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New OnPage SEO Function - Need Feedback

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  • Sorry for the late delivery (Had to much workload on other stuff) - The API is now ready. 5 Requests / day free. I've added a paid plan(0.01 USD per request - I think i cant go cheaper on rapidapi), just for servercost compensation.

    Content Categorizer:
    https://rapidapi.com/Optimalize/api/content-categorizer/endpoints
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    @TOPtActics thanks, will try to integrate it
    @Kaine added support for this on latest update (check 2nd entry in Tools menu)
    Thanked by 1Kaine
  • @Sven Maybe it would be an advantage to implement a generic rapidapi.com integration and the user can add specific rapidapi.com apis themself, because there are many good api for SEO available on rapidapi.com.
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    sure, but how to integrate things in a practical way?
  • KaineKaine thebestindexer.com
    edited October 2020
    Thanks for adding the option @Sven. How does it work if I have a list of 100 words for example, I have to enter them one by one in the software first? It may be long (import then deletion of the words already present then) I should have better explained my thought, it's my fault.
    I was thinking of importing a list of words or copied / pasted in a window for example.
    Maybe you can import them as before (but in bulk) then test them. Or do not import them into the software but just into the window and get the result back.
    I mean that it could be a tool that doesn't necessarily disrupt the list of keywords already sorted and inserted, unless the user wants it.

    Or I didn't test well the option ^^


    EDIT: It could be added/modified here without much change, maybe add checkboxes?


  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    You don't have to enter the keywords one by one....you can of course import them from clipboard/file and test then.
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    1. add->import->from clipboard
    2. tools->Check Keywords on Webpage
    3. select/filter/delete whatsoever
    Thanked by 1Kaine
  • KaineKaine thebestindexer.com
    Tested and that work very well ;^)
  • z3rz3r
    edited October 2020
    @Sven is possible to add sort->lenght and sort->number of words ?
  • Sven said:
    sure, but how to integrate things in a practical way?
    Let the user input:
    • rapidapi-key
    • rapidapi-host
    • rapidapi-url
    • a mapping from required parameters to variables in your software
    • request method (POST, GET)
    and code a standard method for requesting for POST and GET.

    For the response the user could build a own script.ini to process. 

    Or do everything in one go with one *.ini file per rapidapi. The User has to build the *.ini file like in SER for custom sites.
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    @z3r, added it for next update
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    @TOPtActics thats no problem...but how to integrate it to GSA Keyword Research? I mean what should the user do with it. Select keywords, apply the script and get back what!?
  • edited October 2020
    Maybe
    • create good content silos automatically (assign page content or generated content from GSE CG to existing taxonomies, categories or tags automatically if scores > threshold (0.5 default) for that label)
    • automatically generate a good interlinking structure on the hole site (e.g. extract keywords from all sites of a specific domain and use a set of all collected keywords as labels and then interlink keywords (in-content) to the site with the highest categorization score if score is > threshold (0.5 default))
    • detect spammy content (generated from autocontent generators or on competitors sites) if you chose your
      labellabels right (drugs, spam, sex, crime, etc...)

    • ...
    This is a very flexible API, because u can chose your labels on your own and this are my first thoughts what a SEO could do with it (This cases are better integrated in GSA Content Generator than GSA Keyword Research, but we discussed it here so far). I think you guys will find better use cases. 
  • edited October 2020
    A more sophisticated way to integrate this in GSA Keyword Research would be to:
    1. Extract all Keywords from a competitor page by page (x levels deep)
    2. Generate a keyword set out of all pages
    3. categorize every content on that keyword set
    4. for every page look at the percentage of coverage this page has internal links to pages scored higher than x% (>30%?) on the categorizer labels.

      E.g. a page (we call it focuspage now) has categoriesed as drills and bits with +30% score and we have 2 pages on that site with keywords bits and 3 pages on that site with drills as keywords extracted (you can also use the categorizer scores here instead of extracted keywords) and the focuspage links to 4 out of this 5 pages --> 80% coverage. Now calulate this for ever page and average and you have a good score for interlinking quality. 

  • KaineKaine thebestindexer.com
    edited October 2020
    @Sven Nice update Becons i not found export button for missing words.
  • @Sven Filters are working great. Is already possible to export the available domains after the EMD checks?
  • edited October 2020
    Just played a bit with the tool ! Maybe some of you know https://www.twinword.com/ a competitor to keyword research tool from sven (https://www.twinword.com/ideas/) with subscription based payments, bang for the buck not comparable to GSA products, but its just for playing around. They also provide some API's on rapidapi like their emotion analysis API (https://rapidapi.com/twinword/api/emotion-analysis).

