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Meet Yoast!

9 June 2008 by Joost de Valk - 68 Comments

Update: Curious how it all started? This is the launch post of yoast.com by Joost. One for the books ;-) After a couple of years on joostdevalk.nl, I’ve decided it was time to do a couple of things at the same time: redesign to a more professional look move to a .com domain and US …

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SEO for Newspapers

22 February 2008 by Joost de Valk - 50 Comments

photo credit: Martini Captures In preparing for our first meeting with our new client het Financieele Dagblad today Ramon showed me a few articles he’d found on Newspaper SEO, and while reading through them I thought: kind of ok, but not completely there yet. So I present you with my ideas on Newspaper SEO, based …

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Using segmentation in Google Analytics for WordPress RSS readers

15 October 2007 by Joost de Valk - 13 Comments

One of the things I’ve been wanting to do for a while seems to be finally nearing completion. Google Analytics allows you to segment users into custom segments, and there’s one segment I’ve been aching for. I want to be able to segment RSS readers, to be able to see the different browsing behavior of …

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Perfectly coded AJAX with fallbacks, and still no Google love?

2 August 2007 by Joost de Valk - 1 Comment

You’ve probably seen it too… Great looking websites coded with all sorts of fancy AJAX functions, and it’s done absolutely right. If you disable javascript, all the links that were first used to show content or do an action on the current page, now take you to a new page on which the content you’re …

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