Adding videos to your pages or posts can enrich the experience a user has on your site. In our case, for instance, when we want to explain how a certain feature of Yoast SEO works, adding a video or screencast showing you how to use it, will most likely contribute to the understanding of the use …Read: "Ask Yoast: Video on YouTube or on my own site?"
Must read articles about Video SEO
Making short video blogs (vlogs) can be a great way to attract new audiences and to entertain or surprise your current audience. It could make the blog on your website livelier. But is it always a good idea? And what does vlogging mean for the SEO of your website? How do you decide whether to …Read: "Blog or vlog?"
About 2 months ago I released my first premium plugin for WordPress, my Video SEO plugin. A lot of people have asked me about the how and why of the selling and I thought it’d be a good idea to outline that in a post. Why sell premium WordPress plugins? Of course we got some …Read: "Why & how we sell premium WordPress plugins"
In helping out people who are using my Video SEO plugin, I’m finding that some sites get “hit” by what I now call the “Not really a video page” effect. While it’s a pretty rare phenomenon I thought it was a good idea to share with the wider community and see what one can do …Read: "Video not showing in search results: why?"
A small note from Joost first: I’m working on a project with Alex Moss from Pleer. He knows an awful lot about the Facebook Open Graph protocol, in fact he did a couple of pretty good plugins for Facebook comments and buttons etc. I asked him to do a guest post about Open Graph here, …Read: "Optimizing the Facebook Open Graph Protocol"
Update 19-9-2012: I’ve released my own Video SEO plugin for WordPress. Check it out! As mentioned in a previous post, recently I have started playing with Video SEO, and found it to be a part of SEO I quite like. It’s a very technical trade so far, so apologies for all the code in the …Read: "Video SEO: A technical guide"