Your WebPage contains a Product with a certain price (Offers) made by your Brand. And you want Google to know all the details about that. And combine these things to the best rich mention you can get in the search results. You want to be included in Google’s Shopping pages with all the relevant information. With our new, innovative way of adding schema.org data to your product pages, you can do just that. No hassle, just results.
Yoast SEO and WooCommerce are a great combo if you’re serious about selling online. No wonder they’re both in the top 10 most downloaded WordPress plugins worldwide. But since they’re from different developers, they were not initially designed to work together. That’s why we created the Yoast WooCommerce SEO plugin for you.
What does the Yoast WooCommerce SEO plugin do?
As soon as you’ve installed and configured it, you will:
Have more people clicking your products on social networks
Because you can enter Facebook/Pinterest-specific details so Pinterest and Facebook can show details like price, stock and a clear link to your website in for instance rich pins. Check this comparison:
Have breadcrumb navigation that reflects your site’s structure
Because you get to use the Yoast SEO breadcrumbs, which you can configure a lot more than the defaults provided by WooCommerce. Both your visitors and Google will love your website for its simple breadcrumb navigation.
Have a cleaner sitemap so Google can find the info it needs faster
Because this plugin removes redundant pages that WooCommerce has automatically added to your sitemap. Does your online store use filters, such as for price ranges, colors or sizes? Then you’ll have different URLs for each combination of these filters. By removing these, Google doesn’t index pages you don’t want to rank for. And you increase your chances of ranking high for the relevant pages.
Stop wasting time scrolling up and down while editing
Because you can choose to always group the WooCommerce blocks together on top, and send the Yoast meta box to the bottom. So you can focus on your product description and details first, and optimize for search engines later.