Yesterday at Frankfurt Book Fair, semantic web experts from across the publishing world came together to discuss how metadata was changing the way we discover, consume and buy books. The Metadata Perspectives conference was a fascinating event. For instance, Nielsen's Peter Matthews's claim that books with accurate metadata sold 40% more than their counterparts with incomplete data dominated Frankfurt's social media headlines for most of the day. Meanwhile, Michael Bhaskar from Profile Books' stark warning that publishers who didn't invest in accurate metadata would see their books slip off the search engines struck many chords with listeners.

To save you time, we've rounded up the best of yesterday's #metacon discussions into a Storify, which is embedded here. We hope you enjoy it and let us know your comments.

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