Why aim for a minimum Content Score of 75?

Understanding Semji's goals


[REMINDER] What is the Content Score ?

The Content Score is a mark out of 100 assigned to your content. The more you integrate Semji's recommendations, the higher your Content Score. It allows you to measure, in real time, the SEO quality of your content

Why aim for a Content Score of 75 ?

The recommendations are the result of Semji's algorithm analysis of the Google SERP (results page). Thanks to this analysis, Semji has extracted the main topics and user intentions. The platform then draws up a list of the information or questions to be addressed in order to obtain exhaustive, qualitative content that meets the needs of web users. 

If you publish content with a Content Score below 75, you run the risk of your content only partially meeting your audience's intentions. It's possible that a competitor's content will provide a better, more in-depth response. In this case, Google will prefer to position this content at the top of the page, and not yours. In other words, if you publish content with a score of less than 75, you run the risk of undermining your results and missing out on the fruits of your efforts.

On the contrary, publishing content with a Content Score above 75 gives you the best chance of ranking ahead of your competitors and generating traffic, conversions, sales... Your content meets most of the criteria that are important to Google. It's highly likely that your content will be judged more relevant and exhaustive than others. In other words, you've done what it takes to reach the top!

How to achieve a Content Score of 75? 

To achieve a Content Score of 75, simply follow the recommendations for the keyword you wish to work on. 

content score Semji offers 7 recommendations for achieving this Content Score: 

  • Title tag: This should include the keyword you wish to work on.
  • Length: The recommendation is based on the length of competing content. Semji recommends that you write more than your competitors in order to offer rich, detailed content.
  • Search intents: These are used to structure the titles of your content.
  • Questions: These can also be used to structure the titles of your content, and via PAA (other questions asked), you can answer frequently asked questions within your content.
  • Related terms: On the basis of an occurrence, indicate the words suggested by Semji to validate this recommendation.
  • Incoming links: To encourage internal linking, Semji suggests different content on your site on which we have identified semantic proximity.  
  • Outgoing links: These are links to be affixed directly to the content you write. We indicate the number of links to add according to the length of your content. 

Good to know: Once you've reached a Content Score of 75, don't forget to "Mark as Published" your content to track performance.