Why you should try out the new Yoast SEO analysis

Willemien Hallebeek Willemien is Content Team Lead at Yoast. She loves to create and organize content in such a way that it helps people understand SEO. In next couple of months, Yoast SEO 10.0 will see the light of day. In it, you’ll find a brand new SEO analysis. One that’s based on thorough SEO • Read More »


Yoast SEO 9.4: Help us beta test the new SEO analysis!

Edwin Toonen Edwin is an experienced writer, editor & content manager. Before joining Yoast, he spent years honing his skill at The Netherlands’ leading web design magazine. Over the years, we’ve learned a lot about SEO. We felt the impact quality content and a technically flawless site has on a successful SEO strategy, so we • Read More »


Keep your content fresh and up to date!

Marieke van de Rakt Marieke is partner at Yoast. She runs our academy, marketing and research departments. She loves to write about content SEO and site structure. How do you make sure that all content on your website is still relevant? Why is that even important? For some of you, coming up with new ideas • Read More »


10 tips for an awesome and SEO-friendly blog post

Marieke van de Rakt Marieke is partner at Yoast. She runs our academy, marketing and research departments. She loves to write about content SEO and site structure. As with all writing, writing blog posts requires skill. To keep your reader interested, you should think about the structure of your piece and write appealing articles. You • Read More »


SEO in 2019: Improve, improve, improve

Edwin Toonen Edwin is an experienced writer, editor & content manager. Before joining Yoast, he spent years honing his skill at The Netherlands’ leading web design magazine. For most sites, SEO in 2019 is not much different from the past couple of years: you still need to improve the same stuff, but you do need • Read More »


rel=canonical: the ultimate guide

Joost de Valk Joost de Valk is the founder and CEO of Yoast. He’s a WordPress / Web developer, SEO and an Open Source fanatic. A canonical URL lets you tell search engines that certain similar URLs are actually the same. Sometimes you have products or content that can be found on multiple URLs – • Read More »