Writing in Content Editor is simple and feels just like a game. Once you finalize your customization, you can start writing!
To successfully finalize your writing, hit the optimal terms usage and number of structural elements, like paragraphs, headings, words, and images.
Get an overall sense of your optimization level and how much work is left. You can improve your Content Score by optimizing content structure and terms in your writing.
Knowing that Content Score is a numerical value that ranges from 0 to 100, representing the quality of the content and its relevance to a given keyword, this tab will give you a more detailed overview of your improvement progress. Each of the four sections covers a different ranking factor: Structure, Headings, Terms, and NLP (if used). If you add up all individual values, you’ll get your current Content Score.
This scoring system is quite comprehensive and gives users a clear indication of what they should work on to improve their content.
Make sure your content meets the criteria of the content structure.
The final shape of your article should provide the best experience for your users which is equally important in SEO as the structure itself.
This is a list of all important terms to include in your writing.
You can switch to "headings" to learn which phrases should be included in a heading.
You can switch to "NLP" section to filter out the view and display Natural Language Processing phrases only.
If you want to hide words and phrases that you've already optimized, you can filter them out and focus on other phrases that require your attention.
To speed up your writing, we're turning the auto-suggestions toggle on by default. Content Editor will recommend the words to include as you write.
The best part? Hit the tab button and we'll fill it in for you, which means less looking at the keywords to use and more actual writing.
In case you'd like to write without the suggestions for a while, click the two dots within the search bar to open the settings and turn them off.
Rich text editor
To receive real-time feedback on your writing, you can use Surfer's rich text editor. Our tool supports WordPress and Google Docs integration as well.
The rich text editor is a simple WYSIWYG editor with styling options.
You cannot upload images to the rich text editor. Surfer allows you to include a placeholder though. If you want to upload images to your writing, use WordPress or Google Docs extension.