Webpage.ly uses an algorithm that suggests the most searchable keywords, helping developers optimize their sites for better ranking.
As search engine rankings become evermore important, companies are hiring costly SEO specialists to help their sites gain more exposure and click-throughs. But for smaller startups that cannot afford to hire someone, Webpage.ly could offer an affordable alternative. The subscription platform aims to help web developers make their sites more searchable.
Webpage.ly uses an algorithm that learns how to boost contextual webpage content over time. It analyzes visitor search behavior and page rankings to suggest keywords that enable developers to produce higher-impact SEO content. While suggestions are made by the artificial intelligence, users will still have the final say by approving content for their website. Still in pre-beta, Webpage.ly is currently available for subscription at USD 54 for a four-month period.
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