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SEO Writing Tools to Earn More Traffic from Google


Jun 25, 2020

Even though today Google understands us better than ever before (that goes for every day, by the way), creating content that ranks is about much more than just writing a good copy.

Sure, you still need to write a good copy.

Plus do your keyword and competitor research, and optimize the HTML tags, and use schema – the list goes on to 700 points.

The tools presented here will help you keep track of all the moving parts.

Every tool here is a trusted ally, taking care of your content’s optimization, readability, or both at the same time.

All-In-One SEO & Writing Tools

1. SEMrush Writing Assistant


SEMrush is one of the mainstays of the SEO industry in general.

In their Writing Assistant, simply enter the keywords you’re looking to rank for, and start typing your text.



SEMrush breaks your text down to 4 main areas:

·  SEO

·  Originality

·  Tone of voice

·  Readability

It then provides you with advice on how to improve each of these elements.

Writing Assistant pulls on SEMrush’s formidable SEO resources to give you optimization advice.

From reminding you to add your target keywords to your title, to suggesting additional keywords to enrich your text, you’ll be covered.


Some of the features of the Writing Assistant are available for free. But in order to get some advice on writing a better copy, as well as some in-depth SEO data, you’ll need a Guru plan costing $199.95/mo.

2. Yoast’s Real-Time Content Analysis




Yoast is easily the biggest SEO plugin for WordPress in the world right now. It has SEO content creation tool combinationof SEO advice and writing processor fearure.

 Like SEMrush’s Writing Assistant, it’s a cloud service, so you can hop in at any time and start writing. Unlike Writing Assistant, though, Yoast gives you free SEO advice in spades.

Using Yoast’s Real-Time Content Analysis, you can create and edit your perfect title and meta description, and immediately see how they’ll look on the SERP.

Combined with some integrated on-page analysis, it is one of the best tools for on-the-fly text analysis and editing.


Using Yoast’s Real-Time Content Analysis is free. Getting your SEO content score using Yoast will not cost you a penny, and you are free to do so as often as you wish.

3. WebSite Auditor’s Content Editor


Content Editor, in essence, is a word processor enhanced by the SEO capabilities of WebSite Auditor (disclosure: this is a tool built by my company SEO PowerSuite).

When filling out your title and meta description, you get a sample SERP. You’ll see how your Title and Meta description will look, and get a view of how your biggest niche competitors fill out theirs. That way, you’ll be able to adjust your HTML tags to follow the best SEO practices.

There’s a keyword counter always available, letting you check if you’ve added all of your target keywords.

The page you’re writing is also being continually audited for on-page SEO issues, and you’re presented with the problems you’ve overlooked and the best ways to solve them.

And as competitor research is crucial for proper content creation, you’ll also have an automatically curated and fully customizable list of niche competitors at hand.




As a module in WebSite Auditor, Content Editor is available in the free version of the software.

4. KWFinder


It is one of the best tools that uses for “SEO Writing”. What makes it a great tool for keyword research is not just that it provides a bunch of keyword suggestions.

What makes it great is that it provides you with some in-depth keyword data like precise search volume, CPC costs, and how the popularity of your chosen keyword changed over time.

It will also give you an overview of the current SERP for your keyword, giving you an opportunity to steal the SEO methodology from the best.


The Basic plan is $49/month for 100 keyword lookups a day, Premium is $69 for 500 keywords, and Agency will run up a bill of $129/month for 1,200 keywords a day.



There’s also a free 1o-day trial available.

5.Keyword Density Checker


Small SEO Tools’ Keyword Density Checker was created specifically to help us avoid the pitfalls of keyword stuffing.



The tool works in a straightforward way: you add your text (up to 2,000 characters) or a URL. The tool then runs the page in question through the program and gives you a detailed report on your SEO writing.

You get a breakdown of your most prevalent keywords, and whether you put them in your HTML tags.

Most importantly, the keywords you’ve used will be listed along with their density, so that you can easily avoid overstuffing your page and suffering penalties.

This helps you rework what your page is “about” in the eyes of the search engine by taking out the keywords with high density that are stealing your target keywords’ thunder.


Small SEO Tools’ Keyword Density Checker is free for anybody.

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