Schema Markup News Round Up: Oct 17th, 2017

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

Schema Markup Round-Up: State of Search 2017

In this article, we have shared how Dr. Pete Meyer from Moz, Jon Earnshaw from PI Datametrics, Alan Bleiweiss and Duane Forrester of Yext, and Martha van Berkel (me!) from Schema App, told a story  about the emerging need for Digital Marketers (not developers) to take control of their brand’s data.

Markup, User Driven Change and Your Career Future

Review of the impact of markup in today’s intelligent services, how this is impacting consumer behavior and a new opportunity in the search industry to forge a career path at senior levels.

Test your SEO skills with Dr. Search Marketing

Are you ready to Answer the Top 5 Semantic SEO Questions of 2017?

Paradigm Shifts: Can SEO Survive Google?

From AMP to voice search, Google’s evolution seems to be accelerating.

Using JSON-LD To Establish Semantic Linked Data

In fact, it is this fundamental relationship that drives the conceptual model and approach of the world-wide-web – without these relationships, there would be no Reddit, no BBC News, and certainly no Wikipedia.

Ignoring these 6 SEO strategies could come back to haunt you

This month, in honor of Halloween, I thought it would be ghoulishly fun to talk about some SEO strategies that you should start implementing — or face the nightmarish consequences.

How machine learning levels the SERP playing field

Contributor Kristopher Jones explains how SEOs should be changing their practices to keep up with trends in the way Google evaluates web pages.

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