Rank Higher With Keyword Suggestions and Search Volume Data
Take the guesswork out of your search strategy
The art of search engine optimization (SEO) can be tricky to master. A lot of publishers adopt a trial-and-error method in hopes that their strategy happens to align with Google's fickle algorithm. At RebelMouse, we take a proactive approach to SEO, pairing the tools and best practices already available with our proprietary search technology that's designed for keyword wins with every publish.
Writers are already tasked with the responsibility of creating quality content that's shareable, searchable, and monetizable. Ranking high in search is a key factor that makes growth in all of these areas possible. This is why we've taken the guesswork out of choosing the perfect keyword or search phrase to get you onto page one of Google Search.
In our latest update, we've expanded our proprietary search functionality to include recommendations for keywords that are of high value. Through the creative usage of APIs, we ensure writers and editors on our platform are armed with the right information when optimizing their content for SEO.
When typing in a search phrase to target in our Entry Editor, users will now see that suggested key phrases appear:
In the example above, the drop-down list is suggesting phrases that are already performing well in Google Search. The number next to each recommended phrase is its monthly search volume. This helps you determine which phrases are easy to win, or perhaps too competitive to strategize for, on an article-by-article basis.
RebelMouse developers can also set your keyword suggestions by region, so that you can see which phrases are popular in your location.
At RebelMouse, we premiere game-changing product updates like this weekly in our pursuit to improve our platform and fuel growth for our clients. If you aren't publishing on RebelMouse yet and want to take advantage of features like this, request a proposal today and let's get started.
If you're already publishing on RebelMouse and have questions about this update, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your account manager.