Schema Markup News Jan 9th, 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:

What the development of visual search will mean for SEO

In a world driven by instant gratification, visual search can open the door toward “snap and surf” purchasing, streamlining the search interface.

Does Structured Data Markup Indirectly Help Rankings?

Google uses Schema structured markup data to organize the information for the purposes of displaying it in “creative ways.”

Semantic SEO 101: How to enhance your SEO strategy with Semantic Technologies

With the team at WordLift, our mission is to democratize Semantic Technologies to make them accessible to anyone that has a website.

10 facts about rich results that all SEOs should know

Columnist John Lincoln provides a lesson in rich results 101 for those who are just getting started with them.

Google Assistant Now Natively Supports Podcasts, Recipes and News

Google concerning the use of podcasts, recipes and news by Google Assistant, Google’s virtual assistant that’s used by Google Home, Android phones and a host of other devices.

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