Is Surfer SEO Worth the Money?

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PM me for an alternative solution if you don't have a budget but still want to use Surfer.
 

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I am a big Lewandowski fan !!! ;)
He's cool but I am a big fan personally of Peter schmeichel for me is by far the best football player who ever lived even when he shoots ball into net better than a fair amount of players at the moment.

I loved that goal keeper who used to do dance to distract people as well

I am asking someone at the moment if I am allowed to get I guess SurferSEO discounts for people or so.
 

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Using Outranking.io for last few days. Works well for the cost since bought as an lifetime deal.
 

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Yup and that'll be a game changer too.

Watch Fiverr etc explode with cheaper content then the price wars will kick in too.

Bossmode is unreal, it runs in the background. I dd a 3670 word article this morning while checking emails, in under 25 minutes.
Grammarly flagged a few tiny issues, then uploaded as an inner page on the site and let's see how many days before that ranks.
Boss mode is that good!!!..?
 

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Boss mode is that good!!!..?

I have it running in the background while doing other things, Grammarly picks up the missing commas or removes the added spaces and that sort of stuff.

It's great for long form content, especially if you have time to plan your content in advance and keep adding in your headers etc.

This is what one guy posted in the FB this morning

"700,000 words processed by Grammarly in a week .
That’s just myself. Not a team."
 

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I have it running in the background while doing other things, Grammarly picks up the missing commas or removes the added spaces and that sort of stuff.

It's great for long form content, especially if you have time to plan your content in advance and keep adding in your headers etc.

This is what one guy posted in the FB this morning

"700,000 words processed by Grammarly in a week .
That’s just myself. Not a team."
Grammarly premium version or just the free?
100,000 words/day is more than impressive!!!!
 

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I have it running in the background while doing other things, Grammarly picks up the missing commas or removes the added spaces and that sort of stuff.

It's great for long form content, especially if you have time to plan your content in advance and keep adding in your headers etc.

This is what one guy posted in the FB this morning

"700,000 words processed by Grammarly in a week .
That’s just myself. Not a team."

That moment when you realise your doing everything wrong.
 

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That moment when you realise your doing everything wrong.
Of course low scale content production is nonsense. We are not journalists who make things go viral.
We are marketers who need to utilize power of the workforce. Nothing else.
 

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All those SEO tools are the same, they telling you how to be like your competition, not how to beat them. I think it's the waste of money
Not even that. They make you think the only type of website content is "blog post" which is about putting a pileload of text describing some questions that everyone knows an answer to. Hahaha.
And it doesn't work. Why? Cause it makes the user experience suck. Users don't find really useful answers to their specific questions, but are oftentimes spammed with general answers to questions that are really for someone who really doesn't know what they are doing, like 5 year old. I saw people answering questions like "what is xyz", "why do xyz".

Search engines and search in general is a stage when the user is already aware of their needs and wantings. You don't really need to attack them with this type of content and insane wordcount. Maybe you think it's useful for search engines algorithms. Well, I think it makes the user bounce. If you want to satisfy the user intent, you must step back and analyze the funnel, so you'll provide what really matters.

I saw so many youtubers and streamers googling stuff and not finding the answer. It's really crazy, especially in countries other than USA.
As a programmer, if I started to google "xyz software price" and was hit by some content describing what "xyz software is", I'd go away and never come back.
Who is dominating under this type of commercial keywords? Stores, amazon etc. Not bloggers. Why? Because they have 1000s of prices listed of similar products on the same page.
Hence the user intent is satisfied to the limit.

You can't just give a generic answer to the question formed by the user.
You need to include all of the possibilites, so their journey ends on your website. It means they don't bounce.

It's crazy that adults fail at such a simple task as satisfying someone's intent.
People just mindlessly create blog content without realizing there are dozens of different things to be done.

Everything that can be consumed by me or you was already invented.
Now as cosumers we must choose the best of the best. I don't think listing 3 random products and putting some summary would be satisfying.
Users come up with long tail keywords. But there is an infinite number of them.

