Why Squirrly SEO is Better then WordPress SEO by Yoast

Hi Vladimir, Hi dear readers of Chooseplugin.com,

Squirrly SEO has a better checklist of SEO things that need to be done in order to reach excellent SEO. And they are made according to updates from Penguin and Panda, of Google. This one part got us respect from some great SEO experts in the UK.

We have a keyword tool that has been built specifically for SEO, with all the hacks that a SEO person needs to do to Google Keyword Tool to display proper results for him. It takes into account some of the most important things for SEO, when researching a keyword. Though I admit that I recommend using a list of suggestions from the Google tool and running those through Squirrly’s Keyword Tool, for SEO check.

We also have an inspiration box that has proved useful, which allows anyone to prepare materials for new blog articles very fast and get them out of the “writer’s block”.

More then that, all the good SEO settings that All-In-One SEO and Yoast have to offer, Squirrly incorporates. And they are automated. Plus, there are settings for Google Analytics, to make it easier to instal. Also, Webmaster Tools, Bing and Facebook META. And if you upload a favicon for your blog with Squirrly, it also generates an icon for all Apple Devices.

Squirrly comes with great customer support over email, facebook and skype. And free updates. We work continuously at improving the User Experience and we make sure that we keep our clients happy. We are a company of 5 and our only focus is Squirrly SEO.

Best regards,

Florin Muresan

Founder and CEO

PS: We were even featured on Delivering Happiness for the way we make customers happy with our product: http://www.deliveringhappiness.com/everyday-happiness-florin-squirrly-and-how-theyre-making-happy-work/ 


[DISCLOSURE] we think that Joost de Valk is great. His focus righ now is on Video SEO, where he does a good job again. And we know that he will succeed in delivering a great product in that area. We thank him for what he did for SEO on wordpress. Now it is our time to take WordPress SEO to the next level.

Happiness and Denying the Negative | Delivering Happiness at Work

Happiness and Denying the Negative | Delivering Happiness at Work



Summary: Trying to feel happy may actually make people unhappy because it can be an unrealistic approach to experiencing contentment.

Key Take Aways:

– Setting huge goals and suppressing information that seems ‘negative’ may actually make failure more likely.

– Happiness may result more from small things we practice on a daily basis, rather than obtaining large external things like material objects or social approval.

Happiness Fact of the Day 20 Jan

Charlie Brown was a B-17 Flying Fortress pilot with the 379th Bomber Group at Kimbolton, England. His B-17 was called ‘Ye Old Pub’ and was in a terrible state, having been hit by flak and fighters. The compass was damaged and they were flying deeper over enemy territory instead of heading home to Kimbolton.

After flying the B-17 over an enemy airfield, a German pilot named Franz Steigler was ordered to take off and shoot down the B-17. When he got near the B-17, he could not believe his eyes. In his words, he ‘had never seen a plane in such a bad state’. The tail and rear section was severely damaged, and the tail gunner wounded. The top gunner was all over the top of the fuselage. The nose was smashed and there were holes everywhere.

Despite having ammunition, Franz flew to the side of the B-17 and looked at Charlie Brown, the pilot. Brown was scared and struggling to control his damaged and blood-stained plane.

Aware that they had no idea where they were going, Franz waved at Charlie to turn 180 degrees. Franz escorted and guided the stricken plane to, and slightly over, the North Sea towards England. He then saluted Charlie Brown and turned away, back to Europe. When Franz landed he told the CO that the plane had been shot down over the sea, and never told the truth to anybody. Charlie Brown and the remains of his crew told all at their briefing, but were ordered never to talk about it.

More than 40 years later, Charlie Brown wanted to find the Luftwaffe pilot who saved the crew. After years of research, Franz was found. He had never talked about the incident, not even at post-war reunions.

They met in the USA at a 379th Bomber Group reunion, together with 25 people who are alive now – all because Franz never fired his guns that day.

When asked why he didn’t shoot them down, Stigler later said, “I didn’t have the heart to finish those brave men. I flew beside them for a long time. They were trying desperately to get home and I was going to let them do that. I could not have shot at them. It would have been the same as shooting at a man in a parachute.”

Both men died in 2008.