Something that’s always up for discussion is how to load new content on your archive, category or search results pages. You can do this in a number of ways. You can list a certain amount of posts or products and add a ‘next’ link at the bottom of that list. You can add a ‘load more’ button at …Read: "Pagination or infinite scrolling: which is best for SEO?"
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A common practice for many blogs is to use date-based archives for their archive pages. These long lists of links, sorted by month and year, group posts that were made during that period. Although this initially might make sense, it can have an adverse impact on your archive pages’ SEO. Your archives could be an …Read: "Archive SEO: archive by topic, not by date"
In this post, we’ll shed some light on Schema.org and JSON-LD. What is it and how can you put it to use for your website? There are many ways to let Google and other search engines know what your page is about. Next to writing awesome content, which should always be your starting point, we …Read: "Use JSON-LD to add schema.org data to your website"
At WordCamp Milano, I gave a talk with the enticing title Why every developer should read Plato. The short answer to that question: to learn Socratic thinking. In this post, I will share some of my personal journeys as a philosopher in software development. In doing so, I will also introduce a few philosophical concepts that might help you …Read: "Why every developer should read Plato"
Even if you try your utmost best, chances are hackers will find a way to hack your site. Following our WordPress security article, I’ll show you five things you should do right after you find your site to be hacked. Some of those things you should probably do before it even happens! 1. Understand what just …Read: "5 things to do after a hack"
There is a significant difference between a real estate site and a ‘regular’ website. Real estate sites have temporary content: when an estate is up for sale, there is a page for it online. But when it’s sold, it tends to leave the internet. In this post, I’ll tell you how to deal with that. First …Read: "How to optimize your real estate site"
Today we’re releasing Yoast SEO 3.1. It’s a release we’re truly very proud of in terms of functionality but also in the process we’ve gone through. Yoast SEO 3.0 was arguably our biggest release ever, with a lot of changes that needed to happen but it also lead to issues. Yoast SEO 3.1 aims to keep the …Read: "Yoast SEO 3.1: Improved snippet editor and primary category"
Google has a long set of webmaster guidelines, these are guidelines on how to improve your site for search. They recently updated those guidelines, and every time they do such an update to their guidelines, it’s interesting to see what they added and what they changed. Most of the changes were slightly overdue as they had …Read: "Google updates its Webmaster Guidelines"
In 2016, a new HTTP status code saw the light. This status code, HTTP 451, is intended to be shown specifically when content has been blocked for legal reasons. If you’ve received a take down request, or are ordered by a judge to delete content, this is the status code that allows you to indicate …Read: "HTTP 451: content unavailable for legal reasons"
We’ve just released Yoast SEO 3.0. This release includes real time content analysis, the “upgrade” of our snippet preview to a snippet editor, an upgrade to how we handle categories and tags and an integration with Ryte. And that’s just the headline features. Since the “creation” of Yoast SEO as a plugin, we’ve not done …Read: "Yoast SEO 3.0"