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Inserting SEO phrases to text
« on: December 22, 2014, 11:17:13 AM »
I was reading a post today about tools available for content production (it was here: http://www.lcn.com/blog/essential-writing-tools-every-content-marketer-using/) One tool the blog suggested (Writefull) sounded just right for using with TheBestSpinner or with InstantArticleWizard but when I went to check it out I found that the blog writer had not quite understood how the tool worked. He thought it found SEO phrases for your writing but from looking at the video it is more likely to be correcting your writing with better usage, by using phrases from their database or from Google.
BUT, the blogger's post made me think, wouldn't it be fantastic if we had a tool that could insert or suggest SEO phrases for our articles? We could use KeywordSnatcher or KeywordCanine to create a database of SEO phrases suitable for the article we were writing, then the new tool could be used to select an SEO type phrase to insert or to replace a phrase in your article. The video for the suggested tool showed it as a float on top toolbar, in which a highlighted phrase appears, with suggestions for replacement.