Schema Markup News Round Up: May 2nd, 2017

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

Keywords Or Topics: When It Comes To SEO, Which Is Best For Blogging?

We see this when we search for a topic and the search results show what we wanted, but had none of the keywords that we entered in the search box.

 Google Shows “Highly Rated” in Hotel Listings in Search Results

Google is testing a new “highly rated” addition to some hotel listings in the search results, which adds the highly rated note along with a thumbs up symbol.

Schema.org Just Released New Restaurant Menu Markup — Here’s How to Get Started

The first thing you’ll notice when you visit the schema.org/Restaurant page is that the menu property has been replaced with the hasMenu property.

Similar items: Rich products feature on Google Image Search

The “Similar items” feature is designed to help users find products they love in photos that inspire them on Google Image Search.

Google Testing Jobs Portal In Web Search

Google showing jobs, like Google’s own job search portal.

 

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