Look at the list of recommended keywords from the SEO Writing Assistant. Why are some of these keywords highlighted green?

You’ve already used these keywords in your headings These keywords are the most relevant to your copy You’ve already used these keywords within your copy You’ve already used these keywords in your title

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While exploring the Social Media Tracker, you find out that your best-performing post on Twitter earned 120 likes, 18 retweets, and 12 replies, while your competitor’s top post got 147 likes and 53 retweets. Your audience is comprised of 9,000 users, and your competitor’s — 12,000 users. Whose post has a higher engagement rate?

Your post They both have equal engagement rates Your competitor’s post They cannot be compared

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When working with the Topic Research tool, you can enter your domain name. What is the purpose of this?

To highlight the subtopics you’ve already written about in order to avoid creating duplicate content To be able to sort subtopics by topic efficiency, so that subtopics that are most relevant to your content will be shown first To exclude subtopics with branded keywords that are related to your domain

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You are about to start writing an article and want to get ideas for a chosen topic. You type your keyword in the Topic Research tool’s search bar and select a desired subtopic within the generated report. Which of the following insights would the tool offer you for each subtopic? Choose three answers.

Backlinks Readability Questions Related searches Recommended text length Headlines

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