See how your site could get more than just a warning, and actually get elements blocked from view, if your HTTPS is not set up properly.
Affiliate marketers – get the scoop on Google’s new sponsored link attribute and how nofollow is now regarded. Plus, see how to add these links manually.
The Genesis 3.0 update contains AMP support in the core. And it is being billed as a great way to speed up the mobile version of your site.
And it does.
But are you ready to pay the revenue-dropping price for how it does that?
See what you need to know about AMP and why I advise my clients not to use it.
An XML sitemap is like a treasure map of links to your site’s content that’s made specifically for search engine bots to read.
WordPress doesn’t natively generate one.
That’s why we have to use plugins like Yoast SEO to generate one for us.
Now WordPress, Yoast, and Google are conspiring to bring XML sitemap generation into the core of WordPress.
Discover what’s on the drawing board for this proposal, and what it means for your SEO.
See how easy it is to export redirects from the Yoast SEO premium plugin to the Redirection plugin.
This will keep you from losing all of your redirects should you elect to delete the Yoast SEO premium plugin.
See how the sweeping schema markup changes in Yoast SEO 11.0 directly impacts all themes, including Genesis, plus recipe plugins, Rich Pins, and Gutenberg.
You work hard on your blog! You made it look nice and you consistently create great content.
But are you getting all the eyeballs you can on it?
Google wants to send folks to high quality sites like yours.
See how easy it is to make search engines fall in love with your content and put it in front of more folks who want to see it.
See 3 ways to do category changes that make the job quick and easy in this short video tutorial.