There are various ways you can find the best content using ContentIdeas.io.
Search by Keyword
This method is pretty straightforward and lets you search content by simply entering the relevant queries in the search box using keywords. You can search for an exact phrase by enclosing the keyword in double-quotes for example “digital marketing.”
Website search gives you an option to search for the top-performing content on a specific website.
For example, you can search the top articles on forbes.com by simply typing “forbes.com” in the search box, and ContentIdeas will show you the top articles sorted according to the selected filter.
You also have the option to search for specific topics on a specific website. For example, if you want to search for articles related to “entrepreneurship” on “forbes.com”, your search query would be “forbes.com entrepreneurship.”
Remove Irrelevant results
You can remove irrelevant results from the search results by placing the “-” operator before the keyword or topic you want to exclude from the search results. For example, if you want to search for articles related to marketing but you want to exclude search results that are related to SEO, then your search query would be “marketing -seo”.
Search for multiple keywords
ContentIdeas also gives you an option to search for multiple keywords at once using “OR” and “AND” operators.
For example, if you want to search for articles related to “social media” and “content marketing” then your search query would be “social media AND content marketing”. Similarly, if you intend to find search results related to either of these topics, then your search query would be “social media OR content marketing”.
Search by author
You can also find articles or content by the author using author:'author name'.
For example, if you want to find articles authored by writer John Doe, then your search query would be author:'john doe'.
Search by sharer
ContentIdeas also lets you find content shared by different influencers using simple @influencerusername.
For example, you can find all the articles shared by Elon Musk by typing in the query @elonmusk.