Using LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) keywords in blog posts has several benefits: Enhances Content Relevance: LSI keywords help in making your content more relevant to the main topic. They provide context to your main keywords, making it easier for search engines to understand the content's topic and purpose. Improves Search Engine Ranking: Search engines use LSI keywords to determine the quality and relevance of content. By including them, your blog post may rank higher in search results for not only the primary keyword but also for related terms. Reduces Keyword Stuffing Risks: Relying heavily on primary keywords can be seen as keyword stuffing, which is penalized by search engines. LSI keywords offer a way to diversify your language and avoid overuse of exact phrases. Enhances User Experience: LSI keywords make your content more informative and engaging, as they cover various aspects of the main topic. This can lead to longer dwell times and better engagement rates, which are positive signals to search engines. Improves Content Versatility: Using LSI keywords allows your content to be relevant for a wider range of search queries. This can increase the visibility of your blog post to a broader audience. Future-Proofs Your Content: As search engines evolve, they focus more on understanding user intent and contextual meaning. LSI keywords make your content more adaptable to these evolving algorithms. Increases Topic Authority: By covering related terms and concepts, LSI keywords help establish your blog as an authority on the topic, which can enhance trust and credibility with your audience. Assists in Long-Tail Keyword Ranking: LSI keywords often include long-tail phrases, which can help you rank for these specific, less competitive queries. Incorporating LSI keywords is a strategic approach to make your blog posts more effective and visible in today’s dynamic digital landscape.
Check ranking content and have Journalist AI produce similar (but better) versions of it
A feature that would check the SERPs for the TYPE and LENGTH of articles that are ranking for the keywords we want to target. It'd then produce content based on the content that google is ranking for the kws we want to target. The goal is to leverage Journalist AI to produce content similar to the one Google is ranking for the keywords we're producing content with (i.e. scraping the first page for keyword "x" and writing better content for that keyword based on what google is valuing) Essentially it'd tell us: 1) avg. post length on first page 2) avg. times a kw is used in the post 3) type of post (i.e. listicle, blog post, informative, opinion piece...) With these 3 we'd know WHAT we should write about and HOW it should be written
Pie Graphs, tables / charts, and other custom visual aids built into article
I wish I could make a table, chart, pie graph, or any other type of "visual aid" information be mandatory to include in the article by the model. Would love to get those types of charts and other custom visual aids taken into account. This is very easy for me to build with Code Interpreter and many custom GPTs now on a case by case basis.
Keyword built into the blogpost title
The keyword needs to be built into the blogpost title, as this is one of the main SEO criterias to rank on Google.
More flexibility in creating headings
Right now it is only possible to include 6 H2 and have a maximum of 3 nested H3 in each one, and it is mandatory to have one nested H3 in each H2. Being able to build in a freer way the structure of the article will give us more power. Thank you!
Checl youtube video titles
Is that any keywords? Because in an article about Dubai Lifestyle I just got a video link "Andrew Tate tells the truth" - that is NOT productive.
History - allow to rename, put in more information and finally sync file name
RIght now it is near impossible to correlate fownloads with genrrated information. Downloads come with a GUID, the GUID is not visible in the list. Order 10 packs, you ahve to manually look into them. Suggestion: * ALlow one to set a title for every history item. * Set the titel to the GUID initially. * Downloads have the title + zip, so that one can easdiyl see which ones have been downloaded or not.
Allow to rject articles.
I just got one offered that had this text: Note: Due to the ongoing pandemic, certain attractions and experiences may be temporarily unavailable. Please check the official website for the latest updates and safety guidelines. This is over for more than a year. This article is needing heavy rework due to this.
I've encountered an issue with repetitive content within single blog posts, where the same topics or phrases are repeated, affecting content quality and reader engagement. Here is an example: The blogpost is about webdesite development. In the section about Userfriendlyness, the writer mention responsive design during 2 sentences. Next section is all about responsive design repeating what was written in the prior section. See https://monosnap.com/direct/p1j1HpHA1jDv1JATAE9l3eIF3CRzTB - This happen frequently. I suggest implementing a feature to detect and reduce repetitiveness, ensuring each part of the content is unique and informative.
Option for images get hosted in the same server
Images are not being send to the same integration (in my case wordpress) I have seen they are sent via digital ocean in a link like this: src=" https://contenu.nyc3.digitaloceanspaces.com/journalist/ We should have a button to change this option and choose whether images are serverd from the same server or from another server