Hi, Jeff here, and you are about to read my honest and unbiased SEOPressor review. Please be aware that this is a completely uncensored and impartial review where I will cover both the good and bad points of SEOPressor in great detail, so if that is not for you then you should probably leave now.
Before we get started, please be aware that this is just a review.
SEOPressor Review – Initial Thoughts
SEOPressor is a plugin created by Daniel Tan and is designed specifically for on-page search engine optimization. I purchased this plugin several months ago because, although I have been creating websites for years, I noticed that I had some difficulty in ranking for the more competitive search terms. I knew that I was creating diversified backlinks as aggressively as possible, so my hope was that SEOPressor would help bring my on-page SEO up to par with my competitors. I think you will find my results surprising to say the least.
SEOPressor Review – Setup and Installation
When you first visit the official SEOPressor website, you will be presented with two purchasing options: a single license or an unlimited license. I opted for the unlimited license because I have several blogs that needed improvement, whereas the single license only allows for one website. Simply click the “Buy Now” button for the option of your choice and complete your payment details. You will then be sent a receipt to the email account you provided during purchase containing your download details.
After logging into the SEOPressor members area, I was pleased to find that the user interface was easy to understand and navigate. I had my SEOPressor plugin customized to my specific websites and downloaded to my PC in a matter of minutes. Installation to my WordPress blog was also flawless, and consisted primarily of uploading and activating the plugin. Easy peasy.
SEOPressor Review – General Settings
One great feature of SEOPressor is that you can control search engine optimization across your entire website from the plugin’s general control panel. Here are a list of features that can be manipulated across all the posts and pages of your site:
(This is an actual snapshot from SEOPressor in the control panel of this website.)
This “General Settings” section of SEOPressor is great for both manual posts and autoblogs because you can improve search engine optimization across your entire website with the click of a button. The settings you see checked above are the only ones that I usually activate, and I have seen a significant improvement on the rankings of my niche websites. Please be aware, though, that you can also control how SEOPressor affects specific posts and pages aside from the settings in your General Settings tab.
SEOPressor Review – My Personal Experience
Prior to ever even thinking about writing an SEOPressor review, I had decided to purchase the product because I had a niche website that I just could not seem to rank. No matter how hard I tried, my competitors were beating me every time. I thought I had a pretty good understanding of on-page SEO, and I had taken some search engine marketing training in the past, but nothing seemed to work. So I decided to take the plunge and invest in SEOPressor. To my surprise, my optimization was way off! See SEOPressor’s analysis of my site below (actual keyword removed for security):
When I saw the mistakes I had been making, I was in complete shock… I had been working for months every day creating valuable content for my website, creating links to my website, and even seeking search engine optimization help from professionals for much more expense than my investment in SEOPressor. Yet, nobody else had been able to tell me why my site would not rank against my competitors until this plugin came along.
UPDATE - Look how my rankings have increased since I implemented the changes suggested by SEOPressor: And that was only over the span of a month!
SEOPressor Review – The Good and Bad Points
OK, so now that you have seen what SEOPressor looks like in the WordPress Admin area, how it makes on-page SEO changes, and how it has affected my personal niche webiste, let’s discuss the good and bad points.
The Bad Points:
- Although not too much of a hassle, you do have to log into the SEOPressor members area each time you purchase a new URL and register it before your plugin will work on those new sites.
- You can only optimize for one target keyword per post using the automatic bold, underline and italicize features.
The Good Points:
- The plugin automatically takes your target keyword and tells you EXACTLY what changes to make to optimize your pages and posts.
- It is like having the best search engine optimization analysts looking over your shoulder as you develop content for your website.
- SEOPressor allows you to control optimization across your entire site or customized for each individual post or page.
- The plugin will provide an SEO score for each post to help you see how well your page will compete with your competition.
- This plugin comes with a no questions asked, 60 day Money Back Guarantee. If it doesn’t help you boost your rankings in two months (or even if it does and you just don’t like it), simply ask for a refund.
SEO Pressor Review – My Conclusions
After using the plugin for several months, I have seen a dramatic increase in both my on-page SEO and my overall rankings for my niche websites. The graph posted above shows how one of my niche sites went from ranking 100+ to the top ten! Daniel tan keeps the plugin updated regularly, and even tweaks it as needed to keep up with Google’s algorithm changes. He even modified it to work effectively after Google’s Panda updates.
If you have websites that you are struggling to rank in the search engines and could use a little help, I strongly encourage you to give SEOPressor a try. It does come with a 60 day money back guarantee, so you are protected if you choose not to continue using it to optimize your websites. Thank you for reading, and I hope you found this SEOPressor review helpful.
Jeff – SEOPressor Review