Using Clearscope improved rankings for The Blogsmith's clients
May 31, 2022

Using Clearscope improved rankings for The Blogsmith's clients

Maddy Osman | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Clearscope

Anytime we create an article that's 1000+ words, we are automatically generating a Clearscope report. It comes into our workflow after we do some initial keyword research and decide on a primary keyword. We look at Clearscope as being an important content optimization step. The alternative is paying somebody on your team to do all this research and they may not even do as good of a job.
  • Content optimization
  • Data-driven SEO research
  • Audience research
  • Semantic keyword suggestion relevance
  • Word count suggestions
  • Great customer support
  • Actionable data in a user-friendly interface
  • Industry knowledge and connections (check out their webinars)
  • Rankings in relevant search after optimizing content with Clearscope suggestions
They're all similar but different. We use Frase and MarketMuse during other parts of our content creation process. I have used Surfer when clients supply reports and think it's also a solid tool. But nothing beats Clearscope when it comes to content optimization as you finish drafting.

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We often use Clearscope for short-form website copywriting projects, but I wouldn't use it for a short-form blog post—but then, that's because I wouldn't necessarily expect a short blog post to be able to rank in relevant searches.

Clearscope Feature Ratings

Keyword analysis
Competitive analysis
Site recommendations
Not Rated
Not Rated
Local SEO
Not Rated
Mobile SEO
Not Rated
Multi-domain support