Why SEO texts?

Top rankings

There is no top ranking without top content! Professional SEO text makes your users and the search engine happy.

SEO texts = best investment

Our experience shows: SEO content beats everything. It is the most important and sustainable investment in better rankings.

More customers and conversions

SEO texts not only generate better rankings, but also ensure more customers and conversions.

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SEO optimization according to 30+ parameters

Your SEO text will be optimized according to the latest findings. Among other things, we take into account search intent, all available Google data (GSC, Google Search), W-questions, term frequency and much more.

Focus on search intent

In order to generate positive user signals as well as conversions, we determine the search intent of your users in a data-driven manner and optimize this in every text. Google loves this, your users love this!

Target group approach

Speaking of users: To address them adequately, we work with individuals, analyze your corporate language and choose an appropriate tonality!

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Service Beginner Professional Enterprise
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Keywords in headlines
Google Suggest, Related & Google Images
CMS Integration
Term Frequency Optimization
Consideration of Search Intent
Relevant / Proof Terms
Answer Box Optimization
Google Search Console Optimization
CTR optimized meta data
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Minimum purchase 2.500 words 2.500 words 1.500 words
Price up to 10,000 words 0,09 € per word 0,15 € per word 0,30 € per word
Price from 10,001 words 0,08 € per word 0,13 € per word 0,27 € per word
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FAQ: Everything about buying and writing SEO texts

Keywords are the foundation of SEO content; therefore, you first need to examine them. Then, you organize the keywords in a logical order. Your major keyword serves as the main focus of your SEO content as well as a part of the headline. The further information, which explains the topic, falls under this major keyword. Typically, SEO copywriters work chronologically from the basics to the details while content writing. An example illustrates this approach:
Always include your most important keyword in the headline when creating a blog post on a new fashion trend for your online store’s blog. As a result, your page will rank higher in Google and provide people with more information about the subject you are writing about.
Then you take the content from the basics, such as “What is fashion trend XY?” and “Where does fashion trend XY come from?” to the specifics, such as describing the qualities of the fashion trend.
Finally, you could help users decide whether the fashion trend is appropriate for them or not:

  • If yes, you can provide links to products in your store that fit that criteria, and if no, you link to alternative products. This approach makes more sense than going straight to the point of deciding whether the fashion trend is suitable for the users or not.

The purpose is to make the subject accessible to all readers. As a result, your initial step should be to educate those who are unfamiliar with the subject matter. As a result, readers will be able to comprehend more complex information in your writing because of the new information they have gained. If your website visitors are well-informed but not interested in the essentials, they will naturally scroll down to read the more in-depth information.

Include keywords when creating and structuring the content:

  • Insert individual words as secondary keywords in the appropriate places in the SEO text. Write down how often you use the keywords. Make sure you do not use them more or less frequently than your SEO tools recommend, because the search engine will penalize you if you do.
  • Think about a strategy for including long-tail keywords in your SEO plan. Long keywords include at least three words. Since longtails usually do not sound natural (e.g. “drill battery cheap”, “red wine vegan sweet”) it is preferable to 1) use intermediate words in the body text to naturalize the keywords, or 2) write them unchanged in subheadings, where it is less noticeable. Since longtails usually appear more than once in SEO text, finding the right balance between the two can be a challenge.

