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You might know that structured data in the form of Schema.org can do wonders for your search results. It also forms the basis for an ever-increasing amount of new and exciting developments on the search engine front. Google has said many times that structured data is beneficial. Today, we’re going to look at a relatively …Read: "How to add HowTo Schema to your how-to article"
Did you notice Google is offering fewer options for your search results to shine? It seems like Google regularly adds a new box to the search result pages that answers searchers’ questions immediately, without them having to click on anything. For instance, type in [Blade Runner 2049] and you’ll be bombarded by four ads, a …Read: "How to get a Google answer box"
Rich search results are everywhere. Years ago, search engines presented search results without much adornment. Today, the search results look very different, especially on mobile. We see extra information beneath the links, plus a couple of big blocks of rich — often visual or action-oriented — content, depending on what you look for. In this …Read: "Rich results are on the rise"
Getting a Schema.org implementation right on a website was – until today – enormously painful. There was not enough documentation and no good tools to help you to make it truly simple. The best implementations so far really are, sadly, still just a fragmented mess. Today, we’ve fixed that. The best Schema.org implementations we see …Read: "Schema.org is hard; we’re making it easy"
If you have a restaurant and a restaurant website to go with it, you might want to read this article. We have covered a lot of topics on this website already, but we’ve decided to focus a bit more on specific types of websites in a number of posts. In this post, we discuss what you need …Read: "How to optimize your restaurant website"
You might have heard about structured data, Schema.org, and JSON-LD. But what do these terms mean exactly? What is structured data? What does structured data do? And what does it have to do with SEO? For all of you who don’t know what structured data is: this post will make it clear to you! What …Read: "What is structured data?"
For most sites, SEO in 2019 is not much different from the past couple of years: you still need to improve the same stuff, but you do need to set the bar higher and higher. Competition is getting fiercer and Google — and your potential client — is getting better at recognizing true quality. Also, …Read: "SEO in 2019: Improve, improve, improve"
To get search engines to fully understand your site, you need structured data in the form of Schema.org. This guide helps you on your way.Read: "Structured data with Schema.org: the ultimate guide"
Do you have a recipe site? If so, you might already be using structured data to mark up your recipes so they can get highlighted in the search results. Good work! But, Google recently made some changes that might make your implementation incomplete. It also expanded the possibilities of structured data for recipes by bringing …Read: "Structured data for recipes: getting content read out loud"
Several big search engines developed a project called Schema.org, which contains the structured data markup supported by the search engines. Basically, it’s a large collection of code formats. You can use Schema.org to find the markup you need to add structured data to your page. Here, you can read what we’ve written on this subject! Want to know more? Check out our structured data training!