Structured Data & Schema.org

Schema.org Rolls Out Its Schema Markup Validator Tool

On May 11, Schema.org announced that it has launched its schema markup validator tool, which can be found at at validator.schema.org. The validator helps to validate your structured data on your website for general purposes. This is what Schema.org said according to the announcement: “As agreed last year, Schema.org is the new home for the structured data validator …

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Google Will Be Moving The Structured Data Testing Tool To Schema.org

When Google first said that it was going to deprecate the Structured Data testing tool back in July, folks weren’t thrilled with the idea, so rather than just get rid of it, the company decided that they would move it to schema.org instead. According to Google, the Structured Data Testing Tool will be migrated to a …

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Google Search Now Supports Home Activities Structured Data

The primary use for home activities structured data is the activities that you do when you are home, such as participating in online events and watching videos. Recently, Google has added search developer documentation for this type of structured data. With this, the rich results that users are given will include more detail on the …

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Google Rich Results Test Tool Gives Support For Article Structured Data

In an announcement, Google said that the rich results test tool is now supporting structured data. Since taking the rich results test out of beta, Google has been adding more features to the tool. By adding structured data to various types of pages, such as news and blog pages, the page’s appearance will be enhanced …

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Google Rich Results Test Tool Now Out Of Beta

Google has made an announcement that it has removed the beta label from the Rich Results Test tool. The tool now “fully supports all Google Search rich result features.” According to Google, it’ll start deprecating the Structured Data Testing Tool, saying that the old Structured Data Testing Tool “will still be available for the time being.” …

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Google Search Console Performance Report Gets Recipe Filters

A new filter option has been added to Google’s performance reports within Google Search Console. Google might be giving sites that use recipe markup the ability to filter performance reports within the “search appearance” options. You can find these filters by logging into Google Search Console and clicking on the “performance report.” After that, select …

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Google Search Console Adds New Guided Recipes Reports

New reports were launched by Google this morning in Google Search Console for Google Recipes. A new Guided Recipes Enhancement report has been launched, as well as a Guided Recipes in Rich Results test. This new feature lets users “instantly validate the markup for individual recipes,” Google said. It even lets you discover any issues …

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Google Search Console Now Supports SpecialAnnouncement Schema

In an announcement on May 5, Google has included some special announcements in the company’s Performance report and has added a Special Announcements Enhancement report to Search Console. Google’s Rich Results Test tool also now supports SpecialAnnouncement markup. The Special Announcements Enhancement report will display warnings, errors and valid pages for markup implemented on your site. The Search …

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Schema.org vs. What Google Supports: Know The Difference

Schema.org produces, maintains and promotes structured data for site owners to markup their site content with. It’s the decision of search engines to support structured data markup sot they are able to provide users with enhanced search results. Despite this, search engines such as Google aren’t supporting the full gamut of structured data types. “All …

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