Everyone knows how difficult it is to attract visitors or potential customers to our websites and online marketing is one of them! Online marketing comes down to 2 important factors and that is optimizing your website’s content and obviously writing great content (articles). SEO on-page optimization is the very first step to SEO and is far more important than the off-page optimization, more on this later. One of the biggest problems with the SEO on-page optimization process is the fact that it’s always changing which continues to be a problematic for all website owners. Increasing and receiving traffic to our website has not only become a difficult but a boring task as well, since traffic generation is differing all the time. It’s crazy how we as website owners don’t only have to write content, we need to attract website traffic, its backlinks, its keywords and a variety of other factors and the annoyance of keeping track of all this information but we still need to do it, otherwise our website will fail! Well the reason to this article, “How To SEO A Website? An SEOPressor Review!” it will finally reveal why the WordPress SEO service, SEOPressor, is not only the best SEO plugin but why you should consider using it for your own website.
What Is The SEOPressor Plugin?
SEOPressor at SEOPressor.com, is a plugin that covers all aspects of on-page SEO optimization across your entire website and not just for your content level. What makes SEOPressor one of the best WordPress plugins out there isn’t just the SEO aspect alone but also how their plugin was created, which was to basically copy all the possible ways that Google uses to ranks websites within the SERPS (Search Engine Ranking Position) and as closely as possible. They were able to get this information and include it into their plugin, this was done through constantly experimenting on how Google’s search engine algorithm works and in real time by getting information that Google already publicly displays in their search engine results and also the information that Google doesn’t want the rest of us knowing (exposing them) in order to game their search engine.
SEOPressor Complete Walkthrough
The SEOPressor Plugin provides many features to their SEO processing software. Down below are the main features.
- Import SEO Setting
- Site Website Audit (Seo Site Checkup)
- Sitewide SEO (Global SEO Settings)
- Optimize Contents
- Fix Issues
- Future Proofing
I’ve also provided below a visual of the SEOPressor features and break down of what’s included in the plugin.
The SEOPressor plugin provides all the necessary features you would need to succeed regarding on-page and off-page SEO optimization, one of the most important aspects of all SEO (search engine optimization). I will be providing all the benefits you’d be receiving if you considered using one of the best WordPress plugins for SEO, from installing the SEOPressor plugin, to the first-time setup, usage, all the way down to the SEO optimization part for each post (article) you create. I’d like to make sure that you’re not clueless as to where to begin when you first come across the main homepage of SEOPressor’s dashboard. I will thoroughly be instructing (teaching) you on the break down of the 8 features within their software and how their important to fixing the issues your website might be experiencing regarding on page and off page optimization which will help increase your website’s overall success and search engine rankings. The last thing you’d want to do is not use the SEOPressor plugin correctly and to its full potential.
SEOPressor Dashboard – Where you’ll be able to see the overall functionality of the SEO Software in full swing for your website including the various features.
Import SEO Settings From Plugins You May Have Used Prior – You can transfer all the data you may have used before installing the SEOPressor plugin without having to start from scratch (redo everything).
Analyzing An SEO Website Audit (SEO Site Checkup) – This feature allows you to check your entire website within the SEOPressor plugin which will provide errors and suggestions you can do to better improve your entire website as a whole.
Set Your Entire Website With Global SEO Settings – This feature allows you to check your entire website’s SEO on page optimization issues and it only needs to be performed once.
Optimize Content – This feature allows you to individually optimize each one of your content pages SEO, where you can better target specific short and long tail keywords for every post you create.
Fix Your Entire Website’s SEO Problems – This feature will help find SEO on page issues such as broken links (links that don’t work) or even missing meta tag descriptions.
Future Proof Your Website’s SEO – With this feature you can be assured that your website will be optimized to its full potential with each content you create.
This article is primarily a walkthrough on why SEOPressor is one of the top WordPress plugins to use including the features within the software, which will help you in succeeding in your SEO’s on and off page optimization for your entire website. All the beneficial factors you can expect to receive such as an increase in website traffic and your website’s rankings within all the major search engine results.
