Technical SEO archives

How to get mobile Rich Cards in Google

21 December 2016 by Edwin Toonen » - 7 Comments

Rich Cards are the newest addition to Google’s enhanced search results. Using structured data in the form of Schema.org, certain types of subjects can get an enhanced presentation in Google. Rich Cards, not to be confused with rich snippets, are search results in card form that the user can swipe through and mostly pop up »

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Ask Yoast: change URLs when relaunching website?

16 December 2016 by Joost de Valk » - 4 Comments

Ask Yoast stopwords in focus keywords

Relaunching a website can be an overwhelming project. You need a new design and perhaps new functionalities. What should you do with your existing content? And what about new content? The more changes you want, the more challenging it gets. In this process you might face the question if you should change or keep your URLs. »

Categories: Content SEO, Technical SEO
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Rich snippets everywhere

9 December 2016 by Edwin Toonen » - 17 Comments

Rich snippets everywhere

Rich search results are everywhere. Years ago, search engines presented search results without much adornment. Today, the search results look very different. We see extra information beneath the links, plus a couple of big blocks of rich content, depending on what you look for. The additional lines beneath results are called rich snippets, and they »

Categories: eCommerce, Technical SEO
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Pagination or infinite scrolling: which is best for SEO?

7 December 2016 by Michiel Heijmans » - 22 Comments

pagination or infinite scrolling

Something that’s always up for discussion is how to load new content on your archive, category or search results pages. You can do this in a number of ways. You can list a certain amount of posts or products and add a ‘next’ link at the bottom of that list. You can add a ‘load more’ button at »

Category: Technical SEO

Archive SEO: archive by topic, not by date

6 December 2016 by Joost de Valk » - 1 Comment

category seo

A common practice for many blogs is to use date-based archives for their archive pages. These long lists of links, sorted by month and year, group posts that were made during that period. Although this initially might make sense, it can have an adverse impact on your archive pages’ SEO. Your archives could be an »

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Let us care for your site: Yoast SEO Care

1 December 2016 by Joost de Valk » - 14 Comments

Yoast SEO Care

As a hard-working site owner, it is often difficult to find the time to work on issues that are holding your company back. You might find that the blog posts of your competitor appear higher in search results, but you don’t know what to do about it. Or, you might discover that your site isn’t »

Categories: Announcements, Technical SEO, WordPress
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Local business listings with Schema.org and JSON-LD

25 November 2016 by Edwin Toonen » - 13 Comments

JSON-LD for your website

One of the things you can do to present your local business better in search results is Schema.org data for rich snippets. By adding structured data to your site, you can help search engines understand what your business is about and how it performs. For this reason, you have to add your NAP details, a »

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Google Search Console: Search Appearance

22 November 2016 by Michiel Heijmans » - 8 Comments

webmaster tools bing

There are a lot of ways to check how your website’s doing these days. The most common one people use is probably Google Analytics. Google Analytics is definitely a great tool for monitoring your site. However, since the ‘not provided’ development, it’s become pretty hard to monitor your SEO efforts. And unfortunately, most tools that »

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Ask Yoast: why and how to minify your JS and CSS

21 November 2016 by Joost de Valk » - 6 Comments

Ask Yoast stopwords in focus keywords

If you check your site speed with Google PageSpeed Insights you might get the advice to minify your Javascript (JS) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) files. Your JS files contain the code for the interactive elements of your website. And in your CSS files you specify the design of your pages. Minifying those files will decrease your page »

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Grow your business with ratings and reviews

10 November 2016 by Michiel Heijmans » - 4 Comments

ratings and reviews

Reviews or testimonials are mostly said to work on the basis of social proof. Social proof is a psychological process in which people copy the behavior of others, in an attempt to reflect correct behavior. A testimonial tells you that someone you can identify with has bought a product and loved it. That must mean »

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