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A new question:

The website of one of my clients has landings about different offices or businesses where its products are sold, but I'm not sure how to mark up these pages. 

I've thought about to use 'Organization' schema on all of those pages to indicate my client data, and use 'hasPOS' to indicate each of these offices.

Is it correct?

Thanks in advance!

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+Sergio Redondo That works too, but I always worry a bit with "about" that the relationship described might be getting a bit esoteric for the search engines. Put another way, that approach is valid markup, but what you're chiefly describing is the relationship between web pages, rather than the relationship between organizational entities.
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The kind of featured snippets I don't understand

Really. I don't know why Google doesn´t take this info from the original source (aka official site). If I'm looking for some specific (aka specifications) info, it's obvious I would rather prefer to see this info from the official site.

What do you think about it?
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+Martin Hepp  Does this imply that triples created using schema.org vocab are easier for SE's to extract, or is it more like whoever has the most triples wins?  or both/neither?  Would love to get a better understanding of how schema.org fits into the grander triple extraction picture. thx!
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It's really funny to play with the new Knowledge Graph API. The other day (https://plus.google.com/u/0/+SergioRedondo/posts/J6vg9syUqzx), I commented about new Wikipedia rich snippets displaying for some porn related queries instead of a KG panel.

Playing with the new API and looking for those same porn related queries, the API gave me the info related to those queries, despite not having a KG panel.

It confirms (we already knew) that the scope of Knowledge Graph goes far beyond its panels.

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+Aaron Bradley​ Well, indeed my today's post on this: sergioredondo.com/2015/12/21/knowledge-graph-porno/ (you'll need to Gtranslate it). Hope you like it!
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It seems Yahoo has open sourced its focused web crawler con structured data Anthelion.

Venture Beat's post here: venturebeat.com/2015/12/14/yahoo-open-sources-anthelion-web-crawler-for-parsing-structured-data-on-html-pages/

Yahoo's official post here: yahoolabs.tumblr.com/post/135196452221/explore-anthelion-our-open-source-focused-crawler

This was something +Barbara Starr​ took an eye at (https://plus.google.com/+BarbaraStarr/posts/A1EXk6DAnaZ) some months ago and now it becomes what it seems a handy tool for all of us.
Yahoo today announced that it has released the source code for its Anthelion web crawler designed for parsing structured data from HTML pages under an open source license.
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Rich and structured snippets  - 
 
Very curious: for porn related queries, Google doesn't display a Knowledge Graph panel, but Wikipedia rich snippets instead. Have you seen this before? #GoogleFightsPorn
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I knew the doubt would arise, +Aaron Bradley​ ;)
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Hi friends!

Does anyone know any tool that turns into graphics the markup of a webpage? Something to make visual the different triplets.

Thanks in advance!
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+Jarno van Driel​ This launch will be good news to all of us who love the semantic web and play with structured data.
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Sergio Redondo

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Again, one question:

Should I mark up with Schema.org both local versions of a page (and each case with 'texts' in each language)?

I mean: I have an 'About Us' page that I'm going to mark up with Organization schema, but I have two versions of this page, one in english and one in spanish. Should I use (for example in JSON-LD) two codes, one for each language version? 

I think that if I'm going to use 'description' property, using the english version of this description in the spanish page it's counterproductive, isn't it?

Thanks in advance!

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I forgot about @context. I used this one 
{
"@context": {
"@json-ld": "true",
"@vocab": "https://schema.org/",
"@language": "en"
}
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Dos años ya en +Señor Muñoz​. Todo un honor poder formar parte del equipo de +Fernando Muñoz​.
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Again, new special Wikipedia rich snippets for certain navigational queries, this time technology related ones (4 photos).

In my opinion, it's curious that Google doesn't prefer to display a KG panel instead in some cases. Of course, not all of them, but there are queries where a KG panel could be more useful.

And it's also curious that for some queries (like [windows]) did not show
or a special snippet or a KG panel.
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Nuevo post para la web de +Señor Muñoz, en esta ocasión a dos manos junto a +Jose Miguel Moreno Arrabal, y sobre un tema muy interesante: tipo de redirección a utilizar para la home de una web con varios subdirectorios locales.

Espero que os guste.   
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Consejos de Sergio Redondo y Jose Miguel Moreno en la web de Señor Muñoz Consultores sobre la mejor opción para la redirección correcta en la home ante escenarios de múltiples idiomas, múltiples paises o estructuras complejas de localización idiomática vs física.
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Today's #SundaySemanticQuote  by +Jarno van Driel:

And so I came up with the hypothesis that:

Does the site have duplicate, overlapping, or redundant articles on the same or similar topics with slightly different keyword variations?

Should be read and treated as if it said:

Does the site have duplicate, overlapping, or redundant entities on the same or similar topics with slightly different property variations? 
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One new question about structured data markup:

Is it possible to use 'sameAs' property without using 'url' property too. For example, imagine you speak about someone who has no personal webpage but has a Twitter profile. Should we use 'sameAs' to indicate this social profile or, because of having no personal webpage, we can use 'url' for a Twitter profile?

Thanks in advance.
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Very understandable confusion +Sergio Redondo. FYI, here's the provenance of that use of "sameAs":
https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-vocabs/2014Apr/0109.html

FWIW while I appreciate the well-reasoned arguments there from +Dan Brickley about the "slippery slope" of creating different properties for different classes of URIs I think there's a case to be made that an account associated with an entity is different from an identifier for that entity (as per the sameAs definition of "a reference Web page that unambiguously indicates the item's identity").
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