How It Works?

Step-by-Step Guide to Meet all your Content Automation needs using CrawlQ

Market Research

Market Spying Wizard

Now it’s time for you to decide to effortlessly identify all information that you need to find your ideal target customer !

Define “to whom” you want to sell

  • Step 1: Enter the first “Keyword Topic” that interests your Niche and click the “Search” button;

  • Step 2: Review the list of “Relevant Trending Topics”;

  • Step 3: Click to select the most “Relevant Trending Topic” for your Niche;

  • Step 4: Click on each “Hyperlink” to discover the semantics and psychographics data related to your Niche;

  • Step 5: Click any “Hyperlink” sucha as Video Searches, Podcast Directories, Social Media, News, Question and Answer databases, and product reviews to identify relevant information;

  • Step 6: Take “Notes” to market research your “Ideal Buyer Persona” and use them to fill out the details in the “CrawlQ Market Research and Resonance”.

Search Intent Discovery

Automate content creation by completing the “Market Research and Resonance” section

  • Step 1: Click “Niche” and use data from “Market Spying Wizard” and “Search Intent Discovery” to fill in the Information Vector;

  • Step 2: Click on the blue “i” tooltip to read the definitions and instructions for each item;

  • Step 3: Click on the line item (e.g., ““Define your niche””). In the “”_____ “” field, enter only action verbs, nouns, or adjectives. Please read the sample text carefully. Follow the instructions given to get the correct results;

  • Step 4: Press the “Submit” button to save your inputs and move to the Next Category. You can see the progress in the monitor bar;

  • Step 5: Repeat steps 1-4 for all Categories. While working on Market Research and Resonance, you can always continue to use other parts of the tool at any time.

The more information you enter, the better the CrawlQ “semantic intelligence engine” meets your content automation requirement.

Market Research and Resonance

Automate content creation by completing the “Market Research and Resonance” section

  • Step 1: Click “Niche” and use data from “Market Spying Wizard” and “Search Intent Discovery” to fill in the Information Vector;

  • Step 2: Click on the blue “i” tooltip to read the definitions and instructions for each item;

  • Step 3: Click on the line item (e.g., ““Define your niche””). In the “”_____ “” field, enter only action verbs, nouns, or adjectives. Please read the sample text carefully. Follow the instructions given to get the correct results;

  • Step 4: Press the “Submit” button to save your inputs and move to the Next Category. You can see the progress in the monitor bar;

  • Step 5: Repeat steps 1-4 for all Categories. While working on Market Research and Resonance, you can always continue to use other parts of the tool at any time.

The more information you enter, the better the CrawlQ “semantic intelligence engine” meets your content automation requirement.

Competitor Differentiation

Competitor Analysis Wizard

Differentiate yourself by identifying niche competitors either directly in the market or by topic

com) of your competition. Click the Add button to add more direct competitors;

  • Step 2: On the Summary page, study the Headline, Sub-Headline and Main Long Tail keywords that your competitors are targeting in the search engine;

  • Step 3: Scroll through the pages to dive deep into Landing Pages, Readability Analysis, Sentiment Analysis, and Keyword Cloud;

  • Step 4: Analyze the overall Alexa ranking of each competitor.The higher the Global Alexa ranking, the more difficult it is to beat the competition;

  • Step 5: Analyze user engagement over the past 3 months, 1 month, and 1 day. Higher rankings and user engagement indicate greater visibility and greater difficulty in beating the competition.

