Want to be an SEO specialist? It’s easier than you think.

I just discovered this brilliant tool and wanted to share it with you. Most of us involved in marketing have some knowledge about SEO basics. You likely know what SEO stands for: Search Engine Optimization.  Easy.  And you’ve probably heard people talk about “keywords” and “backlinks”. But unless you’re some kind of robot genius, it’s pretty difficult to write SEO-optimized content (ie. content that Google will LOVE) on-the-fly. Until now…

webtexttool_logo_fullWebtexttool takes all the hard stuff out of writing articles that rank well with search engines, which leaves you to simply focus on what humans like: the content.

Here’s a video explaining how it works:

Let me walk you through an example:

So, being as this site is StarterPad, and we focus on helping startup founders grow their businesses, let’s say we’re going to write an article on “startup marketing”.

Webtexttool goes to work … analyzing my seed keyword.  You can see that:

  • Search volume = Moderate
  • Competition = Hard
  • Overall = Very Poor (that’s not good!)

Webtexttool keyword analysis

But not to stress, Webtexttool is there to save the day with a ton of related keywords, many of which have much less competition, so would be easier to rank for in Google.

Webtextool related keywords

Let’s choose “marketing a startup” since the competition is easy and it’ll be easy to use in the article title.

Now we’re taken to a page where we can get to work and really be creative, without having to over-think what we’re writing. Why? Because Webtexttool tells us exactly what to change and why.

Webtexttool writing

In case this explanation is a bit overwhelming for you, let me simplify it:

  1. Enter a keyword into Webtexttool (ideally it would be whatever idea you have for your next article).
  2. Webtexttool analyzes the keyword and gives you suggestions for related keywords that would be more effective to use.
  3. Write the article, while Webtexttool gives you real-time advice on what to optimize for SEO purposes.
  4. The result? An article that will be a home run with the search engines. So you’ll get higher rankings and more traffic.  Boom.

Ok that sounds great and all, but how much does it cost?

I’ve got great news for you.  To get started using Webtexttool, it will cost you absolutely nothing. Zilch, nada, nil. They are kind enough to offer a 100% free “starter” account.  If you need more SEO-pumping horsepower though, they have paid accounts with more features that range from €49 (~$55 USD) – €149 (~$166 USD) per year.  You can view all their plans here.

Awesome, where can I sign up?

Right here:


So give it a try and let us know what you think.  Hopefully you find it as useful as we do 🙂

Kane Miller

Kane has been involved in startups since he was a teenager. Him and his sister started a company called "Curb Prints" going door-to-door selling address signs painted on the curb in front of people's houses. Fast forward 20 years, he has a computer engineering background, but is now self employed, working on fun and unique web projects, doing angel investing, and helping startups find success.