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Benefits of incorporating structured data on your site pages

The foundation of a structured data resource is invariably Resource Definition Framework – a standard model for purpose of data interchange on the web, which allows it to be seamlessly shared across various applications, apart from supporting easy evolution of different schemas. In fact, the Googlebot in the near future will be looking beyond keywords and Web links – to identify structured data or semantic markup. Continue reading

Blending basic keyword search with semantic search technology

Instead of simply surfacing a list of ubiquitous blue web links, the all new Google search, will also give more facts and direct answers to queries right at the top of the relevant results page. By using ‘semantic search technology’, it intends to bring about the biggest makeover as yet. The idea on part of the world’s most popular search engine is to stay well ahead of the curve and keep its top spot in the online world. Continue reading