Create a differentiation strategy based on your analysis;

Contextual Comparison Wizard

Compare URL-to-URL content with competitors and identify gaps or opportunities to improve your content strategy;

  • Step 1: Enter the URL or copy and paste the text to compare against the competitors;

  • Step 2: Enter the competitor’s URL or copy and paste the text to compare;

  • Step 3: Hit the ““Analyze”” button;

  • Step 4: Determine how semantically your page is similar to your competitor’s page;

  • Step 5: Compare to your competitors, determine how unique your page is;

  • Step 6: Analyze readability, sentiment, UI/UX of landing page, headlines, captions, and keyword cloud to understand competitors’ content strategy;

Understand the key phrases that dominate your content and benchmark against your competitors to create a competitive differentiation strategy;

Organic Competition Wizard

Discover competitors based on keywords and identify gaps or opportunities to improve your content strategy

  • Step 1: Enter the most important long-tail keyword topic related to your niche;

  • Step 2: You can enter multiple keyword topics separated by comma (,);

  • Step 3: Press the “Generate” button;

  • Step 4: Inspect the keyword cloud to understand the distribution of similar topics;

  • Step 5: Identify the top 20 semantically similar keywords related to the main snippet of your long-tailed words topic from the top search engine results;

  • Step 6: Check who your main competitors are in organic search for your main long tail keyword topic;

  • Step 7: Understand which competitors have the most semantic coverage of your main long tail keyword topic; You can zoom, autoscale, download PNG files, and more with the competitor chart Powered by D3.js;

  • Step 8: You can improve and refine your search by including more trending keywords and suggested topics related to your niche in the “Suggested Topic”;

  • Step 9: You can read an AI-generated summary of each competitor’s content and also discover your competitor’s top keywords under the main long-tail topic;

Finally, you can identify gaps and opportunities to improve your content strategy to make your content different and unique and cover related topics in-depth for ultimate Topic Authority on Search Engines;

Topic Authority

Topic Authority (Overview)

Identify critical content gaps and find surefire ways to accelerate Topic Authority in search engines.

  • Step 1: Enter the domain name of your website (e.g.,

  • Step 2: Press the “Analyze” button.

  • Step 3: Find the most common essential website text corpus summaries, bigrams, trigrams, and keyword token distributions on your website. Look for patterns and outliers.

  • Step 4: You can find the overall CrawlQ Topic Authority score for your website, which calculates the semantic coherence of the topic on your website.

– 0%-30% is bad.

– 31%-40% is low.

– 41%-55% is average.

– 56%-75% is good.

– 76%-86% Very Good

– 87%-97% is Excellent

but above 97% means that website content is duplicate and represents the same topic over and over again.

  • Step 5: Examine your keyword cloud and observe the general topics that dominate your entire website. Ask yourself questions.

Makes sense?

  • Step 6: Identify the top 10 website URLs with low topic coverage.

Get more in-depth content from this page to create in-depth value-added content for Topic Authority.

  • Step 7: Identify the top 10 website URLs with high topic coverage.

Understand these pages and create a content strategy to continually increase the value of these pages.

Create a content strategy to check the topic coverage across all URLs on your website and fill in the gaps when the content topic coverage is low on average

What is Topic Authority- Semantic Score?

  1. Topics play an important role in SEO rankings. If your website has irrelevant content, it is difficult to rank it on Google.

  2. This ratio is useful for measuring your website’s overall context quality score for consistency and relevance of keywords by your business domain and Niche.

How can it help?

Our machine learning models help you beat the competition by determining the quality score of your content. The color codes below define the results according to the semantic score of the content quality.

What is word cloud and why use this?

  1. A word cloud is a visual representation of the most common terms on a website.

  2. The size of the word in the word cloud depends on the number of occurrences of the word. This means that the more occurrences of the word, the larger the word size, the fewer occurrences the smaller the context of the word in overall content.

What is a keyword frequency graph?

  1. This graphic shows the most common words on a website.

  2. The Y-axis represents words and the X-axis represents the number of words.

Why should I use it?

The word vs the number of words graph helps you understand the frequency of repeated keywords.

Google uses these keywords or synonyms to build the Topic Authority for your website.

What is word comparison Graph?

How to understand this graph?

Each blue box represents a comparison score between two words.

Each box has a coordinate (word1, word2), so it determines the correspondence between these two words, i.e., the contextual similarity of the two words in your website.

What is a Content Gap Table?

The Content Gaps Table shows URL’s with the lowest Topic Authority

  • Topic Authority can be described as a way to find groups of words (i.

e., topics) in a collection of documents that best represent the information in the collection.

