Category: WordPress Hosting

The latest news in SEO and WordPress: October 2020

October is coming to an end and this means that we hosted another SEO news webinar at Yoast HQ. If you’re not familiar with this recurring event yet: it’s a monthly webinar at which our experts Joost and Jono discuss the latest news when it comes to Google, Bing, WordPress and everything related to SEO.…

How to Get the Most from Your Site Backups with Snapshot

Snapshot has been rebuilt from the ground up. It has the same sleek and easy-to-use interface, but it now stands proudly in front of a smarter API, plus a whole host of new features – including incremental backups and third-party storage destinations.…
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Snapshot v4 Introduces New Incremental Backups, Third-Party Storage (and More)

It’s been a huge few months for Snapshot. We’ve completely overhauled how he backs up your data (hello, incrementals!), introduced the first of our new third-party storage destinations, and began the integration of hosting backups.…
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Expert Advice: How to Improve Remote Education Collaboration

As we’re witnessing with schools and learning communities around the world, education is shifting dramatically. With the right set of tools, your class, team, or group can learn to communicate and collaborate more efficiently online.…
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Introducing Patterns: Prebuilt Blocks for Beautifully Designed Websites

The WordPress Editor is a powerful tool that can help bring your design ideas to life but one of the best parts is, you don’t have to start from scratch.…
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Google Discover: What it is and how to get your content in

Google Discover offers users a different way to search. Actually, it’s not really search — it’s queryless discovery of content that fits your preferences and interests.…
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Yoast SEO 15.2: Swedish word forms, Slack URLs, performance

Today, we are releasing Yoast SEO 15.2 into the wild. For this release, we’ve focussed on providing word form support for another language: Swedish. We have also added an interesting improvement for Slack users — better visibility for your content when your URL is shared on Slack.…
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Using Google’s search results to create great content

Table of contents What is search intent? Google tries to predict a user’s intent Search terms with one dominant intent Search terms referring to several entities  Search terms without dominant intent So, how can the search results help you create great content?…
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Keeping Your WordPress Sites Fully Backed-up with Snapshot and The Hub

Backing up your WordPress site(s) has never been easier. Regardless of your hosting setup, The Hub and Snapshot make keeping your sites fully backed up a breeze.…
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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.…
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2020 Roadmap Roundup – Hot Off The (Word) Press!

So it’s been a hot minute since our last roadmap roundup. The last six months have been so jam-packed full of awesome features and releases that it would be practically criminal to not put a post together to present them in all their glory.…
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Easily Configure Your WordPress SEO with SmartCrawl and The Hub

With SmartCrawl and The Hub, you can manage WordPress SEO with modules that will optimize your website or network for more traffic and better search engine results.…
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