Besides optimizing your product pages for user experience, you want to make sure these pages are as good as possible for SEO as well. Obviously, you might think. In this post, I’ll show you two not so obvious (at least for most website owners) elements of product page SEO and tell you why it’s so important …Read: "Product page SEO"
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This is a week of quite a bit of news. Google pushed a new standard called Accelerated Mobile Pages and an update to prevent hacked sites from ranking in the search results. Let’s dive in! Accelerated Mobile Pages The biggest news of the week is Google’s push for a new web standard they’ve developed together with a ton …Read: "Weekly SEO recap: AMPlified spam"
We’ve been working really, really hard these past few weeks to finalize our first Yoast Academy training. Now, we’re counting the days until the launch: only 5 days to go. The Basic SEO training will be available starting from October 12 and will be offered at an introductory price of $249 this October (after which the price will …Read: "Get ready for the launch: Yoast Basic SEO training!"
If you’ve done our Basic SEO training, you already realize that product page SEO isn’t just about optimizing your title and headings. Product page SEO is about making that product page as user-friendly as possible, making sure bounce rate is as low as possible and the page looks awesome in Google. It’s about product page UX …Read: "Product Page UX"
We quite often find sites that have become a victim of Google Panda’s algorithm, or run the risk of getting “Pandalized”. A site runs the risk of being hit by Panda when it has a lot of low quality pages. In this post I want to give you some quick insights into what Google Panda is and …Read: "Google Panda & low quality pages"
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"
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"
I’m at the airport in Munich while writing this, going back home after a week with the brightest minds in SEO surrounding me at SEOktoberfest. Luckily, there was plenty of news to discuss :) Local search If you’re doing local search optimization and want to know a bit more about it, Moz’s local search ranking factors research piece …Read: "Weekly SEO Recap: local and iOS9 search"
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?"
I write this knowing that next week I’ll be in Munich with many friends of the SEO industry for SEOktoberfest, a conference unlike any other. We’ll talk shop with some of the best and brightest minds in our industry and to say I’m excited is an extreme understatement. Google loses antitrust case in Russia These headlines …Read: "Weekly SEO Recap: antitrust ranking factors"