topics and link back to the related pages on your website. Happy organizing!

The Prompt I Engeneeried For ChatGPT/My Question To ChatGPT: 

Thank you! This is very helpful.

Can you give me another list like this one, this time focus on various topics related to self-publishing?

ChatGPT's Answer:

Certainly! Here's a list of 52 possible topic titles related to self-publishing for your website's breadcrumb pages:

1. Self-Publishing Basics
2. Ebook Formatting
3. Print-On-Demand
4. Cover Design Tips
5. Book Distribution
6. Publishing Platforms
7. Marketing Strategies
8. Author Branding
9. Building a Fanbase
10. Social Media Promotion
11. Author Websites
12. Email Marketing
13. Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP)
14. Book Pricing Strategies
15. Book Launch Planning
16. Author Networking
17. Authorpreneurship
18. Crafting Book Blurbs
19. Writing Compelling Titles
20. Book Reviews and Testimonials
21. Preparing Manuscripts for Publishing
22. Book Metadata Optimization
23. Author Central Profiles
24. eBook Conversion Tools
25. Copyright and Legal Matters
26. Self-Publishing Budgeting
27. Formatting for Print
28. ISBNs and Barcodes
29. Publishing Contracts
30. Collaborative Publishing
31. Audio Book Production
32. Global Publishing
33. Targeting Niche Markets
34. Crafting Effective Book Descriptions
35. Blogging for Authors
36. Book Signing Events
37. Library Outreach
38. Virtual Book Tours
39. Cross-Promotion Strategies
40. Author Interviews and Podcasts
41. Author Conferences and Workshops
42. eBook Pricing Strategies
43. Creating Author Merchandise
44. Reader Engagement Tactics
45. Reader Reviews and Feedback
46. Book Cover Rebranding
47. Choosing Pen Names
48. Translating Books for International Markets
49. Self-Publishing Success Stories
50. Dealing with Negative Feedback
51. Analytics and Data Tracking
52. Adapting to Publishing Trends

Feel free to adapt and expand upon these topic titles to create comprehensive breadcrumb pages related to self-publishing. These pages can serve as valuable resources for authors looking to navigate the world of self-publishing successfully.

The Prompt I Engeneeried For ChatGPT/My Question To ChatGPT: 

Thank you! This is very helpful.

Can you give me another list like this one, this time focus on various topics related to writing and how to write short stories and novellas.

ChatGPT's Answer:

Certainly! Here's a list of 52 possible topic titles related to writing short stories and novellas for your website's breadcrumb pages:

1. Short Story Basics
2. Novella Writing Techniques
3. Crafting Memorable Characters
4. Plotting Short Fiction
5. Developing Compelling Premises
6. Creating Strong Beginnings
7. Effective Dialogue Writing
8. Character Arcs in Short Works
9. Building Tension and Conflict
10. Pacing in Short Narratives
11. Flash Fiction Tips
12. Writing Emotionally Resonant Scenes
13. Twist Endings
14. Exploring Themes in Short Form
15. Novella Plot Structures
16. Writing Subtext in Short Stories
17. Point of View Choices
18. Exploring Settings in Limited Space
19. Balancing Action and Reflection
20. Concise Descriptive Language
21. Symbolism in Short Works
22. Voice and Tone in Novellas
23. Creating Compelling Hooks
24. Character Relationships in Short Fiction
25. Resolving Conflicts in Limited Pages
26. Experimenting with Form and Style
27. Writing Effective Flashbacks
28. Using Foreshadowing
29. Writing Compelling Endings
30. Emotional Impact in Novellas
31. Microfiction Techniques
32. Economy of Words
33. Writing Brevity with Depth
34. Novella Themes and Motifs
35. Subtle Characterization in Short Works
36. Embracing Constraints for Creativity
37. Intertextuality in Short Fiction
38. Time Manipulation in Novellas
39. Dual Timelines in Short Stories
40. Crafting Suspense in Limited Space
41. Creating Relatable Protagonists
42. Expanding Concepts for Novellas
43. Writing Dynamic Conflicts
44. Vivid Imagery in Short Works
45. Juggling Multiple Plot Threads
46. Symbolic Resonance in Novellas
47. Using Repetition for Impact
48. Psychological Realism in Short Stories
49. Emotionally Satisfying Endings
50. Exploring Ethical Dilemmas
51. Novella Character Journeys
52. Fusing Genre Elements in Short Works

These topic titles can provide a comprehensive guide for writers looking to enhance their skills in crafting impactful short stories and novellas. Customize the content on each breadcrumb page to cover various aspects of writing in these formats.

