Schema Markup News May 29th, 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:

Structured data and content: indispensable elements for semantic SEO

Google’s ambition requires webmasters, and therefore SEO specialists, that they always provide Google with the best answer when Google analyzes a website with its algorithms.


It’s alive! Image SEO is back from the dead

The response to data requests was very positive. Overall, compiled the percentage increases from 58 different properties worldwide.


Google Rich Results Test now supports movies, TV shows and events

Tested the Google examples for Movie and Event, respectively, and the tool did indeed validate the code and provide a preview.


Structured data for recipes

Google Home can now read your structured data powered recipes out loud!


Internet-Scale Deep Learning for Bing Image Search

Semantic, vector-based deep learning techniques in our image search stack makes Bing even more intelligent, and how it enables us to find more satisfying results to complex image search queries.


Progress report for Educational and Occupational Credentials in

Over the past few months, we have been working through the 30-or-so outline use cases for describing Educational and Occupational Credentials in, suggesting how they can be met with existing terms, or failing that working on proposals for new terms to add.


Get Rating Rich Results for Local Business with Third Party Reviews

Well, we have good news! Based on evidence over the last few years, we are here to say that YES, you can get Review Rich Results for using third-party reviews.

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