The Yoast.com Reader Survey: help us improve!

We blog about optimizing your website all the time here at Yoast, and we usually give you tips and tricks you can implement straight away on how to do that. Now it’s time that we improve what we do, here at Yoast.com. So it’s time for a short survey, I’d be very grateful if you could go here and fill it out for us!

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12 Responses

  1. MicheleBy Michele on 3 March, 2010

    Yoast you are simply brilliant! Thank you for all that you do.

  2. StingerBy Stinger on 4 March, 2010

    One thing, give the readers an option to log-in using other authentication systems in order to drop comments. Not necessarily Disqus or IntenseDebate, even Gigya or RPX would do. You might agree that while OpenID and Gravatar are not very organic tools of a typical web user, facebook and twitter are!

  3. wptidbitsBy wptidbits on 4 March, 2010

    Yea. Agree with Stinger. Most sites that concern about interaction between commenters and bloggers have already implemented it. I guess there’s nothing wrong with your site, just need fresh looks maybe. Contents? Great!

  4. seoBy seo on 5 March, 2010

    great article seo is a great way to do business

  5. søgemaskineoptimeringBy søgemaskineoptimering on 5 March, 2010

    we do that in denmark great article :)

  6. WillBy Will on 7 March, 2010

    This blog is one of the most useful resources on the Internet, and we’re all very grateful that you’ve created it. Many useful tips and stories.

  7. OttoBy Otto on 10 March, 2010

    Thnx! Your blog is useful!

  8. NickBy Nick on 21 March, 2010

    Newcomer to Yoast here – have to say, I’ve filled in the survey simply because this is one of the few sites that’s delivered what my search terms asked: How to improve SEO using the WordPress platform.

    Practically every other site on the subject ends up as little more than a sales piece – but Yoast has given me more to think about than I expected, particularly in relation to meta robots not indexing archive material. (Makes sense once its pointed out, but it came as news to me!)

    Thanks for providing such insightful and relevant advice on WordPress SEO. Quality articles on the subject are harder to find than I expected, so Yoast’s a god-send.

  9. ronyBy rony on 26 March, 2010

    thank you very much, this is nice post.

  10. HundenBy Hunden on 27 March, 2010

    The advice in the article “Make WordPress’ search function suck Less” is the best in my opinion:)

  11. grant tailorBy grant tailor on 28 March, 2010

    Better responce to questions from your readers.
    Sent you a mail on web hosting…still waiting for a reply…if i will get one.

  12. mdBy md on 29 March, 2010

    Wish I could help you but it appears your blog is nearly perfect.