How to Rank With Your Articles On Google Using StoryChief

SEO Content 2 min read, April 24, 2020
How to Rank With Your Articles On Google Using StoryChief

Creating rich content blog posts is still the best technique to get traffic to your website through search engines like Google and if done right, so the traffic can be massive. When you're crafting content for the web it's extremely important to make sure the copy is well optimized for search engines in order to attract more sort of blog over time.

There are some technical rules to apply when doing so, but all you want to do is write and not taking care of technical stuff, right?

How to Rank With Your Articles On Google Using StoryChief

Cause well, ain't nobody got time for that. That's why we build an SEO assistant inside a writing app. StoryChief. Let's take a look at how it works, shall we?

We are going to dive right into our SEO tool and bring up our scores.

Easy to Optimized Your Content Using StoryChief SEO Assistant Tool

How to Rank With Your Articles On Google Using StoryChief

Login to you StoryChief dashboard

You can get it for FREE, by click here and Dive right into our SEO tool and bring up our scores.

How to Rank With Your Articles On Google Using StoryChief
Readability 79%

Readability Factor

Let's start with the readability factor. It's telling us is that we have four sentences starting with the same word, so we should probably switch things up.

It even shows you where exactly those sentences are located. When you click show right here. Four sentences after one another with the same starting word might be a little bit of an overkill, so let's just change this one up.

How to Rank With Your Articles On Google Using StoryChief
Readability 100%

Now we have a perfect readability score. Let's move on to the SEO part of the tool

Let's put social media algorithms 2020 since we have done our keyword research before. Looks like our focus keyword isn't doing too bad according to our SEO tool. Our score already went off quite a bit. Great. Now let's start over here.

It says our SEO title is too short. And it actually is by default, destroy title.

So let's see what we can do here. Let's just add by platform right here and already at 83% but we can do more. Our meta-description for example. We can just click on this link because the story chief editor takes you right where you need to be.

We haven't specified a meta description. So let's go back to our previous page and we're going to pick up some texts from our story so we can put it into our meta-description. We're going to pick this up right here and go back to the summary page. Which is where to meta description is. Let's plug this right here and see how it looks even better.

How to Rank With Your Articles On Google Using StoryChief

Now we just have these two last ones to take care of. Let's add a hyperlink because it's always good SEO practice to have a couple of hyperlinks in your story.

How to Rank With Your Articles On Google Using StoryChief

And our SEO tool is telling us we have none. So let's add a story. Chief link over here, and now onto the last one. It says, our image is missing an alt attribute, which you can add by just clicking on the eyeball.

How to Rank With Your Articles On Google Using StoryChief
How to Rank With Your Articles On Google Using StoryChief

This is actually quite important because the Altec is used by visitors who are blind or otherwise visually impaired. We're a hundred percent search engine, optimize and readable. Don't forget to put call to actions inside your blog in order to convert readers to customers.

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