Google: Stick to structured data guidelines if you want the rich result

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“In order to be eligible to be shown as a rich result, you need to make sure that the page uses the right structured data and that it complies with the appropriate policies on our side,” said Webmaster Trends Analyst John Mueller on the October 9 edition of #AskGoogleWebmasters.

The question. “We need to use structured data as per the Google Developers site (including required/recommended properties) or can we use more properties from apart from the Developers site?” asked user @abhikasaudhan via Twitter.

Superhost Secrets – 5 Tips From Airbnb Superhosts To Help You Make Your Listing Shine

Managing your own Airbnb listing can be extremely rewarding. If you’re just starting out and  haven’t had much experience with hosting or renting out your property or room, it can feel overwhelming. To help you get started on the right foot, here are some of the top tips from super hosts on how to make your listing stand out. 
1. Allow Flexible Options For Check-In

Trump belittles Bidens at Minneapolis rally amid Dems' impeachment push, tussle over arena security costs



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President Trump unloaded on Joe and Hunter Biden over their Ukrainian business dealings in Minneapolis on Thursday evening — at one point bringing the crowd to its feet by charging that Biden’s only useful trait as vice president was his preternatural ability to “kiss Barack Obama’s ass.”

California Hit By Dual Shock: LA Gas Prices Spike Above $5 As Residents Learn Solar Panels Don’t Work In Blackouts

California Hit By Dual Shock: LA Gas Prices Spike Above $5 As Residents Learn Solar Panels Don’t Work In Blackouts

Millions of Californians may have just suffered an unprecedented, induced blackout by the state’s largest (and bankrupt) utility, PG&E, just so it isn’t blamed for starting even more fires causing it to go even more bankrupt… but at least the price of gas is soaring.

Gardner Refuses To Say It’s A Bad Thing For Trump To Ask Foreign Gov’t To Meddle

Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) refused to say yes or no.

When pressed on whether he believes it’s appropriate for the President of the United States to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival — referring to President Donald Trump’s now-infamous July call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky showing efforts to pressure Ukraine into manufacturing bogus allegations against the Bidens — Gardner failed to give a direct answer following an address at the Colorado Chamber of Commerce Thursday.

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United States providers debut brand-new passwordless login system– will you trust it?

Microsoft, Google, and Apple are attempting to eliminate the password, and now cellular operators are signing up with the bandwagon.

The 4 significant United States mobile providers– AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile United States, and Verizon Wireless– have actually united for a brand-new authentication system that would handle your logins without even needing to go into a password.

U.S., U.K. and Australia Ask Facebook Not to Extend Encrypted Messaging Program

(NEW YORK) — U.S. Attorney General William Barr and other U.S., U.K. and Australian officials are pressing Facebook to give authorities a way to read encrypted messages sent by ordinary users, re-igniting tensions between tech companies and law enforcement.

Facebook’s WhatsApp already uses so-called end-to-end encryption, which locks up messages so that even Facebook can’t read their contents. Facebook plans to extend that protection to Messenger and Instagram Direct.


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