How The SEOPressor Plugin Can Help You Concentrate More On Your Content And Less Time Worrying About Your On-Page SEO?
SEOPressor was created primarily to make SEO an easier process then ever before but not relying on the past, where you would have hired an SEO consultant or agency to help you in optimizing your website’s SEO, they took that same principle and made it as if they were there guiding you along the way. They made optimizing your website for SEO an easy process, concentrate on writing your best content and SEOPressor will interfere from time to time to let you know of possible optimizing opportunities to make your content better. There’s no plugin out there that I know of, that provides this interesting feature. So cool, right? I know!
Control and Monitor Every Aspect of Your Website’s SEO Progress In Your Dashboard
The SEOPressor Dashboard is the “brains” behind the plugin and the central (main) location in where you’ll be able to monitor and control all aspects to help improve your website’s SEO progression. This is where you will be provided with all the important features to the plugin including a total SEO score that grades your entire website.
Find Out Your Website’s SEO Average And Health Score With Ease
In the Dashboard within the SEOPressor plugin, you’ll be shown a visual image like the one in the image above that shows two scoring metrics which measure your entire website’s average SEO and Health score. I’ll get into more detail about this later on in this review. Anyways, if you’re not the patient type, it’s a meter that provides the average SEO score and it’s only available once you’ve completed an entire SEO website audit of your site, you won’t have an average SEO score of your entire site at first, as it might be empty but that is expected.
They Provide A News Stream Within Their Plugin That Keeps You Updated On Any Search Engine Minor and Major Changes
SEOPressor provides a News Stream snippet (a caption like the image above) regarding any new minor or major updates that require being updated to their plugin. Many people might feel that this isn’t important or a big deal, when in fact it’s crucial to your online success. The SEOPressor support team are always looking to improve upon their WordPress plugin such as potential bugs, glitches, code optimizing, critical fixes as well as trying to provide some new features to implement into their plugin. As you and I both know how difficult it is to understand SEO, especially how Google is constantly changing their search engine algorithm in ranking websites within their search results, SEOPressor is there to learn the new changes that Google makes and provides this to you as one of the many benefits for using their plugin.
You’ll Have Access To All The SEO Features At Your Convenience
The image above is the entire dashboard of the SEOPressor plugin which is the shortcut to most of the important aspects to the software.
- Site Audit (SEO Website Audit)
- Sitewide SEO (SEO Site Checkup)
- Homepage Settings
- Link Manager
- Score Manager
- Role Settings
- Plugin Settings
- Tuts and Support (Tutorials and Customer Service)
The 2 major features that aren’t readily accessible on the dashboard, which should be there in the first place is the On-Page Analysis System and the Data Importer. The On-Page Analysis System is located at the page editor or towards the top of your content. The Data Importer is located within the Tools option.
You Can Keep Your Original SEO Plugins Information By Using The Data Importer
If you used a previous SEO plugin such as Yoast or the All In One SEO Pack and your looking to switch over to the SEOPressor plugin, there’s no need to panic, it’s an easy process. It isn’t a frustrating process where you would spend a majority of your time redoing everything again, thanks to the SEOProcessor Data Importer. Before you get started in using any of the other SEO features, you’ll need to first import you’re All In One SEO Pack OR Yoast data. Importing data from other plugins will overwrite the settings you currently had in the SEOPressor software which is why it’s important to do this step first, before you continue moving on any further. If you don’t use any of those plugins (Yoast or All In One SEO Pack) or your simply not interested in importing that data to the SEOPressor plugin, then you can just skip this process altogether. Before you can begin using the Data Importer you’ll need to first download it, then once you’ve done so, you can then begin the process in importing your information to the WordPress SEO plugin of SEOPressor. Below is a picture of the 2 options regarding Yoast SEO and the All In One SEO Pack within the Data Importer.
