Boost Your SEO and Readability with This Free Tool

Are you struggling to get your content noticed? TextOptimizer can help

Marie Ennis-O'Connor
3 min readMay 8


To make your content stand out in search results and attract readers, you need to optimize it for SEO and readability. Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the visibility and ranking of your content in search engine results pages (SERPs). When people search for keywords related to your content, you want your content to appear at the top of the search results, or at least on the first page. By optimizing your content for relevant keywords, you increase the chances of it being seen by the right audience.

However, optimizing for search engines alone is not enough. Your content also needs to be readable and engaging for human readers. Even if your content appears at the top of the search results, readers will quickly lose interest if it is difficult to read or does not provide value. By optimizing for readability, you ensure that your content is easy to read, understand, and engage with.

Optimizing for SEO and readability requires a combination of skills, knowledge, and tools. This is where TextOptimizer comes in. By using TextOptimizer to analyze your content, you can identify areas where it can be improved for both SEO and readability. The tool provides valuable insights into keyword optimization, language use, and overall readability, making it easy for you to implement changes and improve the performance of your content.

How it works

Text Optimizer extracts terms and concepts from SERPs and analyzes the semantics to come up with a list of questions to include in your articles.

Select the search engine you want to optimize for, enter the desired search terms, choose a targeting location, and either paste your text or provide a link to existing content.

Let’s see how it works with the broad term “social media marketing”

And here are just some of my results — the tool returns many more suggestions.

You can use the tool to compare your existing text to the snippets Google returns for that query if you already have a page you want to rank. After scoring your text, it will suggest adding some of those suggested terms to your content.

Why this tool is a valuable addition to your online content strategy

Google generates its search snippets based on which sentences from ranked pages best answer the query. In other words, the search snippets are Google’s best (in its opinion) summary of the topic of the query. The semantic analysis of these snippets and the extraction of related terms and topics will give you a better understanding of what you need to include in your content.


You can start for free with Text Optimizer. Paid tools begin at $60 per month.



Marie Ennis-O'Connor

Social Media Consultant. Keynote Speaker. Digital Storyteller.

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