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how to increase website traffic

Online marketing boils down to two things – creating great contents and optimizing them to increase website traffic.

On-page SEO is the first step in doing SEO, before you beef it up even further with off-page factors like building quality backlinks.

But the problem with on-page SEO factors is one, it’s constantly changing. Ways to increase website traffic never stays the same.

And two, implementing them for each facet of your website and contents is a grueling task.

Just keeping track of everything is mind-numbingly tedious, but we still do it because it’s a necessity.

So how do we check every single on-page SEO factors in our whole website while also keeping up with other important tasks and maintain our sanity?

This my friend, is the exact reason why we have SEOPressor Connect.

What SEOPressor does is basically cover every single on-page SEO factors doable across your site. Not just on a content level, mind you.


SEOPressor is developed to emulate the way Google rank results as close as possible.

We do this by excessively experimenting how Google actually works in real time, get as many information out of Google’s announcement as well as pry the rest of the stuff they’re not telling from Google’s own search engine patents.

A Complete Walkthrough On Using SEOPressor Connect To Increase Traffic

using seopressor to increase traffic walkthrough chart

SEOPressor Connect features the most complete toolkit for on-page SEO you can get under one place.

None of them are fillers. What I’m going to do in this page is to walk you through the things you do with SEOPressor Connect.

From the moment you install it, to the first time global setup, down to routine optimization done with each and every new post.

My aim here is to not leave you clueless on where to start when you first land on SEOPressor’s main dashboard.

I will be teaching you on utilizing each and every features and the reason why there are there in the first place a.k.a the problems you might not know need solving.

Because honestly, it’s a shame to see our tool not used to it’s best potential.

Here’s everything I’ll be covering at a glance:

  1. Control All Of Your Site’s SEO Under One Place – Take a peek at your SEO command center where you can view your Sitewide SEO status and access all functions.
  2. Keep Settings From Your Previous SEO Plugins – Migrate your previous plugin SEO settings so that you don’t have to redo everything from scratch.
  3. Analyze Your Website’s Overall SEO Condition – Automatically auditing all facets of your website with SEOPressor and getting a list of suggested fixes and improvement.
  4. Set Up Global SEO Settings For Your Whole Site – Take care of all of the on-page SEO factors affecting your whole site in general. You’ll only need to do this once.
  5. Optimize Your Contents Individually – Going down to content-level SEO where each page targets a more specific set of keywords.
  6. Fix SEO Related Problems Across Your Site – Find and correct SEO issues such as broken links or missing meta descriptions.
  7. Future-Proof Your Site SEO – Make sure your site stays optimized with every new content and updates.
  8. Miscellaneous Tasks – Other cool things you can do with SEOPressor Connect

Bear in mind that this walkthrough will mostly cover the activities you can do with the features.

Breadcrumbs showing how to access certain features will be provided but for a more detailed look at the interface, you can refer to the Tutorial.

How SEOPressor Helps You Take Your Mind Off On-Page SEO

The way we always imagine how SEOPressor work is similar to having an SEO consultant right by your side.

You just need to focus on creating great content and SEOPressor will help optimize them for you to increase traffic.

You just need to focus on creating great contents and SEOPressor will help optimize them for you.

You just need to focus on the most important bit – creating compelling and engaging content while SEOPressor will budge in every now and then, to notify you of optimization opportunities.

Sounds cool doesn’t it?

Well then, let’s get started!

Control All Of Your Site’s SEO Under One Place

The Dashboard is a centralized control to monitor and improve the site's SEO.

The Dashboard is a centralized control to monitor and improve the site’s SEO.

The Dashboard is the central command of SEOPressor Connect where you can see your overall SEO traffic score at a glance.

It is also where you can access all of SEOPressors’ other features and plugin settings.

Here’s a breakdown of what you can do on the dashboard:


1. Know Your Site’s SEO Condition At A Glance

SEOPressor > Dashboard > Average Score & Health

seopressor dashboard score helps you monitor your site seo to increase website traffic

In the Dashboard, the first thing you’ll notice are two meters showing your website’s overall SEO score and health. I’ll explain what these actually mean later in item number 5 (Audit Your Site And Get Improvement Suggestions).

The meter actually requires you to complete a site audit before showing any values so don’t worry if you see it empty the first time you enter SEOPressor.