Using the Data Importer, you need to select the analyze option from your previous WordPress SEO plugins data to get started with the transfer. The Analysis Results page is basically a report that displays all the information that can be imported to SEOPressor which would be your posts, keywords, the meta descriptions and the various other data that can be imported (transferred) and are compatible within their software. Down below I’ve provided an image example of what that process would be like if I were to use Yoast SEO to transfer data from their plugin to SEOPressor’s database. At the bottom left hand corner of the screen you’ll see an Import button, press the Import button then the data transfer process automatically begins.
Once you’ve pressed the Import button on the Data Importer tab on the Analysis Results page, the data transfer process begins, you’ll need to wait patiently for all the data from your previous SEO plugins to be fully transferred to the SEOPressor’s database, which could take a complete of minutes to complete. I’ve provided an image below as an example of the Data Importer in progress importing data from the Yoast SEO plugin.
After the progress bar has fully completed transferring the required SEO settings from the Yoast SEO plugin to SEOPressor’s database, you’ll get a notification message claiming that the data was successfully imported and the amount of data that was transferred. In this image below you’ll see how many bits of data was transferred (in the example below there was 2), which to me, is quite interesting to know.
Get An Analysis Report On Your Entire Site’s SEO Score And Condition
The other SEO WordPress competitors out there only provide a plugin that works with the content level and nothing more, whereas with the SEOPressor plugin it does much more. Now, knowing your SEO score for each post you create is of course important but its far more important to know where your entire website stands when it comes to its SEO optimization score and condition, which is what the SEO Pressor plugin provides. For example, you can find content that’s poorly optimized which could be the main reason as to why your websites ranking so poorly in the search engines and fix those issues using their software. Now if you decided against using the SEOPressor for whatever reason, let’s say you had content that’s already optimized to its full potential and its performing great in the SERPs (Search Engine Ranking Position) but you also have content on your website that’s not performing satisfactorily or its not optimized correctly, your rankings in the search engines would still suffer because of that problem. Not only does SEOPressor provide an overall SEO Score but it also has one of the most important features to the software and that’s Site Audit (SEO Website Audit). Site Audit scans your entire website’s pages for any lingering issues it may have such as duplicate content titles (articles that have the same name or similar), broken links (links that don’t work) and/or missing meta descriptions (incomplete). Site Audit is a 3-step process to performing an SEO site checkup on your entire website and diagnoses it in this particular order to Analyze, Correct and Monitor.
Run The Site Audit Test And See How Your Website Performs
Simply go to the Site Audit Tab and press the Analyze Site option then it’ll run the required performance test, in this test you’ll be provided with an entire analysis report of your website’s performance with possible corrections and optimizations you can do to correct to help better your website’s SEO performance and score.
It takes a while for the SEOPressor software to gather all the required information within your website and based on its data size. The process can take anywhere from a couple of minutes and/or up to 15 or so minutes, but hang on patiently, it’s just doing its thing! Once the Site Audit options completed then you’ll be provided with an entire analysis report like the image below.
Average Score and Health – this feature provides you with 2 scoring metrics which grade all your website’s pages and errors.
- Average Score – Grades your entire website’s pages (content) based on an average. For example, the higher the score the better and the lower the score the worse it is, takes me back to the gold ole days, boy do I miss those days, ha-ha.
- Health – The health score is based on the number of errors your website has regarding SEO optimization.
Errors and Warnings – Once the Site Audit analysis report is completed you’ll be provided with the number of errors and warnings that your website contains by fixing those issues your website’s SEO scoring factor will increase, thus improve your website’s ranking.
Score and Health Trends – This chat displays your website’s SEO Score and Health progression for every month (30 days).
Fix Each One Of Your Website’s Pages Instantly
Fixing these issues are part of the Site Audit section. Errors are the issues that your website is currently experiencing and need to be addressed (fixed) which may be duplicate titles and/or broken links (links that don’t work). A Warning error is the possible optimization opportunities that you can do to exploit (achieve) the poorly optimized web pages that you’re not currently optimizing, so by fixing those content related optimization errors, your content will be fully optimized to its fullest potential which will then help improve your total SEO score. The Errors and Warnings within the Site Audit tab are both displayed on the same screen when it comes to SEO related issues and by clicking on the “View All” link it’ll give you a complete breakdown regarding those issues. In the picture below you’ll see what I’m talking about, the SEOPressor plugin isn’t just easy, its user-friendly.
