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Aymen Loukil
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Bing now supports ClaimReview, check the details and the differences with Google

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Bing now supports ClaimReview, check the details and the differences with Google

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Join us for a Google Webmaster Central office hours hangout on Nov 15, 4pm CET
https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20161115T16&p1=%3A

Add your questions to this Google+ post. This session is open to anything webmaster related like crawling, indexing, mobile sites, internationalization, duplicate content, Sitemaps, Search Console, pagination, duplicate content, multi-lingual/multi-regional sites, etc.

This is a Hangout on YouTube Live. To join live, watch out for the link here once the event starts, and use a webcam + headset. You can find out more about Hangouts and how to participate at https://sites.google.com/site/webmasterhelpforum/en/office-hours

Feel free to drop by - we welcome webmasters of all levels! If you would like to join this hangout live & in person, and haven't been able to get in recently, please leave a note here and we'll try to invite you a few minutes before we start.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTyGHTWG1rc

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W3C Community Group extending schema.org for video games proposed

Yours truly has proposed a W3C Community Group that will focus on extending schema.org for better coverage of video games.

The purpose of this group is to discuss extending the schema.org vocabulary for improved representation of video games in structured data. Our goal is to create proposal(s) that will extend video game-related schemas to make them more expressive, and so enable video game publishers, video game vendors, video game streaming services and news outlets to provide data consumers with more precise information about video games than is possible with the current vocabulary.

If you work in the video game or an affiliated industry, or if this proposed Group is otherwise of interest to you, please consider lending the group your support at the call-out link (http://bit.ly/2fQkeZt).

"Once a group has sufficient support (five supporters), W3C announces its creation, lists it on the current groups page, and people can join it to begin work."

#schemaorg #videogames

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