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Google Upgrades Structured Information Dashboard in Webmaster Tools

The Structured Information dashboard has all the time been one of the most fashionable options for Google Webmaster Tools. You may add structured knowledge to your web site using markups to supply sufficient data for Google to generate rich snippets in your page.

Standard ecommerce sites like Nordstrom use rich snippets to create structured knowledge that Google uses to display product rankings/votes or even product prices.

The Structured Information dashboard permits GWT customers to view the structured knowledge they have on their pages. Now customers may also see which gadgets have errors that must be fixed.

Clicking on the errors for a particular knowledge kind will take you to a chart that shows the gadgets with errors it GWT detected over time. Google has up to date their knowledge pipelines “for more comprehensive reporting”, so that you might see only a few knowledge points in the graph.

Clicking on specific URLs in the software will even pull up its web page details, which e…

Facebook replaces "Hide All" button with "Unfollow"

REUTERS: Facebook Inc (FB.O) has replaced its "Hide All" button with the more succinct "Unfollow," letting users block all messages and posts from selected friends.

As with the previous button, it gives users the option of blocking content from certain people without offending them, say through de-friending. The latter alternative severs ties with that person on the social network, without notifying them.

"This means you are still friends, but updates from that person won't appear in your News Feed. The goal of this change is to help people curate their newsfeed and see more of the content that they care about," Facebook said in an email.

The world's largest social network is constantly tweaking its newsfeed - the main page users look at on the network - often by reducing clutter, especially from advertising, and bringing to the surface or revealing the posts deemed most relevant to any particular user.

Facebook began rolling out th…