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Re: Semantic Markup at (IT) companies - living examples

From: Bo Ferri <zazi@smiy.org>
Date: Wed, 09 Sep 2015 22:55:36 +0200
Message-ID: <55F09CC8.8020804@smiy.org>
To: W3C Web Schemas Task Force <public-vocabs@w3.org>
Hi all,

so can I assume and conclude that there are no living examples out there 
that follow somehow the described scenario from below? Is it no useful 
or common use case? Or is just to early*?
I think that this might be beneficial for both parties - companies and 
customers (and all search engine vendors themselves (they will get a 
mercantile directory for free)).

I'm a bit disappointed**.



PS: I reviewed a bunch of known companies in the (S)SEO and semantic 
technologies space re. utilisiation of Semantic Markup (schema.org) at 
their own websites - it was a bit embarrassing sometimes (?!)

*) schema.org is over 4 years old right now
**) also re. tool support/ CMS integration for creating a knowledge 
graph (!) with Semantic Markup (schema.org), but this is another thread 
[1] ;)

[1] https://plus.google.com/u/0/106896159127588057802/posts/HfGeDrkYCo2

On 8/29/2015 6:28 PM, Bo Ferri wrote:
> Hi all,
> (apologies for cross-posting [1] - but the question is still not really
> answered ;) )
> Are there any good (living) examples (real websites) available for
> semantic markup (schema.org etc.) at (IT) company websites*? - e.g.
> Corporation -> Offer -> Product (Service) -> Technology ("company XY
> offers YZ services that makes use of ZA technologies (target group AB
> benefits from these services/solutions)").
> goal: create a knowledge graph (i.e. inter-related (!) knowledge base,
> i.e., entities are connected between each other) of a company (that
> hopefully helps customers to better find appropriated companies to solve
> their problems/challenges)
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks a lot in advance.
> Cheers,
> Bo/T
> *)  I was just wondering a bit, since I was looking for an IT company
> website as model/blue print and already did some research at various
> places and didn't really find one that leverages all available/possible
> semantic mark up (schema.org), or am I searching just wrong? ;)
> [1] https://plus.google.com/communities/103048251221048356778
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