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Structured Data Gets a Face Lift

Structured Data Gets a Face Lift

New Schema.org Vocabularies and Terms Introduced [caption id="attachment_19857" align="aligncenter" width="560"] Photo via http://www.unclutter.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Label-Maker.png[/caption] 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, […] [...more]

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

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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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