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Structured Data Gets a Face Lift

Structured Data Gets a Face Lift

New Schema.org Vocabularies and Terms Introduced Schema.org, essentially the Dewey Decimal-style organization governing how the Internet categorizes and distributes both digital and real-world information, has been hard at work expanding its full hierarchy of structured data types. Since Schema.org, comprised of Internet experts from Google, Bing, and Yahoo, started back in June 2011, many industries […] [...more]

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Interview with AJ Kohn

Interview with AJ Kohn

Erik Freeman sits down with SEO expert and blogger AJ Kohn for an interview on the future of SEO. [...more]

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The Reality Check of Semantic Search

The Reality Check of Semantic Search

We are moving from a beloved web of documents, towards a web of “things”. The implications of semantic search are significant, but the actual shift towards this new web, or “graph” as it’s now being called, happened a while ago, and very, very quietly. [...more]

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