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Structured Data + SEO Research

Google Searches that prove the value of Structured Data - A Listly List

Listly List - Google Searches that prove the value of Structured Data - "Top Bible Apps" - Google Search, "The Top Habits" - Google Search, "Nines Speakers" - Google Search, community managers list - Google Search, similar logos - Google Search, social media metrics list - Google Search, "itsm tools" - Google Search, "Financial Startups" - Google Search, Services Lean Startup, and ipad productivity apps - Google Search

SEOs, don't ignore structured data

Why aren't more SEOs adopting when it can bring greater search result visibility and traffic? Here's why you shouldn't wait.

Structured Data and Semantic SEO

Presentation at September event for SEMPDX in Portland OR. Covering the latest on structured data markup, Open Graph, and data markup for SEO.

Quality Content, Structured Data and SEO - Perth, Western Australia

Google is getting more and more serious about quality content. Recently it quietly introduced a new feature in Webmaster Tool– the Structured Data report – which has implications for all web content producers and site owners.

Rock Your SEO with Structured Social Sharing - #MozCon Presentation | SEOmoz

During my talk at MozCon 2012, attendees learned about the Structured Social Sharing Formula (SSSF): 10 steps to optimize and track social share snippets on Facebook, Google Plus, and Twitter. The formula includes use of microdata and best practices for controlling the snippet that displays on Facebook and Google+ as well as how to automatically tag URLs with...

Structured Social Sharing Formula & Worksheet

The Structured Social Sharing Formula outlines 10 best practices for optimizing social sharing for Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. Download the worksheet.

Structured Data and SEO Part 3: Implementing Rich Snippets

In the first 2 parts of this series we reviewed the role of structured data and rich snippets in search results, but we didn’t get to the nitty gritty of implementation. This part of the article will give you a nudge in the direction of placing the necessary code in your web pages to “structure” your “data” in a way that will be understood by Google, Bing, and Yahoo.

Employing Microformats & Structured Data For Enhanced Search Engine Visibility

With the introduction of the vocabulary, much attention has been focused on the benefits of employing structured data for improved visibility in the search engines. The mostly widely cited and easily verifiable of these benefits is the generation of rich snippets:  a specially formatted search result block that includes information specific to the type [...]

Game Changer - Click Through Rates and Structured Data - YouTube

Click through rates decrease as your rankings goes down, right? Not so fast! Maybe with the advent of & more social pieces being used in more ...