What does the red cross sign mean?

The weakest topic authority is a sign that you need to add/edit similar keywords to this web page so Google can determine easily the topic relative to its context.

Topic Clusters

Understand the information architecture of your website by comparing content Topic Clusters on your website or competitor website.

We introduce an interactive visualization system that answers several basic Topic model questions.

– (1) What is the meaning of each topic?

– (2) How often does each topic occur?

– (3) How are the topics related to each other?

  • Step 1: First, the left panel of the visualization gives an overview of the Topic model and answers questions 2 and 3. In this view, the Topic is circled on a two-dimensional plane.

The center is determined by calculating the distance between Topics and then projecting the distance between Topics in two dimensions using multidimensional scaling.

  • Step 2: The right panel of the visualization displays a horizontal bar chart with the individual terms most useful to interpret the currently selected topic in the left panel, allowing the user to answer question 1.

The meaning of each subject? ". A pair of overlapping bars represent both the total frequency of a given term in the whole website and a specific frequency for the term in the given topic.

  • Step 3: The left and right panels of the visualization are connected so that when you select a topic (left), the most useful terms (right) to interpret the selected topic are displayed.

Also, selecting a term (right) will display the conditional distribution (left) between Topics for the selected term. This type of connected selection allows users to explore many Topic-term relationships in a concise way.

  • Step 4: How do you interpret the Topic? To interpret a topic, we review a ranked list of the most likely terms in that topic, typically using 3 to 30 terms in the list.

The problem with interpreting topics in this way is that commonly used terms in the corpus often appear at the top of these lists for multiple topics, making it difficult to discern the meaning of these topics.

  • Step 5: Looking at the Topic Cluster, someone can select a Topic and display the terms most relevant to that Topic. When you select a topic in the left panel, the right panel displays the 30 most relevant terms in the bar chart (ranked by relevance).

The width of the gray bar indicates the total frequency of occurrence of that term on the website. The width of the red bar indicates a specific frequency for each term inside a Topic. A Topic is a collection of keyword terms.

  • Step 6: The slider allows the user to change the value of the lambda, which allows the term ranking to be changed to facilitate interpretation of the Topic. You can set it to 0.6 by default. For lambda = 1, terms are only sorted according to the normal corpus. In other words, the red bars are arranged from wide (top) to narrow (bottom).

By comparing the widths of the red and gray bars for a specific term, the user can determine whether the term is relevant to the selected topic due to its appearance (a high percentage of red as compared to gray) or the probability (absolute width of red).

These attributes of the Topic-term relationship are immediately visible in LDAvis for each subject.

What is topic cluster visualization?

  1. This graphic shows the visual representation of the topic and the keywords that led to the formation of this topic

  2. Circular bubbles represent various topics found on the website. The larger the size of the bubble, the more dominant the is topic compared to other topics.

  3. Click the bubble to see words that refer to a specific topic. Hovering the mouse pointer over the bubble will show a red bar graph on the right-side.

How to use it?

  1. Hover over each balloon to see the word responsible for that topic node.

  1. On the right is a comparison between the total frequency of words and the frequency of words in the topic.

  1. The red bar graph shows the frequency of keywords in a specific topic while the light brown shows the total frequency of that term in your website or document collection.

Dominant Topic Discovery

This graph shows the distribution of topics by URL.

  • Topic authority can be described as a way to find a group of words (i.e., topic) in a collection of documents that best represent the information in the collection.

Word Embedding Graph

What does this graphic mean?

  1. This graphic does the hard work of assembling the same topic URLs together and marking each of them with the same color. Each branch or node represents a URL.

  2. The color represents the topic defined for the text of the URL web page. URLs/nodes of the same color represent nodes with the same Topic.

Topic Keyword Interpretation

This graphic helps you interpret each topic on your website by examining the keywords that come with it to create a specific topic.

It helps you interpret the meaning of each topic in the context of your website. Shows the most relevant keywords related to the topic.

The larger the keyword size, the more relevant it is to the topic.

