Google will crush ChatGPT – Says Neil Patel

Recently, OpenAI’s program ChatGPT has become a topic of discussion for various internet users around the world. ChatGPT gained 1 million users from all around the globe within just five days. It was launched in November 2022.

Moreover, people are saying that ChatGPT will take over Google since it provides quick results in a short time. Besides, ChatGPT is helping individuals to become productive by achieving quick solutions to their daily queries.

The surging number of ChatGPT users could be a red flag for Google. It’s because more people are relying on ChatGPT for their daily life search results. Could this be the end of Google? Let’s examine it further.

Here’s What Neil Patel Says about ChatGPT

Neil Patel, the co-founder of Neil Patel Digital, says that Google will crush ChatGPT.

Here’s what he says in his recent Instagram post…

Google is going to crush ChatGPT. It’s amazing on what they’ve done.

But think of it this way. They’re scraping the web. They’re using all these servers to try to figure out what people are looking for and how to just provide that and digest information.

So, when Google ends up taking all that data that they’ve already gathered, then they use it to train AI models to help you be a better marketer business owner. They will end up doing a much better job than OpenAI, which owns ChatGPT. 

And why? It’s because they’ve more data. The data is extremely useful to create the best AI written content or even solutions out there.

In addition, he adds this to the quote further…

Don’t get me wrong – chatGPT is an amazing tool with numerous capabilities and applications for marketers and business owners.

In the end, Google will come out on top.


Because Google has more data to pull from.

Once Google begins to take their gathered data and develop/train AI tools of their own, chatGPT won’t be able to compete.

At the end of the day, everyone will use the AI that provides the best written content and solutions…

chatGPT will only stay on top for as long as Google AI developers allow it to.

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