Maintaining a blog takes more than just writing a bunch of blog posts. You should develop a strategy and planning for your content (especially if you are writing with multiple authors). Also, you should interact with your audience and respond to their comments.
Most of the info created about SEO today is derivative (people who write about SEO but don't practice it) or people overstating the risks and claiming x and y and z don't work, can't work, a. will never work. And then from there you get the derivative amplifications of don't, can't, won't.
The one page that often seems to be forgotten in the optimization of eCommerce sites is the shop category page. We see this in our website reviews almost every week. In this article, I like to break down the elements of a perfect category page.
Today we're releasing Yoast SEO 3.4, a release mostly aimed at improving our accessibility. Which means you won't see most of the changes, but they'll make a world of difference to others. We've also improved our readability checks and how we deal with some languages, more on that below.