2. Keep Your SEO Updated Through Search Engine Changes

SEOPressor > Dashboard > News Stream

keeping your seo updated will help increase traffic to your site

The News Stream will show new updates related to SEOPressor Plugin. I know not a lot of people will care about this, but it’s kind of a big deal.

Why? For one, SEOPressor development team is constantly improving the plugin and will come up with critical fixes, code optimization as well as sweet new features.

Two, SEO as you know it, is a turbulent subject. Google changes all the time and when they do, expect us to catch up soon after.

Updating to the latest patch the moment they come out will give you access to these benefits, for free!


3. Access Every Feature From One Panel

SEOPressor > Dashboard > Bottomside Navigational Buttons

SEOPRessor Navigational Buttons

The big blue buttons at the bottom gives you a central quick access to most part of the plugin – Site Audit, Sitewide SEO, Homepage Settings, Link Manager, Score Manager, Role Settings, Plugin Settings, and when things get really out of hand, the Tutorial & Support.

Two major things not actually accessible from the dashboard are first, the On-Page Analysis System – which you can find overlaid on top of your content or page editor.

And second, the Data Importer which can be found under Tools.

Keep Settings From Your Previous SEO Plugins

I’m not going to pretend like SEOPressor is the only WordPress SEO plugin in the market.

We totally understand the fact that some of our customers are also running other SEO plugins before stumbling upon SEOPressor.

If you are one of them you’ll understand the frustration of redoing all of your SEO settings from the previous plugin into SEOPressor Connect.

To solve this issue, we’ve come up with the SEOPressor Data Importer.


4. Import Settings From Yoast Or All-In-One SEO Pack

Tools > SEOPressor – Data Importer

You can now import SEO settings from Yoast and All-In-One SEO so that you don't have to redo everything all over again.

You can now import SEO settings from Yoast and All-In-One SEO so that you don’t have to redo everything all over again.

If you have a previous SEO setup from Yoast or All-In-One SEO Pack the first thing you want to do is to import them.

Importing will override the current settings you have in SEOPressor so that’s why it should be your first step while you still haven’t configured anything yet.

It’ll also help you get a better starting score when doing a website audit a little bit later. If you don’t use these 2 plugins or you’re not interested in importing the setting you can skip this part.

You need to first download and install the importer. After you’ve done you can then start importing them:

  1. Select The Platform You Want To Import From. Currently there are options to import from either Yoast or All-In-One SEO Pack.SEOPressor Data Importer
  2. Analyze for existing SEO settings in selected platform. Analysis Results will show the number of post with importable settings as well as a list of compatible data to be imported.SEOPRessor Data Importer Tutorial
  3. Import the settings by pressing the Import button once you’re good with the list of data displayed.SEOPressor Data Importer Tutorial
  4. Wait for the import progress to be completed. This might take a couple of minutes.SEOPressor Data Importer Tutorial
  5. Confirm if the import process is successfully completed by the message given at the end of the processing.SEOPressor Data Importer Tutorial

Analyze Your Website’s Overall SEO Condition

auditing your website seo is important if you want to increase organic traffic

Other WordPress SEO plugins mostly operate only on content level.

While it’s surely nice to know the SEO score of each individual content, it’s very important to have a top-down view of your site’s SEO condition.

This way you can pinpoint poorly optimized contents that might be dragging your whole site down despite some other well-performing contents.

In addition to getting an overall SEO score for your website, SEOPressor Connect’s Site Audit feature also scans for issues like broken links, missing meta description or duplicate titles.

Using the Site Audit involves 3 key steps – Analyze, Correct, and Monitor.


5. Audit Your Site And Get Improvement Suggestions

SEOPressor > Site Audit > Summary >Analyze Website

Before you get started with everything else, you need to run an analysis of your website. It can be simply done by pressing the “Analyze Site” button in the Site Audit.

SEOPressor Site Audit

It will take some time to compile the result based on the size of your website so you can do something else while waiting for the results.

Expect around 5 minutes for the average website.

Once the analysis is done you can see the following results:

SEOPressor Site Audit

  • Average Score & Health
    Average Score lets you know the average SEO score of all the contents of your site.Health on the other hand is based on how many SEO errors exists within your sites.
  • Errors & Warnings
    After an analysis, the Site Audit will also return a list of Error and Warnings. Fixing these will improve your score and health.
  • Score & Health Trends
    This chart plots the progress of your site’s Score and Health every 30 days.


6. Fix Individual Issues In A Heartbeat

SEOPressor > Site Audit > Errors & Warnings

Errors refers to SEO issues in your sites you need to fix such as broken links or duplicate title.

