Launching microformats and scheme add-on services

“Microformats and Schema.org simply makes your web page and it’s data more readable, acceable to search engines. By using it’s semantic markup, classes and standards it make your site SEO friendly.”
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1.What is a Microformats and Schema.org ?
A Microformats is a basic, but effective way to create a semantic markup. Meaning, a microformat is a snippet of code that a browser or search engine can read and actually understand what it is- instead of simply displaying it.
Schema.org is a collaboration by Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo! to improve the web by creating a structured data markup schema supported by major search engines.
2 When should I use a Microformats / Schema.org?
You are writing some HTML that contains useful human-readable information (such as a piece of contact information). You say to yourself: I would like to mark this up with some classes now for styling. You look up the relevant microformats, and you pull in the standard names. You don’t have to make your own up, and now your page is machine-readable too.
3.What is the main benefit of Microformats / Schema.org?
Microformat / Schema.org is designed to make the data you already publish in web page for humans available to machines effectively.
4.Who controls Microformats and Schema.org?
An open community. Microformat is open standards originally licensed under Creative Commons Attribution, and placed into the public domain since 29-12-2007.
Schema.org is a collaboration by Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo!
5.What do you required from me for?
Nothing. It’ll totally implemented by us as per your data in design.
6. Will using Microformats / schema.org improve my site’s performance in search engine?
Google doesn’t use markup for ranking purposes, but rich snippets can make your web pages appear more prominently in search results, so you may see an increase in ranking.
7. Will Microformats / schema.org affect web page loading time?
No. Not at all. We are just adding few tags, attributes and links wherever required. That’s it. So page load speed won’t be affect or increase.

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