The Prompt I Engeneeried For ChatGPT/My Question To ChatGPT: 

Thank you! This is very helpful.

Can you give me another list like this one, this time focus on various topics related to character creation and how to write various types of characters.

ChatGPT's Answer:

You're welcome! Here's a list of 52 possible topic titles related to character creation and writing various types of characters for your website's breadcrumb pages:

1. Building Complex Characters
2. Creating Believable Protagonists
3. Crafting Memorable Antagonists
4. Sidekick and Companion Characters
5. Dynamic Ensemble Casts
6. Writing Strong Female Characters
7. Developing Multi-Dimensional Villains
8. Anti-Heroes and Morally Gray Characters
9. Empathy and Character Connection
10. Characters' Inner Conflicts
11. Character Arcs and Growth
12. Backstories and Motivations
13. Character Psychology and Behavior
14. Dialogue and Character Voice
15. Physical Description and Traits
16. Character Relationships and Chemistry
17. Symbolism in Character Design
18. Diversity and Inclusion in Characters
19. Stereotypes and Subversion
20. Writing Children and Young Characters
21. Creating Elderly Characters
22. Portraying LGBTQ+ Characters
23. Characters with Disabilities
24. Cross-Cultural Characterization
25. Historical and Period Characters
26. Mythical and Supernatural Beings
27. Animals and Non-Human Characters
28. Writing Robots and AI
29. Alien and Extraterrestrial Characters
30. Time-Traveling Characters
31. Parallel Universe Versions
32. Gender-Bending Characters
33. Split Personalities and Dual Identities
34. Doppelgängers and Clones
35. Shape-shifters and Metamorphs
36. Characters with Unique Abilities
37. Reluctant Heroes
38. Fallen Heroes and Redemption
39. Tragic Characters and Foils
40. Creating Love Interests
41. Rivals and Competitors
42. Mentor and Guide Figures
43. Orphaned or Abandoned Characters
44. Characters with Dark Secrets
45. Siblings and Family Dynamics
46. Opposites Attract Characters
47. Political and Ideological Figures
48. Quest-Driven Characters
49. Exploring Characters' Fears
50. Characters as Symbols of Themes
51. Characters in Dreamscapes
52. Characters' Impact on Setting

Feel free to use these topic titles as a foundation to create detailed breadcrumb pages about character creation and the nuances of writing different types of characters. These resources can help writers breathe life into their fictional personas and enhance their storytelling.

The Prompt I Engeneeried For ChatGPT/My Question To ChatGPT: 

Thank you! This is very helpful.

Can you give me another list like this one, this time focus on various topics related to worldbuilding within various genres and how to write about world building lore in a novel.

ChatGPT's Answer:

You're welcome! Here's a list of 52 possible topic titles related to worldbuilding within various genres and how to write about worldbuilding lore in a novel for your website's breadcrumb pages:

1. Worldbuilding Essentials
2. Creating Fantasy Realms
3. Sci-Fi Universe Construction
4. Historical Setting Development
5. Magical Systems and Rules
6. Technology and Innovation
7. Cultural Diversity in Worldbuilding
8. Political Structures and Dynamics
9. Religion and Belief Systems
10. Language and Communication
11. Geography and Landscapes
12. Flora and Fauna of Fictional Worlds
13. Architecture and Design
14. Clothing and Fashion
15. Social Hierarchy and Classes
16. Economy and Trade Systems
17. Transportation and Travel
18. Time and Calendar Systems
19. Maps and Cartography
20. Mythology and Legends
21. Cuisine and Food Culture
22. Art and Entertainment
23. History and Timelines
24. Folklore and Superstitions
25. Magic and Technology Integration
26. Alien and Extraterrestrial Societies
27. Post-Apocalyptic Worldbuilding
28. Steampunk Aesthetics
29. Alternate History Scenarios
30. Urban Fantasy Setting
31. Creating Mythical Creatures
32. Ecology of Fictional Species
33. Unique Flora and Biomes
34. Cultural Conflicts and Alliances
35. Religion and Philosophy Integration
36. Nomadic and Tribal Societies
37. Utopian and Dystopian Worlds
38. Worldbuilding Through Propaganda
39. Cultural Artifacts and Symbols
40. Matriarchal and Patriarchal Societies
41. Exploring Underworlds and Hidden Realms
42. Creating Supernatural Rules
43. Technological Advancements' Impact
44. Futuristic Megacities
45. Spacefaring Civilizations
46. Developing Cultural Taboos
47. Magical Creatures' Ecology
48. Time Travel Paradoxes
49. Fantasy Races and Relations
50. Building Galactic Civilizations
51. Worldbuilding for Short Stories
52. Seamlessly Introducing Lore in Novels

