To initiate the process, establish a dedicated WordPress user account and assign it the ‘Author’ role. This specialized account ensures that our Content Worker seamlessly interfaces with your site. After account creation, furnish the Content Worker with the username, password, and the generated application password. This step guarantees that it possesses the essential permissions to execute read, write, and delete operations on its own.
Set your content generation preferences, including SEO keywords, batch content generation settings, and time intervals for automatic content creation. Keywords can be single or multiple, separated by commas. Use SEO tools like Ahrefs or SEMrush to identify optimal keywords for your niche. Content Worker leverages web search data to generate the best content for your chosen keywords based on top-ranked results.
Validate your content generation settings by creating test content. Clicking the button generates a blog post. You can opt to save this post as a draft in WordPress for review.
Adjust additional settings to fit your needs. These include publishing posts directly instead of as drafts, generating a feature image based on the title (recommended), and including live external site links in your content.
Navigate to the status tab of each Content Worker to view your previously generated content. You can also review posts directly in your WordPress account.
Assign a wide range of SEO keywords to the worker and set it to generate content at regular intervals. Content Worker uses search data to identify the type of content users are seeking based on these keywords, ensuring you always provide relevant and timely content.