Wix Keyword Search Tool Integrated From Semrush

Boost site rankings on Google with the Wix keyword search tool

SaaS (Software as a Service) platforms Wix and Semrush have announced an integration that will introduce a brand new Wix keyword search tool that’s implemented into the website builder. Users may now easily access Semrush’s SEO (search engine optimization) keyword data through their Wix dashboard and utilize it to learn more about keywords for their websites.

The new Wix keyword search tool integration is a component of Wix’s SEO setup checklist, a tool designed to instruct customers on the best practices for optimizing their websites for SEO and obtaining Google indexing. Wix claims that their users will be able to take advantage of Semrush’s 21 billion+ keyword database to quickly identify the best keywords to target for their website in order to increase ranks in search results.

The Wix keyword search tool is provided without paying an additional fee, however a premium Semrush membership will provide greater functionality. The usage quota that’s available to the users are determined by the Semrush account that is linked to their website, with free Semrush accounts having a daily cap of 10 words. Publishers on the Wix platform may locate keywords and phrases without leaving the dashboard thanks to Semrush’s global 21 billion keyword database.

“By leveraging Semrush’s keyword databases and metrics, Wix is giving users the necessary tools to find smart opportunities and improve their ranking on Google,” said Marcus Tober, SVP of Enterprise Solutions at Semrush. “As Organic Search traffic is incredibly valuable, the new integration in Wix can help to grow their businesses.”

“It’s always been our mission to help businesses and search professionals have one unified platform to grow their site’s visibility in search engines,” said Nati Elimelech, Head of SEO at Wix. “We are dedicated to making SEO more accessible to everyone and helping our users to make better decisions that will impact their organic growth.”

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