Choose industry-specific keywords to streamline your next SEO campaign.
Simple SEO runs an exhaustive keyword search by providing trends, bulk upload features, and how-to guides.
Get rid of SEO issues that affect your website rankings like slow-page speed, broken links, duplicate meta tags, and more.
Address critical SEO issues by creating an action plan.
Complete each Simple SEO action plan with detailed step-by-step guides like how-to videos and easy-to-use templates.
Simple SEO gathers and analyses large amounts of data points across your competitors for every keyword you want to rank for.
You will then get specific action recommendations grouped into categories like Content Creation, Web and Mobile Development, Social, Site Content, Brand Marketing, and Design.
Focus on quick wins by filtering SEO actions by category, page URL, keyword, and completion time.
Your actions are arranged in an organised workflow that allows you to track progress, delegate tasks, and create a personalised SEO action list.
CSV exports are also supported by Simple SEO for seamless delegation and status tracking.
Track your progress with Simple SEO’s comprehensive performance reports.
The reports help you discover which measures have boosted your search engine ranking and what areas need further improvement.
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Yes. SEO helps increase your organic rankings on different search engines by performing a series of actions. If your website is on top of the organic search results, this means that your page is designated as relevant, trustworthy, and authoritative to be visited by users.
Whereas for paid search, you’ll be paying for a spot in the search results. An Ad or Sponsored label is usually seen on top of your search results. Paid ads can be costly over time, and once the payment stops, so does the website traffic.
Now, paid ads and SEO can work together to rank higher in search results. But if your budget is tight, we recommend you start with an SEO plan to drive consistent, long-term traffic to your site.