Feel free to adapt and expand upon these topic titles to create detailed breadcrumb pages about worldbuilding within various genres and how to effectively incorporate worldbuilding lore into your novels. These resources can help authors construct immersive and engaging fictional worlds.

The Prompt I Engeneeried For ChatGPT/My Question To ChatGPT: 

Thank you! This is very helpful.

Can you give me another list like this one, this time focus on various topics related to worldbuilding Elf, Faerie, and Demon societies, cultures, infrastructures, religions, and governments within various genres.

ChatGPT's Answer:

Certainly! Here's a list of 52 possible topic titles related to worldbuilding Elf, Faerie, and Demon societies, cultures, infrastructures, religions, and governments within various genres for your website's breadcrumb pages:

**Elf Societies and Cultures:**
1. Elven Hierarchies and Classes
2. Elven Cultural Traditions
3. Woodland Elf Enclaves
4. High Elf Societal Structure
5. Dark Elf Subcultures
6. Sea Elf and Coastal Societies
7. Desert Elf Adaptations
8. Arctic Elf Tribes
9. Elf and Human Relations
10. Elf and Dwarf Diplomacy

**Faerie Realms and Societies:**
11. Seelie and Unseelie Factions
12. Faerie Monarchy and Royalty
13. Faerie Courts and Rivalries
14. Gentry and Commoner Distinctions
15. Fairy Godmothers and Guardians
16. Faerie Relations with Nature
17. Mischief and Trickster Spirits
18. Seasonal Faerie Societies
19. Urban vs. Rural Faerie Life
20. Faerie Interaction with Mortals

**Demon Infrastructures and Governments:**
21. Demon Hierarchies and Lords
22. Abyssal and Infernal Realms
23. Demon Factions and Alliances
24. Demonocracy and Rule by Chaos
25. Feudal Demon Societies
26. Demon Guilds and Organizations
27. Demon Religion and Worship
28. Demon Pacts and Contracts
29. Demon Influence on Mortals
30. Portals and Gates to Demon Realms

**Elven, Faerie, and Demon Religions:**
31. Elven Deities and Nature Worship
32. Faerie Pantheons and Legends
33. Demon Lords and Worshipers
34. Sacred Sites and Rituals
35. Magical Relics and Divine Artifacts

**Governments and Political Structures:**
36. Elven Councils and Assemblies
37. Faerie Monarchs and Councils
38. Demon Courts and Tribunals
39. Theocratic Societies and Leadership
40. Anarchy vs. Authoritarian Rule

**Cultural Aspects and Customs:**
41. Elven Art and Aesthetics
42. Faerie Festivals and Celebrations
43. Demon Taboos and Traditions
44. Ritual Magic and Spellcasting
45. Elven and Faerie Cuisine
46. Demon Crafts and Creations

**Interactions with Other Species:**
47. Elven and Faerie Diplomacy
48. Demon Infiltration and Espionage
49. Elf-Human Trade Relations
50. Faerie and Nature Guardians

**Historical and Mythological Influences:**
51. Elven and Faerie Origin Myths
52. Demon Legends and Cosmic Wars

These topics can serve as a starting point for creating detailed breadcrumb pages that explore the intricacies of Elf, Faerie, and Demon societies, cultures, infrastructures, religions, and governments within various genres. This will help writers create rich and immersive fictional worlds that incorporate these fantastical elements.

The Prompt I Engeneeried For ChatGPT/My Question To ChatGPT: 

These are great! I write a LOT of short stories, blog posts, and articles about Elves, Fae, and Demons. Can you give me another list for these topics?

