How To Run SEO Writing Assistant On Google Docs

If you're a content writer using Google Docs. Here is how to run SEO Writing Assistant on Google Docs that can make your on page SEO work much easier.

In this post, we'll show you how to get it setup and use it.

Download SEO Writing Assistants Extensions For Google Docs

Install SEMRUSH Extension

The SEMRush extension is a free and simple-to-install SEO writing assistant that gives users the ability to easily analyze their content while they write on Google Docs.

SEMRUSH enables users to get real-time feedback on the readability of their writing, the amount of passive voice used, SEO keyword optimization, and more. This allows effortless optimization without ever leaving the document. With just a few clicks, it'll be as if your Google Docs account gained superpowers.

Edit Existing Document

Opening up a new or existing document in Google Docs is easy and user-friendly. To open a new document, log into your Google account then select "Create" and click on "Document."

You can also easily access an existing document by clicking on the folder icon on the top left corner of the screen and searching for the desired title. The entire process is extremely efficient and intuitive, making it a quick but effective way to get your documents up and running.

Create New SEO Recommendations

To make a new template, you need to put in your target keywords, location, and device (desktop or mobile). When you're done, click the 'Get recommendations' button.

The first thing you will see are the scores at the top. This will help you to see what parts of your article need improvement.

The overview score is broken down into 4 different areas:

  • Readability
  • SEO
  • Originality
  • Tone of Voice

Follow SEO Recommendations

If you want to adjust your recommendations, you can change your target keywords, location or device. To do this, click on the pencil icon next to your keywords.

Then type in new keywords and change your location up to city level, device or language. And don’t forget to click on the ‘Change keywords’ button on the bottom when you’ve made changes.

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