How to Use TextOptimizer to Increase Your Search Traffic

My abilities with search engine optimization are rudimentary. I understand the theory and the necessary information. I can use the Yoast SEO plugin, and I know the importance of content. I can also implement a simple keyword search before writing content to find the best angle to take with the article or blog.

I currently manage blog and article content strategy for customers but managing the web traffic afterwards is not part of my purview. Regardless, I look for ways to increase web traffic. I have very little control, however. I can’t change their blog themes or upload speed. My one area of tweaking is in the content itself.

TextOptimizer is perfect for my needs. TextOptimizer is designed to do exactly what it says – optimize your text. TextOptimizer is ideal because you no longer must, what they call, “publish and pray.” Now you have a better understanding of how your content will fair before you post it.

Search engines break your content down by the various types of search intent (buy, go, learn, compare, etc.). They analyze your purpose through an intent table. Your resulting position in search results is determined by how well your content matches your possible intent.

Using TextOptimizer, you upload your query (and optionally your written text), and the program extracts the intent table search engines use by utilizing snippets and semantic analysis to classify them. TextOptimizer then relays to you whether your content is optimized to the appropriate intent table and if not, the program recommends changes to make your content fit.

How Does TextOptimizer Work?

TextOptimizer is a valuable web tool that analyzes your written content and informs you of its SEO potential. Using search engine intent tables, TextOptimizer tells you how well your text will rank in search results. The program gives constructive feedback allowing you to publish well-researched and optimized content that ranks well.

TextOptimizer URL analysis

TextOptimizer uses Google’s search result pages to scrutinize your core keyword. The tool extracts search snippets from your core search query and analyzes semantics to find other related terms and concepts from those snippets.

The program then provides the list of terms it found and directs your optimization process pushing you to add those related terms and analyzing your new text again to give you an idea of how far you progressed optimizing your content. The tool will also let you see which types of audience are likely to find your content useful which may be quite eye-opening:

TextOptimizer audience analysis

Fundamentally, the web tool provides guidelines on how to write better content.

The full process is to:

  • Come up with the core keyword you want to rank high for in Google
  • Put in the keyword into TextOptimizer.
  • TextOptimizer generates a list of terms that allow you to match Google’s expectations better
  • Choose 20 to 25 of the words and insert them naturally to your text. You don’t want the article to sound awkward, so make sure you enter them as naturally as possible.

The benefits of using TextOptimizer are that the program suggests terms, topics, and questions you might not think of on your own. This insight allows you to write better content not only for SEO but for your reader.

TextOptimizer gives you the chance to improve the quality of your writing.

The editorial suggestions can even provide new topics for future blogs and articles.

textoptimizer questions

Does TextOptimizer Increase Rankings and Traffic?

The simple answer is, yes. TextOptimizer, when used correctly, will increase your rankings and organic traffic. In my own experience, TextOptimizer increased organic search traffic within a handful of weeks.
Here’s my own result after using TextOptimizer for a couple of my articles:


[As you can see, TextOptimizer almost doubled my organic search visibility and I’ve been only using it for a couple of months]

Couple TextOptimizer with regular content updates, social media awareness, and consistent blogs and your search engine visibility is sure to rise.

By Kate Summers

Kate Summers is a social media marketer who recently embarked on a freelancing career. Now she is trying to figure out being her own boss and loving it so far!