Lets you create a content inventory right in the WordPress Edit screens. You can mark content as redundant, outdated, trivial, or in need of a review.
Lets you create a content inventory right in the WordPress Edit screens, similar to the process you might use to assess your site's content in a spreadsheet. You can mark content as redundant, outdated, trivial, or in need of a review for SEO or style. These content status labels work just like categories, so you can remove the built-in ones and add your own if you like. You can also assign a content owner (distinct from the original author) and keep internal notes. The IDs are revealed on the Edit screens so you can keep track of your content even if you change titles and permalinks. The plugin supports custom post types as well as posts, pages, and media files.
There's an Overview report under the Dashboard menu that shows you which posts/pages/attachments/etc. need attention, sorted by user. This screen also lets you export a CSV file of the audit report.
The plugin creates three new filters on the Edit screens: author, content owner, and content status. This should make it easy to narrow your focus to just a few pages at a time.
You can display the audit details to logged-in editors on the front end if you want, either above or below the content. You can style the audit message with custom CSS.
If you want to see sparklines from Google Analytics, also install the Google Analytics Dashboard plugin. This will give you some idea of how popular an article is, which might influence your decisions.
New: you can now clear data from past audits and start over!
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