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Camille Cunningham

Hi there. My name is Camille and I work as a content manager at Yoast. This means that my work mainly revolves around content. The creation, optimization, and sharing of useful and fun content that will hopefully help you on your SEO adventure!

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My love for content started at a young age with the discovery of books. Novels, fantasy series, classics, biographies, and the occasional comic book. They all create their own little world you can dive into whenever you feel like it. But our world has lots of stories to tell as well. That’s why, after a few years of working in online marketing, I decided to focus on content marketing.

I have a Bachelor’s degree in Communication & Multimedia Design and a Master’s degree in Media & Influence. Besides my interest in media, I also enjoy being outdoors. Taking long walks, swimming or going to a music festival with friends to wind down and recharge my batteries. I live in the lovely town of Elst with my fiancé Nico and cat Nami.


SEO news in May 2021: Google introduces a new language model

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 […]

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SEO news in May 2021: Google introduces a new language model


5 years of writing readable content with Yoast SEO

Writing seems simple enough, but writing a compelling text that keeps the attention is quite hard. Especially online. To keep people on your page, you need to write quality content that’s easy to read. Easier said than done? You’re absolutely right. That’s why we introduced a readability analysis in our Yoast SEO plugin five years […]

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5 years of writing readable content with Yoast SEO


SEO news in April 2021: More time for your Core Web Vitals

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 […]

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SEO news in April 2021: More time for your Core Web Vitals

How to create eye-catching social images for your content

The web, and our online habits with it, are never at a standstill. One result of our fast-paced online behavior is that we scroll through our social media channels like nobody’s business. Or without having our full attention on it. Most of the time, your social image is the first (or only) thing that users […]

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How to create eye-catching social images for your content

How to create a digital story in WordPress

‘It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen’. The first line of George Orwells’s book titled 1984. Kind of pulls you in right? That’s the idea of storytelling anyway. Creating content that people won’t want to put down until they’ve read the very last letter. Nowadays, storytelling isn’t just […]

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How to create a digital story in WordPress

Everyday website optimization: 6 tasks for your daily SEO routine

Many of you log into your site every day, or, at the very least, once a week. But, if you’re managing a small business or team, you can’t always spend a lot of time on your SEO. You probably have tons of other things to do! Here, we discuss a few small yet impactful things […]

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Everyday website optimization: 6 tasks for your daily SEO routine

SEO news in March 2021: A rise in Google’s zero-click searches

There was quite a bit of discussion about a study that said that nearly 65% of Google searches in 2020 did not result in a click. This is one of the topics that our resident SEO experts Joost de Valk and Jono Alderson talked about in this month’s webinar. Want to know what they had […]

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SEO news in March 2021: A rise in Google’s zero-click searches