Nowadays schema.org markup is a must to compete on the SERP and to improve your online business reaching a qualified audience. In this webinar, Andrea Volpini talks about the impact of structured data and what’s its usage around the web.
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What Are You Going to Learn?
In this 1-hour webinar, Andrea Volpini will walk you through the value chain of structured data for your business.
Here are the key concepts that you are going to have a clear idea after this webinar:
What is structured data
How structured data can help you get rich results on the SERP
How structured data can improve the findability of your content
How structured data can help you build your brand online
How structured data can help your content to be featured on voice search
How structured data can help you organize your content – using the entity-based content model
How you can re-use structured data to get more insights on your website traffic with semantic analytics
How to calculate the ROI of structured data
Structured data common pitfalls
Structured data workflow
If I stop using this structured data for any reason, will it break my site?
No, removing structured data is a safe process to do but you will lose the associated rich results. The main issue I see is, that when people decide to turn off structured data, the code is rarely sanitized and therefore we see broken structured data and conflicting statements that generate validation errors. That should be prevented.
How to calculate the ROI of schema markup?
To calculate the ROI of schema markup you shall determine the business value for each transaction (i.e. the average product value for an ecommerce website, the LTV for a SaaS subscription), the conversion rate (the percentage of users that actually reach the goal) and the implementation costs required for adding and maintaining structured data. You can then look at the clicks by filtering rich results only and use the following formula [(Total # of Clicks x CV) x Business Value] – Costs. You could also do the same exercise ahead of time by looking at the monthly volume and the click-through rate of the queries where you believe, using structured data, you could position your content.
I have a large website, what tool can I use to automate structured data markup?
Ten years after its first theorization, the Semantic Web has finally become the main key to understand and organize the online content ecosystem.
Getting to know the main factors behind the Semantic Web and understanding how it works is crucial to master the latest SEO techniques. This approach is essential for anyone who intends to have a competitive attitude to content marketing and to craft semantically relevant content for search engines.
What will you learn in this webinar?
With this webinar, you will learn the principles underlying the functioning of the Semantic Web and the essential features that will help you take your first steps into its ecosystem. Our SEO expert Gennaro Cuofano will guide you in just six short pills to learn the basics of Semantic SEO.
Oggi, per ottenere risultati altamente performanti, è indispensabile ragionare in termini semantici. A dieci anni dalla sua prima teorizzazione, infatti, il Web Semantico è ormai la principale chiave di lettura e di organizzazione dei contenuti online.
Imparare a conoscere i principali agenti alla base del Web Semantico e a padroneggiare la nuova SEO, risulta di fondamentale importanza per chiunque intenda avere un approccio competitivo al content marketing, costruendo contenuti semanticamente rilevanti per i motori di ricerca.
Che cosa imparerai in questo webinar?
Grazie a questo webinar, imparerai i principi alla base del Web Semantico e il funzionamento degli strumenti indispensabili per muoverti all’interno del suo ecosistema. Il nostro SEO expert Edoardo Bedini ti guiderà alla conoscenza della SEO Semantica in sei brevi pillole video.
Have you ever wondered how rich elements like the featured snippet take a place on the SERP? What Jason Barnard reveals to us is that each and every rich element on the page relies on a different algorithm. So, for example, there is a specific algorithm for the featured snippet on which depends its presence on the SERP. There is more: all the rich elements compete among them and with the 10 blue links to get a place.
Why does it matter?
In a context where the rich snippets are slowly replacing the 10 blue links, understanding the algorithm behind the rich elements is the first step to reshape the anatomy of a SERP.
What Are You Going to Learn?
In this 30 minutes webinar, Jason Barnard explains how Google calculates rankings for the blue links and for the rich elements such as the featured snippet, images, videos, knowlegde panels, and more.
The system he describes is so much wide and open that it can grow and adapt to a limitless number of rich elements. If you deeply understand it, you will be able to get what really matters to Google and find your place under the sun.
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Find below Jason’s presentation in PDF. It’s rich of tips, examples and good practices: download it and skim it anytime you need. It’s free!
Jason Barnard approached SEO to promote his first website. It was the year Google was incorporated and Jason was able to build up his website to become one of the top 10,000 most visited sites in the world – we are talking about 60 million visits in 2007.
After almost two decades of experience in the field, Jason is a digital marketing consultant, speaker, author and the host of the #SEOisAEO podcast, the funniest way to learn about digital marketing from world-class experts.
Why You Can’t Ignore Mobile First Indexing Anymore
Globally, mobile represents half of the searches, but – weirdly enough – SEO specialists and SEO tools are still heavily depending on desktop results for their work. And yet, ignoring mobile results nowadays is acting like an ostrich, hiding your head under the sand. That’s because just 11% of the URLs keep the same position both in mobile and desktop search. Ooops!
If you are working in SEO, you really can’t ignore anymore how the Mobile First Indexing is rearranging Google’s index based on topics, rather than URLs.
Get your head out of the sand and watch Cindy Krum’s webinar right now!
What Are You Going to Learn?
In this webinar,Cindy Krum shares a distillation of her experience. She uses lots of real-life examples and a case study to dig deeper into how Mobile First Indexing is changing SEO.
Here are some of the things that you’re going to learn from her:
With her company MobileMoxie, Cindy provides mobile marketing consultancy and brings fresh and creative ideas to her clients, providing on-site training and workshops.
Cindy is an active member of the digital marketing & growth communities. She speaks at national and international conferences on a regular basis, and has been quoted by many respected publications including PC World, Internet Retailer, TechWorld, Direct Magazine and Search Marketing Standard.
Cindy is also the author of Mobile Marketing: Finding Your Customers No Matter Where They Are, published by Que Publishing and now also available in German, Italian, Korean and Chinese.