We’ve included Scribe SEO in a few articles previously:
To recap, Scribe is a paid SEO tool to help optimize your content for SEO, your readers and to help you convert customers. Scribe will help you optimize your photographic content faster and choose better keywords targeted to your customers.
In version 3.0, Scribe added some new tools like keyword and link research. Now, the team at Copyblogger announced version 4 which is currently in beta.
In Scribe 4 Beta, there is a new Keyword Analysis Metric. See how your keywords are doing and what needs more work.
Keyword research is improved and you can clearly see which keywords are popular and which will be difficult to compete with.
One of my favorite features of the new beta version is the headline suggestion tool that lets you see the keywords in action on Twitter and Google Plus. Also included in the keyword research tool is a quick way to see Google Insights for the specific keyword in question.
The updated link research tool from Scribe is also incredible. The tool will tell you just how difficult it will be to get links to a specific page or post, based on the keywords you tell it and the content you wrote. In addition, it will provide some internal, external and social media links that are worth exploring.
The new and updated features of Scribe SEO
are very exciting. I know that we can’t wait to see what else is to come.
Have you been using Scribe SEO? How has it been working out for you?
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