Warnings on the other hand are optimization opportunities available to improve your SEO score.

Both Errors and Warnings are clumped according to issues in the same category. You can click “View All” at the end of each listed items to break them down to the parts involved.

fix errors

From here you can click “Fix This” to address each part.

fix errors

We’ll take a deeper look into fixing Errors in item number 19 and optimizing contents in item number 18.


7. Check Your Site’s Progress Overtime

SEOPressor > Site Audit > Score & Health Trends

seo score and health over time

Your site’s Score & Health might be low the first time you did a Site Audit. But as you optimize more contents and fix more issues, your score will be better over time.

The chart provided Score & Health Trends helps you to monitor if your site’s SEO Score is progressing at a preferable rate.

Score & Health Trends plots your site’s Score and Health on a monthly basis.

Set Up Global SEO Settings For Your Whole Site

sitewide SEO

Sitewide SEO affect your website as a whole before you fine-tune every single content.

Before you start doing optimizations on individual posts, it’s a good idea to first set up general SEO settings for the whole site.

In most cases, the global settings only needs to be set up once so you need not worry about it once you’ve configured it once.


8. Get On The Local Search Pack and Knowledge Graph

SEOPressor > Sitewide SEO > Local SEO

local knowledge graph

Local SEO is where you put all of the information related to your business as an organisation.

Setting this up will help give you placement on Google’s Local Search Pack as well as Google’s Knowledge Graph card.

You can do this by going to the Sitewide SEO section either through the Dashboard or the side menu.

Go to the first tab that reads Local SEO and you can see 4 submenus:

local seo settings

  1. Address – This is where you add the information related to the nature of your business as well as its physical location.Make sure the information you include is consistent with the ones you used in other online places such as Google My Business or your social media accounts.
  2. Contact – This is where you add the methods for customers can go through to reach you. Things to add includes your Website URL, Contact Number, Fax, and Email.
  3. Operating Hours – Another important aspect of the Local Search Pack is the opening hours. Add your operating hours on each day through the week here.With this addition customers may also know if you are opened at the exact time they are doing the searches.
  4. Publish Local SEO – After you have finalized all the information on previous submenus, you can publish them by going to the WordPress Widget Menu and adding SEOPressor’s Local SEO widget into your footer/sidebar.


9. Ensure Complete Search Engine Crawling Of Your Site

Sitewide SEO > XML Sitemap

An XML Sitemap is a file that contains the link to every part of your website.

Having an XML sitemap ensures that every time search engine crawlers visit your website, they are able to crawl every single page through the sitemap.

This is important as without it, they might miss certain pages that does not have links pointing to them.

SEOPressor automatically generate an XML Sitemap for your website as well as update them regularly according to your preference.

xml sitemap

To do this, follow these simple steps:

  1. Under the Sitewide SEO, select the XML Sitemap tab
  2. Toggle on the option to Enable XML Sitemap Generator
  3. Select the automatic update frequency from Always, Hourly, Daily or Weekly
  4. Select the parts you want to include or exclude in the sitemap

Additionally, you can also do the following:

  1. Regenerate the latest version of the sitemap on demand.
  2. Get the XML Sitemap url to be submitted to search engines


10. Protect Your Site From Effects Of Low Quality Links

SEOPressor > Sitewide SEO > Link Policy

In Link Policy, you have the option to turn all of the links you add in your website as nofollow links. Globally applying the nofollow can be useful in certain scenarios.

For example, if your website is a community-style website where everyone is free to add contents to the site, adding nofollow to all links by default will avoid link spammers from hurting your site.

There are two options in the Link Policy:

link policy

  1. No-follow External Links – Applies to text-based links
  2. No-follow Image Links – Applies to linked images


11. Control How Your Site Is Displayed In Search Results

SEOPressor > Homepage Settings > Meta Settings > Title Tag
SEOPressor > Homepage Settings > Meta Settings > Meta Description

Through this setting you can designate and generate machine-friendly meta description for your website:

meta settings

  • Title Tag – Controls the title of your website when displayed in search results.
  • Meta Description – Define the search snippets to be used when your site is displayed in a search result.As you fill out the Title Tag and Meta Description, you can view a preview on how your website will be displayed in search results.


