Revolutionize your workflow with ContentKing Segments

  • October 13, 2020
  • Veronika Martosova

New to segments?

Segments let you group pages together based on any page property you choose. Once set up, you can use them for:

  • More focused reporting
  • Setting up custom alerts
  • Targeting your auditing on specific parts of the website.

Now that you’re fully up-to-date, let’s look at all the juicy segment improvements waiting for you in ContentKing!

1. Check out the new Segment editor

Creating and editing segments is now easier! After a complete redesign, the segment editor shows you all the pages that match your segment settings… as you adjust them! Create a new segment right away to see why we’re so excited about it! If you want to learn more, just check out our support article.

Redesigned Segment editor in ContentKing showing the segment settings and the pages matching those criteria side by side

2. Assign icons to your segments

Getting slowed down as you try to remember which segment is which? Segments have always used color-coded labels to help you identify them across the app. To make that even easier, now you can designate an icon to go with that label. And it’s simple to do! Just have a look below then head to Segment editor to set up yours today!

3. Limit segment size where needed

Have a segment that has gotten a little too, let’s say, robust? You can now limit how many pages can fit in your segments. Here are some examples:

  • Top 250 pages based on GA Pageviews
  • Top 5% of pages based on GA Page Value

To limit a segment’s size, just go to the Segment editor for that segment and click on Set limit in the Size limit section. Curious to learn more? Check out our support article.

Segment limited to contain only the top 250 most viewed pages shown in the Segment editor in ContentKing

4. Manage all your segments from a single screen

Not sure which segments you already have on your website? Problem solved! Now you can see all of them in one display: Segments overview in Settings. From here you can browse any segment’s details (their labels, filter criteria, and size limit), and manage your segments, in general:

  • Create new segments
  • Edit or delete existing ones
  • Import segments from another website (continue reading to learn more)
Segments overview showing all segments created for the website in ContentKing

5. Full segment context, whenever you need it

Need a quick reminder what a certain segment represents? Just hover over the segment label anywhere in the app and you’ll immediately see a tooltip on it with all the segment details:

  • Segment label
  • Filter criteria
  • Size limit
  • Link to the Segment editor, where you can edit the segment in a single click: anytime, from anywhere.
Tooltip with all segment details that is shown when hovering on a segment label in ContentKing

6. Import segments from another website

Just finished fine-tuning segments for one website, and now want to apply them to another? Just head over to the Segments overview, click Import segments, and easily import segments between any of your websites. Check out our support article for more details.

Modal for importing segments in ContentKing letting the user chooser which segments they want to import from another website

👑 Bonus: The most important pages at your fingertips

ContentKing comes preloaded with a default segment of the most important pages on each of your websites, so you always have the pages that matter the most, right at your fingertips! These pages are your crown jewels, so look for a segment with a crown icon and that royal purple color. Go to your Pages to check it out now! And don’t worry, you can change it whenever you want.

Segment label for the pages with the most important pages in ContentKing

That’s it for now! Need more help with setting up your segments? Our support article can help with that.

Not using ContentKing yet? Do your website a favor and start your free trial right now.

Veronika Martosova
Veronika Martosova

Veronika is ContentKing’s Product Manager. She loves talking to our customers to understand their needs and then work with the development team to come up with the right solutions to them. She enjoys working on the intersection of design, development, marketing and business.

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