Blogs Posts Page

Overview of your Blog Posts page

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Welcome to the heart of your website's content strategy—Seona's blog post management platform. Let's delve into the various sections of the blog posts page and discover how you can leverage Seona to enhance your online presence:

Overview Tab

  • Current Blog Posts: This section provides a real-time snapshot of the blogs Seona has crafted for you this week. You'll find details such as the Blog Post Title, targeted keyword, and the current state of each blog post. Clicking on a blog post seamlessly transitions you to the blog post editor for further customization.

  • Upcoming Blog Posts: Peek into the future with upcoming blog post topics and their scheduled release dates. Here, you'll find the blog post title, targeted keyword, and the anticipated publication date. Clicking on an upcoming blog post allows you to select from a range of topics and keywords or input your own blog post title.

  • Recent Blog Posts: Review blogs that should have been posted in the past. Similar to current blog posts, you can view details such as the Blog Post Title, targeted keyword, and the state of each post. Clicking on a blog post provides immediate access to the blog post editor for any necessary adjustments.

History Tab

  • View All Seona Blogs: Dive into all your Seona-written blogs. You'll find detailed information such as the Blog Post Title, targeted keyword, and the current state of every blog post Seona has crafted for your business.

Settings Page -> Blog Posts

Blog Post Publishing Preferences

Choose from the following options to define how Seona handles the publishing of your blog posts:

  • Automatically Post:

    • After Seona writes a blog post, it will be displayed on your Seona dashboard and scheduled to automatically post in one week.

    • During this period, you have the flexibility to review and make edits to the blog post as needed.

    • Note: This option requires your website to be built on a preferred website provider.

  • Approve Before Posting:

    • After Seona writes a blog post, it will be displayed on your Seona dashboard and scheduled to post in one week.

    • During this time, you can review and edit the blog post.

    • You must approve the blog post through the dashboard to authorize Seona to post it to your website on the scheduled date. If approval is not granted before the scheduled post date, you can still access the blog post through the dashboard to approve it later.

    • Note: This option requires your website to be built on a preferred website provider.

  • Manual:

    • After Seona writes a blog post, it will be displayed on your Seona dashboard.

    • You can review, edit, and manually post the blog to your website whenever you choose.

Blog Post Schedule

Select the day of the week on which Seona publishes your blogs. If you have multiple blogs scheduled for a week, Seona evenly spaces them out throughout the chosen week, starting with the selected day.

AI Image Settings

Customize the appearance of images in your blogs with Seona's AI image settings under Settings -> Blog Posts:

  • Toggle between AI-generated images and stock photos for your blogs.

  • Select the theme of the AI-generated images to align with your brand aesthetic and content style.

By fine-tuning these settings, you can streamline your content creation process and ensure that your blog posts align seamlessly with your brand identity and publishing schedule.

Blog Post Editor

Craft compelling and engaging blog posts with Seona's intuitive blog post editor. Here's a detailed breakdown of the various features and functionalities available:

Blog Toolbar

In the blog post editor, you have full control over managing your blog header. Here, you can:

  • Save Blog Post Content: Save any changes made to your blog post content to ensure that your progress is preserved.

  • Add Image: Enhance your blog post with visually appealing images by adding them directly from the editor.

  • Approve Blog Post: If you're using the "Approve before posting" setting, you can approve the blog post for publishing directly from the editor.


Blog Title

In your blog title, you can:

  • View Blog State: Monitor the current status of your blog post, whether it's ready for review, posting, published, missing approval, or archived.

  • Edit Blog Title: Modify the title of your blog post to accurately reflect its content.

  • See Keyword: View the associated keyword the blog is written around.


Blog Content

Customize the textual content of your blog post with the following options:

  • Text Type: Choose from various text types including Paragraph, Headers (1-6), Bulleted lists, and Numbered lists.

  • Font Size: Adjust the font size of selected text from 12px to 48px in 4px increments to enhance readability and visual appeal.

  • Text Styling: Apply formatting options such as Bold, Italicize, Underline, Strikethrough, Subscript, Superscript to selected text.

  • Hyperlink: Easily insert hyperlinks into your text to direct readers to relevant pages or resources.

