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SOSeo

Helps you write optimized content

SOSeo

Helps you write optimized content

SOSeo helps bloggers and website / ecommerce owners write search-optimized content. All the usual fields for writing a page are there (title, description, URL, etc), but as users write, SOSeo grades. Are keywords used enough? Too much? Are there any images on the page? Is there enough content? SOSeo monitors all these aspects to provide a real-time score as users type.

To help users craft the best content, SOSeo shows users suggestions with hints along the way. More advanced users can create templates out of their best pages to quickly produce similar work. Users can import existing pages to see how they score, and save their newly optimized pages as html files for use anywhere.

Thanks to everyone who is trying out the beta for SOSeo! I hope you're enjoying it. I know it's not perfect, yet--so your feedback (any and all) is very much welcome and appreciated! [email protected]
Could be a great tool but your site is not secure. Security is important for every site, but for a writing tool it is even more important. Hope you get this worked out. I would love to use it but I'm not sending my writings without encryption across networks.
@publicdoename I completely understand your concerns about security! The site does use the new SSL standard when entering from the https domain (https://www.GoSOSeo.com). No passwords are stored on the server, only encrypted hash values, and all payment information (not relevant during the beta, but when it goes live) is handled through Stripe (https://stripe.com/docs/security/stripe). I hope that addresses your concerns, but if there are other assets that are important that I didn't mention, it's important to look into those, as well!

Admittedly, pages are not encrypted. It's possible to encrypt all the pages on the server and have them decrypted successfully for the user's browser experience, but the site is about creating web web pages to post on blogs and have them discovered--hopefully by thousands of people, so encrypting pages didn't seem necessary.

This is interesting, though. I'm curious what your use-case for the site/service is. Maybe there could and should be an extra feature for users that want their pages encrypted.

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