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Semantic Search Marketing (SemSearch) is pleased to announce its first-ever Hangout On Air!

SemSearch moderators +Jarno van Driel  (Senior SEO Specialist, Sanoma NL) and +Aaron Bradley (SEO Analyst, Electronic Arts) will be joined by three experts for this open forum of all things related to semantic search.

+David Amerland - Marketing strategist and author of (among many other books) Google Semantic Search

+David Deering - Owner of Touch Point Digital, and frequent contributor to the Webmaster Central Help Forum on structured data

+Mike Arnesen - Owner of UpBuild, and the first marketer to integrate schema.org with Google Analytics

This esteemed panel will be fielding questions on any topic related to semantic search marketing:  knowledge graphs, rich snippets, schema.org, entity research, the Open Graph Protocol ... and any other subject of interest to the audience.

Ask questions prior to the hangout by posting them in comments attached to this event, on Twitter with the hashtag #SemSearch or live during the Hangout.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Short link for this event:
http://bit.ly/SemSearchForum

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A website's structured data success story

The summary of just about the craziest and most extensive case study I ever did in my life, which lead to an outcome I couldn't have dreamed up in my wildest dreams. Triples really rule the graph.

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Schema.org Analysis of Medically-Related Domains: 78.62% Don’t Use It Yet

This article seeks to answer the following questions: 

What is the frequency of pages that have schema.org (structured data) implemented from positions 1-100 for medically related keywords?  In other words, from pages 1-10 on Google Search, where is Schema.org implemented the most?

We’re curious to know what are the most common Schema.org item types being used, what are the most common implementation methods of schema.org across domains, what are the most common implementation errors. 

Read more: http://www.incrediblemarketing.com/schema-analysis-of-medically-related-domains

#schemaorg     #structureddata   #microdata     #jsonld     #seo     #seotips   #metadata

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Schema.org Analysis of Medically-Related Domains: 78.62% Don’t Use It Yet

This article seeks to answer the following questions: 

What is the frequency of pages that have schema.org (structured data) implemented from positions 1-100 for medically related keywords?  In other words, from pages 1-10 on Google Search, where is Schema.org implemented the most?

We’re curious to know what are the most common Schema.org item types being used, what are the most common implementation methods of schema.org across domains, what are the most common implementation errors. 

Read more: http://www.incrediblemarketing.com/schema-analysis-of-medically-related-domains

#schemaorg   #structureddata   #medicalDomains   #microdata   #jsonLD   #seo   #searchengineoptimization  

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Ferrofluids are liquids that become magnetized when a magnetic field is applied. They're made by suspending nanoparticles (particles only a few nanometers -- tens of atoms -- across) of magnetic materials, each coated with a substance that keeps it from clumping, in an organic solvent. When magnetized, they tend to form characteristic "hedgehog" shapes.

These were originally invented for rocket fuel: the idea was to mix these directly into liquid fuel, so that a magnetic field could pull them straight into the engine. That eliminates the mechanical pumps that are at the heart of liquid-fueled rockets, which (especially then) were the #1 source of problems. Today, they're used for all sorts of other applications: for example, they're used to create hermetic seals around rotating drive shafts, like the ones in your hard disk, since if you just magnetize the shaft a bit they'll stay in place even as things spin around. Using similar tricks, they're what keep the voice coils of your speaker cool.

Basically, you can find ferrofluids anywhere that it would be really useful to hold some liquid in a strange position as if by magic. 

And here is what happens if you take a screw, apply a magnetic field to it, and pour a ferrofluid down the top. It both lubricates the screw very precisely, and looks really neat.

You can learn more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrofluid .

This image comes from http://www.reddit.com/r/interestingasfuck/comments/391q8w/ferrofluid_on_a_screw/ , and via +Kimberly Chapman
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"mainEntityOfPage – a solution for a real life problem"

So explains +Jarno van Driel in this deep-dive into schema.org's mainEntityOfPage property, new to version 2.0.

Great stuff (and the very first guest post on SEO Skeptic too!)

#schemaorg   #mainentityofpage   #entities  

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Stories of Women in Science & Technology, as told by women in the government that hold science and tech positions, from @USCTO's +Megan Smith  first e-mail! 

Grace Hopper, as told by the US CTO, Megan Smith
https://soundcloud.com/whitehouse/grace-hopper-as-told-by-u-s/s-47xPT

Additional stories on the same link:
*Katherine Johnson, space scientist& - commentary by NASA Chief Scientist Dr. Ellen Stofan
Rachel Carson, marine biologist - commentary from Gina McCarthy, EPA administrator
Maria Klawe, computer scientist - commentary from US CTO Megan Smith 
Lydia Villa-Kmaroff, molecular biologist - commentary from Jo Handelsman, Assoc Dir for Science in Office of Science & Technology Policy
Ada Lovelance, computer programmer #1 - commentary by US CTO Megan Smith
Sally Ride, astronaut - Commentary by NASA Chief Scientist, Dr. Ellen Stofan
Barbara McClintock, geneticist - commentary by Jo Handelsman, Assoc Dir for Science in OSTP

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Quietly soft-launched the largest set of http://schema.org  improvements ever. Ssshhhh! :)

http://schema.org/docs/releases.html#v1.92

... more in Jan 2015!
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