So, it looks like more and more publishers are going to choose this angle. The digital marketing world notably has seen this transition already for a few years with paid-members-only content at EricWard.com, SEOBook, SEOmoz, DigitalMarketer.com, SearchEngineLand, SEO Training Dojo (Dave Harry et al), Certified Knowledge (Brad Geddes), PPC-Coach, PPCBlog.com, StackThatMoney (affiliate), MarketingSherpa, etc. … [Read more...] about The Hidden Story Behind Google’s Acquisition of Frommer’s Guides
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Will Yoast SEO continue to work? Absolutely, we’ve been supporting Gutenberg for some time now. Our first Gutenberg-proof release was Yoast SEO 8.0, and we’ve improved support up to our most recent release, Yoast SEO 9.2. We’ve introduced a special Gutenberg sidebar to make it easier to work with Yoast SEO inside the new editor. Also, we added structured data content blocks for two schema’s: how-to and FAQ. You can now add valid structured data to your post by simply selecting a block and filling out the fields. But that’s not all; this new WordPress editor lets us do all kinds of cool stuff en we’re currently exploring several exciting options. Stay tuned! … [Read more...] about Pressing questions about Gutenberg: the new editor in WordPress 5.0 • Yoast
Gutenberg phase 2 With Gutenberg now being the default editor in WordPress, you’d think that’s the last we’ll hear about the Gutenberg project, right? Well, not quite. During his State of the Word, Matt Mullenweg discussed the focus of the next phase of Project Gutenberg. Phase 2 is going to focus on Menus, Widgets and Customizer Integration. … [Read more...] about WordCamp US 2018, WordPress 5.0.1 and what’s next?
Keep in mind that if hackers are doing something malicious on your site, you might not even get a “Hacked Site” manual action. I’ve handled several cases where unknowing webmasters have ended up with a “Pure Spam” manual action instead. … [Read more...] about 5 Types of Google Penalties (And What You Need to Do to Recover)
In the author biography snippet, add a link to the author’s Google+ profile using the anchor text “Google+” (omit the quotes). The following is an example of such tag source code (be sure to use your own 21-digit, Google+ profile ID number): Google+ Click Add custom link, and then add a label and the full URL for the publishing site’s home page. … [Read more...] about The Definitive Guide To Google Authorship Markup