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Ask Yoast: Include WooCommerce product tags in your XML sitemap?

9 March 2018 by Joost de Valk - 7 Comments

XML sitemaps are an important part of your site because they ensure search engines can crawl all the pages on your site that you want to appear in the search results. It’s up to you to decide what pages you want to include, and what pages are better left unincluded. Keep an eye out for …

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Which pages should I noindex or nofollow?

Some of the pages of your site serve a purpose, but that purpose isn’t ranking in search engines or even getting traffic to your site. These pages need to be there as glue for other pages, or simply because whatever regulations require them to be accessible on your website. As a regular visitor to our website, …

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Ask Yoast: Order of categories and subcategories in URLs

23 February 2018 by Joost de Valk - 13 Comments

It’s important to put some thought into your URL structure, particularly when you’re starting a new website. If you make sure your URL structure is clear and focused right from the beginning, you won’t have to face the huge task of changing and redirecting all your URLs later on. But, of course, sometimes you need …

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Checking mobile site speed and SEO with Google Lighthouse

6 February 2018 by Edwin Toonen - 3 Comments

Two words you often hear together are mobile and site speed. And that’s not without reason because these two go hand in hand. Mobile-friendliness and site speed are some of the most pressing matters we have to deal with as SEOs, developers, and site owners. Measuring page speed has always been something of a dark …

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Mobile parity: are your desktop and mobile site equal?

1 February 2018 by Michiel Heijmans - 13 Comments

You might have heard the term before: mobile parity. With, as a subset of that, content parity. Perhaps “One Web” triggers some kind of recognition? It all comes down to one thing: is your mobile site equal to your desktop site? In this article, I’ll give you some pointers on why you should check that …

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What is multilingual SEO?

30 January 2018 by Willemien Hallebeek - 18 Comments

If your online business is doing well in your country, you might consider expanding to international markets. To be successful in new markets requires some extra investments in SEO though. You’d better start thinking about multilingual SEO, if you want to be sure your website will be found and used well in other countries! Here, …

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