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How to Use The Blog Booster

How to user the Blog Booster also known as the Blog Post Improver

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Written by Handy Metellus
Updated over a week ago

Are you struggling with outdated blog posts that don’t seem to rank anymore?

Well, I’ve got some exciting news for you.

Today, I’m here to introduce a game-changing feature from Bramework – the Blog Post Improver, also known as the Blog Booster.

The Blog Booster is a powerful tool designed to help you improve the performance of your blog posts. It works by analyzing your existing blog posts and providing you with actionable insights on how to make them more relevant and engaging for your audience.

With the ever-changing landscape of search engine algorithms, it can be challenging to keep up with the latest SEO trends. This is where the Blog Booster comes in – it takes the guesswork out of optimizing your blog posts and helps you stay ahead of the competition.

So, how does the Blog Booster work? Watch the video below 👇

Accessing this tool is a breeze.

You can find it in two places: the main dashboard and the writing assistant section of Bramework.

bramework new improved dashboard

To get started, all you need is the URL of the blog post you want to improve and the keyword you’re aiming to rank for.

How It Works

Let’s say you have an old post on “new tax laws.

bramework new blog booster and improver form

First, you’ll input the post’s URL and your target keyword.

After clicking the “improve my post” button, the tool takes a few minutes to work its magic.

bramework new blog booster content recommendation, keyword and more

It then returns with a wealth of recommendations, such as:

  • Keyword Suggestions: It suggests keywords and shows you how to integrate them into your content.

  • Content Additions and Deletions: The tool advises on what sections or headings to add and which parts to remove for relevance.

  • Optimization Tips: It provides locations within your article where new sections or keywords should be added for optimal SEO impact.

  • Source Citations: The tool also gives you the sources from which it gathered the information, adding credibility to your post.The EASIEST Way to Update OLD Blog Posts for SEO

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