Configuration Guide for Yoast WooCommerce SEO
You can find the settings for Yoast WooCommerce under the SEO menu.
Let us go through the settings one by one.
Twitter Product Cards
Twitter no longer supports product cards. Learn more directly from Twitter here.
Schema & OpenGraph additions
There’s also a feature for improving the output of Schema and OpenGraph markup. This allows for (among other things) better sharing on Facebook. These settings look like this:
The same as for the Twitter Product Cards applies here. If the attribute you want to select isn’t there, just create it.
Note: This section is only displayed when you have enabled breadcrumbs in our WordPress SEO plugin.
Enabling this will make sure you’re website is outputting the Yoast SEO breadcrumb, instead of the WooCommerce breadcrumb. The advantage is our breadcrumb is better customizable and gets picked up by search engines better. And all that at the tick of a box:
The last two options are really simple. To avoid overcrowding your product page’s backend with a lot of columns, there’s an option to remove the Yoast SEO columns. And if you want the WooCommerce metabox to show up above the Yoast SEO metabox, select the second option:
Pinterest Rich Pins
The plugin will output WooCommerce’s price, currency and availability meta data for use with Pinterest’s Rich Pins. Below is the meta data that the WooCommerce SEO plugin outs:
<meta property=”product:price:amount” content=””/>
<meta property=”product:price:currency” content=”USD”/>
<meta property=”product:availability” content=”instock”/>
In order to get rich pins you will need to valid and apply for them. Please use this guide here for more information: Rich Pins for My Site.
Apart from these settings, the Yoast WooCommerce SEO plugin also does some things automatically, like removing stuff from the XML sitemaps that doesn’t belong there.
However, with regards to setting up the plugin: you’re done! Have fun with it!