Schema Markup News Round Up: Sep 12th, 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:

Nested Structured Data Can Influence Whether Google Shows Rich Snippets

Google might not show rich snippets – the way the structured data is nested on the page.

5 REMARKABLE WAYS TO OPTIMIZE FOR SEO AND BE FOUND IN VOICE SEARCH

So how can you optimize for SEO and be found in voice search? Keep reading to find out.

Google Brain Canada: Google Search Uses Click Data For Rankings?

Google looks to train their AI models when “someone clicks on a page and stays on that page, when they go back” and so on.

Bing ClaimReview annotations spotted in the wild

Now you can successfully find annotations for fact checks in the Bing SERPs – as per the callout image – so it appears they’re now using ClaimReview markup.

New Google Feature – Semantic Search Drill Down:

This is a newly developing “semantic web” advancement that might appear more and more as time goes on for a number of different topics in which the original query could be made more specific via a common suggested search.

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