Browsed by
Tag: Google Webmaster Guidelines

Abusing Semantic Markup? Leaked Webmaster Guidelines Update May Suggest Your Days Are Numbered

Abusing Semantic Markup? Leaked Webmaster Guidelines Update May Suggest Your Days Are Numbered

Last week I posted about the ugly state of Google’s SERPs thanks to rich snippet abuse over at Search News Central.  the post drew a lot of feedback both in the comments as well as through social media, and one theme continued.  Nobody really liked how people were misusing semantic markup to generate rich snippets, but nobody had a clear definition of what was right or wrong either.  Thankfully, thanks to a prematurely released revision to Google’s Webmaster Guidelines we may receive some…

Read More Read More