It’s only been a few weeks since the release of Atomic Reach’s Content Scoring Engine and we’ve been getting awesome responses and feedback from users! Content creators who have been actively checking out and using the platform have emailed and tweeted us with some of their inquisitive questions
Here are the answers to this week’s top queries:
When a new blog post is published on my website, how long does it take for the scoring engine to retrieve it, score it, and analyze it?
Right now, it takes about 15 minutes for new content to be recognized by the scoring engine, to be scored, and analyzed. We’re still working out the kinks, but we plan to have the scoring engine work in real-time, so you can get your data right away with just a click of a button!
What is an ideal score?
We recommend content creators and publishers should aim to achieve scores of 60 or higher. Posts with greater scores have the potential to perform well and have better engagement. Also the higher your post scores, the greater your Atomic Score will be.
Ideally, scores of 80 or above are especially exceptional. The higher your posts scores, the more likely other platform users will share your content on their social networks.
I’m a Blogger user and I can't connect to my blog's content. What am I doing wrong?
Under Source Type, you should select RSS/ ATOM. After you select your Style and your Target Audience, input your blog’s URL. Remember to add “/feed” at the end of your URL, such as: http://www.yourdomain.com/feed
If you are using Feedburner, copy and paste your Feedburner URL.
Also, keep in mind that in your settings, it should be "Full text", not summary. This will allow the Content Scoring Engine to access your feed and analyze it.
If you are still running into issues, please send us an email at: email@example.com. We'd be happy to help you.
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