Kyrill Poelmans, a friend of Copywriter Collective in Amsterdam, has designed an SEO tool called Webtexttool. It works so well that I’d like to recommend it to you.
Basically, you load in your copy and it ranks it for keywording, readibility, etc. Now you can do SEO keywording yourself, which is something I know more and more clients are asking for – so it’s an extra string to your bow.
Test it today. There’s a free 14 day trial of the full functionality for Collective members:REGISTER which can be extended if you email email@example.com and say you’re a Collective member.
His main objective at the moment is feedback. Also, if you’d like online training or a seminar in Amsterdam, Kyrill will happily set it up.
Here is some more info if you want to know more:
If you want to be found on the internet, simply writing great content is not enough. There are millions of websites / pages competing. You need to have your content SEO-proofed in order to have a chance to rank high in Google search results.
What is webtexttool?
Webtexttool is an online tool that will help you make your content search engine friendly in an easy and efficient way.
No matter how much you know about SEO, webtexttool will make sure you create search engine optimized webcontent! When writing your content, our tool gives you realtime suggestions on how to improve your content. You focus on the creative part, webtexttool will take care of the optimization stuff.
Save time and create better optimized webcontent. Don’t check SEO friendliness after you write your content, do it on the fly! No rework, no hassle.
Why should I use webtexttool?
– Deliver great content to your customer which is also SEO / optimized
– Always using the latest SEO rules and insights
– Save time and money, no more SEO outsourcing / reviews
– Do the keyword research part yourself, no need to rely on customer, SEO consultants, etc.
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