Anchor links are a special type of hyperlinks, which allow users to jump to a specific part of a web page. Sometimes called jump links, page jumps or "jump to" links, they can improve user experience by making it easier to navigate to the necessary section of a long page.
After comparing the Top 5 WordPress SEO plugins I was surprised by my final ranking. If you're as curious as me, take a look at why I have a new favorite SEO plugin for WordPress. It's (probably) not the one you think.
In my quest to find good Yoast SEO alternatives, The SEO Framework was the last plugin on the list. As the title might have revealed already, I'm very excited to share my findings with you. Let's dive right in!
When you're searching for a SEO plugin for your WordPress website, Yoast SEO is likely the first one that you hear about. Being one of the oldest WordPress SEO plugins, it also has the largest user-base. Does that mean that it is the best free option on the market? Let's find out together.
All in One SEO (AIOSEO) is the second most popular SEO plugin for WordPress. Is it any good? How does it stack up to its main competitors? Let's dive in and find out together.
Rank Math is a WordPress SEO plugin that I've been hearing about a lot. With over 1 million websites using it, it is also the SEO plugin with the best growth rate (according to wordpress.org stats). Let's see together what the hype is all about.
SEOPress is yet another SEO plugin for WordPress. Since its release in the Summer of 2017, it was able to attract over 200,000 websites. Let's take a closer look and see if it's worth our time.
Today we will be talking about one of the biggest SEO mistakes a website owner (or web developer) can make: noindex. Just the mention of it can send shivers down…