Schema Markup News Round Up: April 25th, 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:

Recommendations for the application of to aggregated Cultural Heritage metadata to increase relevance and visibility to search engines: the case of Europeana

The practical objective of our work is to produce a representation of Europeana resources described in EDM, being the richest as possible and tailored to Europeana’s realities and user needs as well the search engines and their users.

How to add schema markup to your site using Google Tag Manager

Google Tag Manager is a free tool that allows marketers to add or update tags without having to know any website coding (or bother someone who does).

SEO King Class: From Rich Snippets to Featured Snippets

According to the search analysis of STAT, it is even true that Featured Snippets tend not to use the markup, which is indispensable for rich snippets.

Seven SEO Trends to Keep Up Within 2017 [Infographic]

Brands will have to make strategies to focus on the internet rather than just keywords. It means you need to work for the content or queries your buyer persona is searching.

Table of structured data capabilities by the data consumer

A number of new Google features are coming, including jobs and the indexing API

Will be interesting to see the details of each of these once they bring these pages live.

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