There is a new Onpage SEO plugin in town and I’m delighted to introduce it to you. If you are a blogger, you must know how important it is to write SEO optimized articles.
SEO is a vast subject for newbie bloggers and it’s one of the biggest challenges to overcome in blogging.
Onpage SEO is what brings most of the traffic from search engines. No optimization of posts and pages means no traffic from search engines and hence no growth of your blog.
Are your articles optimized for search engines?
If you think “Yes”, then you got to recheck your posts and pages with Squirrly now.
I was not using any Onpage SEO plugin in this blog because I thought I was doing well with my posts with whatever SEO knowledge I had.
But I was wrong!
After installing Squirrly, I found that only a few of my posts were optimized decently and most of my blog’s posts were poorly optimized. If I see it mathematically, it’s like a shocker because only 10% of my total posts were contributing to 70% of my total search engine traffic.
Hence, rest 90% of the total posts were bringing only 30% of my total search engine traffic.
Isn’t this something every blogger should care about?
Well, Squirrly doesn’t do this calculation but it indirectly did. This Onpage SEO plugin at least urged me to look into my Google Analytics and Webmasters Tool to see what’s going on between my posts and search engine.
Is your blog in the same condition?
If yes, just wonder what if you can optimize all your posts (not just a few ones) powerfully for search engines…
Squirrly adjusts beautifully with “Edit Post” page of WordPress and delivers live advice to optimize your posts.Without much bragging about this WordPress plugin, let me show you how it helps in optimizing your Onpage SEO.
Squirrly adds a keyword research tool on your “Edit Post” page which does a wonderful job in researching quality keywords for your posts. It’s an alternative to Google Keyword Tool and it sits right in-front of you while writing the post. It shows the competition of the keywords, trend, number of searches, etc. to ease your keyword research before writing the post.
Images For Posts:
You won’t have to look for images for your posts in any other place. Now, relevant images are there on your “Edit Page” if you have Squirrly. Yes, with Squirrly, you can easily insert images and get advice on how to optimize the images with the right keywords in title, alt tag and description. Images are Copyright free!
Track Relevant News:
Don’t you want to know what’s going on with the topic in question i.e. the topic you’re going to write about? With Squirrly, knowing this is not a big deal. It makes possible to read about the topic from Wikipedia, other blogs and even Twitter, within your “Edit Page”. You just place the keyword and select where you want to get the articles from – Wiki, Blogs, Tweets from Twitter, etc.
The LIVE SEO Assistant:
The Live Seo Assistant in Squirrly proves to be the most important tool for Onpage SEO. It checks your posts for optimum SEO benefits and advises accordingly. For instance, it shows you how many keywords you need to add or remove in your CONTENT, keywords density in TITLE, keywords in IMAGES, styling keywords with BOLD, ITALICS, H TAGS, etc. It takes care of almost every element of Onpage SEO. You name it and there it is!
How to use the Live SEO Assistant?
The working principle is simple. You add a keyword to the Keyword Research tool (above content editor), click the option “use” and Squirrly Live SEO Assistant will show you all possibilities for maximum optimization for search engines. You can do this for each of your keywords separately.
Overall, Squirrly is an awesome plugin! Even if you are an expert in Onpage SEO, Squirrly can definitely save some valuable time for all your tasks.
Squirrly is the first Onpage SEO plugin that I’m using and I must say it’s doing a wonderful job. But I would also like to know your views.
Do you use any Onpage SEO plugin? If yes, does it have all the benefits like Squirrly?
Share your opinions in comments!