While doing this, you will need to be mindful of what the person asks for. Generally speaking, we want only topics that don't have a lot of content created for them already. You can tell this by doing a simple search and looking for how many sites come up and their type, as these are your leading competitors for our content.
An example of this would be, "what are computer binary numbers?"
This Topic would not be a good one because of the number of sites already ranking for it.
Now take this one "How do you not be ripped off buying a used computer."
One of the first few selections doesn't have a dedicated site niched to answer the question. Quora.com and Reddit sites that show up as the first result are a safe bet. There is room to rank our content.
The rating for the article should be the number of times it shows up on the first page of Google. In the top 10 websites skipping sponsored and advertising articles, how many direct sites already talk about the query in question? That number of pieces is the query rate.
Next, follow this link for our stand operating procedure (SOP) on adding content.