Plugin review: Yoast needs to stop linking itself.

Every piece of information is important. Yoast Disagrees!

I decided to write up a quick article/review about one of the plugins that we use here called “Yoast” or as the plugin delicately puts it “WordPress SEO”. In an arrogant fashion that there is only one SEO package out there and that’s it. For those who do not know what this plugin does. Yoast attempts to understand how search engines work. Yoast then passes down automated knowledge to the WordPress blogger on how to write up their documentation to make it more machine likable. Because of machines like your blog entry then you might stand a chance at a human actually seeing it. Crap, we’re living in a rather grim state of affairs but it’s true!

The beauty of it all it this plugin does it for free provided you don’t mind Yoast constantly hounding you for money to buy the premium. The worse part about it is if you pay them $69(USD) to remove the ads. Yoast doesn’t entirely remove all ads from your site and Yoast doesn’t seem to care!.

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You think this site is phishing or hacking you?

I think your website is a phishing site!

We have received a few E-Mails lately accusing us of being a phishing site and frankly we’re totally confused. Perhaps people are not sure what a phishing site is? Perhaps they’re just trolling hard? Regardless, lets go with the first scenario and break it down for the people out there. I also have this FAQ thing which people can read for other basic questions as well.

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