As a content writer, I can honestly say that tools are what get my job done. I found GDoc SEO Assistant by accident, actually.
I’ve been using it for a month now and I wanted to share my experience with other bloggers in the content world.
If you don’t know a lot about SEO, this little helper tool will just do the job for you. If you do know SEO, this tool will still help you! It helped me, and I know some stuff.
Here’s how it works along with my review on Google SEO Assistant:
It’s an add-on in the Google Docs suite. It’s free.
Here’s what it includes:
- SEO Score – instantly know how well optimized your content is.
- SEO Suggestions – receive real-time suggestions to optimize your content.
- Related Keywords – improves the semantic relevancy of your content.
- Keyword Data – help with keyword search volume, trend, and competition.
Here’s where to get GDoc SEO Assistant.
Head over to Google Workspace Market and find GDoc SEO Assistant.
Click the blue install button and it will prompt you to open your Gmail.
Once you’ve approved, open a Google Doc and look for Add-ons.
Click Show. This will enable it whenever you’re ready.
Here’s how it all works.
Here’s how GDoc SEO Assistant works.
Once you’ve installed it in your GDocs, it lives there. When you click, Show…this will populate it on the right side of your document.
Plug in your keyword to generate relevant SEO suggestions and related keywords.
You can optimize your content based on the suggestions provided.
Use related keywords to analyze and improve your content for better SEO.
Get help with target keywords, including search volume, trend, and competition. This will give you insights on how to choose the best keywords for your blogs.
Here’s how GDoc SEO Assistant helped me.
Since I am a medium-level SEO and content marketer, I know a little bit about everything. But I don’t know it all.
GDoc SEO assistant helped me with the things I “missed”. The secondary things that really help boost your content to the next level.
It helped me with my secondary keywords, the details in the images, the density of the words…and even semantics.
It thinks for me when I am tired and have been writing for hours. Like a little helpful friend saying, “oh you missed a spot”!
You are not perfect. And you’re writing isn’t either. Sorry, not sorry!
But with tools like this, you can get on Google’s good side and make some waves.
CBCInked Wrap Up: GDoc SEO Assistant Review
If you’re anything like me, you doubt everything you write. You’re scared it’s not good enough or if it will even make a difference.
I’m here to tell you to keep writing.
But also, use the tools to help you become a better writer. One day, you will make a habit of these things, until then – rely on the tools.
My advice is open it when you need it and use it when you’re stuck.
Either way, keep writing and bettering yourself. You got this!