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5 Strategies to Take Advantage of Google's Knowledge Graph and Rich Answers

:: By Larry Alton, @LarryAlton3 :: If you’ve used Google at all in the past few years (and you’d be lying if you said you haven’t), you’ve likely noticed an occasional, useful peculiarity. Sometimes, when you...

Top 10 Tips to Build a Google-Friendly Site

:: By Adam Dince, Deluxe :: These days, marketers are doing everything they can to leverage non-paid marketing channels to increase operating income and decrease spend. One of the most impactful areas of non-paid marketing is search...

Getting Down and Dirty with Schema Markup

:: By Travis Bliffen, Stellar SEO :: Turns out, less than one percent of websites have implemented markup on their website. Those who have implemented the markup appear higher in search engine result pages (SERPs) on average...

Move Up the SERPs with Schema Markup

If you're looking to improve page position through SEO, your enterprise should focus on providing more (and better) data to Bing and Google. That means more rich snippets, folks! A new study from Searchmetrics revealed that less...

Google Offers Deep Look at Structured Data

With new websites popping up every single day, carefully crafted search engine optimization (SEO) practices are necessary for webmasters to make sure that their sites are still visible and don’t get buried by all of the new content...

Google's Author Tag – Conduits to Richer Writer Profiles

This week Google announced support for “authorship markup” which will help the search engine connect its users with authors through the content those authors publish on the web. Google will ultimately use the data to help...


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