Schema Markup News Round Up: Sep 5th, 2017

News

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.org 3.3: News, fact checking, legislation, finance, schedules, how-tos, tourism and toilets!

As always, the release was prepared, debated and finalized by the schema.org community group, and features a range of additions, adjustments, bugfixes and clarifications to improve the expressiveness and usability of our Schemas.

Google And Microsoft Can Use AI To Extract Many More Ad Dollars From Our Clicks:

Many online ads are only paid for when someone clicks on them, so showing you the right ones translates very directly into revenue.

AMP Powers Google Featured Snippets On Mobile

Google seems to have made a switch a few days ago where on mobile search they are now likely to serve featured snippets from pages that are powered by AMP.

A collaboration with Google News Lab; A visual essay by Xaquín G.V.:

How To Fix a Toilet And Other Things We Couldn’t Do Without Search.

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