If your business website’s goal is to get in touch with (potential) customers, you should avoid a number of contact page mistakes. Here, we’ll mention the mistakes we find most annoying. And we’re not unique in that. In my previous post about contact pages, I already mentioned that the right content on this page can improve both …Read: "Five annoying contact page mistakes"
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We’re thrilled to announce that CRO expert Karl Gilis will be speaking at YoastCon on November 2! Karl Gilis from AGConsult is one of the most influential usability and conversion optimization specialists in the world, and our go-to-guy if we need advice on these things for Yoast.com. We’ve asked him 5 questions – well 6 actually – …Read: "Interview with Karl Gilis, AGConsult – YoastCon speaker"
Internal search is a valuable asset for any informational website containing over 20 pages. That value is even higher when it comes to internal search for online shops. The faster a visitor gets to the desired product, the more likely he or she will buy it. Following my post on internal search for informational websites, I’d like to …Read: "Internal search for online shops: an essential asset"
SEO can be a rather complicated and abstract thing. What exactly do we mean by increasing keyword density? How do you start with improving the structure of a site? That’s why I’m going to write a series of Ask Yoast case studies. In these case studies, I’ll take a look at a specific site (the owner …Read: "Ask Yoast case study: SEO of a mom blog"
A few weeks ago, I went to my first proper WordCamp, in London. I went as a designer, and I wasn’t expecting to learn very much, but spoiler warning: I was wrong. In this post, I will explain why going to a WordCamp is worthwhile as a designer, why WordPress needs more designers, and how designers …Read: "Contributing to WordPress as a designer"
It’s official: Google announced that page speed will be a ranking factor in its mobile-first index. But what does that mean? There’s no beating around the bush anymore: you should work on making your site as fast and accessible as possible. Don’t wait, do it now. I mean it. Work on your mobile SEO. For …Read: "Page speed as a ranking factor: what you need to know"
Internal search is the search option on your own website. It’s, for instance, the search widget in WordPress and the product search in WooCommerce. Make no mistake: if your website has over twenty pages, your website should most definitely have that internal search option. There are a number of best practices for that search option, and I’d like to …Read: "Internal search: why and how"
Two years ago, we wrote about why we really don’t like sliders. We still don’t like sliders. If your theme forces you to include a slider (also named carousels) on your homepage, please realize that it’s making you use a feature that has no value for SEO. A feature that is probably slowing down your site …Read: "Sliders suck and should be banned from your website"
In this post, we’ll go over a number of contact page examples, so you’ll be able to review your own contact page and improve it. For a lot of companies, that contact page is the main reason they have a website in the first place. For others, the contact page filters or manages all incoming …Read: "Contact page examples: What makes a great contact page?"
Reviews or testimonials are mostly said to work on the basis of social proof. Social proof is a psychological process in which people copy the behavior of others, in an attempt to reflect correct behavior. Increase chances of Google showing rich snippets of your site in the search results: learn how to add structured data …Read: "Grow your business with ratings and reviews"