CheapWindowsHosting.com | Hello everyone today I will show you my post about Yoast SEO. Yoast SEO, known for its powerful features as a must-have WordPress plugin. Here are a few others reasons why this is such good news for Drupal users:
Yoast earned a reputation for analyzing the tediously complex tasks of SEO and reducing them into simple steps for the website owner. It made life easier for everyone.
The Yoast SEO project page on Drupal.org sums up the new Yoast SEO module this way:
This module checks simple things you’re bound to forget. It checks, for instance, whether your posts are long enough, if you’ve written a meta description and if that meta description contains your focus keyword, if you’ve used any subheadings within your post, etc. etc.
It ensures you’ve actually chosen a focus keyword for each article and ensures you’re using it.
(Side-note: in the Drupal announcement linked above, it says Yoast makes sure you’re “using [your focus keyword] everywhere.” That shouldn’t mean, however, that you should engage in keyword stuffing. That doesn’t work anymore. The new Google algorithm knows when you’re trying to stuff keywords and penalizes you for it. Remember, the name of the game is now Search Experience Optimization, not Search Engine Optimization. Write for the experience of the reader, not for the search engine robots. Don’t make your posts awkward and hard to read by over-filling them with keywords.)
After the DrupalCon 2015 conference in Barcelona, Spain, the Yoast SEO module became available for Drupal 7.x. Hopefully this means that Yoast is already working on or at least planning its Drupal 8 version. That would be perfect timing for Drupal users: not only would they be getting a new Drupal version soon, but they would have a new world class SEO module to go with it.
If Yoast SEO for Drupal turns out as good as its WordPress version, we can expect it to work similar feats of magic, such as these features: