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How to clean up your site structure

How to clean up your site structure

This is a republish: we’ve made some minor changes to it. We decided to republish it, because this post and its content are still applicable and important now. We all know that moment where your website has grown to this monstrous collection of pages. That moment when you realize that you have too many pages…

Don’t block your CSS and JS files

Don’t block your CSS and JS files

Yesterday, we got a question on Facebook that made me feel the need to respond publicly: are you guys going to have a fix for the Google Bot issue that came up today? For every site I have using Yoast for my sitemap I got this error from Google Webmaster Tools today: “Googlebot cannot access…

10 tips for an awesome and SEO-friendly blog post

10 tips for an awesome <em>and</em> SEO-friendly blog post

Writing a blog post -like all other writing- is a skill. In order to keep your reader interested, you should think about structuring your text and writing in an appealing style. You should help your readers to grasp the main idea of your post by providing headings, subheadings and clear paragraphs. If people understand and…

Weekly SEO Recap: Google Panda 4.2

Weekly SEO Recap: Google Panda 4.2

First things first: I type this as I’m getting ready for a holiday, so the next weekly SEO recap will be on August 21st. Luckily, Google released Panda this week, so I can cover it now. And there’s more, including a statement by Google about the new top level domains. Let’s dive in: Google Panda 4.2 Google has…

Internal Search for webshops: An essential asset

Internal Search for webshops: An essential asset

Internal search is a valuable asset for any informational website containing over 20 pages. That value is probably double or more for webshops. The easier a visitor gets to the desired product, the more likely he or she will buy it. Following my post on internal search for informational websites, I’d like to elaborate a bit more…

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