This was very much the “week after” for us. Yoast SEO 3.0.4 saw the light, but other than that most of us are still recovering. It was also a week full with tiny little nuggets of newsy niceness. From SSL on WikiPedia to AMP to Penguin. Let’s dive in! SSL all the things This is a …Read: "AMPing up to SSL all the Penguins"
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Our website reviews are on sale! For the next two and a half weeks you’ll get a $100 discount on our Silver SEO review and Gold SEO review and a $700 discount on our Platinum SEO review. That’s almost 30% off! Check out our website reviews » Silver SEO review The Silver SEO review is the least expensive review. Nevertheless …Read: "Website SEO reviews: now on sale!"
This week we released version 3 of our Yoast SEO plugin. I can honestly say we’re very proud of this release. I’ll recap a bit on the release and there was one bit of news from Google I don’t want to withhold you: they released the search quality guidelines they give to their quality raters …Read: "Quality!"
Usability is important: for everyone. To make sure your site can be properly used by all your visitors (even if they’re (visually) impaired), you have to optimize your site’s accessibility. Every software developer should at least have some basic interest in this. Well-known WordPress accessibility expert Rian Rietveld has trained both our review and development team and although …Read: "Accessibility matters"
We’ve just released Yoast SEO 3.0. This release includes real time content analysis, the “upgrade” of our snippet preview to a snippet editor, an upgrade to how we handle categories and tags and an integration with Ryte. And that’s just the headline features. Since the “creation” of Yoast SEO as a plugin, we’ve not done …Read: "Yoast SEO 3.0"
Our Basic SEO training teaches you how to optimize a website in a holistic way. Holistic means that we won’t focus on one aspect, we consider all important aspects that can make your site awesome and rank well! That’s why we included a module on usability and conversion in the Basic SEO training. One topic we discuss is …Read: "Basic SEO training: clear call-to-action"
A couple of interesting small tidbits this week, that all together show the direction (Google) search is heading in. Let’s dive into this weeks news: Google bolding answers to questions Remember the Hummingbird update? Google worked on being able to parse questions better so it knew what you were searching for. This week, some people noticed …Read: "Google directions"
It is never easy to set up a new blog. It can take quite some time to get picked up by the search engines. Nevertheless, as your blog starts to grow, you’ll probably face new SEO problems. In the upcoming weeks, I’ll discuss some of the difficulties you might encounter as your blog really starts to grow. …Read: "Growing your blog by improving site structure"
In our previous post about local SEO, we explained how to set up local landing pages for your site. In this post we’re going to highlight one of the other features of our Local SEO plugin and Local SEO for WooCommerce plugin: the store locator. A helpful tool for your visitors The store locator isn’t something …Read: "Local SEO: using our store locator"
We’re working hard on our upcoming Yoast SEO 3.0 release. Multiple focus keywords is slowly proving itself to me as probably the best thing we’ve ever made. It wasn’t the hottest week in search, which is probably a good thing as we’ve had plenty of those recently, but still there’s some stuff to report, ranging from app …Read: "Mobile friendly & snippets"