How can this be useful?

CrawlQ’s semantic intelligence reads the meaning of content on your website. You can now identify and improve content gaps on your website based on the meaning of the topic.

This improves the quality of your content, which increases Google’s ranking.

Internal URL Topic Distribution

Content Automation

Sales Copyrighting Wizard

Make 4x more effective sales copy in a more organic way by Using Proven Copywriting Scripts with CrawlQ Content Automation Tool.

  • Step 1: Select the script category. You can use several categories of scripts designed according to your needs.

  • Step 2: Select the specific script you want to write. This means you can find different scripts in each category.

  • Step 3: Click the “Next” button.

  • Step 4: Answer a few questions that fit your business and needs. Follow the example text to write your answers strictly to get the right results.

  • Step 5: You can also see a demo example: Example Project Click “Fill with Sample Project” and the question will be automatically populated with sample answers.

  • Step 6: Click the Build button. We write a script for you.

  • Step 7: You can download the script and share it at the same time.


Rewrite existing text data to get 10x profit on your sales, fully optimize for better SEO rankings, and emotionally resonate with your ideal buyer persona.

  • Step 1 Enter the text data to rewrite. Our paraphrasing algorithm can change words in topics related to your business domain and use artificial intelligence to reshape sentences to turn your plain text into effective sales and SEO copy.

  • Step 2: Set a value on the bar scale to improve accuracy. The accuracy scale represents the semantic correspondence between the original and the generated content. Leave value 3 for default.

The lower the value of the accuracy bar, the higher is the precision rate but less is the semantic variation. Change the value and observe the behavior of the output.

  • Step 3: Click the Build button. The content is displayed in various sentences in the text box on the right.

  • Step 4: You can download, copy, or email the rewritten content as you wish.

  • Step 5: The best thing is that you can create multiple versions of the sales copy from your original plain text. Click on the Clear Inputs button and create the sales copy you’ve always wanted.

Text Summarizer

Summarizing the content, here is the best AI text, Summarizer.

  • Step 1: Select the input method

– a. Enter the URL of the webpage for which you want to create a summary

– b. You can also enter text information in this field.

  • Step 2 Select the number of words for the final output summary. The length of the content can be selected from 60 to 200 words.

  • Step 3: Click the “Create” button.

  • Step 4 Check the summary text data.

  • Step 5: You can copy, download, or share the results.

AI-Content Writer (Beta)

Do you want to write sales and SEO content? CrawlQ AI Content Writer creates the best content.

  • Step 1: Enter the main Heading (H1) related to your article (e.g., 7 Brutal economic consequences of the outbreak of the second wave of Covid-19 in 2020).

  • Step 2: Provide a short introductory text that more closely matches the main title (H1) of your article.

  • Step 3 You can add subtitles and subsections by clicking on + button.

  • Step 4 At the end of each sub-heading (H2), you can choose the content length to generate the content according to the specified content length.

  • Step 5: You can also enter domain-specific keywords, separated by spaces or commas, to target your content more specifically.

  • Step 6: You can repeat steps 3, 4, and 5 to create a template for your content.

  • Step 7: Click on the Build button and you will see the desired content generated with CrawlQ AI Content Writer (Beta).

  • Step 8: You can upload, share, or copy the created content.

AI-Conversion Optimizer

Learn how to use CrawlQ AI Conversion Optimizer to semantically optimize your content for ranking on page #1 of Google. Now you can beat your competitors for higher conversions for the target Topic keyphrase.

  • Step 1: Enter the main topic of interest or search keyphrase.

  • Step 2: Enter the website URL (e.g., Or plain text

  • Step 3: Click the Analyze button

  • Step 4: Analyze the semantic meaning of your content using readability and sentiment analysis.

  • Step 5: Discover and compare the best Google search results and semantic matches for your content. The higher your score, the better your content will be optimized around topic key phrases that target organic conversions with higher search rankings.

  • Step 6: Amplify the semantic signal of your content for higher search positions by identifying potential improvements through current trending searches.

