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Nice writeup on how to markup your review content so that it gets shown as a rich snippet in Google, along with links to useful resources, and examples of websites already marked up with rich snippets displayed in Google
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from Ros 2999 Days ago #
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No thanks, this is just another landgrab. How long before Google uses this to deliver aggregated review results from a number of websites directly on its own pages? Anyone would think they're trying to make click-throughs obsolete.

from addy 2999 Days ago #
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Ros, don't you think that (perhaps between today and the time when the "landgrab" happens) it could make sense to be doing things that make listings in serps stand out from your competition?

from seomofo 2999 Days ago #
Votes: 2

@addy mean something like this?


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from incrediblehelp 2999 Days ago #
Votes: 1

Why in the world would I want to make it easier for Google to present content on their SERP page that would induce less page views to my site????

from Ros 2998 Days ago #
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No. The whole thing is designed to fill the serps with the kind of content that gives people the answers they want on the serp page. The landgrab has already begun.

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