This is where you’ll fix each individual Warning and/or Errors for the content that needs to be corrected by clicking on the “Fix This” link and doing what the plugin suggests or recommends, then you’ll be on your way to fully optimizing your websites content. Besides optimizing content that’s poorly done the most common error in SEO, the main thing is to make sure your able to eliminate all the possible issues your website is already experiencing by fixing them and avoiding those issues with each content you create over time. Once you’ve done all the necessary optimization corrections your website will improve greatly and will be ready for higher search engine rankings in no time, our (your) goal.
Observe Your Website’s SEO Score Progression From Time To Time
I’m pretty sure that your Website’s SEO Score and Health rating was quite low the first time around when you first used the Site Audit tab, but as you continue creating more and more content over time, your SEO related issues and optimization errors are kept at bay (reduced significantly), by using the SEOPressor plugin your SEO website score will continue to increase. The Score and Health Trends chart is provided to make monitoring and displaying your website’s SEO progression over time by plotting points based on your site’s results on a month to month basis (monthly).
Set Your Website Up For Global SEO
Before you consider doing anything with your website within the SEOPressor software other than the Site Audit (SEO website audit) or the Data Importer (if you used a previous SEO plugin such as Yoast SEO or the All In One SEO Pack and you need to transfer data) then it’s really important to set up the Global SEO Settings for your entire website before you do anything else such as optimizing each of your individual posts. The Global SEO Settings (Sitewide SEO) is a one-time setup process and that’s it, nothing you should worry about anymore once you’ve done it correctly.
Make Sure Your Entire Website Is Search Engine Friendly (Crawlable)
The first step to making sure your website is search engine friendly is to create an XML Sitemap for your site. If you’re not familiar with the term XML Sitemap, it’s a file that contains your entire website’s data such as the structure, the links, the images and so on. By creating an XML Sitemap for your website your making the search engines life easier by allowing their search engine spiders (bots) to crawl every aspect of your website’s pages without any issues, whereas if you didn’t have a Sitemap, their spiders might miss some crucial pages and/or links to your site. There’s no need to worry, since the SEOPressor plugin automatically creates one for your website, anytime you create a post its included and updated onto the Sitemap. I’ve provided below an example of a sitemap within the SEOPressor plugin.
Setting Up Your XML Sitemap Is A Breeze If You Don’t Already Have One
Go To The Sitewide SEO tab, pick the XML Sitemap option. I’ve provided an image above that shows everything I’ve explained down below.
- Click on the toggle button to the right which is the “On” position to Enable the XML Sitemap Generator option.
- Pick the updating frequency you’d like to use which is 1 of 4 options Always, Hourly, Daily, or Weekly. The common option everyone typically selects is the always option.
- Pick the parts you’d like to include or exclude from your Sitemap. They only provide 4 options, the Homepage, Posts, Pages and the Categories, but the right thing is to include all 4 options, I wouldn’t understand the idea by excluding any of these options.
- You can also Regenerate the latest version of your Sitemap at ease. Just click on the Regenerate tab and you’ll get your Sitemap it’s that easy.
- You can also get your unique Sitemap URL that you can then submit to the major search engines such as Google, Bing, and Yahoo with just one click.
Advertise Your Online Business With Local SEO
Local SEO optimization is where you include all your business information and setting it up as an organization. If you consider using this option then your business will be placed on Google’s Local Search Pack. You can get this all setup and done within a cinch (fast), just go to the Sitewide SEO section and you’ll be on your way to being included in all the major search engines. The image below is what your business would typically look like when its advertised in the search engines.
Now To Set Up Your Online Business As An Organization In SEOPressor
Like I stated earlier just go to the Sitewide SEO tab and go through all 4 sub-menus which include the Address, Contact, Operating Hours and the Publish Local SEO tab. I’ve provided an image below that shows this information within SEOPressor.
