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WordPress SEO 2.0: focus on what matters

26 March 2015 by Joost de Valk » - 111 Comments

Yoast SEO

We’re proud to announce the availability of WordPress SEO 2.0. This release adds new features for Google’s Knowledge Graph and improves the design, layout & usability of the WordPress SEO plugins admin screens in many ways. Google Knowledge Graph Google recently introduced new features for their knowledge graph, allowing you to highlight yourself in the search »

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GA plugin security update & more

19 March 2015 by Joost de Valk » - 13 Comments

It’s been quite the week here at Yoast. Our release of a security update to WordPress SEO was followed by several other major plugins uncovering similar issues and a renewed interest among security researchers into big WordPress plugins. Turns out we had another issue to patch, so today we released an update to our Google Analytics »

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WordPress SEO Security release

11 March 2015 by Joost de Valk » - 93 Comments

WordPress SEO by Yoast

This morning we released an update to our WordPress SEO plugin (both free and premium) that fixes a security issue. A bit more details follow below, but the short version of this post is simple: update. Now. Although you might find your WordPress install has already updated for you. What did we fix? We fixed a »

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Public betas for our plugins

15 January 2015 by Joost de Valk » - 18 Comments

public betas for our plugins

Over the last few months we’ve been working hard on improving how we build and test our plugins. We’re writing more and more unit tests and are trying to prevent issues from popping up. There’s one recurring issue though: we can’t test everything. Hosting environments vary so much that we have decided to do more public »

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The 2014 Yoast year in review

24 December 2014 by Joost de Valk » - 22 Comments

In 2014 Yoast once again grew exponentially. I thought it’d be fun to highlight some of the things that happened and show what we’ve been working on that might have been somewhat hidden. User base Our WordPress SEO plugin is now used by approximately 4 million users worldwide, with our Google Analytics plugin following with »

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Yoast’s Holiday Sale

11 December 2014 by Thijs de Valk »

Note: The discount has ended, which means the links here will go to the packages with the normal prices again. The holidays are just around the corner! At Yoast, we truly do love Christmas and New Year’s eve. The main reason we love it so much, is because it gives people the motivation to start so »

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Google Analytics by Yoast gets Dashboards

9 December 2014 by Joost de Valk » - 60 Comments

Today we released quite a big upgrade to our Google Analytics plugin, for both free and premium users. We’ve built a dashboards feature that shows you some top of the line stats for your site, and if you’re a premium customer, provides high-quality reports on the custom dimensions included in it. Basic reports The first ones »

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Recent posts and comments for WordPress

2 December 2014 by Michiel Heijmans » - 19 Comments

When I was writing the chapter about internal links for our ebook, I also mentioned Recent Posts and Recent Comments. But these subjects were mentioned only very briefly. It seems so logical to add these for any blog, that it didn’t seem necessary to use more than a page to explain these. But if it »

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What is Local SEO?

26 November 2014 by Arjan Snaterse » - 25 Comments

setting up landing pages for your site with the Local SEO plugin

Our Local SEO Plugin has been amongst our most popular plugins for more than three years now. However, we never really highlighted or explained why it is so awesome! Let’s do that right now! Local SEO basically is the optimization process for the local results in search engines. That means the plugin takes care of your »

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WordPress security and Sucuri

20 November 2014 by Michiel Heijmans »

wordpress security must read article by yoast

When comparing WordPress to other website management platforms, people that favor other platforms tend to mock WordPress’ security. With the huge user base WordPress has, it’s not unlikely that hackers target WordPress websites. But that for sure doesn’t mean that WordPress is insecure per se! Actually, there is a lot that can be done to make it even more »

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