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Do you have an online store? Or do you want to start one? If you do, you probably want to be found in the search results. That’s why we’ve added a new course to our Yoast SEO academy today: the Ecommerce SEO course! This course will help you set up a solid ecommerce SEO strategy, …Read: "Out now: Ecommerce SEO training course!"
If you have an online store, you want to be found in the search engines, right? This has become even more important since lots of store owners have gone online in the past year and your competition has only grown! Fortunately, you can increase online visibility and sales with a kickass ecommerce SEO strategy. But …Read: "Coming soon: A training course on ecommerce SEO!"
It’s been a busy month for SEO news! We’ve had lots of Google updates and the start of the Page experience rollout. Plus loads of new Google Business and Shopping features — is Google the new high street? Finally, don’t miss our first look at WordPress 5.8, and a brand new search engine called Brave. …Read: "SEO news in June 2021: Google updates, WordPress 5.8 beta, and loads more"
We are big fans of Google Search Console — and you should be too! It’s an essential tool to keep your site working properly and find opportunities to get better results from the SERPs. But, one thing Google Search Console also does, is send you emails when they encounter an issue. And those error messages …Read: "Did Google Search Console send an email with an error message?"
Reviews or testimonials are mostly said to work based on social proof. Social proof is a psychological process in which people copy the behavior of others in an attempt to reflect correct behavior. In addition, search engines are increasingly looking for that proof as well. In this post, I’ll look at how reviews work, how …Read: "How to get ratings and reviews for your online business"
This month, Google held their annual I/O conference, an event at which they announce new product releases and other interesting stuff. They introduced us to MUM, their new language model and the next step in understanding online content. But meeting (their) MUM wasn’t all. There was lots of SEO news in May 2021 and our …Read: "SEO news in May 2021: Google introduces a new language model"
Wondering what a niche is, and how can you find yours? Google defines a niche as: “products, services, or interests that appeal to a small, specialized section of the population”. That’s a bit abstract, but the chances are that you already have a good idea of what your niche is, and you just need to …Read: "How to find your niche in 4 easy steps"
Every business owner with a website is looking for ways to get noticed in the search results. Now, during the pandemic, it’s essential to offer customers an up-to-date Google profile for your business. There are loads of tactics to rank well as a local business, but there is no silver bullet. As with most SEO …Read: "Improve local SEO with Google My Business"
A bit of a scandal involving hospitals and the noindex tag, a postponed deadline for your Core Web Vitals and a whole new editing experience in WordPress. Our SEO experts Joost de Valk and Jono Alderson discussed the latest SEO news in April 2021 in our monthly webinar. If you’ve missed it, or simply want …Read: "SEO news in April 2021: More time for your Core Web Vitals"