Schema Markup News Jan 23rd, 2018

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

Google Assistant Now Natively Supports Podcasts Recipes News

Google Assistant helps user find the information they want, including content from publishers across of many of Google’s platforms, e.g., Search, News, Maps and more.

7 Factors Google Uses To Evaluate Links For SEO

Most of us can judge quickly whether a link is “natural” or whether it’s spam, but Google’s evaluation process is more nuanced than this.

In 2018, look out for structured data and rich snippets

There is one thing that’s bound to be big is structured data in 2018. Google loves structured data because it can use the information on the page to create products.

3 SEO tasks to start 2018 off with a bang

Start 2018 off with a bang by earning three simple wins that will set the stage for further success and growth, not just for this year, but long into the future.

What’s next for technical SEO?

As web technologies continue to grow and evolve, interest in technical SEO is growing along with it. Columnist Patrick Stox looks ahead to see what advancements are on the horizon and how these may impact technical SEO.

How to Take Over Google’s Featured Snippets and Win Voice Search in 2018

If you’ve read any 2018 SEO-trend articles, you know that voice search is the wave of the future. Though it may not completely eradicate screen-based searches, it will change the way users interact with content and the way search engines crawl, index, and retrieve website information.

, , , , , , , , , , , , ,
Previous Post
Schema Markup News Jan 16th, 2018
Next Post
Schema Markup News Jan 30th, 2018