Do you check the SERP results when you build your content brief or outline?

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Offline bowtiedchukarTopic starter

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Most content brief or outline guides recommend visiting the SERP for your keyword to gather data.  Some examples of data you might get from the top organic results are domain authority, searcher intent, article types, word count, and headings.

When you build your content brief or outline, do you manually click and review the SERP results?

Or do you use a tool to manually pull headings from each site to consolidate them in a spreadsheet?

I’m building a tool to help you quickly analyze the top organic results. 

The main goal is to give you all the headings from the top results, where you can quickly filter, sort, and export them.

With these headings as a starting point, you can write an outline from your unique angle to best serve your audience.

At the same time, you can be sure to cover all of the critical topics Google expects you to cover for that keyword.

It’s in early development, so I’m looking for feedback. Many recent features are direct results of early customer suggestions.

It’s available with a free 7-day trial at newbielink: [nonactive].

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