Use these easy steps to learn how to search for relevant content with the Content Curation.

  1. From the Publisher page click on the Content Curation button located in the left menu to get to the Content Curation page. Then simply type what you want to find in the search box on the top of the page.

Alongside each search result, you can see an author, date of the publication, domain and its rank, sentiment. On the bottom left side, there are a number of Facebook and Pinterest engagements, Moz domain authority, and Alexa domain rank. On the bottom right side, there is a total number of engagements.

2. Filter and sort the content using the menu on the right side of the Content Curation page.

Date Range

Filter content by the dates of the publication:

  • 24 hours

  • Past Week

  • Past Month

  • Past 6 month

  • Past Year

  • All

Sort By

  • Content Relevancy

  • Total Shares

  • Facebook Engagement

  • Pinterest Shares

  • Domain Authority

  • Domain Rank

Sentiment

You can filter the search results by sentiment, it is shown as a small circle next to each article. Green for positive, yellow for neutral, and red for negative sentiment.

Content Type

Filter content by its type such as:

  • Articles

  • Photos

  • Videos

  • List Posts

  • Why Posts

  • What Posts

If you select the "One Article Per Domain" option you can narrow your search results by leaving only one post from each domain and filtering out all the rest.

You can expand the volume of posts found by removing the checkmark from the "Require Seach Terms in Title". This way, the search will work not only with the titles of publications but also with their content.

Learn more about filtering content using the Advanced Search here.

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