Topic: Copywriting

Any Success With Seo Content Plan/optimiser Tools?

Posted by melschmeelke on 125 Points
Does anyone have experience/success stories using software like Clearscope or similar software to boost the SEO of existing content? Am looking at which seems to be almost exactly the same but a third of the price.

We're quite a small team with limited bandwidth, SEO specific expertise and naturally - too many ideas. Hoping using a tool like this seems like it might help us cut time optimising existing/new content we're writing and increase organic trffic. Seems way more affordable for a small business such as ours than hiring an SEO pro, but still would be keen to hear about any real-case experiences with such software .I'll need to make a business case for this to my manager so any experiences shared would be super helpful. Thanks in advance!
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  • Posted by danwan337 on Accepted
    Instead of a paid tool, I suggest, you can try free tools for on-page SEO.
    Google Analytics, Google Search Console, Keyword Planner, MozBar, WooRank
  • Posted by Mike Steffes on Accepted
    Of course, doing nothing is even more affordable. Too extreme? You can probably get to ~50% optimization by doing it yourself. Or you could hire a professional and get almost fully optimized. How much do you stand to lose by going part way? Do the math and decide what makes sense for your situation.
  • Posted by mgoodman on Accepted
    With most tools, the real cost is in the time and effort you need to put in to learn and apply it. If you don't think it's worth your time, the cost of the software is irrelevant.
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    Hi Everyone,

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    Thanks for participating!


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