Schema Markup News July 10th, 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:

Ask the SMXperts — Schema & Structured Data, JavaScript

Three #SMXperts answer questions from the Advanced Technical SEO session at SMX Advanced and share their insights on JavaScript and structured data, two topics at the forefront of website development and search engine ranking.


Voice Search Optimization: The SEO’s Journey (So Far)

If you’ve been optimizing for semantic search, you’ve probably already started voice search optimization.


Top 7 Ranking Signals: What REALLY Matters in 2018

Now, in 2018, mobile page speed looks to be the next big ranking factor to focus on.


How to make your own SEO-friendly Machine-Readable Entity IDs

This article is about putting to use Machine-Readable Entity IDs to gain back control of the data that matters for you or your business and to help others find you unambiguously and… yes, this does lead to better SEO.


YouTube will be using snippets from Encyclopædia Britannica to annotate some YouTube videos

YouTube announcing steps we’re taking with the GNI to support the future of news in online video, and product features we’ve been working on to improve the news experience on YouTube.

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