12 Tools to Improve Your Blog Content, SEO and Facebook Reach
The following is made up of 3 “Business Tips” articles, each of which talks about 4 helpful tools and resources around a specific area of your business. Today, the subjects are:
- Tools for blog content
- SEO tools
- Improve your Facebook Reach
Improve Your Blog Content With These 4 Tools
1) Long-Tail Keywords That Convert – Keyword Keg
Increase your chances of being seen on search engines like Google and Bing. Keyword Keg helps you locate the most popular keywords for your target market. This powerful tool pulls information from places like Wikipedia, Amazon, Google, Bing, Yahoo, and more, then provides thousands of suggestions from one keyword. Learn from your audiences’ pressing questions online with precision autosuggest from Google and data search.
2) Find The Best Topics For Your Niche – Content Idea Generator
If you need a quick method of discovering what the best content in your industry is then this tool can be helpful. Content Idea Generator provides instant results on what is well received by your audience. Simply answer 18 questions about what you sell for your business and gather over 300 suggestions for your blog and social media.
3) Knowledge Management For Your Team – Tettra
Gather your team around creative content curation with this powerful tool. Tettra allows you to collaborate with others whether it’s a small team or large organization. The Wiki format helps you to more efficiently come up with the best ideas without having to wait for someone to respond. Gather information from articles, and brainstorm various topics for your next blog post.
4) Real-Time Search Data – Google Trends
Would you like to keep track of the latest trends on Google as they happen? Google Trends is a tool that provides advanced results directly from the search engine with up to date information on what matters the most to your audience. Gauge consumer behavior as well as featured insights and news stories for your industry.
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Improve Your Marketing Strategy with These 4 SEO Tools
1) Find The Best Keywords For Your Niche – WordZe
Get keyword ideas your audience is looking for. WordZe delivers data on metrics such as search volumes, CPC, the competition and more. Discover the hidden long tail keywords that are hard to find with results that are saved for future use. All of your results are automatically saved — for free!
2) Find Low Competition, Long Tail Keywords – SeoStack
Improve your SEO and content with the right keywords for your niche. SeoStack is both fast and easy to use for free. Generate thousands of low competition long tail keywords for multiple search engines like Google, YouTube, Bing, Yahoo, and Amazon in just seconds. Features include metrics, keyword suggestions, competitor analysis, and more.
3) Free Alternative To Google AdWords – SEO Book
If you are looking for a great keyword research tool for free then you will love this resource. SEO Book provides search results, related phrases, multiple search engine references, and more. Export your results to a .csv file and generate the best keywords for your content.
4) Discover Search Volume and CPC Competition Data – Keywords Everywhere
Get useful insights on Google keyword search volume, cost per click, and competition data. Keywords Everywhere helps to eliminate the back and forth steps in SEO marketing with a simple add-on extension for both Firefox and Google Chrome. Easily find long tail phrases with accurate data results for free on websites including eBay, YouTube, Etsy, Google search, Amazon, and more.
You may also want to read: Three DIY SEO Tools for Your Content Marketing Strategy
Use These 4 Facebook Tools to Increase Your Reach
1) Track Social Conversations and Trends – Social Studio
Listen and engage across multiple social media channels, including Facebook. Social Studio from Salesforce is software that will help your business to reach more Fans, attract prospects, and improve your customer relations. Gather important data while handling comments and questions at the same time. In time you will discover the posts that mean the most to your audience, which will help your business convert more leads.
2) Run Visually Appealing Contests – Gleam
Put together the right giveaway for your brand with attractive graphics. The Gleam widget can be shared right on your blog and on social media with beautiful designs and a choice of templates to best fit your campaign. It is integrated with Facebook, Instagram, Eventbrite, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, and more. Choose either images or video to attract the most attention for your contests.
3) Professional Images For Posts – Compfight
A great way to reach more people and attract new Fans is to use high-quality images that stand out from the rest. Compfight quickly helps you find just the right photo for your next post or ad. The tool taps right into Flickr with results for free videos or images you can download right away. Choose either a commercial license or creative commons — be sure to leave an attribution where asked.
4) Create Interactive Videos and Images – Thinglink
A good way to build visibility for your brand on Facebook is to upload direct videos or images that speak to them directly. Thinglink is a powerful tool that you can use to easily augment your visual content and really stand out from the rest. Features include image tagging as well as 360º views for panoramic visuals. The easy to use editor can be accessed anywhere from a computer or smart device.
You may also want to read: Facebook Advertising Has Got Better And Easier
Do you have any experiences with the above tools that you’d like to share? Are there any tools in the above categories which you think our readers should know about? Have you made any new tool discoveries that you feel are about to take off and would like to share with others? Please leave your comment, below.
This is a curation of 3 Business Tips posts which originally appeared on susangilbert.com. They are republished here with permission.
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