ChatGPT's Answer:

I'm glad you found the previous lists helpful! Here's another list of 52 possible topic titles specifically tailored for your short stories, blog posts, and articles about Elves, Fae, and Demons:

1. The Secret Language of Elves
2. Elven Emissaries to the Human World
3. The Elven Art of Archery
4. Elven Healing Techniques
5. Forbidden Love: Elf and Human Romances
6. Elven Celebrations and Festivals
7. Unraveling Elven Prophecies
8. The Myth of the Lost Elven City
9. Elven Guardians of Ancient Forests
10. Elven Cuisine: Enchanting Flavors
11. Quest for the Elven Moonstone
12. Elven Weavers and Magical Textiles
13. The Elven Ethereal Connection
14. Elven Artifacts and Relics
15. The Enigmatic Elven Seers
16. Elven Smiths and Mastercrafted Weapons
17. Elven Dreamwalkers and Visionaries
18. The Elven Court of Starlight
19. Elven Enclaves in Modern Cities
20. Tales of Elven Exile and Redemption
21. The Elven Song of Creation
22. Elven Poets and Storytellers
23. Elven Connection to the Stars
24. Elven Herblore and Healing Arts
25. The Elven Dance of Seasons
26. Elven Cities Hidden from Mortals
27. Elven Sorcery: Magic of the Ancestors
28. Elven Artistry in Music and Dance
29. The Elven Guardians of Time
30. Elven Philosophy: Harmony with Nature
31. Elven Architectural Wonders
32. The Elven Path of Enlightenment
33. Elven Warrior Traditions
34. The Elven Legacy: Guardians of History
35. Elven Insights into the Cosmos

36. Mysterious Faerie Rings and Portals
37. Faerie Bargains and Enchanted Deals
38. The Whispering Winds of the Faerie Realm
39. Faerie Pranks and Mischievous Deeds
40. The Secret Lives of Faerie Folk
41. Guardians of the Faerie Glades
42. The Fae Dance of Seasons
43. The Enchanted Courts of Faerie
44. Faerie Healers and Herbalists
45. Unveiling the Faerie Veil
46. Faerie Revels under the Moon
47. Faerie Artistry in Nature
48. The Faerie Code of Honor
49. The Faerie Realm and Mortal Intrusions
50. The Elusive Faerie Queen
51. Faerie Creatures of Myth and Legend
52. Faerie Music and Whispers of the Wind

53. The Temptations of Demon Pacts
54. The Demon Hierarchy: Lords of Chaos
55. Infernal Bargains and Dark Contracts
56. The Fiery Art of Demon Sorcery
57. Demonic Guardians of Forbidden Knowledge
58. The Unseen World of Demon Shadows
59. Demonic Artistry in Deception
60. The Cursed Demons of Ancient Tales
61. Demon Hunts and Supernatural Pursuits
62. The Demonic Deal with the Afterlife
63. Infernal Journeys: Exploring Demon Realms
64. The Demon's Pact with Mortal Desires
65. Demonic Ciphers and Enigmatic Scripts
66. The Demon's Seductive Whispers
67. The Price of Demonic Power
68. Dark Charms: The Allure of Demons
69. Demonic Lords and Infernal Alliances
70. The Mythic Origins of Demons
71. The Dance of Shadows: Demon Intrigues
72. The Infernal Art of Soulbinding
73. The Legacy of the Demon Hunters
74. The Haunting Cry of Demon Winds
75. The Abyssal Prophecies of Demons

Feel free to use these topic titles to inspire your creative work and provide engaging content for your readers interested in Elves, Fae, and Demons.

The Prompt I Engeneeried For ChatGPT/My Question To ChatGPT: 

Thank you! This is very helpful.

Can you give me another list like this one, this time focus on various topics related to writing various genres and how to write genre fiction.

ChatGPT's Answer:

You're welcome! Here's a list of 52 possible topic titles related to writing various genres and how to write genre fiction for your website's breadcrumb pages:

