On WPWeekly Episode 48!

I was a guest on WPWeekly Episode 48 last saturday, where we discussed a lot of things WordPress, WordPress SEO, etc. It was fun being on with Jeff Chandler and David Peralty, and I think you’ll enjoy the interview, so go listen to it, like, now!

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18 Responses

  1. RichardBy Richard on 31 March, 2009

    Yoast enjoyed the wpweekly!
    thanks for all you do, and I voted!


  2. JeffroBy Jeffro on 31 March, 2009

    Hey Yoast. Enjoyed my time with you on the show. I really look forward to having you on again at some point in the near future to talk more in depth about SEO and the WordPress Search and what could be done to improve it. Thanks for the links as well :)

    • Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 2 April, 2009

      It’s been a pleasure Jeff! I’d happily come on the show again in a couple of weeks :)

  3. DonBy Don on 1 April, 2009

    Great Interview. Very Insightful. Look forward to the Update of the Word Press SEO Guide.

  4. VisitCafeBy VisitCafe on 6 April, 2009

    hi yoast, my internet connection is bad, so, it’s so slowly to listen your weeklywp. Anyway, finally I can listen all interview. So many thanks :)

  5. Vikash DhankarBy Vikash Dhankar on 9 April, 2009

    very nice an informative interview . Thanks and share more

  6. Australian Musician - Ant WakefieldBy Australian Musician - Ant Wakefield on 16 April, 2009

    Hey Yoast,

    Great to hear your voice, the man behind these killer plugins.

    I’m between paydays, but i’ll shoot you a donation soon.



  7. CommentBy Comment on 18 April, 2009

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  8. David BellBy David Bell on 18 April, 2009

    Joost, really enjoyed your interview. Hope Jeff gets on the show again. I’d be interested to hear more about your ideas on improving the search in WP.

  9. A.HaririBy A.Hariri on 22 April, 2009

    Good information. Thanks

  10. Jonathon WestonBy Jonathon Weston on 24 April, 2009


    I don’t understand your feelings on charging for your plugins. You do work – someone then goes and uses your work to make their blog better.

    I personally don’t care if its a commercial user or a stay at home mom using them… either way, they’re using something you put a lot of effort in to, and its benefiting them.

    It seems we as a society are happy to go out to a cafe and pay 5 dollars for a coffee which cost the cafe 50cents, however we are not willing to pay 5 dollars to someone who has created an amazing plugin that took them many hours of hard work.

    If you agree with those paragraphs, then I hope you’ll also agree that charging even 5 dollars for ANY of your plugins is completely reasonable.

    Time for the internet to change its “free addiction”. Start to charge my friend! What do you personally lose if you don’t?

  11. aswadBy aswad on 26 April, 2009

    I like the look of your blog content, which is discussed in it.
    I will visit again some time to see the new information from you

  12. Australian Musician - Ant WakefieldBy Australian Musician - Ant Wakefield on 29 April, 2009

    Just made a donation… i encourage others to do the same!