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GoodRelations - The Web Vocabulary for E-Commerce

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GoodRelations is a standardized vocabulary for product, price, and company data that can (1) be embedded into existing static and dynamic Web pages and that (2) can be processed by other computers. This increases the visibility of your products and services in the latest generation of search engines, recommender systems, and other novel applications.

[goodrelations] Breaking News: Google supports GoodRelations

Lobermeier, Gerald Gerald.Lobermeier at weidmueller.de
Tue Nov 2 20:07:36 CET 2010

Dear Martin,

You've done a really great job. Congratulations!

Best regards


Am 02.11.2010 um 19:08 schrieb "Martin Hepp" <mfhepp at gmail.com>:

> Dear all:
> Breaking News: Google has just started to recommend using the GoodRelations vocabulary for product and price information in Web pages!
> See
> http://www.heppresearch.com/gr4google
> This is a major - if not the critical - step towards massive adoption of RDF, because there is now a clear incentive for any site owner in the world to add rich meta-data in RDFa to her or his page templates. It is also, to my knowledge, the first OWL DL vocabulary adopted by a major search engine.
> It is safe to assume that additional GoodRelations elements, not currently relevant for Rich Snippets, and RDF features currently not required by Google (e.g. datatype information), will not irritate Google's processing of RDFa markup, so you can cater for Google and the Web of Linked Data in one turn if you follow the recipe from my page given above.
> I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the many individuals who supported my work on GoodRelations in one way or another over the past years, namely Andreas Radinger, Alex Stolz, Uwe Stoll, Kavi Goel, Kingsley Idehen, Jay Myers, Peter Mika, Stephan Decker, Jamie Taylor, Andreas Harth, Aldo Bucchi, Giovanni Tummarello, Richard Cyganiak, Jon Udell, Daniel Bingel, Markus Linder, Martin Schliefnig, Andreas Wechselberger, Leyla Jael Garcia, and many others. All of them have provided valuable suggestions and feedback, encouragement, or both.
> This is a great day for the Semantic Web and Linked Data. Now please spread the word!
> Best wishes
> Martin Hepp
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