Not since the Knowledge Graph reared its head, as among "other critical factors is understanding the notion of 'ordering vs ranking', the impact of context and many others."
You'll learn this and more if you make to this Meetup in San Diego tonight hosted by the inimitable and equally inimitable .
I'm a pretty sad panda 'cause I can't make up, but my frown's turned somewhat around by the fact that Bill's already put their deck online - thanks Bill!
#knowledgegraph #semanticseo #google #ranking
A presentation on Sentiment Scoring using the Alchemy API with the Twitter Stream, including Google's Prediction Algorithm.
Will Something like this be used in serving real time search results?
Accidentally discovered that you can drag and drop a local file directly to the Google Testing Tool.* ** A time saver for anyone that's been copying and pasting file contents.
* No, really, it's lost its "Structured Data" prefix:
<title>Testing Tool | Google Developers</title>
<meta property="og:title" content="Testing Tool | Google Developers">
Nonetheless, I do not recommend the Testing Tool for testing the amount of chlorine in your pool, your blood alcohol level, your students' knowledge of algebra ... etc., etc.
** Yes, its bigger and redder and more scroll-bar-y than it was yesterday. H/T to for pointing this out. :)
And great interview!
We added ld+json on multiple sites and were validating with the Google Structured Data Testing Tool, but we found today that on all sites we added all that they are not validating.
It is about the SiteSearch feature.
Did Google break their tool? The markup is certainly 100% valid.
Here is an example: https://developers.google.com/structured-data/testing-tool?url=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.freelancerfinancials.uk.com%252F
Anyone else? Can someone give me a hand?
- Florida State UniversityFSU Certified Webmaster, 2004
In 2001, I graduated from the German Academy Brueschke in Bielefeld as a Specialist for Multimedia Office Communication.
The same year, I graduated from the Academy of the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Bielefeld as a Web Project Manager (IHK).
Additionally, in 2003 I passed an exam at Brainbench.com in Web Design Concepts. Also, in 2003 I passed my test at Brainbench.com as a Master Web Designer for Accessibility.
In the same year, I completed an online course of study at Carleton University, Sprott School of Business in Usability Testing.Lycos Europe Inc. in various positions for two years:
- 04.2001 - 07.2001 Intranet Webmaster;
- 07.2001 - 03.2002 Ad Format Specialist;
- 07.2001 - 03.2002 Trainer for Web Design for Accessibility;
- 03.2002 - 04.2003 Lead of Usability Testing, supervising the usability tests for the European Web Development.
I also hold membership with the following professional organizations:
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- Search Editors (current)
- Blog Webnauts Net (current)
- Algojunkie Blog (current)
- SEO Watch Blog (current)
- SEO Workers (current)
- Webnauts Net (current)
- Semantic Articles (current)
- SitePoint (current)
- WebProWorld (current)
- SEO Workers on Google+ (current)
- Morestar (current)
- SEO Workers Labs (current)
- Article Blast (current)
- Doc Sheldon (current)
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