If your website uses HTTPS, then you might also want to begin using the meta referrer tag. This one is honestly new to me.
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A new article on the Google Developers blog shares tips on how you can use schema.org markup on your website to specify your social media profile information and possibly have it appear in the Knowledge Graph panel. I actually touched on some of that in my article on the blog yesterday. Glad to see Google pushing the suggestion. #knowledgegraph #schema
It's a commonly-asked (and very logical) question, so explains why.
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Here's another important reason why you should make sure that your website is mobile-friendly--it will soon affect your rankings in Google.
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Google has just released a new structured data testing tool with new markup examples.
And here's the new documentation: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2015/01/new-structured-data-testing-tool.html
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