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Yoast Recent Update Creates No-Follow

Yoast WordPress Plugin recent Update – Not what we thought!

By Richard Linden MBA Ph.D. Founder and CEO of Webvisable Inc., An Orange County, CA based Digital Marketing Specialty Firm & Devin Mallonee SEO Expert @ Webvisable Inc. 

Yoast may be known as one of the best WordPress on-site SEO plugins available, however, sometimes being the best does come at a price.  The Yoast WordPress Plugin recent Update has created several errors on millions of WordPress websites due to the lack of transparency brought forth by the developers articulating the new features, though not the best, and therefore millions of WordPress Users are at a loss as they have all woken up to confusing analytics and raven tools report.

Yoast WordPress Plugin recent Update by Richard Linden MBA Ph.D., CEO WebvisableUser-agent: *
Disallow: /author/
Disallow: /category/
Disallow: /cgi-bin/
Disallow: /comments/
Disallow: /tag/
Disallow: /trackback/
Disallow: */comments
Disallow: */feed
Disallow: */trackback
Disallow: *?replytocom
Disallow: /?s=
Disallow: /xmlrpc.php
Disallow: *?wpmp_switcher=desktop

User-agent: Updownerbot
Disallow: /

After hours of pondering why the Yoast WordPress Plugin recent Update would be causing these issues we realized the Yoast admin and default settings have been changed to allow the manual manipulation of these features. Why you ask??? Even the experts at here at Webvisable are wondering why the Yoast developers would make these new default changes on the basic version. I mean isn’t the purpose of the basic free Yoast plugin versions suppose to serve as a plug and play? The pro version is, well, for the pros, right? 

For all of you beginner to intermediate WordPress users, do not fret any longer when confronted with the Yoast WordPress Plugin recent Update, the experts at Webvisable have your back. Simply go into your main admin setting and locate the option for no-index, and, or, no-follow links and make the appropriate updates. If you have any questions feel free to email us at Support@Webvisable.com and we can help guide your through the Yoast WordPress Plugin recent Update and lead you once again toward WordPress and Yoast perfection.

– Richard Linden MBA, Ph.D, Founder and CEO Webvisable, Inc.

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