How to migrate from Yoast SEO to The SEO Framework

5 Comments

  1. Very interesting article. it is very helpful to me, because just deciding to move to The SEO Framework.

    You mention that SEO Framework is based on Genesis. But I want to use it with the Astra theme. Do you think I will have any conflicts?

    Thx in advance
    Angel

    1. Hi Angel. Yes, it’s designed to work with any theme so you shouldn’t have any conflicts. I think it started out as the built-in version of SEO that Genesis used to use. I’m not very familiar with Genesis however, so they may still be using it.

      ~ Bryan

  2. ngetricks

    hi nice setting , i want to ask .. why my sitemap still redirect to sitemap_index.xml .. and cannot using sitemap.xml .. like your setting .. thanks before

  3. Daniel Barbour

    First, great post!

    Second, I’m wondering about how to no-index post archive pages from Google using the SEO Framework plugin. Could you guys help me out?

    Third, because you may be wondering, I found this post ranked #2 for the keyword “de-index post archives with seo framework”. This might be a longtail keyword that would get you some relevant traffic, there’s a content gap. I haven’t even been able to find anything in the documentation for the plugin. I’ll have to play around with it myself to see if there’s a setting for this like what I do in Yoast.

    1. Hi Daniel,
      You can no-index archive pages under the Robots Meta Settings section of the plugin. Under the Indexing tab you’ll find the ability to NoIndex a range of post archive pages.

      Unless I’m confused as to what you’re asking, the plugin covers all post archives that I can think of. Category, tag, author, date, and even search are covered. What other post archives are you hoping to NoIndex?

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