The bottom line is that it makes sure what you're doing is SE friendly. The last thing you want is to bust it working on and promoting a website only to find out that it's only partially SE friendly.
Kjell if you want to know what SEO is in its full glory, have a look here RDFa Blog Archive Google Tech Talk on RDFa available and here SearchMonkey - YDN , and when you are done, search on my web site for my technical statement, and then you will see why I prefer something more than Microformats.
P.S. Don't forget to run through the W3C validator any page of my site. It's important too!
Excellent article. It deserves to be made sticky.
Good article but everyone is asking how it works... Me too i have no idea what microformat is... can someone explain this?
This is something very new,which i had never read.
Thanks for your sharing this great article.
Microformats are very new which most
I don't think many SEO's are using Microformats.But I will definitely try these for my website.
This is something pretty new to me. Thanks for sharing. Appears need to take some time to digest.
Okay well, said guys but what i need to know is how this microformats done?
Thanks for sharing the information.
Kjell again excellent post.
As I mentioned previously I use the Microformats since over two years now and last year I upgarded my web site documents type to XHTML+RDFa, and in addition I added an RDF data file http://www.seoworkers.com/semanticweb.rdf
Was that too fast or too early? Maybe it was. But after all Google announced that they support my work.
Google Announces Support for Microformats and RDFa - O'Reilly Radar
P.S. It is so funny to live and work in the future...