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Keyword Not Showing Up In My Article
« on: September 24, 2014, 03:57:25 PM »
When I type a keyword to be used for my article, it doesn't add the keyword to the article. It creates an article totally unrelated to the keyword that I requested to be used. What's the point of the keyword box if it doesn't use the keyword?

Re: Keyword Not Showing Up In My Article
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2014, 10:01:46 PM »
I don't quite understand what you mean.

ArticleBuilder doesn't use keywords to build an article although you can add
subtopic keywords and if there's any info in the database then that will be added.

As an example, if you picked the topic Business - Woodworking you could then add subtopics
such as softwood, hardwood and tools as your subtopics

Hoping this helps
Eliot

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Re: Keyword Not Showing Up In My Article
« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2014, 12:36:16 AM »
When I type a keyword to be used for my article, it doesn't add the keyword to the article. It creates an article totally unrelated to the keyword that I requested to be used. What's the point of the keyword box if it doesn't use the keyword?

If the keyword is available, it will add it in on down the article, as a subheading. If your chosen word is not in the database, you just get an article.

Re: Keyword Not Showing Up In My Article
« Reply #3 on: October 16, 2014, 12:47:20 PM »
When I type a keyword to be used for my article, it doesn't add the keyword to the article. It creates an article totally unrelated to the keyword that I requested to be used. What's the point of the keyword box if it doesn't use the keyword?

Hi cejcook,

As already mentioned by Eliot the KW feature is meant as means of searching for suptopics of your main niche/category.

That means you wouldn't search for long tail key phrases in the KW field and have the ability to generate an article exactly on your long tail key phrase, or any specific key phrase for that matter.

The KW feature is meant to search broad an general terms with the niche you're pulling articles from.

As Eliot pointed out sub-topics of Woodworking.  Softwood, hardwood and tools are all three broad an general terms.