An introduction to the Squirrly SEO WordPress Plugin: You’ll be Shocked by What These 49,000 People Like You Taught Us About Online Visibility, also titled "Online Visibility for your WordPress." This article reports how this company turned their research about successful websites into a set of tools available from within the WordPress Dashboard through the Squirrly SEO 2018 (Briefcase) WordPress plugin. The article also provides a brief overview of some of the tools available from within the plugin. It is especially useful if you consider the possibility of using this specific plugin for your own WordPress web site.
Amongst the 10 Time-Saving blogging Tools you Need to Use, Neil Patel, refers to Squirrly SEO as "A complete content marketing suite" (Coaching Session II, from Squirrly). This article provides very interesting information and insights. For example, it points out that "Recent statistics show that once you accumulate 51 useful posts, blog traffic will increase by 53%. And traffic will triple once you hit 100 posts." The most interesting feature of this article is indicated within its title, and it is to provide a brief description of blogging tools. Here are a few of them, that I might want to investigate further for my own presence online:
- Google Docs -- "Google’s suite of Docs, Sheets and Slides allows you to create and edit documents online, for free" (Neil Patel).
- Quora and Quora French -- "If only there was a social media network where a deeper connection could be built and people engaged with each other on a deeper level – imagine how useful that would be. Well, this network does exist. It’s called Quora. [...] A lot of smart bloggers are using Quora to find long-tail keywords that they can’t find with Google AdWords’ Keywords Planner." (Neil Patel).
- HubSpot -- Quoting Brian Clark, Neil Panel writes: "A poor headline will render your blog content invisible." He then goes on to show how the Hubspot's blog topic generator may be of help in filling this need. A free version with limited functionality seems to exist.
As I began to use Squirrly, it led me to a glob called blogdei that used a tool called FaceBook Comments, and which I wish to investigate.