πŸ“ƒHow to Use Documents

There are three ways to use documents in NeuralText:

  • Blank document: a blank slate where you can use AI assistant freely

  • SERP Analysis: if you need to research deeply about a topic, NeuralText will analyze the top search results for a given keyword (or up to 3 keywords) and returns an SEO content brief.

  • AI Article Generator (coming soon): Automatically create an SEO-optimized article with the click of a button, leveraging the Neuraltext algorithm to retrieve meaningful information from a SERP.

Basic document

Basic documents are meant to be a blank slate where you can unleash your creativity in a quick way. It is useful if you don't need additional data from the SERP.

To create a basic document, go to Documents and Click on Create Document button:

Then select Blank document.

You will be redirected to a blank editor where you can use the AI Writing Assistant. To use it, simply press Tab button to trigger the autocompletion and Enter to accept the suggestion, otherwise Esc to discard it.

Besides autocompletion, you can leverage the power of Neuraltext's AI by selecting a piece of text and decide whether you want it to be Expanded, Shortened, Rephrased, Summarized, Simplified or Grammar Fixed.

Creating a basic document is free of charge.

SERP Analysis (Document with SEO data)

To create a basic document, go to Documents, click on Create Document button and select SERP Analysis:

NeuralText lets you analyze the internet's best content to create curated SEO content in just a minute.

It's like you could read all the top 20 results on Google search simultaneously, understanding the topics, outlines, passages, questions - and more - with a click.

You can select up to 3 keywords to analyze for an SEO Content Brief, and you will be provided with intersections and similiraties across the 3 SERPs.

  1. Click on Create Document button

  2. Insert a title for your document

  3. Insert the keywords (up to three) you want to analyze

  4. Select the language

  5. Select the location

  6. Select the search engine

  7. Tick the checkbox if you want to include related keywords (this will include a keyword discovery straight into the SEO Brief)

  8. Click Create

After approximately 30-45 seconds, your document with SEO data will be ready.

πŸ‘‰ Do you know? NeuralText is able to simulate a Google Search from any part of the world. This is particularly useful when you work in Local SEO.

To localize a search just type your preferred location and select it from the dropdown.

How to choose a good search query to analyze

You need to pick a keyword that is neither too broad nor too specific. Too specific queries might return poor results, while broad search terms may lead to irrelevant results.

Good queries

  • ways to eat potatoes

  • best audience research methods

  • can a canadian buy a house in usa

Bad search queries

  • marketing

  • ai

  • how to make pizza site:allrecipes.com

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