1. Take control of your life in Google-ubiquitous world: George Cocolas, brilliantly unwoke  BizNews
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  3. Google Search Console & Rich Results Test Tool Supports Image License Structured Data  Search Engine Roundtable
  4. Google copied rival online businesses because it feared irrelevance  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Extra Structured Data Could Be Useful for SEO  Search Engine Journal
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In a fit of anger at the brazen manipulation that Google uses to subvert and suppress information, George Cocolas decided to switch search engines.In a fit of anger at the brazen manipulation that Google uses to subvert and suppress information, George Cocolas decided to switch search engines.

Take control of your life in Google-ubiquitous world: George Cocolas, brilliantly unwoke - BizNews.com

Google's John Mueller describes the benefits of using structured data that goes beyond Google Developer page recommendations.Google's John Mueller describes the benefits of using structured data that goes beyond Google Developer page recommendations.

Extra Structured Data Could Be Useful for SEO - Search Engine Journal

Google has now added the still in BETA image license structured data markup to both Google Search Console's enhancement reports and to the Rich Results test tool. So now if you use this image license markup, you can debug it in both of those toolsets.Google has now added the still in BETA image license structured data markup to both Google Search Console's enhancement reports and to the Rich Results test tool. So now if you use this image license

Google Adds Image License Structured Data To Search Console & Rich Results Test Tool

Old claims that Google deliberately crushed would-be rivals return as the US mulls whether to break up the technology giant Old claims that Google deliberately crushed would-be rivals return as the US mulls whether to break up the technology giant

Google copied rival online businesses because it feared irrelevance