I like to keep tools and information I come across in a central place so that I will be keeping track of tools, resources and references that I come across while doing my daily reading or some work.
Schema Markup Validators:
Schema.org Validator: The Google Structured Data Tool was moved to schema.org and continues to have the same functionality for fetching a page or direct script entry. NOTE: This is a schema validator so it doesn’t necessarily validate schema for Google Rich Results which may have requirements not required for schema to validate. Link to a review of the schema.org Validator.
Google Rich Results Test: This validates code or fetches a URL and returns a report that indicates whether the code or page that was fetched had code that is eligible for rich results.
Google Rich Results Gallery: This has examples of valid code for all the types of rich results that Google supports. These frequently change so I strongly recommend that you watch the SEO news sites (like this one) for updates to the guidelines for rich results.
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I bet there will be a lot of WTF moments when I formally announce the development of this WordPress theme. It is safe to say that I haven’t been a keen supporter of WordPress for developing websites. That was mostly due to my feeling that WordPress impeded use of my programming and coding skills.
The NFP OSEOP organization is being dissolved and a digital marketing and SEO professional development community and consultants directory will take its place. The consultants directory and RFPgenerator is up and running again.
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