Popular website builder (opens in a new tab) Wix has partnered with the SaaS platform Semrush (opens in a new tab) to integrate the latter SEO tools (opens in a new tab) in his platform.
Wix (opens in a new tab) users will now have access to SEO keyword data from Semrush directly through their Wix dashboard, and can use this information to gather keyword insights from their websites.
With improved search rankings in mind, Wix says its users will be able to take advantage of Semrush’s database of over 21 billion keywords to easily find the most popular keywords. relevant to their website.
Wix Keyword Research
The integration is part of the Wix SEO Setup Checklist, a tool created to guide users on how best to set up their website for SEO and get their site indexed on Google.
“Our mission has always been to help businesses and search professionals have a unified platform to increase their site’s visibility in search engines,” said Nati Elimelech, SEO Manager at Wix. .
“With this integration, we’re taking another big step in democratizing SEO by enabling our users to do better research and choose the right keywords and topics to focus on in their content strategy, right from their board. We are committed to making SEO more accessible to everyone and helping our users make better decisions that will impact their organic growth.
The integration is available to all Wix users in English only to start, and the usage quota available to users will depend on the Semrush account connected to their website, starting from a daily limit of 10 words for free accounts. .
“By leveraging Semrush’s keyword databases and metrics, Wix gives users the tools to find smart opportunities and improve their rankings on Google. As organic search traffic is incredibly valuable, the new integration into Wix can help grow their business,” said Marcus Tober, SVP of Enterprise Solutions at Semrush.
“Now is the time for business owners to take website and online marketing management into their own hands, and platforms like Wix and Semrush can help them do just that.”