Recently, the inclusion of W-questions in SEO texts is increasingly rewarded by search engines. It makes sense to compile and answer the most frequently asked W-questions of users either in the body text or at the end of the text in a separate FAQ section.
Except for these hints on the integration of keywords, writing SEO texts is nothing different than writing other texts. Incredibly important is always a good structure: explaining content based on a red thread from the basics to the details and making it understandable for users. The SEO structure slightly differs from the general structural guidelines for good texts. In the SEO structure, you should strive to integrate the most searched keywords at least once each, as early as possible in the text.
At the end of this explanation, only one question remains: Where does the information that you write down in your SEO texts come from? The content of your texts comes from independent research, whereby you can fall back on literature, films, documentation, YouTube videos, podcasts, other Internet pages, and various other sources. Most individuals and SEO copywriters make it easy on themselves and only research other websites, thus not providing users with any truly new content. This is nothing bad per se, as long as the content density (i.e. the amount of information in relation to the length of the text) is as high as possible.
What is important when creating texts based on external content is that the SEO texts are formulated in the user’s own words. This is the only way to create unique content, which is essential for all types of text; if you simply copy content, the search engines will notice this and penalize you. If you find it difficult to create unique content with your own words, start with keywords: If you summarize content from other websites in keywords, you reduce the number of words you take over. As soon as you formulate complete sentences from them when writing SEO texts, you usually automatically fall back on your own words and create unique content.

The price for an SEO text starts at 8 cents per word if more than 10,000 words are booked. Below 10,000 words, the price per word is 9 cents. These prices apply to the Starter Package, our service that includes a free consultation and content creation with keywords in the subheadings.

In our other packages, the word prices for purchasing SEO texts increase due to the more comprehensive services. This covers W-questions, images, keywords in the body text and many other aspects based on our analysis. You can find an overview of prices and services by clicking on this link.

Analyze single secondary keywords and keyword combinations (long-tail keywords) for a main keyword. Use as many programs as possible, or a very good tool.
Think about which of the keywords in your keyword set are relevant for the users. Think about the intent of the users in their Google search.
Take a look at what content your competitors are using to cover the user’s intent.
At the end, organize the keywords thematically because this will give you a structure with super-and sub-topics as well as the matching keywords, which will reduce the effort required to write content.
Depending on which tool you use and what quality it has, the number of keywords output and their quality will vary. Cheap tools for under €100 a month have the disadvantage that the data sets are poor: Both the quantity of keywords suggested and the precision of the search volume given leave a lot to be desired compared to better programs.
You can already determine keywords for a main keyword with free programs like the WDF/IDF tool, but here the important long-tail keywords, which are composed of three words or more, will be missing. Paid SEO tools are the only way to find long-tail keywords in large quantities and with precise search volumes. Ideally, you should use a variety of tools to create the most comprehensive database possible.
You filter out the most important keywords from the database. What is important is that it determines the relevance of each keyword in relation to your topic. But how do you evaluate the relevance? At this point, another component comes into play that is indispensable for search engine optimized texts: user intention.
The user intention is the expectation the user has when searching Google. When a user Googles the search term “battery storage capacity,” they want specific information about the amount of energy that individual batteries can store. Now, if you get secondary keywords like “shipping” and “email customer service” in your keyword analysis, it should dawn on you that these are terms that don’t match the user’s intent. They are probably in the analysis results because many sellers discuss battery capacities in their info articles. However, this fact does not make your keywords suitable keywords for your text.
After you have determined the relevant keywords for your text, you arrange them thematically and start writing your SEO text. The basis of the keyword order is to recognize which subtopics a main topic has and which contents belong to the respective subtopic. Logical thinking helps here; you are welcome to use creativity techniques such as the mind map to sort out which content belongs to which subtopics and how you structure the subtopics around the main keyword.

Google’s algorithm is becoming more and more clever and “human”. Your competitors adapt the quality of their own SEO texts to the rising level. In view of these circumstances, only one thing helps: SEO content of absolute top quality! Ensuring this quality is nowadays only possible for writing-savvy and experienced SEO copywriters. It is an illusion to write high quality content for search engines without prior writing experience or with limited experience. This speaks to buying SEO texts.
Anyone who doesn’t understand SEO or has a hard time writing in a logical order should have SEO copywriting done. SEO text writing can be outsourced by even the most talented writers, especially if their time is needed elsewhere or they simply don’t want to put in the effort.
While considering whether or not to hire an SEO copywriter, ask yourself the following question: Do I benefit from SEO copywriting? If yes, then you should definitely purchase the SEO texts.