  • Undo/Redo: Effortlessly revert or reapply changes to your blog content using the Undo/Redo functionality.


Ask Seona to Edit

Harness the power of Seona's AI to refine your blog content with ease. Simply click on the sparkle icon next to any text and request modifications such as improving writing, fixing spelling and grammar, condensing or expanding text, or adjusting the tone to match your desired style.




Changing Blog Topics

Tailor your blog post topics to align with your content strategy:

  • Switch Topic: Easily change the topic for an existing or upcoming blog post. You have a maximum of 3 blog regenerations for already written blogs. Choose from recommended topics or enter your own topic.


Seona Blog Grading

Provide feedback to Seona and help refine its writing capabilities:

  • Blog Grading: Rate your satisfaction with the blog content Seona has generated. Your feedback assists Seona in learning your preferences and writing content that resonates with your audience.


Preview Thumbnail

Customize the appearance of your blog post thumbnail:

  • Select Thumbnail Preview: Choose the preview and image for the thumbnail of your blog post to ensure it aligns with your website's aesthetic and branding.

With Seona's comprehensive blog post editor, you have all the tools you need to create captivating and impactful content for your audience. Dive in and unleash your creativity!

Blog Post States

Discover the status of your blog posts and stay informed about their progress with Seona's intuitive tracking system. Here are the five possible states for a blog post, tailored to your specific blog posting preferences:

  • Awaiting Approval:

    • This status indicates that the blog post is awaiting your review. Click on the blog post to access the editing options.

    • It appears when Seona initially generates the blog post and remains visible for a week after its creation.

    • This status persists until the blog is scheduled for posting, applicable to both "Automatically post" and "Approve before posting" preferences.

  • Publishing:

    • This state indicates that Seona is currently in the process of posting the blog. Please allow up to 24 hours for the post to be live.

    • While in this state, you can view the blog post but cannot make any edits.

    • It appears when Seona is posting a blog on its scheduled date or upon approval for posting.

    • This state is relevant for both "Automatically post" and "Approve before posting" preferences.

  • Published:

    • This status signifies that the blog post has been successfully published to your website by Seona.

    • While you can view the post by clicking on it, editing capabilities are disabled.

    • The published post includes the URL where it is live on your website.

    • It is applicable for both "Automatically post" and "Approve before posting" preferences.

  • Missing Approval:

    • This state indicates that the blog post is ready to be posted but requires your approval.

    • Click on the blog post to edit it and provide the necessary approval.

    • It appears when a blog post awaiting approval does not receive it by the scheduled post date.

    • Relevant exclusively for the "Approve before posting" preference.

  • Archived:

    • Signifying that the blog post has been written and archived, this state allows for viewing or manual posting.

    • Click on the blog post to edit it as needed.

    • It appears when the blog preference is set to "Manual," and a week has passed since the blog's creation.

FAQs

Where will Seona publish my blogs?

  • Wordpress: Seona will automatically publish your blog to your “Posts” page. If you do not have a posts page connected to a page on your site, see here for instructions on setting it up. Note that this connection does not affect your SEO; it only enables visitors to access your blog from the homepage.

  • Shopify: Seona will automatically publish your blog to your default Shopify blog page called “News”. If your “News” page is not connected to a page on your site, see here for guidance on setting it up. Similar to other platforms, this connection does not impact SEO.

  • Wix: Seona will automatically publish your blog to your default Wix blog page. If your default blog page is not connected to a page on your site, see here for instructions on setting it up.

  • SquareSpace: Seona will automatically publish your blog to your default SquareSpace blog page. If your default blog page is not connected to a page on your site, see here for guidance on setting it up.

Who will be listed as the blog author for my blogs?

  • Seona will select an existing author on your site to be attributed as the author for your blog posts. If you're using Wix or SquareSpace and wish to change the author name, please contact our support team for assistance.

Where can I view published blog posts?

  • If your blog posts are set to "Automatically Post" or "Approve Before Posting," once they are in the "Published" state, you can click on the blog post and then select "View Live Blog" in the top right corner to see where the blog has been posted on your site.

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