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From Google page #3 to page #1 and +240% CTR with TextOptimizer!

There are a couple of Semantic SEO tools popping up with constant changes in the search industry.

Google and other search engines are now trying to understand topics, not just individual keywords in content. That’s what Semantic Search is all about.

Some search engine optimization tools that can help with this are TextOptimizer and SEMrush. Serpstat is another SEO gem for Text Analytics and Keyword Clustering.

Recently, I started off with TextOtimizer. I wrote about it here

So I have decided to share part of my results after using it to help me with Semantic ideas to freshen up some of my existing blog posts.

A good number of these old posts are getting improved results:

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This is an article that has jumped from page 21 (First position on 3rd page) to page 1 of SERPS. A huge leap if you ask me.

You now understand why so far it’s gotten +240% improvement in CTR. What I’m going to do is add more topical relevance, make it longer and watch.

I won’t build any more backlinks to it yet. Though there is quite big competition from tougher domains, I want to see if Semantics alone will push it further.

TextOptimizer Semantic SEO tool is quite simple:

What it does is it scans your article, makes references to the selected search engine (Now it works with Google and Bing) and then brings you a list of topically relevant keywords to add to your post.

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Here are two things I do with those proposed Semantic keywords

  1. I sprinkle some of those words in existing paragraphs.
  2. I create additional sub topics and paragraphs using ideas from those proposed words.

At the end of it, I get a more complete, long form refreshed content.

It should be noted that for the articles I’m working on, I have not added any backlinks recently. These improvements are simply as a result of semantic seo.

More about TextOptimizer, click here and let me know what you think.

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Enstine Muki
 

Certified Cryptocurrency Expert, Problogger and Serial Entrepreneur

Ryan Biddulph

Congrats Enstine! I have noted before; having some sweet and using proper techniques makes a huge difference in SEO. May as well use all the powerful tools in the arsenal to get rocking results like this. Well done!

    Enstine Muki

    Thanks man. Hope you are doing well this weekend

Kevin

Thanks for sharing your experience, Enstine. I’m going to give TextOptimizer a trial.

    Enstine Muki

    Sure thing Kevin. Share your results too 😉

Haseeb Ahmad

Congrats Enstine! For having on 1st Page. Some SEO tools are fantastic to grow your website. Also having some sweet and using proper techniques makes a huge difference in SEO. congratulations for having 1st page again.

Moss Clement

Hi Enstine,

You did great putting hat tool to text and coming out with this incredible result. The semantic keywords suggestions by TextOptimizer are enormous and offers you exciting ideas for to rank your post. Truthfully, I never knew about this tool, but now I do and will give it a try.

Nikola Roza

Great results Enstine!

Your blog is already rocking some decent authority, so it makes sense you’d see a huge jump from making semantic tweaks to a page.

Good work though, as semantic SEO is the future; as Google relies less and less on links
Cheers:)

    Enstine Muki

    Hey bro,
    Been a crazy busy weekend.
    Thanks for the comment. Yes the future is artificial intelligence. People manipulate links but manipulating language will be a difficult task 😉

Oskaaay

I can’t wait to give this a try. Indeed alot is changing and what used to be success are no longer same for SEO than day.
Thanks

    Enstine Muki

    Yes man a lot is constantly changing so let’s follow the change to keep up

Brandon Baker

Great share, Enstine. It looks like a promising method to optimize existing content and rank for more LSI versions. Instead of stuffing the main keyword, we can add more LSI keywords and make the article better.

Thanks for sharing.

    Enstine Muki

    Thanks Brandon for the comment.
    Hos is the new week going?
    Did you give the app a try?

Pascal Côté

Do you have any other results to share? From 3 to 17 clicks with barely 100 impressions is kind of a long shot to prove that anything works… Also, any lasting results?

Also, your previous CTR was about 8%, correct? (3 clicks, 38 impressions) and now it’s at about 16% (17 clicks, 107 impressions); that’s a CTR increase of 100%, not 240%.

I agree that providing quality content helps rankings and keyword positioning, but we have to take such results with a grain of salt when it comes to so little data, it’s easy to see incredible % jumps for a few clicks.

    Enstine Muki

    Hi Pascal,
    Good to have you on this.

    This is not a massive volume keyword and no previous results printed. Note that when I began the experiment on this post, this preview wasn’t available. Again, this is the third week testing so we cannot conclude on long term results. However, this improvement after about 14 days is worth mentioning.

    The point is that adding semantic value to content has some coloration with SERP position.

Ahmad Nazir

Thanks for telling us text optimizer it has great value nowadays. it makes me very informative.

Jibade

Never heard of the textoptimiser tool. I must say your articles are educative, I love them. About the semantic tool I will try it out.

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