Considering how much I actually write, I am going to check into this deeper tonight. I do like writing the things I like the most so I would like to apply SEO to those topics.GenYguy wrote:I was trying to find a new summary tool when I kept getting the annoying message "this summary cannot be found" on smmary.com.
Turns out there are a LOT of these summarizing tools online. Stumbled on this little gem. http://www.maketecheasier.com/5-useful- ... es-online/ check it out, check out the other free summarizing websites if you get the message "this summary cannot be found" on any of the tools!
Unfortunately a couple of the tools seem to have disappeared now, but I'm sure glad I read the comments, because that's how I found out about cruxbot. This tool is AMAZING! http://www.cruxbot.com/
It's not just helpful for SEO writing, it's a good tool for helping to overcome information overload from this information age that we live in. Their beta version is free, do yourself a favor and check it out... It's useful for anyone who surfs the web for information. They explain how it works and all the features available better than I could.
For SEO writing purposes, it's pretty useful.. and convenient. It summarizes some articles/information (I say some because it doesn't do it for every article.. much to my annoyance, it doesn't do it for a lot of articles on Ezine, but I think it does for the longer ones), right from your browser. I downloaded it as an addon for Firefox. Was super easy.
For example, I needed to write an article related to plumbing. I went to the plumbing category on Ezine and found an interesting article there about fireplaces. This article was about 800 words. Cruxbot summary was almost 500 words after I focused the summary on the word "fireplace" (it actually highlights all of the important information in the summary AND the article in your browser). My article was right in front of me. All I had to do was use the information laid out here http://greatleapstudios.com/blog/copywr ... -websites/ to make it unique, rewriting ideas, not content... because every idea that you can imagine already exists, but great CONTENT for those ideas may not exist.. yet. And "great content" is subjective anyway, so you can always expect a demand for content in the future for old and new ideas. Being a writer can always be lucrative...
On a related note, this article was also kind of helpful. Not so much for me, but for people who are just starting a career in writing it might be beneficial. Few helpful tips about writing quickly. http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/tips-trick ... ssionally/
Thanks for updating this thread and good luck with your future success.