12. Display Accurate Details In Google Knowledge Graph

SEOPressor > Homepage Settings > Knowledge Graph

To be recognized as an entity in Google Knowledge Graph, the least you need to do is to add official information about your website/organisation and designate official social media profiles to be linked:

knowledge graph details

  • Company Logo – Including an official company logo will aid Google in using the right image in your Knowledge Graph display.
  • Contact Number – Including a contact number is especially beneficial if you want your customers to be able to contact you immediately upon seeing your Knowledge Graph display.
  • Social Media Page URL – Designating your official social media profiles allows Google to include the right one to be displayed in the Knowledge Graph. Especially useful for big companies that have others create fan pages or even fake profiles using their brand name.


13. Control Your Website Link Appearance In Facebook

SEOPressor > Homepage Settings > Facebook Open Graph

If you’re not setting up your site for Open Graph, upon pasting a link to your website in Facebook, it might appear with a wrong image, unoptimized title and a randomly picked snippet.

customize open graph

This might be how your website might look if you share it without optimizing for Open Graph.

By assigning your site’s title, image and description you want using SEOPressor’s Open Graph tool, you can easily revamp the look of your links when they appear on Facebook!

Everything is set up nicely!

Everything is set up nicely!


14. Control Your Website Link Appearance In Tweets With Twitter Card

SEOPressor > Homepage Settings > Twitter Card

twitter card

How your website look when Tweeted.

Similar to Facebook, not setting up a Twitter Card for your site will lead to a plain tweet, only displaying your website URL in plain text.

By adding a custom title, description and image in your Twitter Card generator, your website will have a premium look every time people tweet your site!


15. Avoid Duplicate Content Issue

SEOPressor > Homepage Settings > Meta Settings > Canonical URL

duplicate content

If different URLs with same contents are found, Google will have to pick only one of them to be ranked.
You can help Google choose the one you want using Canonical URL.

Having multiple sites with the exact same content will pose a problem with search engines.

Google for example will only choose one among many duplicate sites to be ranked and they might not be the one you want.

There are cases when duplicate sites are necessary. For example creating mirror sites as backup or creating a test site.

By assigning a canonical URL of the main version among the duplicates to be ranked, Google will know which one to pick.


16. Move To A New Domain While Keeping Your Ranking Score

Homepage Settings > Meta Settings > 301 Redirect URL

301 Redirects

Make sure you use redirects when moving your website to a new URL.

There are times when you need to move your website to a whole new URL. But if you do this, search engines will treat your current or old URL as terminated.

Meanwhile on your newly moved website, it will be treated as a new website and your previous ranking and SEO effort will be reset.

Even worse, all of the links pointing to your old website will be broken and potential visitors won’t be able to visit your newly moved site through them.

With SEOPressor’s 301 Redirect URL tool, you can redirect visitors heading for the old URL to the new site.

Through the 301 Redirect, search engines will also acknowledge that the site is moved and keep the ranking score of the previous URL in the new site.

Simply enter the destination URL of the new site in the 301 Redirect URL and you’re set!


17. Manage How Google Index Your Site

SEOPressor > Homepage Settings > Meta Settings > Robot Rules

Robots.txt instructs search crawlers on where they should and shouldn't go. This will allow search engines to view only the best side of your site.

Robots.txt instructs search crawlers on where they should and shouldn’t go. This will allow search engines to view only the best side of your site.

Getting search engine crawlers to visit and index your site most of the time is a good thing.

But there are times when we don’t actually want that. For example if the website is still new and filled only with filler “lorem ipsum” contents or a major reconstruction is in place.

Getting crawled during these times might result in Google giving our site a low score because of the temporary lack of quality content.

This, along with a list of other crawler issues can be avoided by setting up rules to be adhered by the crawlers, which is doable using SEOPressor’s Robot Rules.

There are a number of settings can be done to control what search engine crawler does in our website:

robot txt

  • No-index – Disallow Google from showing the site in their results.
  • No-follow – Tells Google robots to not follow any links on the site at all.
  • No-translate – Prevents Google from allowing users to translate their site with the Google Translate tool. Also prevent the [Translate This Page] option to be displayed in your result.
  • No-snippet – Tells Google not to show a snippet (description) under your Google listing, it will also not show a cached link in the search results.
  • No-odp – In some circumstances, Google uses descriptions from the Open Directory Project as the title and snippet for a web result; this tag lets you opt out of the ODP title and description.
  • No-image-index – Lets you specify that you do not want your site to appear as the referring site for an image that appears in Google search results.
  • No-archive – Tells Google not to store a cached copy of your site.

