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Structured data with Schema.org: the ultimate guide

15 May 2018 by Edwin Toonen » - 14 Comments

Rich snippets

To get search engines to fully understand your site, you need structured data in the form of Schema.org. This guide helps you on your way.

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Yoast SEO 7.5: Привет, Россия

15 May 2018 by Edwin Toonen » - 13 Comments

Yoast SEO 7.5

The Russian language is huge; 265 million people have Russian as their first or second language, making it the world’s eighth most used language. What’s more, according to W3Techs Russian is the second most used language online — following English by a huge margin. As of today, all of the Russian language WordPress users can »

Category: Announcements
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Yoast SEO 7.4: Enhanced image support

1 May 2018 by Edwin Toonen » - 22 Comments

Yoast SEO 7.4

Please welcome to the stage: Yoast SEO 7.4! In this release, we’ve squashed a number of bugs and focused on enhancing the way Yoast SEO works with Open Graph images. We also made some other enhancements that improve the way the plugin functions. Happy updating!  Improved handling of images Images are very important for several »

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How to add HowTo structured data to your how-to article

26 April 2018 by Edwin Toonen » - 18 Comments

JSON-LD for your website

You might know that structured data in the form of Schema.org can do wonders for your search results. It also forms the basis for an ever-increasing amount of new and exciting developments on the search engine front. Google has said many times that structured data is beneficial. You can even introduce structured data that Google »

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What is HTTP/2?

19 April 2018 by Edwin Toonen » - 30 Comments

What is HTTP/2?

HTTP/2 is a newish protocol for transporting data that will drastically speed up the web and can help your SEO. The ‘old’ HTTP1.1 protocol only allows web servers to send files down a single line one at a time, and that line has to open and close after each file has been sent – a »

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Yoast SEO 7.3: Import all the things

17 April 2018 by Edwin Toonen » - 5 Comments

Yoast SEO 7.3

Two weeks ago, Yoast SEO 7.2 brought a solid update to the import features of the plugin. In Yoast SEO 7.3, we’ve expanded this improved importer with a slew of newly supported plugins you can import your data from. Find out which plugins we support in this post. But of course, there’s more! Importing from »

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Yoast SEO 7.2: Fixes and improvements

3 April 2018 by Edwin Toonen » - 15 Comments

Yoast SEO 7.2

These past few weeks were all about the 7.0 release of Yoast SEO. That release brought many changes and made a lot of SEO work easier to understand and do. In 7.1 we fixed some bugs, improved the importers and added a new language to our roster: Portuguese. Yoast SEO 7.2 — out now — »

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Is Fact Check for Yoast SEO a joke?

2 April 2018 by Edwin Toonen » - 5 Comments

Fact Check for Yoast SEO 1.4: only facts of course!

Yesterday we released a new add-on to Yoast SEO: Fact check for Yoast SEO 1.4. Were you getting excited to use it already? Then we’re very sorry to disappoint you, but it’s an April Fools’ joke. Or is it…? Our dear colleagues Danny and Irene genuinely built this plugin. Read this short interview and learn »

Categories: Announcements, WordPress

Get our new free plugin: Fact Check for Yoast SEO 1.4 Beta

1 April 2018 by Edwin Toonen » - 40 Comments

Fact Check for Yoast SEO 1.4: only facts of course!

While developing and benchmarking for new releases of Yoast SEO, we keep a keen eye on requests made by users. An issue that consistently raises concerns is the uprise of fake news. So today, we present Fact Check for Yoast SEO 1.4 Beta, a free add-on for our Yoast SEO plugin. Read how and why »

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Yoast SEO & Ryte: Checking your site’s indexability

28 March 2018 by Edwin Toonen » - 9 Comments

Crawl efficiency

Your site needs to be up and running if you want to be found in search engines. If you aren’t blocking anything — deliberately or accidentally — search engine spiders can crawl and index it. You probably know that Yoast SEO has lots of options to determine what does and doesn’t need to be indexed, but »

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