We’ve curated some of the big news surrounding structured data for the week to help you stay on top of changes and news:
In collaboration with the Foundation’s Strategic Partnerships and Product teams, the Google Search team has improved how Wikipedia results look in Google’s mobile web searches. Read more about it on Wikipedia’s blog.
Google is working on an update to its fast mobile pages initiative, known as AMP or Google’s Instant Articles, that will surface breaking news and real-time alerts to the top of mobile search results.
The Google AdWords community is scratching their heads this morning after trying to use the Google AdWords Keyword Planner and to find that it is only giving back data ranges when there is no campaign set up. Barry Schwartz discusses the possible bug.
Gianluca Fiorelli discusses the history of Google search and the future of Semantics and SEO.
Mobile devices have become the go-to tool to query all types of questions, such as who designed Michelle Obama’s dress worn at the Democratic National Convention, or whether Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will join Verizon when the acquisition closes. But the most-asked questions on mobile devices tend to trend toward location.
Google integrates Zomato, Swiggy, Dineout & Bytplus In Search Results for Food Ordering and Reservations
Now whenever you search for a restaurant or a cafe, you’ll have an option to check it out on Zomato or Swiggy and order food from these two apps. Adding this to its mobile version only right now, Google has closely integrated these two food delivery apps on its search engine.