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If the articles can match the keywords?

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If the articles can match the keywords?
« on: October 31, 2011, 03:18:30 PM »
When I have several keywords, still have to choose the category of article, if I key in the keywords, the system can match and find out the related articles, this improvement I think it is good to use.
Everyone agree?

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Re: If the articles can match the keywords?
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2011, 11:41:56 PM »
Not sure if I understand what you mean, but I think you were trying to sugges this:

Rather than choosing a category and then narrowing down the category you would like to choose a keyword and be able to select from the complete database without reference to categories?

If that is the case then I'd agree with you. However the database would have to be very large indeed to make it viable. Also, if the snippets are written to focus very tightly upon themes then there may not be much overlap because, as far as I am aware, the content going into the system is not complete articles but paragraphs written around specific keywords. This is going to mean that the paragraphs are likely much more focussed than in normal PLR articles.
But yes, I'd like the opportunity to be able to try it. ;)

Re: If the articles can match the keywords?
« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2011, 09:05:58 AM »
When I have several keywords, still have to choose the category of article, if I key in the keywords, the system can match and find out the related articles, this improvement I think it is good to use.
Everyone agree?

Kind of agree.

I am thinking of a feature where we can type any keyword in a box to see if there is any snippet for that keyword. If the snippet for the keyword does exist, we can just press a button to create articles without needing to choose any category. Category selection can be an option though.