At Yoast, we’ve been ridiculously busy getting ready for all the product launches we’ve got coming up, like our Basic SEO training course. Luckily, we also still have time to look at the news because Google has been rather busy and there was other stuff to tell too, regarding new Apple releases. Google Panda & …Read: "Weekly SEO Recap: Google app indexing & rel=author"
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In the series ‘Ask Yoast’ we answer your SEO related question. Submit your question by sending an email to email@example.com and you might get a personal answer on video! Today’s SEO question comes from Gude Hudson-Gool from Kent. She is wondering: “In my online shop, should I aim to get the SEO ‘green light’ on each individual …Read: "Ask Yoast: Do I need to optimize all of my product pages?"
When you succeed in getting visitors to one of your blogpost, you want them to stay and read your stuff. Readers (and especially first time visiting readers) are bored really quickly. You should grab their attention extremely fast and help them to understand the main message of your blog. In this post, I will give five …Read: "Blog SEO: make people stay and read your post"
Two weeks ago we asked you to post your SEO question for Yoast on our Facebook page. We loved to see the questions coming in! We’ve chosen (what we considered) the best ones and in the weeks to come, we’ll provide you with answers to the selected questions. The first question that got selected comes from Chris: “How …Read: "Ask Yoast: How to handle blog posts that will expire?"
New iPhones! Search news? Oh right… So… About that search news. Panda’s making U-turns, Yandex penalizing sites for selling links, Bing offering new keyword tools and more! What happened to Panda? Google announced a Panda 4.2 update that’d “very slowly” roll out a while back, we covered that. It seems as though, according to this post by …Read: "Weekly SEO Recap: Panda U-Turns and new Bing tools"
If you write an amazing blog post, you’d like it to help in the ranking of your site, right? If you create awesome content, you’d like people to read it now and be able to find it and read it later. Also, you want new visitors on your site to read some of your older blog …Read: "Blog SEO: add categories to your blog!"
Heading tags, as the name implies, are tags that are used for the creations of headings. The most important tag is the <h1> heading tag, and will usually be the title of a post. Heading tags have a top-down hierarchy from <h1> to <h6>. This post just had to be written. Somehow we often have …Read: "Headings and why you should use them"
Earlier, I wrote a post about the use of long tail keywords. Focusing on long tail keywords could be a good strategy, especially when trying to rank in a highly competitive market. But how do you decide on which (long tail) keywords you want to rank? This post will give you some handy tips and keyword …Read: "Keyword research tools: which ones to use?"
Writing a well structured blog post and an SEO-friendly blog post at the same time can be a challenge, this guide helps you out!Read: "10 tips for an awesome and SEO-friendly blog post"
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 …Read: "Weekly SEO Recap: Google Panda 4.2"
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