Schema Markup News Mar 6th, 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 Image Search Now To Use Product Schema Markup

Google added language to specify that product schema markup can be used in image search now.


Google expands featured snippets to give multiple results

Google is expanding its “featured snippets,” the portion of text that is returned above a search result to give you quick answers without having to click through, as reported by TechCrunch.


What is GS1 SmartSearch Schema markup and why should e-commerce sites use it?

Contributor Tony Edward explains the new, more advanced schema markup for products called GS1 SmartSearch and how it helps listings gain visibility in the search results.


Bing has confirmed support for JSON-LD formatted markup

Bing has been using JSON-LD as a signal, but we are still building out the verification tools as part of the Webmaster Tools offering.


Bing Entity Search API is now available

The API enables you to pull Bing Knowledge Graph information about people, places, things, and local businesses into your sites and apps.


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