Push Button SEO Review

It seems every 5 minutes that there is a new  push button SEO WordPress plugin promising great things to users.      WordPress SEO plugins tend to come in a few different flavours there are those that make it easy to complete your SEO meta data on each post and page, those that track your ranking and link building efforts and those that teach you to optimize your content for the search engines for maximum effectiveness.

We know that if we want to rank our sites in search engines like Google and get their coveted first page position organically then we need to optimize our content for the search engines.         SEO means different things to different people.       Some people have set rules about keyword research, keyword density, content formula and links.      It can all result in a lot of time being spent to perfectly optimize your posts for search engines and engage visitors as well.

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Rules of  Engagement

Nowadays in the changing content delivery and engagement world (or blogging as I call it!)  it’s important to have different modalities for visitors to consume your content and  for search engines to spider.    A combination of  text, images and video/audio is an effective way of ensuring that the visitors that hit your site have a way of consuming the information in the way that they want.      Add in some social media share buttons and your truly  on your way to the first steps in creating an engaging blog.

The problem ….  

The problem is that:

a) most of us don’t like to think too much when creating our content about keyword density, LSI, related tags and the like; and

b) we don’t have time to create multiple forms of content for each post that we write across multiple blogs.   Heck some of us even struggle with writing the post!

WordPress Solutions to the Rescue

WordPress plugin developers have known this for years and have created plugins that can pull in content in the form of video, images and the like.    Other plugins have been created to teach us SEO by use of a plugin.     The problem with both those solutions is that there was never ONE easy to use solution that allowed you to quickly optimize  your content and bring in related content for more engagement.

Push Button SEO Review

Problem Solved 

A new WordPress plugin has hit the market the brain child of  successful internet marketer Brian Johnson.    The plugin addresses all the common SEO issues and makes SEO  push button easy for newbies and experienced users alike.    The plugin allows you to quickly add in your  Primary keyword for your post.   It then gets busy and analyzes your content.      It uses a simple traffic light system of red, amber and green.    If  your content is green your keyword is in the content sufficiently.       You can then pull in related keywords so you can either incorporate them in your post or use them as tags.      Now there are all already plugins that do this on the market and they are good.     There are two main differences with this plugin.    The first difference is that it is easy to use.     It doesn’t complicate things by telling you about keyword density and lots of other stuff it just gives you the relevant traffic light.

The next difference with this plugin is that it allows you to pull in SEO friendly content to add more engagement, interest and SEO value to your content.      You can quickly search using your keyword for images, video or snippets in the form of blogs on that topic or news.     Click the content to add it to your article.    It really doesn’t get any easier.   A simple refresh of your browser will let  you know if  your content has now been given the green light or if you still need to add a bit more content in.

Push Button SEO WordPress Plugin


The plugin has a number of  features in short it:

  • builds a  database of incoming search terms from search engines.   In the admin screen you can see the keywords that  you are ranking for.   You can then use that information   to optimize the content for even more traffic
  • improves internal linking
  • allows the user to choose additional seo friendly content from Flickr, You Tube, News and Blogs to import into your posts or pages.
  • allows users to show snippet content for trackback love
  • shows related searches and keywords that you can use to incorporate into additional LSI content in your posts or use as tags
  • prompts you to change meta data
  • easy to use with simple but effective interface and little, if any, learning curve
  • comes with SEO training


  • You still need an SEO plugin for your meta data.   I prefer Yoast SEO and it works well with that
  • if you use Yoast SEO it already has inbuilt related keywords (but not as comprehensive as Push Button SEO)
  • there are about 3 plugins that you could use (most premium plugins) that you could combine to get the same effect (although one has heavy server load)

From the blogosphere:

Push Button SEO Review – Using Your Key Phrase

Placing your key phrase in notable positions will help you to get a excellent rating in the research engines. copy the snippet content and link to the result to click the sippet

Push Button SEO

Push Button SEO is a WordPress plugin that will help you automate the SEO process

WordPress SEO

And, yes I used the beta version of Push Button SEO in conjunction with Yoast SEO to create this post.

Grab your copy of  Push Button SEO 

or pick up the lite version of the plugin to try it out.


Quick SEO Tips For Your WordPress Blog

If you want free traffic to your WordPress blog there are a  lot of things that you can do but one of the first things should be to optimize your blog for the search engines.

If your blog is seo optimized then the search engines can find your content easily and index it, rank it which will ultimately lead to visitors finding your site.

If we type “Google” for example into the search results then surprise, surprise the first results that are returned are Google.   This is because amongst other things Google have optimized their site for the search engines to find them.

There are a few things that you can do to make your site more seo friendly.    First of all you can choose an SEO friendly domain name.   All that means is that your domain name is one of the keywords that you want to rank for.

For example,  “wp queen” is not one of my keywords that I am trying to rank for but it is the domain name for this site.

A search of Google shows that I am number 1 for that keyword (even though I wasn’t trying!) all the work for that listing was done by the domain name.

The next thing that you can do is to use a WordPress theme that is seo friendly.   Now, the term “Seo friendly” means different things to different folks so I’ll just stick to some basics here.    First of all, you want to make sure that the post titles are a H1 tag, that the theme is fast loading, that the content loads before the sidebar and that there are not a lot of graphics that are being used which can slow down the load time.

You can also make your images work hard for you as well.    So don’t name your images “image1” because that has no seo value at all!  Make sure you name your images with the name of the keyword/s that you are trying to rank for so that your image results will be returned in the image search results.   Don’t over do it though!

Yep, there seems to be something in that naming the images theory!

One of the most important things that you can do is install a plugin seo helper for your blog.     There are a number of plugins available for blogging seo but two of my favorites are HeadSpace 2 and Platinum SEO.

This short video will show you how to install the Platinum SEO plugin and configure it and how to use it to get full seo advantages for your pages and posts as well as your blog.


One of the other things that you should always remember to do when writing your content is to use tags.    Think of tags as related keywords.   So for example; if your main keyword was “dog training” then some tags that are related might be “puppy training” “dog obedience training”  “dog security training” etc.    Tags help to put your content in context for visitors and from a search engine point of view every tag that is created in WordPress automatically becomes a page in its own right – this simply means that it is yet another place for the search engines to find you.   Like all things – don’t over do the tags – 5 is probably enough.

Finally, for internal linking a plugin like YARP is great for linking related posts together and well worth installing.

That’s enough for the quick tips today but I will add some more soon.