Ability to see actual tweet in 'Who Tweeted'
In the content explorer you can see a list of people who tweeted a particular link but I believe it would be incredibly useful to be able to see the actual tweet as to see the wording and tags used. Currently it gives you the account name and date it was tweeted but can be a pain to try track it down manually.
'Who tweeted selected articles' function
Would love if you guys could return the 'Who tweeted selected articles' function to v2 of Content Explorer. It was such an amazing time saver! I'm happy that you kept the ''Who tweeted' exporter for individual posts - but now I have to merge 20-30 different CSV files manually.
Can you please add a tool like cognitive SEO's content assistant where you can edit text and get keyword ideas at the same time.
Content Explorer Issues
I use content explorer to prospect for guest posting opportunities. Here are 2 problems I constantly face: It pulls a ton of web2.0s, majority of results are web2.0s. I tried adding a traffic filter (started with 10) and it helps but then it removes the good prospects as well and it still pulls in web2.0 and leaves you with very little options. And yes, I do use DR, in title search, link one per per domain etc. I'm very familiar with it all When I search for health and fitness sites, through content explorer for guest posts, it pulls a ton of porn related sites.
Content Explorer- Country Specific
Content Explorer Shows you different URL's as per your filter but my target audience is US. How can I limit it to show only keywords ranking in US. Not other countries like India, Phillipines, etc
Referring Domain & Domain Rating in Keyword Export
Add the referring domain & domain rating stats to the keyword export for the URLs in Featured Snippets
PARENT TOPIC IN THE CONTENT EXPLORER
CAN YOU PLEASE ADD "PARENT TOPIC" FILTER INTO THE EXCEL FILE EXPORTED FROM THE CONTENT EXPLORER ?
heading tags used to rewrite pages
using the heading tags of competitor page combined with google suggest will make easier to write better content. a good example - https://www.seoptimer.com/h1-checker/ . If you review the details, you can see the entire headings breakdown.