Installation Guide for Yoast SEO: Local

Last update: 31 August, 2017

Thank you for purchasing Yoast SEO: Local. Please make sure you’ve installed Yoast SEO or Yoast SEO Premium already, as it is required for the add-on plugin to work.

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Download the add-on

You can download the add-on in the download section of My Yoast. When you click the download button of your add-on in My Yoast, you will either be prompted to select a folder to save the zipped file or your browser will save the zip file automatically to your download folder. You will need to know where the file downloaded during the installation.

You can always visit the download section of My Yoast, should you wish to download the plugin again.

My download is a folder, not a zip file

If you’re downloading one of our plugins and instead of a .zip file you get a folder, your computer is unzipping the archive immediately. The steps to change this behavior depend on the browser you use to download the file. After you change the behavior using the steps here, return to your email and download the plugin again.

Install the add-on

Installing the add-on is a little different than the free plugins because it’s a downloadable plugin and not one found in the free WordPress plugin repository. To install the add-on, go to Plugins → Add New → Upload Plugin to browse for the zipped file and click Install Now.

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Log in to your WordPress website. When you’re logged in, you will be in your ‘Dashboard’. On the left-hand side, you will see a menu. In that menu, click on ‘Plugins’.
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The ‘Plugins’ settings will expand providing you additional options. Click on ‘Add New’.
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Click the ‘Upload Plugin’ button near the top of the screen. Install the plugin through upload
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Click the ‘Choose File’ button. Browse to the folder where you saved the plugin download and select the plugin zip file.Install plugin through upload - step 2
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Click ‘Install Now’. This make take a while so be patient.
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Click ‘Activate Plugin’.
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Please follow the steps to connect your subscription to the installed and activated add-on on your site.

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