▷ Boost the referencing of its content on Google thanks to semantic analysis 2020 -
In recent years, beyond the repetition “stupid
and nasty “of the keyword in the content, Google’s algorithms have
evolved to take into account the semantic universe more than this famous
repetition. Today, I suggest you see concretely how
work on this semantic universe to boost the visibility of your content
in search results …We are going to use the semantic analysis tool
offered by SEOQuantum.First thing to do, you must indicate the expression you are targeting and the language worked:

Semantic seo analysis tool

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Then the tool displays a number
information that will help you in writing effective content
on this keyword.

  1. Related expressions to add;
  2. The intention of the user to adapt the content accordingly;
  3. The most used verbs in positioning content;
  4. Questions asked by Internet users during their research phase;
  5. The average word count and other info useful for writing.
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You will also guided in writing.

The tool gives you lists of paragraphs to write, with
for each expression to use.


Semantic analysis paragraph referencing

You are taken by the hand for different stages of

Convenient, you can also download a template
editorial, containing all the recommendations, then send it
to your editor.

Test the performance of its content for Google

Once your content is written, you can test its
performance. Just use the “content optimization” option
then copy and paste your text or enter the URL of your page.

You will then have a score for your content and a score objective to position yourself:

SEO optimization performance score

The tool then lists the words to keep, the words to add and those to use more often. You can then recalibrate your copywriting for a better performance by following the lexical field recommendations:

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also indicates expressions on which you can potentially
position yourself. If you see unsolicited expressions, it is
still time to reshape your content a bit.

Other interesting recommendations: the tool lists the questions that the user can ask himself and the additional content to be created to better position himself by creating a thematic / semantic cocoon cluster:

semantic seo cluster
semantic seo cocoon

Study the competition to learn from good SEO practices

SEOQuantum also allows you to monitor the competition
on a given expression to have an overview on the degree
for optimizing competitors, the number of words used …

To test the tool,
visit the SEOQuantum website

Article written in collaboration with SEOQuantum