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What is Google’s Knowledge Graph?

1 May 2019 | 5 Comments | Edwin Toonen

Google’s Knowledge Graph is hard to find, but its results are not. Take, for instance, that big block of information that appears on the right-hand side of your desktop screen after entering a search term. This block – also known as the Knowledge Graph Card – contains relevant, context-specific information regarding your search, powered by …

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Yoast SEO 11.1: Even more Schema enhancements!

30 April 2019 | 10 Comments | Edwin Toonen

You’ve probably noticed we’re doubling down on our Schema structured data implementation. In Yoast SEO 11.0, we rewrote what we output and how we do that. Not only that, we put every piece of structured data in a neat, interconnected graph. We’re not done yet! In Yoast SEO 11.1, we’re introducing proper image markup and …

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WordPress 5.2 RC, Site Health Check feature, release WP CLI 2.2

29 April 2019 | 3 Comments | Remkus de Vries

Did you know you update plugins, configure multisite installations and much more, without using a web browser? You can with a tool call WP CLI and it saw a big update. WordPress 5.2 saw its Release Candidate, well, released, and there’s a fun CSS related bonus link this time. Let’s dive in! WP CLI 2.2 …

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15 advanced link building tactics & tips to boost your SEO

Link building remains the SEO industry’s white elephant. Many proclaim that link building is spammy, dead, and even harmful to your SEO. But link building remains a primary part of an effective performance-based SEO strategy. And when executed properly contributes to higher organic search rankings. I recently gave a presentation at YoastCon 2019 outlining my …

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WooCommerce 3.6, AMP plugin update, WPGraphQL and WordPress news

23 April 2019 | 4 Comments | Remkus de Vries

It’s time for another roundup, packed with updates. Today’s headlines: WooCommerce finally embracing the Gutenberg editor fully, AMP for WordPress delivering great improvements with their new update and an introduction to WPGraphQL. So much WordPress news to cover! WooCommerce 3.6 Loves Gutenberg WooCommerce saw an update that delivers much better integration with the new Block …

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