You won’t be using these a lot but keep it in mind just in case the situation calls for it.

You can also apply the same Robot Rules on page level instead of globally. You can do this by editing each particular page and finding the same options under the “Meta” tab of the SEOPressor extension.

Optimize Your Contents Individually

content search engine optimization

Optimizing each of your content based on the unique keywords drives targeted traffic to yout website for free.

While it’s true that you have set up SEO on the site level, it’s important to individually optimize each content separately.

This is because each content can target different keyword than your site to achieve specific goals.

For example, SEOPressor site is all about “WordPress SEO Plugin”. But our blog talks about a lot of different things related to internet marketing.

One post targets “monetizing your blog”. Another post might be catered for people looking to take advantage of current popularity of “pokemon go” for their “local business”.

Targeting and ranking your contents based on different, but related keywords give you the opportunity to boost website traffic from much larger pool of searches.

At a glance, the process to optimize individual content is quite similar to how we optimize the site.

But on closer inspection, content level optimization actually goes deeper and more comprehensive.


18. Optimize And Rank Your Contents Based On Targeted Keywords

SEOPressor > Add New Post > SEOPressor
SEOPressor > Edit Post > SEOPressor

SEOPressor Connect lets you optimize for up to 3 target keywords.

SEOPressor Connect lets you optimize for up to 3 target keywords.

In order to optimize your contents you need to have two things ready:

  1. A completely written content
  2. Keywords you want to target for that content (up to 3 keywords)

SEOPressor On-Page Analysis system will analyze your content based on the targeted keywords, calculate an SEO score for it and give a list of suggestions on how you can improve the score.

By optimizing your content based on the suggestions given and getting high SEO Score, the content will be in its best shape to be ranked high for the targeted keywords.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on optimizing your contents:

  1. Add your content
    Write or copy and paste your content in the WordPress interface.

add your content in wordpress interface

  • Add target keywords
    Expand SEOPressor and add up to 3 keywords in the Score tab.


  • Calculate your SEO Score
    Press the “circle arrow button” to calculate the content’s SEO Score based on the given keywords and get improvement suggestions.calculate seo score
  • Start optimizing
    Expand the “Suggested Optimization” section for list of optimization opportunities to be followed. Try to score as many items as you can.keyword based seo optimization

    Suggestions may include items such as:

    • Keyword density – Percentage of keywords in your content compared to the total word count.
    • Keyword placement – Strategic places to include your target keyword such as title, introduction and image alt tag.
    • Word count – Recommended ideal length for your post
    • Image-to-text ratio – Lets you know if you have the right amount of images related to your wordcount.
    • Readability score – Lets you know if your content is easy or hard to read.
    • LSI keywords usage – Detects if you use enough related LSI keywords in your content.
  • Add LSI keywords
    Expand the “LSI Keyword Suggestion” section for a list of LSI keywords related to each of the targeted keywords you have. Using the suggested LSI keywords will further improve your SEO score.
  • Add Meta Description
    Switch to “Meta” tab to add the following:

    • Title Tag – This will be used as the title on search engine results. There’s a character counter to help keep your title below the limit truncation limit of Google search results.
    • Meta Description – This describes your page and may be used as the search snippet. Also includes character counter.
    • Canonical URL – This helps prevent duplicate content issues on that particular content.
    • 301 Redirect URL – This redirects incoming visitors to the provided URL.
    • Robot Rules – This controls crawler’s behavior when crawling your page.

Most of these are similar to their Sitewide SEO counterpart.

  • Control Content Social Share Display
    Switch to “Social” tab to configure how your content link will be displayed on Facebook and Twitter.

    • Facebook Open Graph
      configure your facebook link share with open graph
    • Twitter Card
      twitter card summary with large image
  • Optimize for semantic web
    Switch to “Schema” tab to create semantic markups for your content.

    • Schema.org – Adding Schema Markup to describe your content can make it easier for search engines to understand your content and rank them properly.
    • Dublin Core – Adding Dublin Core also makes your content easier to understand by machine users in general.
  • Recalculate post-optimization score
    Recalculate your SEO Score after you are done with the optimization. You can repeat the optimization process until you get a satisfying SEO Score.

Fix SEO Related Problems Across Your Site

fix seo issues

Other than optimizing contents, you should also look for errors that can lower your SEO score.

