What is Gscore?


Gscore is the only WordPress plugin that uses Google Search Console to highlight striking distance keywords that aren’t contained in your page content.

Power up your content

Gscore is all about speed. In seconds, you can start optimizing your content with GSC keywords. Gscore will highlight keywords with impressions that are not contained in your content. When you add those keywords, your Gscore increases.
Gscore will also show you all questions and longtail keywords you’re ranking that are not in your content. All it takes is a few clicks.

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Your data is your data.

With Gscore, your keyword data is stored on your server, not ours. Your data is not shared with anyone.

Rank fast. Stay fast.

Gscore is a lightweight plugin that does not hinder the speed of your website. Gscore helps you rank faster for keywords, and does not affect front-end page loads.

For Real SEOs.

Why? Gscore is designed for pages that are within striking distance of page 1. So if just starting out, Gscore may not be right for you.

Made for WordPress.

Gscore is designed to work with the WordPress Gutenberg and Classic Editor. Future versions may support builders like Elementor, Divi and Oxygen.

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Frequently Asked Questions
  • What does Gscore do?

    Gscore will download all the keywords your page is ranking for and it will tell you which keywords are not contained within your content. It will also highlight all question-based keywords and longtail keywords depending on what length you choose!
  • Does Gscore Support Custom Fields?

    At launch, Gscore will only support the main text field, support for custom fields will be available in future releases.
  • Does Gscore Support Pages, Posts or Both?

    At launch, Gscore only supports posts. Support for pages will be available in future releases.
  • Do I need existing traffic to use Gscore?

    You will need to have pages that show at least a 1000 impressions in Google Search Console. If your site gets traffic, you can typically use Gscore 2 months after the content is live. This way you will get meaningful data to incorporate into your content.
  • What is Gutenburg?

    Gutenburg is the modern version of WordPress. If your site was built within the past year, there’s a good chance that it uses Gutenburg (unless you use a page builder). Gutenburg is also known as WordPress 5 or higher.
  • What is the Classic Editor?

    Classic Editor is the older version of the WordPress Editor. Many sites use the Classic Editor plugin because they prefer the look and feel vs. Gutenburg. We made sure that Gscore works with the Classic Editor.
  • What do I need to use Gscore?

    You will need a free Google Search Console account and your site must use WordPress. You will only be able to optimize pages that use the Classic Editor or WordPress Gutenburg.
Steve Toth
About Steve Toth

I created Gscore as a tool for myself. I’ve had huge success optimizing pages with Google Search Console data, I wanted to find an easier way.