We’ve curated some of the big news surrounding structured data for the week to help you stay on top of changes and news:
Search Engine Land is predicting that structured data will become even more significant in 2016. The current SEO strategies are becoming more technical and less about producing content for its own sake.
In 2011, schema.org was announced. We now see schema.org being used on many millions of Web sites, defining data types and properties common across applications, platforms and products, in order to enhance the user experience by delivering the most relevant information they need, when they need it.
But what’s in store for the future?
This article traces the history of efforts to enable Web-scale exchange of structured data and reports on Schema.org. It provides an extensive overview of the evolution and implementation of Schema.org.
This is a response to a Google+ discussion that highlighted an instance where a Google SERP was making best use of information from elsewhere, namely surfacing info right within the SERP itself.
Udemy has introduced online classes for Structured Data
Did we miss anything big? Please let us know in the comments and we’ll add it to the list.