Other than optimizing contents with poor SEO properties, another important thing is to fix problems that might be bringing your site’s SEO score down.


19. General Fix

SEOPressor > Site Audit > Errors & Warnings

fix SEO errors and warnings

Most of the issues need fixing are scattered in a different part of your site and requires a different solution.

Thankfully, the suggestions given in the Site Audit’s Error section also provide you with the directions on where to go to fix individual problems.

Just follow the “Fix This” link and apply the appropriate solution.


20. Fix Broken Links

SEOPressor > Link Manager > Link Profile’s Health

Most fixable issues can directly be fixed through the Site Audit Error section.

Broken Links on the other hand, have a feature dedicated to track and fix broken links across your site. This is to cater to the high amount of links usually present in every website.

find and fix broken links

The Link Profile’s Health feature lists all of the links present in your whole website along with these details:

  • Post/Page Title – The exact page that houses the link.
  • Anchor Text of the link – Text used as anchor to tether the link.
  • Status – Broken or Alive
  • Last checked – Date the status of the link is last checked

Instead of sifting through hundreds of pages with thousands of words each to test the status of the link, SEOPressor does this for you.

Broken links will be listed on top so that they can be easily tracked and fixed wherever they are located.

Future-Proof Your Site SEO

keeping your seo optimized for all time

Preparing your website so that they stay optimized with each new contents will make your job smoother in the long run.

So you’ve finally done it. All existing contents are optimized and all issues fixed.

But how do you keep things this way? New contents are created on a regular basis by your content team.

If you have no control over the quality of each new content, pretty soon you will be overwhelmed by new un-optimized contents and have to repeat the cycle of re-optimization.

Well, we got answers for that problem as well!


21. Set A Content Optimization Standard

SEOPressor > Plugin Settings > Advanced Options > Minimum Publishing Score

Managing a consistent quality is not an easy task especially if you have multiple writers working on content creation across your site.

What can be done in this scenario is to set a minimum SEO score to be achieved for each post prior to publishing.

set minimum seo score

Setting a minimum SEO score ensures all contents are optimized at the point of creation

By setting the required score to a high enough amount, say 85%, your writers will strive to follow the optimization suggestions in order to boost their content to the required quality.

As they get used to this practice they will soon absorb the best SEO practices naturally in their writing skill and will require less tweaking for every content.

This way you can revamp your content creation to get more optimized contents faster.

Simply go into Plugin Settings and set the desired Minimum Publishing Score.


22. Track Contents And Writers With Top SEO Score For Reference

SEOPressor > Score Manager

Keeping track of high performing posts allows you to understand and replicate the success.

When you have a lot of contents written by a lot of writers, there are bound to be differences in performances.

Knowing top performing contents is important to understand more about the process needed to replicate the same performance.

Same goes with writers that can consistently create well-optimized contents on the fly. Useful techniques and pointers can be shared to the rest of the team so that the SEO copywriting skill on average can be raised.

You can do this by utilizing SEOPressor’s Score Manager.

The Score Manager displays all posts along with its Title, Author, Type, Date, Keywords, and SEO Score.

You can rank the results based on highest SEO Score and analyze the Title, Author as well as the targeted keywords for them.

You can then delve further to check each page’s style of writing and SEO properties.

The same can also be done inversely on low performing posts.

Analysis can be done on identifying common mistakes, practices and optimization parts often missing. These can be used as reference for key areas to improve.


23. Automatically Link Important Keywords In Contents

SEOPressor > Link Manager > Automatic Smart Linking

automatic smart linking

Having a consistent internal linking structure is a clear sign to search engines that your site write thematically consistent contents.

This will help search engines to identify your site’s expertise and strength around your niche and rank you higher on related queries.

You can make this work by identifying recurring keywords you’re using across your site and create a content to be linked to from that keyword.

Once the content exists, you can start linking each of that particular keyword found from all over your site.

But by the point of creation of the content, there might already be thousands of those keywords scattered all over your website.

Finding each and every single one of them and linking them one by one is a super boring and tedious job.

This is where SEOPressor Automatic Smart Linking feature comes in.

Simply add a new Smart Linking item under the “Add New” tab under Automatic Smart Linking and fill up the following

  1. Keyword to link – Creates a link whenever this keyword is present.
  2. Target URL – Destination URL of the post the keyword will be pointing to
  3. Cloaking Folder – Add this if you wish to alter how your link will appear upon mouse over. Especially useful to improve appearance of long, complicated URLS.
  4. Maximum links per page – The smart part of the feature. Instead of simply linking every keyword found and risk looking spammy, you can limit how many keywords you want to be linked per page.

