Last week, Google announced a new feature in their knowledge panels. You’re now able to verify your branded or personal panel and add or change some of the information in it. But what exactly are knowledge panels? Are these useful? Should your company have one? I’ll tell you all about it in this post! What …Read: "All about Google’s knowledge panels"
A brand is the name of a company or product that is used in promotion and other communication. Branding is leveraging that brand to create recognition, trust and reputation for your product and/or company. It’s closely related to determining the goal for your business, finding a niche, and positioning it. All these things help you carry out your keyword research, with is essential to your SEO strategy.
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This ultimate guide covers small business SEO. Want your site to rank high in the local search results? Read all about it here!Read: "Ultimate guide to small business SEO"
You might have heard the term before: mobile parity. With, as a subset of that, content parity. Perhaps “One Web” triggers some kind of recognition? It all comes down to one thing: is your mobile site equal to your desktop site? In this article, I’ll give you some pointers on why you should check that …Read: "Mobile parity: are your desktop and mobile site equal?"
Off-page SEO is about everything that doesn’t happen directly on your website. Optimizing your website is called on-page SEO and includes things like site structure, content and speed optimizations. Off-page SEO is about, among other things, link building, social media, and local SEO. Or in other words, generating traffic to your site and making your …Read: "What is off-page SEO?"
Branding plays a vital role in the success of your business. We’ve written about branding several times on this site, for instance, the 5 tips on branding and Low-budget branding for small businesses articles. Your domain name should also be a part of your brand. But should you buy one of those fancy new TLDs …Read: "Ask Yoast: Using a TLD as part of your brand?"
SEO is important for every website that wants to attract traffic. SEO for non-profits, in that regard, isn’t that different from SEO for other businesses. For non-profits -often struggling to make ends meet- it can be a cheap and effective way of attracting traffic. Making sure your website is findable in the search engines increases …Read: "SEO for non-profits"
Those used to tabbed browsing know why favicons are important. Your site will stand out from the rest if your favicon is recognizable. After all, a picture says more than a thousand words. Personally, I often find myself pinning websites in Google Chrome, still my browser of choice. As a to-do list, or simply because I …Read: "Favicons and your online brand"
Planning your website is much like planning your holiday. If you rush into things, your hotel might be crappy, the surroundings without anything to do, and you might even pay way too much for it. Here, I’ll explain the process of planning a (new) website from scratch. And make that process clear by highlighting similarities …Read: "Planning your website like your holiday"
We often get questions from people asking about the influence of domain names on SEO. Is there any relation at all? Does it help to include keywords like product names in your domain name? Is the influence of domain names different per location? And what’s the use of using more than one domain name for a site? …Read: "Domain names and their influence on SEO"
A website of a larger company can often represent multiple areas of business, or divisions. If one division outgrows the others, or if expectations for one area are very high, the company might want to consider a separate website or domain. When this happens, what’s the best approach for SEO? Set up a new domain …Read: "Ask Yoast: Should you give a division a separate domain?"