In this class we’re gonna, look at the on post or onpage modules or Meta boxes as Yoast calls them, and for this demonstration I’ve got three sites or three tabs opened up here, all demonstrating the post editor.

In this class, I’m going to show you where to get your xml site map and how to submit it to Google search console, but before we get into the whole xml site map thing, in a previous class, class nine, we covered how to verify our site with the different search engines.

Ideally, all wordpress sites should have two different site maps, one for the search engines. That’s the XML sitemap that yoast seo created for us and an html site map for the human site visitors and that’s where we’re going to be covering in this class.

In this class, we’re going to grow over the Yoast Seo tool section, and the first tool we’re going to cover is the import and export tool.

This class is going to cover the yoast seo social section along with the different social media tabs within this section.

In this class, we’re going to go over the yoast seo search console settings.

This class is going to cover the yoast seo search appearance sections, breadcrumb stab.

This class is going to cover the yoast seo search appearance sections, archive stab.

In this class, we’re going to cover the yoast seo search appearance sections, taxonomies tab.