Address – This is where you include all the typical business information that’s needed such as your Business Name, the Business Type, the Street Address your business is located, City, State, Zip Code (Postcode) and then finally the Country. Latitude and Longitude is really relevant that’s just a little too much, I wouldn’t really worry about providing that information, but if your meticulous (like being exact) then it’s okay to add that information if that’s what you want.
Contact- This option makes it easier for customers to get a hold of you whether it’s through your Contact Phone Number, Fax Number, Email or your Website’s URL.
Operating Hours – One of the most important features to the Google Local Search Pack is your businesses’ operating (opening) hours. You can set the days and hours throughout the week for your businesses’ operating schedule, changing that information can be done as often as you’d like which will keep your customers notified.
Publish Local SEO – Once you’ve finally completed all the available fields in the 4 sub-menus you can then publish them by going onto your WordPress Website Widget Menu and adding the SEOPressor’s Local widget into the footer and sidebar menu of your website, then anyone that visits your website will be able to publicly view that information.
Protect Your Website From Spamming Or Low Quality Backlinks
Go to the Sitewide SEO tab then within that tab you’ll see a sub-menu that says, “Link Policy” then click on that link. The Link Policy tab is a very useful tool to use because you can turn all the links within your website to nofollow links, which will prevent blog spamming from those spam commenters that are only looking to obtain a dofollow link by adding a pointless one word or one sentence comment that’ll only hurt your websites reputation and ranking, which isn’t considered a quality comment. There’s 2 options to the Link Policy tab which is the No-follow External Link (applies only to text links) and the No-Follow Image Links (applies to linked images). I’ve provided below a visual image on this feature on the No-Follow External Links and the No-Follow Image Links.
Make Your Website Look Professional In The SERP Results With Social Meta Tags and Meta Settings
Make your website look professional in the search engine results by going to the Homepage Settings in the SEOPressor plugin and filling out the required information for your contents title (title tag) and description (meta description). I’ve provided an example of a visual image below displaying the title tag and the meta description.
Title Tag – Is the title to the content you’ve created on your website that then appears in the search engine results based on what you provided. It’s usually no more than 60 characters to rank well within most search engines.
Meta Description- The meta description is basically a short preview of what your content may or may not be about but when it’s done correctly, it can drive highly targeted traffic to your website. It’s usually no more than 160 characters to rank well within most search engines.
Make Your Website Link Look Appealing For Facebook Sharing
If you haven’t already set your website up for Open Graph then it might be time to do so, no one on social media wants to share a link on Facebook with the gray silhouette screen picture and I can guarantee you that based on my experiences. On Facebook, you’ll have the wrong image setup, a poorly optimized title tag and a computer generated meta description, which all appear unprofessional no matter how great your content writing ability is, people nowadays are all about glitzy, visual images. The image below shows a properly optimized Open Graph setup based on the image, title tag and the meta description.
Make Your Website Link Look Appealing For Twitter Sharing Too!
The same principle from Facebook applies to Twitter as well, by not taking the time to set your Twitter Card for your website it will only be a plain tweet displaying your website link and plain text. I’ve provided below a tweet from Twitter showing this exact example.
Now using the Twitter Card is the better option where you’ll not only be providing your own image, title tag and meta description but it’ll come across more appropriate and/or professional, making people more likely to share your websites’ tweets! I’ve provided an example of an appealing Twitter Card below.
Manage How Search Engine Spiders Crawl and Index Your Website
Now allowing search engine spiders to visit and crawl your website is a great thing but it can also be a bad thing at times. There might be times when you don’t want the search engine crawlers to access your website and that applies to new websites and/or websites that are under renovation. If you allow the spiders to access your website without restricting them then they’ll under value your website due to the lack of quality content. At first that doesn’t really matter but when it’s a website that’s been established for some time, then it can be chaos (disaster). In the SEOPressor Homepage settings they provide the Robot Rules which is their version of a Robots TXT File. A Robots TXT File is basically a file that tells the search engine spiders to restrict (not allow) their access from certain parts of your site.
With the SEOPressor plugin there are a variety of options that can be used to prevent and/or allow access to the search engine crawlers.
