Big business news this week as WP Engine announced that they acquired Genesis Framework-maker, StudioPress. WP Engine plans to invest heavily in future development, as well as make StudioPress part of the WP Engine Digital Experience Platform. Also, the Yoast SEO snippet editor got a redesign, and Pixelgrade published another one of their great transparency […]
Would you like to learn what makes your site rank higher in Google? And understand how Google works? This is your chance, because today, Yoast is releasing its first completely free course: SEO for beginners! In this course, we cover the basics of SEO without spending any money. What will you learn? In the Yoast […]
This post is all about how you can use breadcrumbs to improve your cooking. No, that’s not right. This post is all about how you can use breadcrumbs to improve your WordPress site’s navigation. That sounds better. In this post, I’ll tell you why breadcrumbs are awesome. Then, I’ll show you how you can add […]
Want to increase your visibility in the search engines? Of course you do. That’s a silly question. Better visibility means more traffic…which means more money in your pocket (or a nice ego-boost if you’re a hobbyist!). The post Boost Your Search Traffic With Video Rich Snippets For WordPress appeared first on WPLift.
Yoast founder, CEO, and Lego collector Joost de Valk recently joined us for a webinar that covered advanced techniques for using the Yoast plugin to maximum efficiency, hidden features, and how to use it with Google Console Integration. First things first, so why Yoast? Yoast is a plugin that has over 38 million downloads, with 6.2 […]
In order to help optimize your web content for search engines, using Yoast SEO with WordPress is a must. With Yoast, you can streamline your site to be completely optimized with features like readability checking, content analysis, setting a focus keyword, permalink cleanup, RSS enhancements, and more. Advanced Tips For Using Yoast SEO Although Yoast […]
One of our sites has the permalinks set up with: /%category%/%postname%/ This worked fine when the site was in English. But then we had to create a Hebrew mirror site and used WPML(aff), which we have a love/hate relationship with. And then we noticed that the pagination on category archives wasn’t working properly on the Hebrew (secondary) […]