SEO News Updates: SEOPressor Now Covers the Latest Google Algorithm Changes and Search Engine Optimization Trends

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Shah Alam, Malaysia - May 28, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

SEOPressor is making it easier to stay caught up with the most recent search engine optimization news as the SEO and inbound marketing blog has released its all-new SEO News Update.

With this, marketers and SEOs can stay up-to-date with the latest SEO news insights and happenings in the industry.

The news will be posted each Friday, whereby the team at SEOPressor will cover everything important that ranges from the latest Google algorithm updates to any SEO chatters within the various forums, on top of tweets from SEO experts and Google’s John Mueller.

Steph W, the community manager of SEOPressor, highlighted the importance of following the latest news and updates related to the SEO industry.

“SEO is ever-changing and it always will be. From the latest May 2020 Core Update to AI System BERT, Google makes hundreds of changes to its search engine every year. That’s why we created this weekly SEO News Updates for our readers to keep track and stay on top of the latest optimization trends.”

Beyond being a quick SEO news digest, SEOPressor is also looking to help readers understand the impact of each news and most importantly focus on the practical actions businesses and websites can take to develop a sustainable SEO strategy weathering any change.

“After all, the most important reason we want to follow Google’s news is to pick up on the hints and trends that will tell you what is happening now and what is going to happen tomorrow,” the SEOPressor community manager further adds, noting that this will help us prepare for future search engine trends and opportunities ahead.

Ultimately, the success of any website’s optimization efforts and ranking durability depends on the ability to stay ahead of the curve. Winning the race for SEO, in the long run, will require an understanding of the latest trends and implementing them into your SEO strategy.

Founded in 2010, SEOPressor has been one of the leading WordPress plugins for on-page optimization, helping to empower more than 35 million websites worldwide to rank higher in search engines for their targeted keywords.

SEOPressor also operates a blog of the same name providing tips and guides to help business and website owners to build online visibility, traffic, and conversion. Now, with its latest SEO News Updates, the blog is looking forward to helping readers capitalize on the emerging trends and further boost their website to rank on the first search engine result page.

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About SEOPressor

SEOPressor was developed when Daniel Tan found a need among growing fresh, internet marketers out there who were completely inexperienced in doing on-page SEO. Realizing how difficult it is to manually optimize on-page SEO and that outsourcing can cost too much time, money, and effort with a risk of producing shoddy results, SEOPressor steps forward as the mandatory WordPress SEO plugin for anyone to optimize on-page SEO and has since grown to help empower more than 35 million websites.

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