Content Task

Below the dashboard Tab, you will find the content Task tab. This is the page where you can create a new task and assign it to the writer.
(Image 5: Content task Page interface)
Follow the steps below to create and assign a new task to the writer.
  • Click on -”Enter the Keyword”
(Image 6: Allows a user to enter the keyword/s for the content)
Type in your Keyword. Example - Healthcare stocks”
  • Now, tap on the Create Task button.
  • A new pop-up window will open in front of you.
(Image 7: Allows the user to add notes, name of the editor, project name, domain name, deadline, etc.)
  • It will ask you to edit any note for the writer. You can brief the writer on any particular specification you need in the content, such as - include data, charts, word length, images, or anything you want to include or exclude from your content.
  • Choose the name of the editor (the editor is the person who will review the content and approve it)
  • Select the project name (beneficial, especially when working on multiple projects).
  • Choose the name of the domain from the drop-down button.
  • Next, you have to select the name of the writer from the - Assigned to" drop-down button.
  • The status will be auto-selected to be assigned, as you are just in the first phase of content creation.
  • The next thing you need to select is the deadline. It helps the writer prioritize the work based on various deadlines.
  • After entering all these data, you need to press -" Next step"
(Image 8: Allows the user to add notes, name of the editor, project name, domain name, deadline, etc.)
  • You will see an alert message in the right corner, starting - with "New task created."
  • Add your Keyword, and select the location from which you want to find the top competitor. (Options USA and Canada)
(Image 9: The top 10 ranking websites for the keyword entered will be shown here.)
  • At this stage, you may include or exclude the competitor by ticking or unticking the checkbox in front of the link.
If you see "Empty" in any competitor link, it suggests you have to add the content from the website mentioned manually, or you may untick it if you want to skip the stage of manual data/content copying.
(Image 10: List of 10 competitor data ranking high on Google’s SERP )
  • Then click The view task button at the bottom right corner.
(Image 11: Content Editor Page, wherein the user can write the content)
(Image 12: On-Page SEO Parameters )
(Image 12.1: Describes the content structure based on various headings and tags used by the competitors.)
This progress bar fetches the data of the content structure based on various competitor's data. It guides the user about the number of headings (H1, H2, etc.) they should have in their content. It also encourages the user to add images, alt text, videos, internal and external links, etc. It shows the score of your overall content structure.
(Image 12.2: suggest the percentage of NLP keywords used in the content based on the competitor's data.)
NLP - Natural Language Processing
NLP is an advanced technique of extracting keywords with a higher chance of processing in the reader's mind. These keywords ensure that your content is readable and the reader can process the content psychologically. This feature is very useful when the author has to share something valuable, some guides or instructions, or any such data that readers need to process and implement on their own. While writing such informative content, having access to such features becomes a valuable asset. A writer can evaluate whether their content delivers their intended value.
(Image 12.3: Suggest whether the content is Human written or generated through AI Technology.)
Human Written Feature:
This feature enables the editor and the writer to check whether the content is human-written or generated through any AI content generator. In today's competitive world, generating original content is a big challenge, and editors have to verify using different software, whether or not it is human or AI-generated. This feature will save you additional effort, time and energy, and you can get a quick view of how much percentage of the content is generated through Human/AI.
(Image 12.4: Uniqueness - Defines the percentage of plagiarism in the content)
This is one of the exciting parts of the tool. It helps in finding plagiarism in the content. With the built-in plagiarism checker, you do not have to copy and paste the content in the plagiarism checker. Also, there is no need to buy additional plagiarism checker subscriptions as you get everything in one place.
(Image 12.4: Meta Title & description - Complete the basic steps of SEO within the Writemingle only!)
Meta Title and Meta Description:
Half of your SEO work is done in the Writemingles software itself. You can add the meta title in the section provided. You can see whether it is as per the SEO standards and edit it according to your content.
In the next part, you can add the meta description also for your content. The ideal length of the meta description is about 150 to 300 characters, depending upon the context and size of your content.
(Image 13: Additional On-Page Optimization)
Additional Optimization:
Please find all the parameters required to do On-Page SEO within the Writemigle software. You can see if your content is On-page SEO-friendly or not. These additional optimization parameters majorly cover all the necessary SEO techniques. You will find the following things in the additional Optimization section:
  1. 1.
    Keyword must be present in the title - It encourages you to add your focus keyword in the title or the slug/URL for easy crawling.
  2. 2.
    Use primary keywords in Headings - writers must use the additional, secondary and LSI keywords in the heading (H2, H3, etc.) titles.
  3. 3.
    Add image with alt text - The crawlers often consider the Alt text from the images to show the results to the researcher. Thus, it works as a reminder to add an image and an Alt text having the focus (primary keyword in it)
  4. 4.
    Keyword density - As per the SEO rules, the keyword should be placed naturally and contextually in the content. If not, it is considered Keyword stuffing, and your content may not rank on SERP. Thus, the density features help you maintain the required density as per the length of the content and the competitor's data.
  5. 5.
    External resources: This feature refers to the external linking done within your content. It is generally done to clarify, prove, provide a reference, etc., to the matter stated by the writer in their content.
  6. 6.
    Internal links: This feature allows you to link one piece of content with another. It is used to build a relationship between two pieces of content through one common bridge.
  7. 7.
    No Consecutive Sentences: This feature ensures that all of your sentences have a different beginning, as it might bore the reader and sound monotonous.
  8. 8.
    Image and video: This checks whether you have added any image or video referring to the content you are writing. Images naturally build the motivation to read the content till the end.
(Image 14: Off-Page SEO Parameters)
Off-Page SEO:
(Image 15: List of Competitors ranking on the keyword/s provided)
(Image 16: Link tool to help you find the internal links)
  • This tool will help you identify the links to be inserted in the content automatically.
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