what are the best practices for schema microdata?

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Re: what are the best practices for schema microdata?
« Reply #10 on: 11-06-2020, 03:27:15 »
Types of items described by Schema
Structured data are often wont to price all types of things from products to events to recipes. it's most frequently wont to provide additional information about the following:

Creative work
Event
Organization
Person
Place
Product
A full list of things you'll price with Schema is out there here.

Each sort of information has properties which will be wont to describe items in additional detail. for instance , a "book," which falls under the category "creative work," can have the properties "name" (title), "author," "illustrator," "isbn," and more, counting on how fully you would like to explain it. Similarly, an "event" are often classified as anything from a "businessevent" to a "theaterevent."

Search engines that use Schema
Schema is recognized (and actually the vocabulary is maintained) by Google, Bing, Yahoo!, and Yandex. It's unclear whether other search engines are using this markup to vary how they display search results.

Structured data's effect on rankings
Whether structured data affects rankings has been the topic of much discussion and lots of experiments. As of yet, there's no conclusive evidence that this markup improves rankings. But there are some indications that search results with more extensive rich snippets (like those created using Schema) will have a far better click-through rate. For best results, experiment with Schema markup to ascertain how your audience responds to the resulting rich snippets.


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Re: what are the best practices for schema microdata?
« Reply #11 on: 02-25-2021, 22:09:28 »
1. Go to Google's Structured Data Markup Helper.
2. Select the Type of Data. There are several options listed.
3. Paste the URL You Want to Markup.
4. Select the Elements to Mark Up.
5. Continue Adding Markup Items.
6. Create the HTML.
7. Add Schema Markup to Your Site.
8. Test Your Schema.

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Re: what are the best practices for schema microdata?
« Reply #12 on: 03-04-2021, 07:59:37 »
Go to Google's Structured Data Markup Helper.
Select the Type of Data. There are several options listed.
Paste the URL You Want to Markup.
Select the Elements to Mark Up.
Continue Adding Markup Items.
Create the HTML.
Add Schema Markup to Your Site.
Test Your Schema.

 

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