Schema.org archives


Changing URLs in search results

17 April 2015 by Joost de Valk » - 132 Comments

April 2015, Google announced that they’ll change the way they represent URLs in mobile search results. This post explains what is changing, what this means for you and how our Yoast SEO plugin will help you with these changes. What is changing in the search results? In their blogpost Google say they’ll changing the following: The website »

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Standardising WordPress theme hooks

20 June 2013 by Joost de Valk » - 16 Comments

I’ve been working on integrating our SEO plugins more deeply with Genesis the last few weeks and something dawned on me. Ever since I wrote my post on Genesis 2.0, I’ve been thinking: Genesis started a small revolution, but we should open that up. More theme developers should start doing a Schema.org API and if »

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Schema.org & Genesis 2.0

28 May 2013 by Joost de Valk » - 37 Comments

About a week ago, we “migrated” Yoast.com to Genesis 2.0, in the process we switched to their new HTML5 / Schema.org code and we slightly updated our design, making the header shorter and making improvements to our responsive design. This was a bit of work, but not even half as much as that sounds like »

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Video SEO just became a lot easier!

19 September 2012 by Joost de Valk » - 163 Comments

The Video SEO plugin I have been talking about for far too long has finally been finished and released. The short version is, it’s for sale for $89, find out more here. Keep on reading for a bit of backstory. Video SEO is probably one of the most technically challenging aspects of SEO. There are »

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