The most comprehensive source for SEO copywriting is this. In this brand-new guide, you’ll discover how to produce content that users and search engines will value.

Let’s get started now:

Chapter1: Introduction to SEO Copywriting

The process of creating keyword-optimized text with a focus on both search engine algorithms and human users is known as SEO copywriting. Writing material that Google can understand is known as SEO copywriting. Additionally, that content must be the kind of material that users will want to read, link to, and share.

Hence, if you only write material for Google, it may sound extremely artificial. But, if you only write material for readers, your page is likely to lack essential search terms.

Chapter2: Use SEO Copywriting to Boost UX Signals

“UX Signals” is one of the most used buzzwords in SEO right now. Google uses bounce rate, time on site, and pogo sticking to gauge the quality of content.

SEO specialists concur that content with strong UX cues ranks higher. The inverse is also true; poorly designed content will have difficulty ranking. And in this chapter, Chapter 2, you’ll discover how SEO copywriting can assist with UX optimization.

Structure Your Content The Right Way

There are two possibilities when someone visits your website from a search engine:

  1. They immediately depart.
  2. They remain and continue reading.

And when visitors to your page cling to it like superglue, Google believes:

“This page is fantastic. Let’s improve its ranking. But what happens when users abandon your website rapidly? You’ll be dropped by Google like a stone.

So, what exactly are Bucket Brigades?

Old-school copywriting techniques like bucket brigades were initially created for use in sales letters. Bucket Brigades has been modified for SEO content. And they function Really well.

Chapter3: Optimize Your Content with SEO Copywriting

It’s no secret that “adding keywords to your content” is still an important SEO best practice. SEO copywriting today is MUCH more than just using your target key phrase a handful of times on each page.

To rank for competitive keywords in 2023, you need to use advanced SEO copywriting strategies.

Lucky for you, that’s precisely what I will cover in this chapter.

Let’s dive in.

Use Title Tag Modifier

The answer is straightforward if you want more visitors from long-tail keywords:

Use Title Tag Alternators. Words that you add to your title tag specifically to rank for long-tail keywords are known as title tag modifiers.

How can you Carry out the same action?

Find a page on your website with a brief title tag first (between 25-40 characters) then incorporate one or more of these modifiers from the following list:

Google SERP (Related) - Nepdoor_
Google SERP (Related) – Nepdoor

There is no way to know in advance which keywords these modifiers will rank for. But, you’ll receive more search engine traffic from them than you would otherwise.

And that’s what counts most.

Use Emotions in Your Titles

According to industry surveys, emotional headlines increase clickthrough rates. The issue is that most of this research focuses on social media click-through rates. This information may not necessarily be based on that may not necessarily base on. In fact, our recent investigation of 5M Google search results revealed that title tags with strong emotional connotations can increase CTR. But just up to a point. 

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CTR decreases as soon as the headline veers into the clickbait area. Your title tags and descriptions should, in the end, have some sort of emotional resonance (positive or negative both work). But, if you go too far, Google searchers will quickly pass over your website in the SERPs.

Sell Your Content in Your Meta Description

According to Google’s own data, compelling descriptions can increase clickthrough rates. It’s important to create a compelling meta description for each page, even though Google doesn’t always show it in the search results.

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Meta Description in Google – Nepdoor-

In this manner, your material will be effectively sold when they DO use your description.

Test Out Questions In Your Title Tags

The same study I just cited discovered that title tags with questions have a 14% greater click-through rate than titles without questions. Now: using a question in every title tag is obviously not a good idea.

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Questions in Title Tag – Nepdoor

However, it merits investigation. For instance, the #1 result for “content writing” uses a question in its title.

Chapter5: Create Your Own Keywords

I’m going to share one of my all-time favorite SEO copywriting techniques in this chapter i.e Creating unique keyword phrases.

This one tactic has immediately resulted in thousands of visitors to my site and hundreds of backlinks. And I’m going to demonstrate it for you today.

Creating Own Keywords will Help SEO

You most likely come up first in a Google search for your brand name.

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Nepdoor Search Ranking- Nepdoor

Your brand is a keyword, even though you might not have realized it. When you brand your approaches and strategies, you can earn a ton of extra organic traffic.

But, generating your keywords might help your SEO in ways other than just increasing traffic. More backlinks may result from using keywords. This is because whenever people discuss your idea, they will link it to you.

Spread The Word

You can’t just label your approach and move on. In reality, I’ve observed a number of people come up with their own plans. And they hardly ever take off.

Sometimes it’s because their plan wasn’t all that novel to begin with. Nonetheless, they frequently lagged behind in spreading the message. Also, you need to advertise your idea vigorously if you’re serious about making it a popular search term.

Chapter6: Advanced Copywriting SEO Strategies

Here are some of my favorite SEO copywriting ideas, tips, and tools to round out this tutorial.

This chapter will teach you:

  • How to make interesting URLs
  • A quick method to increase social media shares
  • How to locate a large number of untapped long-tail keywords
  • Ranking in the “#0” spot for the featured snippet

Make Use of Short URLs Include the Keyword You Want to Rank For

Can short URLs actually boost your site’s position in Google search results?

Short URLs are significantly correlated with better Google rankings, according to our study on search engine ranking criteria. Moreover, keyword-rich URLs receive higher clicks. The essential message here is that you should write your URLs in a concise and keyword-rich manner.

With BuzzSumo’s “Discover Topics” feature, Discover New Topic Ideas

This is a little-known BuzzSumo function that I particularly appreciate.

Just enter a subject idea like you normally would use it. The wonderful thing about this tool is that it gives you more information than just permutations of the keyword you entered. It is not at all accurate. BuzzSumo’s Find Topics provides you with lateral-related subject suggestions as opposed to variations.

Try the Click to Tweet buttons

Yes, social sharing buttons can increase the number of shares. But, they frequently fall short. And I suggest experimenting with Click To Tweet Buttons if you want to increase the number of shares you get from each content you publish.

Include “Snippet Bait” Sections in Your Content

You add portions to your material here that are intended to rank as Featured Snippets.

Snippet Bait sections can technically be placed anywhere on your page. Nonetheless, I favor having them near the top of the page.


If they are so high up, I believe Google gives them a little bit more weight. Also, it provides users with a prompt response to their query as soon as they arrive on your website.

In any case, my research has shown that employing snippet bait significantly increases the likelihood that your website will appear in Google’s Featured Snippet “#0” position.


That concludes my overview on SEO copywriting. Which advice from today’s post would you implement first?

Want to give Spread The Words a try?

You can also want to incorporate feelings into your titles. 

Post a comment below and let me know.

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