Try out the first link above (the WebTables Project Slide) when you get the chance, and do some searches on Google’s table search. The second paper is one that described the WebTables project when it first started out, and the one that follows it describes some of the things that Google researchers learned from the Project. We’ve seen Structured Snippets like the one above grabbing facts to include in a snippet (in this case from a data table on the Wikipedia page about the Oceanside Pier.) … [Read more...] about Schema, Structured Data, and Scattered Databases such as the World Wide Web
Storing xml in database
Perhaps the most important factor here is the user experience. If you love using apps then you should be able to use them in exactly the same non-siloed way as the rest of the ‘indexed’ world, not kept in a closed off partition. Similarly if I hate apps, then I want a choice not to have them load automatically. The point is that I have the choice to begin with. … [Read more...] about What is app indexing and why is it important?
That’s because for most simple WordPress websites, all they had to do was install the popular Jetpack plugin and in just a few minutes were able to comply with Google’s mobile website standards. On the other side of the fence are those WordPress sites using premium, paid themes from marketplaces like Envato, and those users surely weren’t scared because the premium theme marketplace has been cranking out themes that already have built-in responsive capabilities for years! This is perhaps one of the greatest arguments for why WordPress simply is an SEO’s dream come true. … [Read more...] about What Makes WordPress the Best Platform for SEO
Server response time Server supports browser caching and file compression. Supports minification of JS and CSS. Home page able to “live” at domain root (and not example.com/abc/home/index.html, for example). Category and Subcategory pages able to include up to 500 words of text copy above/below the product grid. Supports breadcrumbs on e-commerce category, subcategory and product pages. Supports Organization, Product, Local Business and Breadcrumb schema markup on appropriate pages. Support for product ratings and reviews (or at least inclusion of a third-party rating/review system). Supports Open Graph tags on all pages (syntax-based OK). Supports inclusion of social sharing buttons on product pages. … [Read more...] about SEO requirements for a new website platform