If you are using Windows 10, then you need to be using version 2 of WCS. This is free to version 1 users. To install version 2, you cannot use the built-in autoupdater. Version 2 is not an update to version 1, but a completely re-written piece of software. That […]
Occasionally I get support emails from customers saying the spider isn’t working on Web Content Studio. The typical error message in WCS is: ".. cannot continue with the spider because no search URLs were found in this term” OK; there are a few reasons this can happen. The main one […]
When you first start Web Content Studio, the tabs across the top look like this: You will notice there is no Editor tab, and a few people panic. However, this is completely normal, since the editor tab is there to EDIT an article, and when you open WCS, there is […]
The theme score in WCS is calculated using a number of different factors, including: The number of theme words and phrases you have in your article. The number of theme words you have selected. The length of the article. The software looks to see if you have used all of the […]
Windows VISTA & Windows 7/8 Users (NOT XP Users): You will need to set up the icon used to run WCS to run as Administrator, since automatic updates require admin status to over-write older versions. To set the icon up, follow these simple steps: 1. Right click the icon you […]
Good quality articles have a core collection of highly related theme words and phrases. Choosing which theme words are the most important can be a difficult task because the spider can return 100+ in any one operation. This tutorial shows you how to narrow your focus to the most important theme words, quickly and easily.
The Web Content Studio “Theme Report” is a valuable assistant in your quest for better themed content. This tutorial shows you how to interpret the data in these reports and use that information to your advantage to ensure maximum impact while minimizing the risks of over-optimization.
The article editor in Web Content Studio is a What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editor, meaning that the way the article looks as you format it in the software is how the article will look when you publish it to your site. The following video gives you […]
Web Content Studio has a built in Researcher that helps you get the information you need to write your article. This video gives you a quick overview of this feature so you can see how easy it is to get at the information you need. See more Web Content Studio […]
This tutorial shows how I go about finding a comprehensive list of theme words and phrases using the manual spider. During this process, I find 114 good theme words, but use the power of Web Content Studio to whittle this number down to the very best 35. Once you have […]
In this video I’ll show you how I re-wrote the 200+ word article into an 1100+ word highly themed, informative article on the subject of irritable bowel, its symptoms and special diets, etc to control IBS. See more Web Content Studio Tutorials EARNINGS DISCLAIMER AND FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENT Every effort has […]
Here is the tutorial on using Article Writing Guides: Simply put, an article writing guide is a set of instructions for writing a particular type of article. Since people tell me they have a lot of problems coming up with ideas or formats for articles, I thought it would be […]
There are times when you don’t want certain web pages to be included in the Spider Analysis. This video shows you how to set sites to ignore on both a global level, and on a spider-by-spider basis.
How Web Content Studio can use exact or string match when evaluating your article theme.
The document panel in Web Content Studio v2 allows you to quickly review a document, and then fine tune keyword useage. This tutorial shows where it is and what it does.
With the introduction of version 126.96.36.199, I’ve added two new features to help you better manage your projects and articles. Here is a video showing the new features in action and how to use them.