Author: Ashley Simmons
SEO certification: How can you get it and why should you?
Once you finish a Yoast SEO academy training course, you get a shiny certificate of completion and a badge you can embed on your site or share on social media.Read More
What queries are you ranking for, and with which pages?
When you’re doing SEO, it’s because you want your pages to rank in Google. You will have picked out one or more keywords to optimize your pages for, but rankingRead More
What makes a good website?
People often ask us to explain what makes a good website. Whether we have a list of elements that a great site should have. Unfortunately, there isn’t an easy, one-size-fits-allRead More
Four Google SERP features for ecommerce SEO
30-second summary: Holiday season shopping is on and your ecommerce store whether a local shop or an international ecommerce brand needs visibility for salesHow do you jump right in frontRead More
Got an old website? Update it and refresh your SEO
Do you have an old website that’s seen better days? Or a site that’s been offline for a few years? In this post, we’ll explain what you should check toRead More
Best practices for SEO-friendly URLs
It’s a topic that remains up for discussion: SEO-friendly URLs. Should you include the category? Do you want to keep the URL as short as possible or is there roomRead More
Content maintenance strategy: 6 tips for a cleaner website
If you’ve been working on your website for a couple of years, chances are that your website has become a giant collection of posts and pages. When writing a postRead More
Why focus on long-tail keywords?
>Focusing on long-tail keywords is a great SEO tactic. Long-tail keywords are keywords or keyphrases that are more specific – and usually longer – than more commonly used keywords. Long-tailRead More
Does readability rank? On ease of reading and SEO
Is it worth your while making your text easy to read? Will it lead to higher rankings and more traffic? In simpler terms: Does readability rank? At Yoast, we’re convincedRead More
How to update your content in 10 steps (and make it better)
Do you have old posts and pages that need some new life breathed into them? It’s worth taking the time to update your content. Not only is it better forRead More