    I tested the example sentence of their API: "After living abroad for such a long time, seeing my family was the best present I could have ever wished for." Thats what they detect:



    I pasted the categories in the content categorizer and some more from (https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_emotions) and thats what we got



    If you ask me i think content categorizer (not fine tuned on this task) beats their specialized emotion analyser out of the box, because suprise is clearly misclassified in their model.
  • s4nt0ss4nt0s Houston, Texas
    @TOPtActics - Could your API be used to improve search intent classification further?

    For example, could it sort keywords into the following categories?

    Research โ€“ looking for information
    Answer โ€“ looking for a quick answer
    Transactional โ€“ potentially looking to make a purchase
    Local โ€“ a locally relevant query
    Visual โ€“ looking for inspiration or ideas
    Video โ€“ tutorials or video-based guides
    News/Fresh โ€“ queries relating to a trending topic
    Branded โ€“ queries contain brand relevant terms


  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    well this is indeed more something for Content Generator and create texts based on certain emotions or categories. I will keep an eye on it and add support unless someone thinks it has it's place for KeywordResearch.
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    edited October 2020
    @z3r exporting the domains by right click->copy. Do you really want to export things via file? Anyway, I have added export for next update now.
  • s4nt0s said:
    @TOPtActics - Could your API be used to improve search intent classification further?

    For example, could it sort keywords into the following categories?

    Research โ€“ looking for information
    Answer โ€“ looking for a quick answer
    Transactional โ€“ potentially looking to make a purchase
    Local โ€“ a locally relevant query
    Visual โ€“ looking for inspiration or ideas
    Video โ€“ tutorials or video-based guides
    News/Fresh โ€“ queries relating to a trending topic
    Branded โ€“ queries contain brand relevant terms

    I think the performance is OK for not fine tuned on that task and for a quick usable model. I the long run i can build a custom model for that use case if needed, because this seems to be a pretty important topic.









  • edited October 2020
    Maybe with good "tuned" labels we can get better performance here:


    I added "buy" as a alternative for transactional, because maybe "transactional" is not as clear to the model as "buy" and in this case the sample is better classified. As a quick and dirty solution you could come up with more than one descriptiv word on each intent and average them out in an additional step.

    The model is case sensititive, this could be tested too. I have also some ideas for a quick adjustments in the code to get the model running better on that specific task. I can test this adjustments this week and check if it works even better. If so, i would add another parameter to the API where someone can specify 'intent' to tell the model that an intent prediction is the task.

    You can even categories the intent of pages with analysing the description or the hole text corpus:

    https://www.nike.com/de/ --> Description: 'Inspiring the world's athletes, Nike delivers innovative products, experiences and services.'




    German Amazon Dot Echo (https://www.amazon.de/Echo-Dot-3-Gen-Intelligenter-Lautsprecher-mit-Alexa-Anthrazit-Stoff/dp/B07PHPXHQS) --> Description: 'Echo Dot (3. Gen.) Intelligenter Lautsprecher mit Alexa, Anthrazit Stoff: Amazon.de: Alle Produkte'


    I think visual is high because of the "Anthrazit Stoff" description. Some additional keywords for the intent "visual" that describes more what a SEO understand under visual would fix this.
  • Sven said:
    @z3r exporting the domains by right click->copy. Do you really want to export things via file? Anyway, I have added export for next update now.
    There is a bug when you try to export, after selecting the names and it ask what to export if you press cancel it crashes. Is possible to add export only available domains with full/select option? Thanks
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    I have added a box to choose what to export (all, available domains, taken domains). Though I can't reproduce a bug.
  • Hi @Sven i tried to record it https://a.cl.ly/Jrug1gY5 let me know if you need more info
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    ok, but I see no bug or crash after pressing cancel? :/
  • s4nt0ss4nt0s Houston, Texas
    @TOPtActics - It seems like it works pretty good for intent. The software already handles KW intent, but it's not separated into as many categories as I listed above. Categorizing content pages is also a neat idea. Are you working on any other APIs?

     I was trying to throw out an idea for the API, but I would not spend a lot of time improving the model for KW intent unless @Sven confirms he wants to integrate it.
  • Sven said:
    ok, but I see no bug or crash after pressing cancel? :/
    The software autoclose 
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    was that changed with latest update?
  • Hello Sven,
    It's great.
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