1. Exploring Genre Fiction
2. Crafting Compelling Genres
3. Mystery Plot Development
4. Suspenseful Thrillers
5. Crafting Cozy Mysteries
6. Police Procedural Writing
7. Psychological Thriller Techniques
8. Historical Fiction Settings
9. Writing Epic Fantasy
10. Romantic Elements in Fiction
11. Creating Engaging Sci-Fi
12. Post-Apocalyptic Worldbuilding
13. Time Travel Storytelling
14. Writing Space Operas
15. Historical Romance Guidelines
16. Urban Fantasy Worldbuilding
17. Crafting Paranormal Mysteries
18. Horror Atmosphere and Tension
19. Science Fiction Technologies
20. Writing Dystopian Societies
21. Developing Regency Romances
22. Supernatural Elements in Fiction
23. Cozy Fantasy Mysteries
24. Crafting Alternate Histories
25. Steampunk Aesthetics and Themes
26. Police Procedural Mysteries
27. Building Magical Realms
28. Thriller Plot Twists
29. Alien Encounters in Sci-Fi
30. Romantic Subplots in Genres
31. Mystery Suspense Techniques
32. Adventure Plot Structures
33. Creating Noir Atmospheres
34. Science Fiction Worldbuilding
35. Historical Thriller Settings
36. Gothic Elements in Fiction
37. Crafting Whodunit Mysteries
38. Fantasy Romance Tropes
39. Horror Subgenres Exploration
40. Crafting Western Fiction
41. Romantic Fantasy Elements
42. Political Intrigue in Genres
43. Thriller Character Dynamics
44. Writing Utopian Worlds
45. Mystery Clues and Puzzles
46. Spacefaring Adventures
47. Crafting Historical Mysteries
48. Magical Realism in Fiction
49. Exploring Horror Motifs
50. Building Romantic Tension
51. Developing Cyberpunk Universes
52. Blending Genres Creatively

Feel free to use these topic titles to create informative breadcrumb pages about writing various genres and mastering the art of genre fiction. These resources can assist writers in crafting captivating stories within their chosen genres.

The Prompt I Engeneeried For ChatGPT/My Question To ChatGPT: 

Thank you! This is very helpful.

Can you give me another list like this one, this time focus on various topics related to editing and grammar rules.

ChatGPT's Answer:

You're welcome! Here's a list of 52 possible topic titles related to editing and grammar rules for your website's breadcrumb pages:

1. Editing Essentials
2. Proofreading Techniques
3. Grammar Basics
4. Punctuation Rules
5. Common Spelling Mistakes
6. Writing Clear Sentences
7. Correcting Run-On Sentences
8. Avoiding Sentence Fragments
9. Active vs. Passive Voice
10. Subject-Verb Agreement
11. Proper Verb Tense
12. Pronoun Usage and Agreement
13. Using Commas Effectively
14. Semicolons and Colons
15. Quotation Marks Usage
16. Apostrophes and Possessives
17. Hyphenation Guidelines
18. Italics and Emphasis
19. Capitalization Rules
20. Writing Concisely
21. Avoiding Redundancy
22. Parallel Structure
23. Dangling and Misplaced Modifiers
24. Confusing Words and Homophones
25. Editing for Clarity
26. Combining Sentences
27. Transition Words and Phrases
28. Varying Sentence Structure
29. Eliminating Wordiness
30. Clauses and Phrases
31. Editing Dialogue
32. Formatting Dialogue
33. Proofreading for Typos
34. Consistency in Style
35. Editing Paragraphs and Flow
36. Revising for Tone and Voice
37. Using Active Language
38. Addressing Ambiguity
39. Correcting Agreement Errors
40. Editing for Precision
41. Avoiding Colloquialisms
42. Handling Contractions
43. Editing for Non-Native Writers
44. Polishing Descriptive Language
45. Editing Character Dialogue
46. Correcting Pronoun Reference
47. Adjective and Adverb Use
48. Editing Dialogue Tags
49. Revising Figurative Language
50. Addressing Point of View Shifts
51. Proofreading Headings and Subheadings
52. Final Manuscript Review

These topic titles can help writers and editors navigate the intricacies of editing and grammar rules, ensuring their written work is polished and error-free.

The Prompt I Engeneeried For ChatGPT/My Question To ChatGPT: 

Thank you! This is very helpful.

Can you give me another list like this one, this time focus on various topics related to author life updates and what it is like to be an author as a full time career.

