You may be wondering what process you should follow to add the improvements suggested in the Audit report, as creating a new content editor shows a discrepancy when comparing the scores between both tools. That’s because our Content Editor tool only focuses on the article you are writing. Meanwhile, an Audit evaluates other elements from your page, not only one article but everything included in your <body> tags.

So, when you have your Audit report ready, you next want to work on the improvements suggested, such as terms to use, exact keywords, etc. And the best way to work with these results is by implementing the changes directly onto your page. Then, once you’re done applying the changes, you can hit the Refresh button to get the updated score.

Refreshing an audit won’t consume any of your credits. The only time we take credits from your monthly limits it’s when creating a new query.

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