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Ask Yoast: How to get most out of cornerstone content

24 October 2016 by Joost de Valk - 2 Comments

You did it! You’ve written that awesome post that’s designated to be one of the cornerstone articles of your site. And now what? How can you show Google that it is one of the most important articles on your site? This is an issue a lot of our site review customers struggle with. The answer is quite …

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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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Ask Yoast: Include taxonomies in XML sitemap?

30 September 2016 by Joost de Valk - 1 Comment

Your tag and category pages could be very important pages on your site. If you’re using these pages in the right way, they can boost your site’s SEO. You might wonder if you should also include these taxonomy pages in your XML sitemap. In this Ask Yoast, we explain whether you should, and why! Our support team received the following question …

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Tagging posts properly for users and SEO

14 September 2016 by Joost de Valk - 7 Comments

Tags for a post can be hard to choose: in this post I’ll explain why they’re important and how to choose them. One of the hardest things as your site becomes bigger is creating and maintaining a site structure that actually makes sense. Tags and categories can help create that structure, allowing people to easily …

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The site structure of a growing blog

12 November 2015 by Marieke van de Rakt

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. …

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Yoast.com: redesigned

14 September 2015 by Joost de Valk - 22 Comments

This September, we released our redesign. Of course, we changed our design for a reason. Years ago, Yoast.com was “just” a blog, now it’s much more and our new design reflects all the sides of our business better. As soon as you enter our homepage you can see we do a lot more than just write informative blog posts. …

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How to incorporate cornerstone content

Cornerstone content should be informative, fun to read and extremely well written. These articles should reflect your business or the mission of your business. Once you have written such awesome content, you would like search engines to notice these pages. You should thus make sure your internal linking structure shows Google that your cornerstone page …

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