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Yoast SEO 11.2 Lets Webmasters Tailor Their Schema Output

Support for structured data continues to be added by Yoast SEO with its 11.2 update. This newest plugin version lets webmasters insert their own pieces of schema into Yoast's graph, filter out pieces they don't want to show to search engines, as well as add or delete social profiles. With structured data, search engines can [...]

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Sitelinks Searchbox, Logo Enhancement And Unparsable Structured Data Report Added To GSC

Three new reports have been introduced by Google within the new Google Search Console - a new report for unparsable structured data and two new enhancement reports. The unparsable structured data report aggregates structured data syntax errors. It puts all the parsing issues, such as structured data syntax errors, that specifically prevented Google from identifying [...]

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Google Gives Thumbs-Up On Placing Your Local Reviews From Yelp, Google Maps And Others On Your Own Website

We've all stumbled across websites that showcase brand or product reviews by customers from Yelp, Google Maps and other third-party websites.  Google webmaster analyst, John Mueller, says that it's perfectly OK with Google's webmaster guidelines to take some of these reviews and highlight them on your company website.  The only thing that he is warning [...]

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Google Search Adds Dataset Schema Support To Search Results

Support for datasets markup schema in the Google search results has been announced by Google.  This markup support makes it possible for searchers to better visualize data represented on a web page directly in Google's search results. According to Google, “news organizations that publish data in the form of tables can add additional structured data to make the [...]

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What Do Google And Toddlers Have In Common? Both Of Them Needs To Learn Good Listening Skills.

Researchers at Google AI, Jannis Bulian and Neil Houlsby presented a paper that shed light on new methods they’re testing to improve search results at the Sixth International Conference on Learning Representations. Although publishing a paper doesn't always mean the methods are being used, or even will be, it will likely increase the odds when the results [...]

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Google Updates Recipe Markup For Google Search & Google Assistant

In an announcement made by Google, it has updated its recipe structured data documentation, which is meant to help webmasters to improve the visibility of their recipes in Google Search and on Google Assistant, including Google Homes devices. Google said, “The updated structured data properties provide users with more information about your recipe, resulting in higher quality traffic to your [...]

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Google Now Wants Larger Images For AMP Articles

Google's article schema document has been update for AMP articles to require larger images in your markup.  Before, the minimum requirement for your image sizes was 696 pixels wide and 30,00 pixels in total.  Now, it's 1,200 pixels wide and 800,000 pixels in total. This is specific to the markup you use for your AMP articles so that they [...]

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Bizarre Review Schema Implementation Spotlights Gaps Between Google’s Guidelines & How Rich Results Really Work

Review snippets, in which review stars appear next to your SERP listing, have been something SEOs have coveted in terms of rich results.  But because many have pursued these review snippets quite heavily over the years, it has lead to a lot of abuse.  Both SEOs and webmasters would try gaining the rich results by implementing [...]

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10 Facts About Rich Results That All SEOs Should Know

Beginning December 19, 2017, “rich results” is the new name for all of Google's special search results features and enhancements, including rich snippets, rich cards and enriched results. These terms aren't new to marketers.  They're intended to make search results stand out by incorporating additional information in the form of pictures, review stars and so forth. [...]

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