📃Creating a Customized Brief when using a Keyword

You can customize your articles before they're written. Here's how...

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Written by John Pratt
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With Content at Scale, you can create a long form blog post from any one of the following sources:

• From a Keyword

• From an Existing Blog Post URL

• From a YouTube Video

• From a Podcast Episode

• From a Custom Audio File

This article focuses on creating a customized brief when creating content from a keyword.

When creating content from a keyword, Content at Scale can give you a customized brief. It can show you the outline of the article it's going to write--before it writes it.

Here are the steps.

STEP 1: Type Your Keyword into Content at Scale

What is a keyword?

A keyword is something people type into Google before pressing Google Search.

This keyword gets approximately 90 searches per month. That means people are actually typing it into Google.

A keyword is a search query. Sometimes it's called a "keyphrase" or "keyword phrase". They mean the same thing.

You can type a keyword into Content at Scale and it will automatically write an article for you about that keyword.

What isn't a keyword?

This is not a keyword:

This keyword gets 0 searches per month. That means nobody is typing that into Google.

If nobody is typing a keyword into Google, then don't type that keyword into Content at Scale.

STEP 2: Click Customize

After you put your keyword into Content at Scale, you can click Customize. The dialog box will then preview the outline of the article before the AI even writes it. The headings in the outline are called H2's.

The headings are sequenced. The numbers in the headings are only for convenience in the CUSTOMIZED BRIEF and will not be shown in the final content.

Re-sequence the H2's in the CUSTOMIZED BRIEF by clicking and dragging.

Add your own H2's by clicking the plus icon.

Delete H2's by clicking its minus icon.

The AI will automatically give itself context for each H2. You can edit this context by clicking the caret (or downward-facing arrow) next to the H2.

Customize the brief even further by clicking the back arrow and adding Additional Context (Optional).

Then click Customize again.

Now you have a fully customized brief.

You can view each H2's context by clicking the caret (or downward-facing arrow)

STEP 3: Create the Content

Click Create Content Now to get an article for that keyword, based off the CUSTOMIZED BRIEF you created.

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