ChatGPT's Answer:

You're welcome! Here's a list of 52 possible topic titles related to author life updates and the experience of being a full-time author as a career for your website's breadcrumb pages:

1. Life as a Full-Time Author
2. Balancing Writing and Life
3. Daily Routine of an Author
4. Overcoming Writer's Block
5. The Writing Process
6. Writer's Lifestyle Challenges
7. Setting Writing Goals
8. Maintaining Creative Inspiration
9. Dealing with Self-Doubt
10. Writer's Mental Health
11. The Joys of Storytelling
12. Celebrating Writing Milestones
13. Finding Writing Community
14. Collaborative Writing Projects
15. Time Management for Authors
16. Self-Care for Writers
17. The Author's Workspace
18. Handling Rejection and Criticism
19. Author Brand Building
20. Networking in the Writing World
21. The Power of Writing Retreats
22. Financial Aspects of Authorship
23. Juggling Multiple Writing Projects
24. Managing Deadlines
25. Writing Through Life Changes
26. The Evolution of Author Identity
27. Exploring New Writing Techniques
28. Staying Motivated Long-Term
29. The Impact of Reader Feedback
30. Navigating Publishing Options
31. Author's Creative Rituals
32. Embracing Experimentation
33. Writing While Traveling
34. Balancing Art and Commerce
35. The Role of Marketing for Authors
36. Engaging with Fans and Readers
37. Public Speaking for Authors
38. The Author's Online Presence
39. Author's Social Media Strategy
40. Book Tours and Events
41. The Journey from Aspiring to Published
42. Building a Writing Legacy
43. Transitioning to Full-Time Authorship
44. The Writer's Voice
45. Harnessing the Power of Imagination
46. The Magic of Creating Worlds
47. Learning from Writing Failures
48. Writing Rituals for Productivity
49. Fostering a Growth Mindset
50. Staying Authentic as an Author
51. Embracing Adaptability
52. Reflections on Authorship

Feel free to use these topic titles to provide insights into the author's life and career journey, sharing experiences, challenges, and valuable advice for fellow writers who are pursuing a full-time authorship career.

Well, there we go!

This is much more helpful to me that trying to sift through the keywords my site ranks for.

I won't be using all of what ChatGPT just gave me, but, now I have a clearer, more organized list of topics to consider and this will make it much easier for me to create my breadcrumb pages.

You know? Some of these word make good titles for new articles to write. I may do that as well. If I do, I'll try to remember to add links to them from this list, but, you know me, I forget to link back to lists, so I may make the articles then forget to link back here to them, LOL!

I made this page for any of you who are also authors and are also looking for how to create your breadcrumb tiers for your author website. Hopefully this helps you out!

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This page contains sections written by an LLM AI, specifically OpenAI's ChatGPT 3.5

The sections written by AI are noted and separated with a orange/pink stripe boarder around them.

Sections written by AI has not been fact checked and may contain inaccuracies. They are included for entertainment purposes only. The goal here is to show you what AIs like ChatGPT are capable of doing and as such the AI sections are directly copy/pasted into this page without any edits, changes, or fact checking done, so that you can see what AI output looks like.

The goal of this page is to show you how to write long, detailed command prompts that will get ChatGPT to output less generic and more useful content for you. Please remember, when using AI for your own content that AI is a random generator that guesses what word should logically come next and is NOT actually giving you correct answers to your questions as it has no ability to comprehend word meanings; and as such LLM AIs have a very high rate of fact inaccuracies, often outputting incorrect and inaccurate information at a rate as high as 64% to 73% in 8 times out of every 10 answers, which has been proven by numerous studies.

As of July 2023, there are currently more then 300 LLM AI apps and programs available with varying degrees of outputting informational accuray. As of July 2023, MOST of those has an accuracy rate of only 2% to 3%.

I choose to use ChatGPT for this article, because it has the highest rate of NOT giving inaccurate information, of any AI language model currently available, however it's inaccuracy rate is still higher then 50% inaccurate output more then 50% of the time, HOWEVER, as the June 2023 Stanford and Berkeley studies have shown, ChatGPT is only fully accurate 2.4% of the time, and this 2.4% is the MOST accurate AI rate out there as of July 2023.

The fact that ChatGPT is only 100% accurate 2.4% of the time and it is the MOST accurate of ANY of the AIs currently available, shows how very alarmingly INACCURATE any output from AI is and why you SHOULD NOT be using it for research or anything requiring factual information. Please keep this in mind when using AI programs in your own writing.

If you choose to use LLM AI's such as ChatGPT for your content, please remember that t is NOT a research program, it is NOT a search engine, and 88 times out of 10 it is going to give you as much as 75% inaccurate information. DO NOT use LLM AIs to create your content, unless you plan on doing huge amounts of fact checking and actual research to ensure that the content you publish is accurate.

Asking ChatGPT for help with the new Google Core Update Breadcrumb Requirements, for use on my author website