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Google Updates Guidelines on Using ‘How-to’ Structured Data

Google's help document has been updated on using "how-to" structured data with new guidelines about things people should try avoiding. How-to structured data is a type of markup that communicates to Google that a piece of content is a how-to article. By using how-to mark up, it makes a page eligible to appear in search [...]

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Schema Markup for SEO: Here’s Why You Should Not Ignore It

In order to understand the world around us, and to communicate our understanding to others, we apply schema. That is, we assign things to general classifications, such as animal, vegetable, or mineral. In this episode of the popular Here's Why digital marketing video series, Eric Enge and Mark Traphagen invite Stone Temple's Senior Director of [...]

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Google Announces Similar Items Schema For Image Search On Mobile

Just recently, Google's image search results on the mobile web and in the Android Search app are now showing "similar items."  Basically, if you do an image search, Google could shold you additional product images from place where you can buy that item you did the search on. Product manager, Julia E, announced on Google's search blog [...]

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