In my opinion you cannot go with a blog to answer every tiny question.
A useful thing would be a system in which a hub is a place of well organized answer collections.
That way the user won't look confused and land on a very general page and get filtered results on demand.
That makes a very specific and targeted user experience.

There are so many variants and innovations to every possible product that it's close to impossible to use all of the keywords people come up with.
 
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I am really impressed with the cool & simple UI of the surferSeo.
 

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It depends on your keyword target.

Based on my personal experience, if I'm targeting lower-competition or easier keyword difficulty targets, Surfer SEO works like a charm.

It blows away the competition!

It tells me how many my articles should be.

It also lays out the kinds of LSI keywords that I should target.

It saves a tremendous amount of time.

But if I was targeting more competitive keywords, though, Surfer SEO might not be worth the cash because, at that point, you're not going to be dealing with formulas and hitting the right keywords.

Instead, it’s all about value, value, and value.

At that level, you're going to have to study your competitors even more closely and take rifle shots as to their weak spots.

Otherwise, you're just not going to make it.

So is it worth the money?

It depends on where you are in leveling up your blog.

If you're starting out and you're sniping at lower-difficulty keywords, Surfer SEO is a good investment all day, every day.

But anything other than that, you're better off using Semrush and your own research skills.
 

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But if I was targeting more competitive keywords, though, Surfer SEO might not be worth the cash because, at that point, you're not going to be dealing with formulas and hitting the right keywords.

If you're starting out and you're sniping at lower-difficulty keywords, Surfer SEO is a good investment all day, every day.

But anything other than that, you're better off using Semrush and your own research skills.
Surfer works equally well for high competition keywords. I'd optimize the content with Surfer no matter what keyword. SEMRush doesn't replace it at all, I use both daily.
 

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Not even that. They make you think the only type of website content is "blog post" which is about putting a pileload of text describing some questions that everyone knows an answer to. Hahaha.
And it doesn't work. Why? Cause it makes the user experience suck. Users don't find really useful answers to their specific questions, but are oftentimes spammed with general answers to questions that are really for someone who really doesn't know what they are doing, like 5 year old. I saw people answering questions like "what is xyz", "why do xyz".

Search engines and search in general is a stage when the user is already aware of their needs and wantings. You don't really need to attack them with this type of content and insane wordcount. Maybe you think it's useful for search engines algorithms. Well, I think it makes the user bounce. If you want to satisfy the user intent, you must step back and analyze the funnel, so you'll provide what really matters.

I saw so many youtubers and streamers googling stuff and not finding the answer. It's really crazy, especially in countries other than USA.
As a programmer, if I started to google "xyz software price" and was hit by some content describing what "xyz software is", I'd go away and never come back.
Who is dominating under this type of commercial keywords? Stores, amazon etc. Not bloggers. Why? Because they have 1000s of prices listed of similar products on the same page.
Hence the user intent is satisfied to the limit.

You can't just give a generic answer to the question formed by the user.
You need to include all of the possibilites, so their journey ends on your website. It means they don't bounce.

It's crazy that adults fail at such a simple task as satisfying someone's intent.
People just mindlessly create blog content without realizing there are dozens of different things to be done.

Everything that can be consumed by me or you was already invented.
Now as cosumers we must choose the best of the best. I don't think listing 3 random products and putting some summary would be satisfying.
Users come up with long tail keywords. But there is an infinite number of them.

In my opinion you cannot go with a blog to answer every tiny question.
A useful thing would be a system in which a hub is a place of well organized answer collections.
That way the user won't look confused and land on a very general page and get filtered results on demand.
That makes a very specific and targeted user experience.

There are so many variants and innovations to every possible product that it's close to impossible to use all of the keywords people come up with.
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Frase will help you. There are many free tools too. Check the features and give them a trail if you are interested.
Good Luck.
 
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