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Yoast SEO 4.0: lightning fast internal linking

13 December 2016 by Joost de Valk - 83 Comments

After months of hard work, we are ready to show Yoast SEO 4.0 to the world. In this version, we’re shipping an awesome Premium feature that many of you will find very, very helpful. We’ve figured out how to make the search for related posts to link to, fast and faultless. In this post, we’ll …

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Why is site structure important?

8 December 2016 by Marieke van de Rakt - 7 Comments

Structuring your site is a crucial element of SEO. If you want to generate more traffic to your website, you should create a structure for your site that makes sense to Google and your site’s visitors. In this post, I’ll explain why site structure is such an important aspect of SEO. Structure shows importance to Google …

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Ask Yoast: How many (internal) links on a page?

24 November 2016 by Joost de Valk - 5 Comments

Links are valuable for search engines. Therefore, it’s important to understand how Google and other search engines use links. They use the number of links pointing to a webpage to determine how important that page is. Not only external links could help in the ranking of a page in Google, but the internal links could help …

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Related posts need to make sense, not just be there

14 October 2016 by Michiel Heijmans - 10 Comments

Related posts are a way to keep a visitor on your website. People use related posts to reduce the number of visitors that leave your website after reading an article. A related posts section is the glue that binds posts together. Does that mean you have to install a plugin that takes care of this for …

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Using cornerstone content to make your site rank

8 December 2015 by Joost de Valk - 56 Comments

Without doubt the most common question we are asked is: “how do I make my site rank for keyword X?”. What most people don’t realize is that they’re asking the wrong question. You see, sites don’t rank: pages rank. If you want to rank for a particular keyword, you’ll need to determine which page you want …

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Basic SEO training video: cornerstone content

5 November 2015 by Marieke van de Rakt - 2 Comments

Our Basic SEO training teaches you how to optimize your site. One of the strategies we explain is creating cornerstone content. Cornerstone content is the most important content on your site. It should be informative, high quality content related to your core business. When it’s part of a good site structure it can help your site’s rankings tremendously. In this tiny fragment of our Basic …

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What type of content should a cornerstone article be?

11 June 2015 by Marieke van de Rakt

Cornerstone content is a very important aspect of your SEO strategy. You have to create a few really awesome pages and optimize these pages for your most important keyword. Subsequently, you should link to these very awesome pages with your other pages and blogs (focusing more on long tail keywords). In this blog post, I …

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Why focus on long tail keywords?

9 October 2014 by Marieke van de Rakt

Focusing on long tail keywords is a great SEO tactic. Long tail keywords are keywords or key phrases that are more specific – and usually longer – than more commonly searched for keywords. Long tail keywords get less search traffic, but will usually have a higher conversion value, as they are more specific. They allow …

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