I’ve provided an image above that displays the possible options in the Robot Rules SEOPressor feature that can be used to prevent and/or allow access to the search engine crawlers. You might never use these options, but they are available when the time calls for such an event.
No-Index – Restricts Google from displaying your website in their search engine results.
No-Follow – Tells Google’s robots from following any links on your website.
No-Translate – Restricts Google from allowing visitors to your website to have it translated and/or with the Google Translate tool.
No-Snippet – Informs (tells) Google not to provide a website description (snippet) under your search engine result listing.
No-ODP – This is the Open Directory Project tag which allows you to not let the OPD provide a content title or its description. In some unusual situations, there may have been times where Google has used the OPD to generate the title tag and its description.
No-Image-Index – Lets the search engine crawlers know not to have your website attached to the image that appears in Googles image search results.
No-Archive – Lets Google know to not keep a copy of your website.
Optimize Each One Of Your Contents Individually
SEO (search engine optimization) is important for your entire website to succeed when it comes to SEO/SEM marketing, but it’s especially important to fully optimize each of your contents pages individually, which will lead to your content performing to its maximum potential. The reason behind this theory is so you can better concentrate on creating great content and by paying more attention to keywords your looking to target to help reach your websites main goal, lots and lots of traffic. If your able to target a variety of keywords within your content than your more likely to expose a loophole in creating (boosting) traffic to your website. The process of optimizing your entire website is the same as it is when it comes to individually optimizing your content, only your trying to rank better for your specified keywords.
Optimize Your Website’s SEO Rank Through Your Content and Keywords
Before you can begin optimizing your content, there are 2 key factors that need to be done first, that is to create a completed post and selecting up to 3 keywords your looking to rank for in the SERPs, which if done correctly will help boost your websites rankings. I’ve provided below an example of an on-page analysis report of an article that I’ve written in the past and how well I was able to fully optimize my content.
The SEOPressor On-Page Analysis feature is comparable to an SEO website audit where it analyzes your entire websites content based on your specified keywords, your total calculated SEO score, the possible recommendations the WordPress SEO plugin provides, including the possible warning and errors that need to be fixed to help improve your score.
I’ll Provide A Step By Step Process On Optimizing Your Websites Content Below
Create Your Post To The SEOPressor plugin – You can create your content on the fly in their plugin or if you’ve already finished creating a post then you can just copy and paste it into the WordPress software. I’ve provided an example below of the on-page analysis feature in the SEOPressor WordPress Interface, its very clean and user-friendly.
Add Your Targeted Keywords – Add your 3 targeted keywords your looking to optimize and rank for in the Score tab.
Find Out Your Total Calculated SEO Score – Get your calculated SEO Score based on your content, your keywords, its readability and a variety of other factors by clicking on the circular arrow button. Based on the results the plugin generates it’ll provide the possible factors in which you can do to help better your content. I’ve provided an image below showing the Keywords you can add to the On-Page Analysis tool, the content level and your SEO score that’s based on all those factors.
Start Optimizing Your Content – By clicking on the “Suggested Optimization” tab within the SEO On-Page Analysis tool it’ll expand all the possible optimizations that can be made to help better your content. Try your best in performing all the possible optimization errors your content has and fix them. Down below is an example showing the Suggested Optimization issues your content may be currently experiencing and how to go about fixing those issues.
The possible suggestions you may be provided with from the SEOPressor plugin may be the following factors below and are well-known regarding SEO practices.
- Keyword Density – This considers the total word count of your content and the percentage of your keywords displayed.
- Keyword Placement – This is a strategy in which you can place your targeted keyword throughout your content such as the title tag, the introduction, and/or the image alternate tag.
- Word Count- It recommends the best length your post should average to better rank in the search engine results.
- Image To Text Ratio – A notification that keeps you in check by letting you know whether you have enough pictures regarding your contents Word Count.
- Readability Score – A notification that tells you how hard or easy your content may be to others reading it. It might not be hard for you and I that are fluent in speaking and writing English but for those that aren’t, this is very important. You want your content to be high quality but to a level where the average person can still understand your message within your content.