Once you’ve set these up, all of the keyword (limited for each page if you designated a maximum number) currently present in your site will be automatically linked to the targeted content.

As an added bonus, all of the keyword in future posts will also be automatically linked upon creation!

Repeat the same process to link other recurring keywords to other posts and you’ll end up with a massively interconnected blog that enhance both user experience as well as your SEO score.


24. Adapt To Google’s Latest Algorithm Update

SEOPressor > Dashboard > News Stream


SEO is a constantly evolving field where best SEO practices changes according to Google’s latest algorithm change.

Our team here at SEOPressor keeps a close eye to new changes and incorporate them in the latest version of SEOPressor Connect.

Check out the News Stream under the Dashboard once in a while to get the latest version of SEOPressor Connect that incorporate major changes in Google’s ranking algorithm.

This ensures that you won’t be practicing obsolete SEO practices.


There are still few other things you can do with SEOPressor that might not fit the other categories so I’ll list them up here.


25. Get LSI Keywords Suggestion For Better Keyword Researching

SEOPressor > Add New Post > SEOPressor

SEOPressor Is Now Powered By LSIGraph

One of the best tools to get LSI Keywords suggestions is by using LSIGraph.

But the thing is, LSIGraph limits how many times you can get suggestions per day.

SEOPressor’s own LSI Keywords suggestion feature is actually powered by the LSIGraph engine, only difference is that there’s no limit on how many keywords you want to search for.

lsi keyword suggestion

You can do so by creating accessing the SEO On-Page Analysis through the WordPress’ Add New Post interface.

Enter up to 3 keywords you need to research and press the circular arrow button to process them. Afterwards, expand the LSI Keyword Suggestions section to get a list of LSI keywords.

You can switch to each of the 3 keywords here to get LSI keywords for all of them.


26. Monitor SEO Status Of Multiple Sites

SEOPressor > Plugin Settings > Plugin Requirements & Activation

If you have a multi-site license for SEOPressor, you can also track the SEO Score and Health for each of your site with SEOPressor installed.

This is especially useful if you have many sub sites and you need a quick way to analyze the score of each of your website at a glance.


27. Optimize Navigation Experience With Link Shortening

SEOPressor > Link Manager > Automatic Smart Linking > Cloaking Folder

Links can play a lot of roles when it comes to website analysis. You can add trackers to links to make it easier for you to analyze metrics such as click-through rates or traffic source.

But doing this usually ends up adding a long gibberish line of code at the end of your link that doesn’t look good for visitors.

So instead of displaying the links manually, you can use the Cloaking Folder feature of Automatic Smart Linking to change the appearance of your link and remove the added tracking URL from user view.


28. Limit Access To Sensitive SEO Feature

SEOPressor > Role Settings

Certain features can break your site’s SEO properties if not configured correctly. One biggest example is the global nofollow meta setting.

The nofollow rule is useful to block search engines from indexing your site when it is under construction.

But if turned on while your website is already up and running, it will make search engines stop indexing new contents and updates from your site. This will negatively impact traffic coming from search engines.

So it is important for every features to be handled only by those who truly understand their functions.

Using the SEOPressor Role Settings allows you to designate who can access what.

A site SEO manager might be given full access to all SEOPressor settings to allow monitoring and improving the general SEO aspect of the site.

While copywriters (especially guest writers from outside of your organisation) can be limited to only able to access the content level On-Page SEO Analysis to be able to optimize their contents.

SEOPressor Walkthrough Conclusion

So we are done with the 28 ways you can use SEOPressor Connect to score every single on-page SEO factors possible across your website.

Accomplishing this will facilitate a better search engine crawling and understanding of your site, allowing them to rank your website high on useful, related keywords.
And that’s not all. With the increased user experience through seamless internal linking as well as consistently updated, engaging and easy to read contents, even human visitors will have a great time browsing through your site.

Happy visitors will return to your site, promote it and might even complete a purchase.

If you already using SEOPressor Connect, use this guide to maximize the usage of the plugin in ways you never imagined possible.

If you still haven’t start optimizing your site, you can sign up as SEOPressor user here.

So what do you think? Are there any other ingenious way you use SEOPressor to increase organic traffic to your site? Be sure to share them in the comments section below.

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