Posts by Edwin Toonen archive - page 7


Yoast SEO 5.4

6 September 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 10 Comments

Yoast SEO 5.4

The developers at Yoast HQ are quite the busy bees. In the past few weeks, we’ve released Yoast SEO 5.3 – with some pretty cool features -, helped build a plugin that provides the ‘glue’ between two of the biggest WordPress plugins out there and launched an innovative new customer portal called My Yoast. After »

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Ranking #1 with Dave Naylor

5 September 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 3 Comments

Interview Dave Naylor

He’s been active in the SEO industry for over 14 years, and founded one of the UK’s most wanted Digital Marketing agencies, Bronco. With a proven ability to achieve great results, even in the most competitive of fields, Dave Naylor can rightly call himself an SEO genius. So it goes without saying that we’re thrilled to »

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5 questions: Remkus de Vries – Forsite Media

1 September 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 1 Comment

Interview Remkus de Vries

His name is Joeke-Remkus de Vries, but you can call him Remkus. You might know him by his online handle DeFries and you could have run into him at one of the many WordCamps around the world. Remkus is a well-known and respected figure in the WordPress community and we’re glad to offer him the possibility »

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Yoast SEO supports Advanced Custom Fields (ACF)

22 August 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 6 Comments

open source

Advanced Custom Fields, or ACF, is one of the most popular WordPress plugins to date. It makes it possible to turn WordPress into a full-blown, custom-made content management system. How? By providing an easy way to add and manage custom fields. To use the content analysis of Yoast SEO in these custom fields, you need »

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Yoast SEO 5.3: The community edition

22 August 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 3 Comments

yoast seo 5.3

At Yoast, we greatly value our brilliant community. Hundreds of people voluntarily help us to improve our products by giving valuable feedback and insights into their usage of Yoast SEO. Contributors fix issues and suggest enhancements to make our work increasingly better. Today, with the release of Yoast SEO 5.3, we add another chapter to »

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What is a permalink?

18 August 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 6 Comments

SEO basics: what is a permalink

The permalink is the full URL you see – and use – for any given post, page or other pieces of content on your site. It’s a permanent link, hence the name permalink. A permalink could include your domain name (www.yoast.com) plus what’s called a slug, the piece of the URL that comes after the »

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Yoast SEO 5.1: Internal linking suggestions in Italian

25 July 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 24 Comments

Yoast SEO 5.1

Our development team is steadily chugging along and today provides you with a new and improved edition of Yoast SEO. This release features mainly enhancements and fixes, plus a slew of updates to our language support. Let us walk you through the new version we know as Yoast SEO 5.1, starting with our main focus »

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Which redirect should I use?

19 July 2017 by Edwin Toonen »

Keep or delete old content

As an SEO or website owner, sooner or later you are bound to run into redirects. Whenever you delete a page, change your URL structure or switch to a new domain, you’ll have to redirect your URLs. Changing URLs is really important for your SEO, but can be quite daunting. That’s why Yoast SEO Premium »

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Google Search Console and structured data

22 June 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 19 Comments

google analytics dashboards

Google Search Console is an incredibly important tool for website owners. This tool shows you how your site appears in the Google search results. It also shows you what to improve to make the most of your listings in the results. One of the many cool features of Search Console is the structured data analyses found »

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Why there’s only one model: the open source model

21 June 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 4 Comments

Open Source

WordPress was built by the community. In just a few incredibly productive years, it grew to become the most popular CMS in the world, and all of us in the WordPress Community played a role in the evolution and development of WordPress. Together, we made it into the popular powerhouse it is today. If there »

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