We’ve curated some of the big news surrounding schema markup for the week to help you stay on top of changes:
Our CEO, Martha van Berkel will be doing a training at Brighton SEO about connected Schema Markup. Learn how to create proper “connected” schema markup and how you can use it to drive awesome SEO results and Business Intelligence!
Everyone will agree it’s so difficult to find answers to our queries and we spend an enormous amount of time, energy and money in trying to get that relevant answer which drives our business. Can we replicate services like Alexa to our world of business so that we may get relevant answers with desired precision? The answer to above is yes and the technology that has made his possible is Enterprise Knowledge Graph.
With the rise of open data, it has never been so simple to access data from different sources and use them jointly. It requires only a few lines of code to combine macro-economic data about European countries to study the correlation between education level and GDP. We can do so by using Wikidata and Eurostat. Since the two linked datasets use a common semantics for representing countries and regions, namely the NUTS (Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics) identifiers, we can merge the information easily. This is called Linked Data.
Google is making an adjustment to the performance report in Search Console, which will now display 90 full days of data by default. This change will affect data shown for clicks from search results and clicks from the Discover feed.
Interesting conversation on FAQ Schema Markup