Schema Markup News Oct 23rd, 2018

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We’ve curated some of the big news surrounding Schema markup for the week to help you stay on top of changes and news:

Schema Markup from Google Merchant Center Feed

Add new schema markup to your product pages to help Google reliably retrieve up-to-date information, and enable click-driving search features like Automatic Item Updates, Google Sheets Merchant Center add-on, and Product Rich Results.

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Navigate’ query prompts Google to ask, ‘Where do you want to go?’

A new one-box answer now gives you quick access to driving directions in Google Maps.

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A Complete List of the Different Types of Featured Snippets

Google shows featured snippets for more search results every day. And over 70 percent of them are from sites in spots 2-10, giving SEOs a nice way to cut to the front of the line and achieve position 0.

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Google Adds ‘Book,’ ‘Schedule’ Button In Search For Some Businesses

Google has expanded the ability to book or schedule appointments for some businesses through Reserve with Google, a service that allows users to book an appointment or reservation with nearby providers directly in the search engine.

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New research: The Era of Ecommerce

An ecommerce-focused study by Search Engine Watch and ClickZ, produced in partnership with Catalyst, part of GroupM, has found that 85% of browsing and purchasing activity occurs with non-Amazon retailers, but only 25% of US brands say they have a strategy for ecommerce retailers beyond Amazon.

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How voice queries are showing up in search data

In this article, Jason Tabeling shows how he finds insights into voice search from his own company’s data.

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