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Organize & Strategically Apply Your SEO Keywords

Content-to-Keyword Map Builder

A New, Convenient Way to Map Keywords to Website Content…

Import your keywords into WebSite Auditor
From any other tool/spreadsheet you're using for keyword research and mapping.
Have the tool match them to the most relevant pages of your site
Based on the pages' content and their Google rankings.
See if the mapped pages need content optimization
Check if the pages are well optimized for the mapped keywords.
Plan your future website structure
Spot the keywords without a proper content match and plan for future page creation.
… Without Having to Manually Gather the Data in Spreadsheets.
"Building a keyword map is what most professional SEOs start any campaign with.
You need to split your target keywords between all the pages you already have to secure your site from keyword cannibalization issues.
You need to make sure the pages are well optimized for the keywords they are supposed to target.
And finally, you need to spot content gaps — the missing content you will have to create to target all the chosen keywords.
These are very fundamental SEO tasks, but (and this surprises me most of all) we keep doing them manually in spreadsheets. With one tool to crawl your website for the list of pages, another one — to see if the pages already rank for any keywords on Google, another one — for backlink authority stats. And endless spreadsheets to merge and analyze the data.
We thought there might be a better way to manage keyword mapping.
Now, fingers crossed, we invite you to give it a try!"

Building a Keyword Map:
The Step-By-Step Walkthrough

1
Import the list of your target keywords
WebSite Auditor comes into play once you've settled on a list of target keywords.
You can copy and paste the list from the clipboard or import it from a CSV file or your Rank Tracker project.
2
Create thematic keyword groups
Working with a huge list of keywords is a hell of a job without splitting it into groups.
If you've already done the grouping, you can simply import the groups just as they are.
Or you can organize the groups right in the Keyword Map interface.
3
Find the most relevant pages
When you click on a keyword (or a group of keywords) on the left, WebSite Auditor suggests top-5 relevant pages for it in the middle column.
When picking the pages, the tool checks:
  • If the keyword is used in the metadata
  • If the keyword is used in the page URL
  • And whether the page already ranks for similar keywords on Google
4
Analyze & pick the best match
Sure, before opting for one of the pages, you'll need to inspect the page itself, check its backlink authority, and the keywords it currently ranks for.
All of the needed data is there for you.
Once decided, simply click Map to associate your keyword(s) with the page.
5
Beware of keyword cannibalization
Targeting the same keyword with a number of pages is very likely to hamper the rankings of all of the pages.
So WebSite Auditor will inform you in case you've occasionally mapped one and the same keyword to several pages at once.
6
Check where you stand with content optimization
After a keyword was mapped, you can click the Analyze page content button.
The tool will check if keyword usage on the page is already sufficient. It will also give you the on-page optimization recommendations to follow.
7
Plan future content creation
Once all your pages have keywords assigned to them, you'll spot the content gaps (the keywords, which lack relevant pages).
Plan for the content gaps you need to cover by simply clicking Add page and specifying the keywords it is supposed to target.
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