Schema Markup News Nov 28th, 2017

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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:

Knowledge Graph Eats Featured Snippets, Jumps +30%

Near the end of October, we saw our first significant dip over about a 4-day period, and represents roughly a 10% drop in searches with Featured Snippets.

Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: How Does Google’s Knowledge Graph Work?

The Knowledge Graph is Google’s semantic database.

Google’s recommendations about Sitelinks Search Box (SSB)

The search box provides a quick way for users to search your site or app immediately on the search results page.

Google Often Tests Longer Search Results Snippets

Google showing longer snippets from the typical two-line search results snippet.

Google launches new Google Finance features in search and drops the portfolio feature

Google announced it is launching a new Google Finance experience today that brings many of the finance features directly into Google Search on desktop and mobile.

Google Sending Manual Actions for Event Markup Spam in Search Results

Google is finally taking action against those site owners that are abusing event markup in the search results.

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