A trend that has recently begun to catch fire among local Internet marketing services is the use of rich snippets on Google, which can dramatically improve your SEO results and site traffic.
Producing your own video content is great. Search engines and users alike love video content. It increases user engagement - keeping visitors on your page - but moreover it's just makes your content more interesting, adding value. You're...Show More Summary
I’ve got a document loaded with tiny snippets of text and images, titled “idearrhea” because I created it two years ago when I was young and immature, and it was while scrolling through it this October that I rediscovered: “Insomniac society, cosmetic viruses, wet street, fast awake.” That fragment then became “Let’s Take This Viral” over the course of a weekend.
Two pieces of candy for you today. First, the above photo of Arnie, the legend. What a brilliantly framed shot, of an enduring and great moment. The first tee-shot at the Masters. Second is this 90 second snippet from Rich Lerner and the Golf Channel, on the silence before magic erupts at this golf tournament. Good stuff. Simple, but awesome.
When I pasted a hyperlink in my post, Facebook pulled in more than just a descriptive (rich) snippet along with the link. It actually included a like button for the orignal publisher's page, and the ability to subscribe to their updates.
I recently came across information on how to include rich snippets in Google. This is the art of including meta data or other informative information into the search results that help folks identify what is on a page. Examples include star ratings, site links, an author image etc… Here is the official verbiage right from [...]
What is rich markup? Rich markup on a page results in a rich search snippet on Google SERPs. According to GWT: Rich Snippets Guidelines Rich snippets are designed to summarize the content of a page in a way that makes it even easier for users to understand what the page is about in our search [...]Show More Summary
Gregg Turner of Blue Claw Search recently discussed the impact of RDFa format data and why developers should implement it. Turner writes, “Rich snippets have become a lot more prominent within the SERPS over the past couple of years, with appealing, feature-rich listings becoming a more and more commonplace. Show More Summary
Structured data makes the Web go around. Search engines love it when webmasters mark up page content. Google’s rich snippets, for instance, leverages sites’ use of microdata (preferred format), or RDFa or microformats: It makes it possible...Show More Summary
Google wants website owners to add as much structured data to their sites as possible in order to improve its search results and Knowledge Graph boxes with rich snippets like event listings, reviews and other information. Adding this...Show More Summary
Posted by PhilNottingham The core tactics of technical Video SEO are pretty easy to pick up. You can read through the bulk of what there is to know about getting rich snippets, optimizing for YouTube, and driving links back to your site within a couple of hours. Show More Summary
Barbara Starr of SearchEngineLand reports, “Semantic markup is becoming more and more popular in conjunction with large scale SEO. Adding rich snippets to send rich signals to alert search engines as to the relevancy of your content ? whatever vertical they may appear in ? is not only a wise move, but an SEO best practice. Show More Summary
Keef leaked a bunch of new songs and snippets today via his Youtube channel. This is a snippet of one of the better sounding cuts, “On It” produced by MikeWiLLMadeIt. None of these will appear on Finally Rich, although some may pop up as bonus tracks somewhere. I’ve come to realize that unless this guy [...]
Check out some 30 second snippets of Keef’s debut, Finally Rich, in stores December 18th. Pre-order on iTunes, and look out for the “Hate Bein’ Sober” video, whenever Keef gets around to shooting it. Previously: Chief Keef Doesn’t Show Up To His Own Video Shoot w/ Curtis & Wiz Khalifa
Rich snippets: Concert dates in Google. This is the first of a two-part series. Tomorrow: • Why Google Authorship matters to your business Guest post by Selena Narayanasamy Director of Strategy Development, BlueGlass Interactive If you’re...Show More Summary
Google announced changes to the rich snippets testing tool late last week, including new languages and a new name, the Structured Data Testing Tool. The change is designed to better reflect how structured data might appear in search results.