I’ve been using the Scribe SEO plugin for a while now, and I’m a bit embarrassed that I haven’t shared it with you sooner. It works hand-in-glove with The Thesis Theme for WordPress or with the All-in-One SEO plugin and helps you improve the search engine optimization of the blog post you’re currently working on or have already written.
How Scribe Works
You enter your optimized title and description into the fields created by Thesis or the program of your choice, click a button, and Scribe analyzes your writing for search engine optimization and makes suggestions on how to improve it. After you’ve made your changes, you click on the button again to see if you did indeed improve it.
How to Create Compelling Content that Ranks Well in Search Engines
Scribe includes a tab that outlines the basic principles of search engine optimization (SEO), which I always felt was valuable in and of itself. But what motivated me to finally tell you about Scribe is that Brian Clark, known as Copyblogger and one of the partners behind Scribe SEO LLC, has written a free, 28-page report that he calls “the most comprehensive guide to the entire SEO copywriting process I’ve ever seen given away for free.” I’ve certainly read a lot of what he writes in this report elsewhere, but never so much information in one place, and never organized so clearly. As Brian tells it, “the report basically spends 24 pages educating people on the entire SEO copywriting picture. The report then moves into why and how Scribe was developed, [and] how Scribe makes on-page SEO simple.”
Try Scribe. You have nothing to lose, and a lot to gain
Yes, it’s going to try to persuade you that Scribe will help you optimize your writing for search engines. Frankly, there’s plenty in the report to help you understand what SEO is all about, and if you’re a good writer, that may be all you need. But since you can use Scribe for 30 days and then return it for your money back, why not take it for a spin? It will help you know if you truly are writing your content in the most effective manner, and may teach you a thing or two. You may decide, like I did, that it’s worth having, just to keep you on your toes.
Still Not Convinced?
The report is free. It does not require any kind of registration, not even providing an email address. You could probably read it in your browser and not download it at all.
Here’s a sampling of what it covers:
- How do search engines work?
- Why you have to spoon feed search engines
- The 5 essential elements of search engine keyword research
- How to create cornerstone content that Google loves
- Five link building strategies that work
- Five areas to focus on for effective SEO copywriting
- How to make SEO copywriting simple