Getting Started Using Content Queue For Teams

A new way to manage the posts that get published on WikiRealty.

What Is The Content Queue?

The Content Queue is a new way for admins and account holders to control what content gets created for your account.

In the past, you would receive an email once your content was completed and ready to be published and shared across social media.

Now, with the Content Queue, you will be able to preview the upcoming topic that we are about use to create a post for you. Account admins and holders will have the chance to review the proposed topic and either confirm, request a new topic or provide a link to a story/ subject you would like to be covered instead. After 24 hours, the topic will be auto-approved if you have not done anything.

Once a topic has been approved, the WikiRealty team will begin finalizing your post for publication. You will then receive an email notifying you that your content is ready to post. You will have the option to either publish it immediately upon receiving this email or let it automatically publish after 24 hours.

Can I Request A New Topic If I Do Not Like The One Provided?

You can only request that we provide you a new topic once per month.

Depending on your subscription, you receive either one or two content posts per month. If you receive a topic that you would like changed, and do not want to provide a link to a new topic you would prefer to be covered, you can request that we provide you a replacement topic.

You can request to have us provide a new topic for your review only once per month (so use it wisely!).
You can not increase the number of topic requests per month.

Content credits can only be redeemed by account holders. Admins on accounts won’t receive topic credits. In case an admin rejects a topic, they need to provide a replacement topic/link.

When Will My Content Be Added To The Queue?

If an admin has been added to an account for additional approval, the content will be added to the queue once both the admin and account holder have approved the content or the end of the 24-hour review period, whichever is earlier.

If either party rejects the topic, they can either request for a new one (if credit is available) or add a replacement topic. Only account holders can redeem topic credits. If an admin rejects a topic, they must provide a new topic/link.

Can I Submit My Own Topic If I Do Not Like The One Provided?

You can submit your own links in place of the proposed topic in your Content Queue.

Depending on your subscription, you receive either one or two content posts per month. If you receive a topic that you would like changed, you can provide a link to the story/subject/topic you would like us to cover instead. You will also need to specify the location you would like this post to be associated with.

Note: You must provide only one link to a specific story or subject when submitting your own topic. You can not request we cover multiple links/stories or a topic that does not have an associated link. Both admins and account holders have this option.

Can I Request A Replacement Post Once My Content Is Completed?

With the introduction of the Content Queue, we will no longer allow for replacement once your post has been completed.

With Content Queue, you will be able to have more control over what gets posted before we even start creating your content. In addition, upon receiving the draft of your final post, you have the ability to fully edit the text, change the cover photo and move the location marker for map tagging directly from your Dashboard. As such, replacement content will no longer be available for any subscription.

 

 

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