New answers tagged rich-snippets
No, review rich snippets should only be used in cases where "the main topic of the page needs to be about a specific product or service." -- using them on your homepage in general wouldn't be like that.
They are cheating. There's a hidden <span> near the top the page with the following content: <span style="display: none;"> Jobs 1 to 20 of 24066</span> I'm not sure what your exact search was, but it looks like Google's snippet generator isn't finding much relevant on the page to use a snippet, so it's using the first piece of "proper" ...
You could keep the Microformats and use Schema.org (via Microdata and/or RDFa) in addition. The Microformat classes won’t hurt, and there might be consumers (like browser add-ons) that only understand Microformats. That way there shouldn’t be any change in displaying the Rich Snippets (unless you have inconsistent annotations). Adding Microdata/RDFa is ...
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