  • Step 7: Prepare to create content 10 times better than competitors by analyzing competitor Graphs and identifying content gaps and opportunities for improvement.

Read the summary of the top-ranked content and develop your own content strategy to optimize your articles for better ranking and indexing of search results for more clicks, sharing, and higher conversions.

Search Engine Optimization

SEO (Overview)

Get an overview of your Website SEO Health

  • Step 2: Click the Analyze button to measure the overall SEO health of your website.

  • Step 3: Understand your website’s global internet traffic and user engagement during different time frames.

  • Step 4: Check the total number of crawled pages, discover the health of each page based on their response error status.

  • Step 5: Identify and fix the top 5 issues with your websites with our actionable insights and coverage analysis so you can focus on the big issues first

Technical SEO

Optimize your site for crawling, indexing, and improving the visibility of your content in search results

  • Step 2: Click the Analyze button to scan your website for technical audit checks.

  • Step 3: Identify technical audit errors, warnings, and notices and learn how to resolve these issues.

  • Step 4: Find out various missing tags, links, and scripts that help bots recognize your content’s markup and metadata.

  • Step 5: Understand the state of the page and the depth of crawl to see how well a search engine is indexing site content.

Semantic SEO

Optimize text, voice, and video content for search engines with semantic SEO analysis on your website

  • Step 1: Enter the website URL (for example, https: //www.

  • Step 2: Click on the Analyze button to find the semantic patterns on your website.

  • Step 3: Find SEO keywords ranging from simple words to complex phrases that you can use to generate traffic and improve your rankings.

  • Step 4: Measure the quantitative matrices of your content and analyze the gaps in your content strategy.

  • Step 5: Find out sentiments about your content and resonate with your content based on the emotions and values ​​of your target audience.

  • Step 6: Discover the internal linking patterns on your website and gain authority on semantic topics with a good internal linking strategy.

Look for more serious content issues and see why and how to fix them.

Performance SEO

Get actionable diagnostic tips and features to improve web page quality and reduce web page load time on desktops and mobile devices with Performance SEO

  • Step 1: Run the test on your site by entering your website URL (for example

  • Step 2: Click on the Analyze button to see how it works for all audits.

  • Step 3: Show how your site is performing on all major types of devices and browsers.

  • Step 4: Check the delay by looking at the audit for metrics such as first paint and interaction time

  • Step 5: Research everything from using HTTPS to changing the image aspect ratio and gets some great best practice suggestions.

  • Step 6: Check for common technical issues preventing users from accessing your content.

Discover backlink opportunities and understand the worst-performing backlinks that negatively impact your ranking on Google

  • Step 1: Enter your website URL (e.g.,

  • Step 2: Click the Analyze button to understand your website’s backlinks opportunities.

  • Step 3: Finds the low-scoring backlinks that drop your rankings on Google.

  • Step 4: CrawlQ checks for opportunities where the brand name is mentioned, but there are no active backlinks yet. You can get on this opportunity.

  • Step 5: Discover the backlinks and their semantic relevance to the content they point to, cluster your backlinks together, remove items that are not significantly related to the content, and improve rankings.

Schema Generator

Generate semantic annotations and knowledge graphs to increase organic visibility

  • Step 1: Select the markup you want to create

  • Step 2: Fill out the form below to create a JSON-LD markup containing all required field attributes.

  • Step 3: Validate the generated schema to test the markup with a Structured Data Testing Tool

  • Step 4: Copy the generated schema and connect the structured data using it on a web page.

Tech Insights

Get important technical information about your website or that of your competitors

  • Step 1: Enter your website URL (for example,

  • Step 2: Click the Analyze button to find out which frameworks, marketing tools, and automation techniques your competitors are using and compare them to yours.

  • Step 3: Learn the technical skills and tools to know your potential audience before you talk to them. Improve your conversions with proven technology implementations.

CrawlQ Resources (Coming Soon)

ROI Calculator


E-book Templates

Video Sales Letter Template

Copywriting Cheat Sheet

Downloadable Assets