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Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Musical artists: your official tour dates in the Knowledge Graph

Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Musical artists: your official tour dates in the Knowledge Graph | Show Up Public | Scoop.it

When music lovers search for their favorite band on Google, we often show them a Knowledge Graph panel with lots of information about the band, including the band’s upcoming concert schedule. It’s important to fans and artists alike that this schedule be accurate and complete. That’s why we’re trying a new approach to concert listings. In our new approach, all concert information for an artist comes directly from that artist’s official website when they add structured data markup.


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Welp, I guess you all better update your websites because all things begin with Google unfortunately. Or you just can get the yaheard app when it debuts on Facebook. Update your facebook, yaHeard is automatically updated. @yaheardapp

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Pierre Priot's curator insight, March 14, 2014 6:41 AM

Cause everything start with a Google  search request, you may wish to ensure that your tour dates are listed there.

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For Music Industry, a Story of Two Googles

For Music Industry, a Story of Two Googles | Show Up Public | Scoop.it
When it comes to the music industry, there are two Googles — represented on one side by its suite of entertainment media services, and on the other by its mighty search engine.

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Why do we assume Google would be good at selling paid music subscriptions?

Why do we assume Google would be good at selling paid music subscriptions? | Show Up Public | Scoop.it
Google will launch at least one, and possibly two subscription-based streaming music services this year. The rumours – Financial Times, Fo

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Google looks to cut funds to illegal sites

Google looks to cut funds to illegal sites | Show Up Public | Scoop.it
Google is in discussions with payment companies including Visa, Mastercard and PayPal to put illegal download websites out of existence by cutting off their funding.

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Google is fast becoming the government.

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