As a Blog Entrepreneur, content is cash, literally. Without content, we can’t run our business. However, blog tools such as Buzz Sumo are mighty expensive on a startup business budget. Unless you are already making bank on your blogging business, you need free and reliable content analyzer tools. Content Analyzer Tools help you build engaging, SEO friendly credible blog posts and increase your SEO Ranking too. Below are free content resource tools that I use and you will love.
- 1 Content Analyzer Tools
- 2 1. RightRelevance.com
- 3 2. Google Trends
- 4 3. Ubersuggest
- 5 4. Semrush Content Analyzer
- 6 Blog Title Generators
- 7 1. SEOPresser.com
- 8 2. Inbound Now
- 9 3. Build Your Own Blog.net
- 10 Headline Analyzers
- 11 1. Advanced Marketing Institute
- 12 2. Coschedule.com
- 13 3. Headline Capitalization
- 14 Related Articles:
Content Analyzer Tools
Content Analyzer Tools help you research trending articles and keyword trends, link building with the skyscraper method, and meta description focus words to give your posts higher SEO ranking.
As a free resource, Right Relevance is worthy of equal comparison to Buzz Sumo. As a Twitter content curator; Right Relevance will stream top trending twitter articles and recommend top influencers to follow. Right Relevance also helps me gain ideas on how to market my blog on Twitter. Also, the dashboard on Right Relevance helps me gather data for my audience on Twitter.
2. Google Trends
Google Trends should not be just used for keyword research. It has other robust tools that all bloggers can use if only time is taken to learn about it. Keywords and data show popularity over time and not by overall volume. Which is an excellent tool if you are doing focused research over a given time frame, comparing decades or generational viewpoints.
The genius man, Neil Patel, has done it again. He gave us bloggers Ubersuggest to help us with keyword ideas for SEO ranking or PPC. Ubersuggest uses Google Keyword Planner for researching organic rank of a keyword or to see who organically ranks on specific keyword search, which Brian at Backlinko states is an SEO generator.
4. Semrush Content Analyzer
Although Semrush is a paid service, it does have a Semrush free trail that you can sign up and use anytime. What is excellent about Semrush is that it offers a website content analysis tool of your website. Just enter in your website, and your site’s analytics will appear for backlinks and the number of organic keywords that appear on your website. My organic keywords on my site were low, under 20. YIKES!!
Now that you know how many organic keywords are on your website, you can work on improving your sites by adding more SEO and LSI keywords.
Blog Title Generators
Many bloggers struggle with blog titles. I may write an article and then change the headline title 5 times before I’m done. It’s the life of an article and how it naturally flows and changes as it nears completion. A headline can either kill or give virality to an article. I’ve dabbled with a couple of free blog title generators to help me think of catchy titles. Some I give thumbs up, and others will give you a little laugh at what titles pop out.
What I like about SEOPressures blog title generator is you can have it generate by person’s name, brand, generic term, location, skill, etc. It usually creates 7 possible titles but will show you overall titles that can be used, which generally rakes up to 1,000+. I doubt that you’ll have time to delve that far, but it’s an interesting stat to see.
2. Inbound Now
David at Inbound Now created a blog title generator that is pretty unique. The blog titles produced are not any I have seen on other title generators. What’s a plus about this site is that David also has a Google Search box that pulls up Google Ads based on keywords. Eureka!! Google ads have keywords you should consider writing in your meta description and peppering in your posts.
3. Build Your Own Blog.net
Is a blog post idea generator that will give you some crazy ideas to blog about. I like to see what titles it pops out and may even consider some to place on my “in the works lists.” However, the feature reminds me of a simple daily writing task to complete. Not a robust tool if you’re wanting to write an engaging traffic producing post.
So, you’ve come up with a headline but will it emotionally sway readers to read it? An emotional headline will draw in more readers to your posts, increase SEO ranking and the likely hood of sharing the posts is higher than average. Below are other headline analyzers that will give you a score on the Emotional Marketing Value (EMV) of your title.
1. Advanced Marketing Institute
The Advanced Marketing Institute will give you an EMV score and how it compares with other articles. It will also tell you what your predominant emotional classification will be. See an example below of this posts titles score. The plus thing here is that you can change your title before it hits press to obtain that desired score.
Coschedule another free headline analyzer that will give you not only an EMV score but also the following
- Power words and phrases score
- Uncommon words score
- Common Words score
All of the above is pretty nice, but you have to fill out some information about yourself to get the results. Coscheduler will also give you a preview of what your headline will look like in Google Search and email header.
You can also tweet your score (if its good) to your audience as a precursor to publishing your article. Oh, the anticipation!
3. Headline Capitalization
At times, we catch ourselves wondering if a word should be capitalized in a headline or not. Headline Capitalization is a simple website to use if you want to check to see if your headline is Associated Press or Chicago Manual Style.
These free content analyzer tools will help to increase SEO Ranking, engagement, and sharing. However, you have to do your research when planning a blog article. Make sure you are peppering your site with high ranking keywords. You can write great content without paying for expensive content analyzer tools and help your blogging business budget.