Tag Archives: Yoast

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Yoast SEO Version 4.4 Now Available: Here’s What’s New by @MattGSouthern

Yoast SEO, a WordPress plugin with over 3 million installs, has received updates to both its free and premium versions. Here’s what’s new in each.

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How to Make Your URLs SEO Friendly by @michielheijmans

In this post, Michiel Heijmans explains Yoast’s take on SEO friendly URLs and try to elaborate a bit on why we think that is the best option for that link.

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How to Create the Right Meta Description by @michielheijmans

Yet another post about meta descriptions, you think. I hear you think. Still, this is one of the issues my team often gets support questions about after doing a site review. The thing is that everyone gets the idea, but few of us actually take the time to write a proper meta description. Where to start? What’s right and wrong? In this post, I will try to explain our approach at Yoast. First, let’s be clear about the function of a meta description for your page. Its main purpose is to get the visitor in Google to click your link. In other words, […]

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Google Search With Blue Navigation Links, Not Red Links?

Joost de Valk the founder of Yoast, spotted Google testing using blue navigation links in the main search results. Normally Google uses red, in fact, they always use red.

Here is a picture from Yoast:

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How to Use “hreflang” for Multilingual Websites by @michielheijmans

In this post, I’d like to explain a bit more about multilingual websites and how hreflang is important for these sites.

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How to Use “hreflang” for Multilingual Websites by @michielheijmans

In this post, I’d like to explain a bit more about multilingual websites and how hreflang is important for these sites.

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How to Use “hreflang” for Multilingual Websites by @michielheijmans

In this post, I’d like to explain a bit more about multilingual websites and how hreflang is important for these sites.

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How to Leverage Email Marketing for Your Online Shop by @tdevalk

This post will go into how you can leverage email marketing in your e-commerce business to gain new, lost or recurring clients.

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WordPress Auto-Updates Millions Of Yoast SEO Plugins After Vulnerability

Yesterday news came out that the single most popular third-party piece of SEO software was vulnerable to a serious blind SQL injection attack. Yoast’s WordPress SEO plugin that is reportedly used by 14 million SEO blogs was vulnerable…

SearchCap: Google Webmaster Tools Upgrade, Yoast Plugin Bug & Mobile Growth

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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