SEO keeps on being important to rank higher in search engines. By automating keyphrase and competitor research, you only write content that performs and publishes faster. All in one streamlined platform. 🚀
Start using AI to improve keywords in your stories
Step 1. Create a story as usual and choose when to use the keyword research.
Either start with throwing your inspiration on the blank page to finetune with keywords later, or start with your keyphrase and gain inspiration from the suggested keywords!
Our help article about writing stories can walk you through the process of letting your words flow freely in the story. If you don't feel so creative today, you can let our AI Power Mode take over! Learn more about using Power Mode in this article.
Step 2. Open the "SEO & Readability" view. Here you can track how well your story is doing in terms of SEO and readability.
Step 3. Insert a keyword or sequence of keywords for this specific story. This is probably the most important step since the quality of the keyword(s) influences the quality of the suggested keywords. Read more about how to use amazing keywords:
Step 4. Click on "Start generating" in the Topic Suggestions tab.
We analyze your ranking against competitors by using real-time data, what keywords they use that you don’t, and how you can improve your SEO rankings with the right keywords.
Step 5. Optimize your copy with the suggested keywords.
When adding some (or all) of the keywords, you'll notice that the SEO score also improves.
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Check out the next steps below for more in-depth guides.
What is a keyword?
A (focus) keyword or a sequence of keywords represents the essence of your page or post. It's the search query you aim to rank for with that specific content. This way, when users search for that keyword on Google or other search engines, they can locate the relevant page on your website.
Think of it as a line of words that summarises what your story is about. If you're writing about tips and tricks about preparing for a marathon, for instance, then "marathon" would not be a great keyword, while "marathon preparation" would be better, and "tips to optimise your marathon preparation" would be better still.
How to create an amazing sequence of keywords?
If your focus keyword is something very broad, the results will be very broad too. That means that a lot of them might not even be relevant to your stories.
Alternatively, if you create very specific keyword(s), the results will be very suitable for your story.
Broad keyword: "Marathon"
Specific sequence of keywords: "tips to optimise your marathon preparation"
You see below that the results are very different and that the second one will score better for the audience you have in mind. This will also show in the SEO score and ranking.