- LSI Keyword Usage – This basically measures your content keyword usage and how related those keywords are to the keywords performed daily on the search engines.
Add LSI Keywords To Your Content – Click on the “LSI Keyword Suggestion” sub-menu within the On-Page Analysis tool which will expand with potential LSI keywords that you can use and are quite similar to your own targeted keywords. By using LSI keywords more and more throughout your content your SEO score will continue to improve, then selecting that of your own, which is what the SEOPressor plugin provides.
Add You Contents Meta Description On The On-Page Analysis Tool Sub-Menu
On the On-Page Analysis Tool you need to click on the Meta sub-menu where you can provide the following information below. You’ll eventually realize that most of the settings are the same as the information you first registered back in the Sitewide SEO section (Global SEO Settings).
Title Tag – the title that’s displayed within the search engine results that’s associated (related) with your content. There’s a total character limit of 60, anything over and your website content might perform poorly.
Meta Description – This is a short snippet (description) that explains what your content is all about. The total character limit is 160, anything over that limit and your website page might perform poorly.
Canonical URL – basically used to help eliminate and prevent duplicate issues with your content and for that content only.
301 Redirect URL – It’s a redirect that sends your visitors to the correct URL that you’ve provided.
Robot Rules – This prevents the search engine crawlers from accessing certain pages when crawling your website.
Recalculate Your Content SEO Score After Optimizing It
After you initially (first) received your scores from the On-Page Analysis Tool with all the possible optimizations and errors with your content and made the necessary adjustments (changes), then get your recalculated SEO content score. You can perform this process repeatedly (over and over again) until you finally get the SEO score and result that will satisfy your standards.
Future Proofing Your Website’s SEO
Now all your contents pages within your website are fully optimized without any annoying errors and warnings, thanks to the SEO plugin, SEOPressor! Is there a way to keep things this way all the time? Unfortunately, no! As you create more and more content over time, you might not have the time you once did where you would have checked the SEO optimization issues and warnings your content may be experiencing, which is contributing to your website performing poorly in the search engine results and your well aware of it too! This could have happened for many reasons such as you were too lazy to use the SEOPressor plugin (it happens), your making excuses by not writing anymore content (it happens), you hired writers to create content for your site that isn’t properly optimized, you forgot to use the plugin or you no longer want to use one of the top WordPress plugins for SEO, which wouldn’t make much sense. The only way to future proof your website moving on further is to use the SEOPressor plugin which will help guide you along the way in correcting your website’s SEO issues helping your content succeed in the search engines thus increasing your overall websites ranking.
Can You Keep Your Website Content Future Proof?
Creating consistent quality content for your website isn’t an easy task whether you’re doing it yourself or if your outsourcing your writing to freelancers. The way to fight this ongoing issue is to use the feature that SEOPressor provides in their plugin which is to set the minimum publishing SEO score for each individual content you decide to create (publish) before its made public, a cool feature.
Setting your minimum publishing score to a realistic and achievable standard around 80 to 90% would be a good start, whereas being able to achieve anywhere from 90 to 100% would be a standard too high to reach but isn’t impossible. Your writing or your outsourced content writer’s ability to achieve your set desired SEO minimum publishing score would help yourself and your content writers strive to boost the content optimization quality based on your recommended publishing score, a win-win situation for you. This is very helpful considering you know what your writing ability is, whereas others may or may not have the writing quality that reaches your set standard, which makes this feature quite helpful. Even if the score reaches your minimum SEO publishing score, you may want to still read the article that’s written by others, before you consider publishing it publicly, something I would do myself. All you need to do is go to the plugin settings of SEOPressor and pick your minimum publishing score it’s as easy as that, simple.
Keep Track Of Multiple Websites For SEO
If your one of those individuals that purchased multiple website licenses from previous SEO plugins, there’s no need with SEOPressor, you can monitor (track) all your websites SEO Scoring Health metric with a single license. If you are a “guru” (so called expert) in some way or just someone that has many niche websites then this will make keeping track of each of your websites prog