Publish Google Docs to WordPress in 1-click
💰 Less VAs, interns, employees
✅ Save 6-100+ hours/week
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Step #1. Write in Google Docs
Wordable will automatically retain & format each HTML element for you, while stripping out all the SPAN and FONT tags, extra line breaks, spaces skipped, and other junk that messes up your content formatting and presentation.
Step #2. Optimize blog posts to rank & convert better
✅ Publish as different post types or pages
✅ Set the post URL, category, byline, and more
✅ Imports images into your Media Library
✅ Compress images, set their filename, and alt text
✅ Automatically set the featured image (per post, or the first image in each doc)
✅ Auto-generate a Table of Contents from headers
✅ Open links in a new tab and/or nofollow
✅ Format YouTube URLs as embeds
Step #3. Instantly export publish-ready content
You can save recurring export settings as templates, and apply these by site, category, byline, post type, or whatever combination you want!
How savvy marketers use Wordable
SaaS teams publish to their English site, and then republish translated content to multilingual ones
Publishers manage distributed writing teams while posting hundreds of times each month
Agencies juggle multiple client sites and save each of their preferences
Affiliates scale their content publishing with the same settings across multiple sites
Wordable exports over 11,370+ posts every month
“Since using Wordable, we’re able to publish more, publish quicker, and spend less time on the small things.” – Brett, portfolio site owner
“If I didn’t have Wordable to help me manage this process, it would have taken a month (instead of a week).” – Ben, Moss Reports
“Since I used to pay my assistant around $20-30/hr, I’m sure Wordable has saved me thousands of dollars over the years.” – Bill, travel blogger
10 content marketing tools to use in 2022, as tried and tested by Ryan Prior (@ryanprior11):— Ahrefs (@ahrefs) April 18, 2022
2. Google Search Console
3. Google Analytics
Let’s take a closer look at each:
I use @wordable_io to upload my content from various writers from gdocs.— Max | SEO & Niche Sites (@SEOLeapfrog) May 3, 2022
Would highly recommend it:
– gdrive and WP integration
– user permissions
– correct formatting (including media upload)
– ability to add image alts
– ability to publish or just set to draft
10 Tools to Help Content Marketers Publish and Promote More Content@wordable_io @xtensio @textoptimizer @mailshakeapp @CoSchedule @socialpilot_co @BuzzSumo @PostPlanner @canva @LumenFive https://t.co/DSx180wM4v pic.twitter.com/zX1JWLBrtI— BenchmarkONE (@Benchmark__ONE) July 4, 2021
– Do you write your content in Google Docs?— Tim Soulo 🇺🇦 (@timsoulo) January 13, 2022
– Does your blog run on WordPress?
I hope you’re using @wordable_io 🔥 then, because if not – you’re sesiously missing out.
Our content team at @ahrefs has been using this tool for at least 2 years now and it SAVED US TONS OF TIME!
How we scale moving content from GDocs to WordPress? By using @wordable_io— Tomzur (@tomzur) May 14, 2021
With Wordable, it’s a two-click process to import your Google Doc and create a new WordPress blog post.https://t.co/l9h2avioFp @kinsta
5. https://t.co/s1z2VHcmMx— Jeremy Moser (@jmoserr) April 4, 2022
Do you write SEO blog content in Google Docs?
Publish that Google Doc directly to your website’s blog in 1 click with perfect formatting. This will save you hours:
yes with classic editor you get tons of HTML span elements and other stuff— Austin Tuwiner (@AustinTuwiner) May 2, 2022
I’d check out @wordable_io if you’re set on classic editor