Content Optimization Tools

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Information about Content Optimization Tools

Published on June 13, 2019

Author: rudymie07

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1. Benefits of content optimization tools Researching about the trending ideal keywords and then applying that information in your content is certainly not guaranteed to bring out any fruitful results and is based merely on assumptions. This is exactly where the content optimization tools become a necessity to use as they give you the ability to optimize your content in the best possible way. That is, in simple words, their hard- work and your results. 1. Content optimization tools boost your content relevancy by optimizing your current keywords and replacing them with the ones that are the most hottest in the search engines 2. If you are unable to think of a perfect title, sub-title or a heading for your article’s content, content optimization tools will take care of everything for you. 3. If your website is not being able to be indexed by the search engines due to some silly ignored error, content optimization tools will analyze your content and find for the broken urls, title tags, meta tags and anything which is imperfect 4. These tools literally beautify your web pages to the search engines and efficiently improve your page rankings

2. CONTENT OPTIMIZATION TOOLS Can I Rank CanIRank.com provides a nice breakdown of how your page compares to the first page competition (inducing domain authority, page authority and on-page SEO metrics). === EpicBeat EpicBeat analyzes successful content in your industry and tells you what tends to work well. === Gogretel With Gogretel, you can get an instant look at whether or not your website follows Google webmaster guidelines. === Impactana Impactana is like using a souped up version of BuzzSumo. It’s still in beta so there are a few bugs here and there. But this is shaping up to be a winner. === Keys4Up Keys4Up is a related keywords research tool for finding relevant correlated keywords for any niche or topic. ===

3. LSIGraph LSI Graph is a handy LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) keyword generator. Enter a keyword and get a list of terms that you can sprinkle into your content. === MarketMuse MarketMuse is advanced content analysis tool (similar to Scribe by Copyblogger). Market Muse scans your content and compares it to similar content on the web. If it finds that other people mention a keyword that you don’t, it tells you about this “content gap”. === nTopic nTopic is a “content relevancy” tool. In other words, it scans your content and gives you suggestions to make your post more SEO-friendly. Comes with a WordPress plugin that’s helpful for quickly analyzing and updating your content to boost its on-page SEO. === onpage.org Onpage.org has a TD*IDF analysis. TD*IDF identifies keywords that pages ranking for your target keyword tend to use. These terms are excellent LSI keywords that you can sprinkle into your content to bump up your on-page SEO.

4. === Positionly Positionly is a rank tracking tool that also does page-by- page SEO analysis. === QuickSprout Website Analyzer The QuickSprout tool is an extremely helpful website analysis tool. Just connect your Google Analytics with the tool and it’ll analyze your site’s SEO visibility, social shares, web page loading speed, and more. Also provides actionable recommendations and downloadable reports. === Scribe by Copyblogger Scribe bridges the gap between old school on-page SEO and new school content marketing. The tool scores your content based on how friendly it is for people AND Google. I also dig the fact that you can do keyword research from within the WordPress editor. === VSEO Plugin By Squirrly

5. VSEO Plugin By Squirrly is a WordPress plugin that automatically analyzes your content for SEO and human readability. === SEOptimer SEOptimer is free tool quickly analyzes your page and lets you know if there are any issues (like missing image alt text and broken links) that might be holding you back from page 1. === Slerpee Slerpee gives you a preview of how your site will appear in Google’s search results. That way you can see how your title and description tags will look to Google searchers (this is helpful for boosting your CTR). === Solo SEO A worthwhile site audit tool that also does keyword research and on page SEO/content analysis. === Structured Data Markup Helper Let’s face it: implementing structured data markup correctly ain’t easy. So why not let Google’s tool lend a

6. hand? Google’s free tool helps you build proper schema markup quickly and without any fuss. === Text Tools Text Tools is an advanced LSI keyword tool. It scans the top 10 results for a given keyword and shows you which terms they tend to use. If you sprinkle these same terms into your content, it can boost your content’s relevancy in the eyes of Google. You can also compare your content to the top 10 to uncover LSI keywords that your content might be missing. === TrendSpottr TrendSpottr shows you content that’s trending on Twitter. So if you want to do some newsjacking or get your hands a hot topic, this tool can help you do it. === Upcity Upcity is one part SEO tool and one part online marketing course. This means that instead of getting a list of fancy charts and error messages, the tool tells you how to get on the right track. This is perfect for small business owners that do DIY SEO. === YoRocket

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