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Creating “CollectionPage” Schema Markup

Creating “CollectionPage” Schema Markup

Often, selecting a schema.org type to define a web page is pretty straightforward; if there’s price and quantity information, it’s probably a Product; author and date published information? likely an…
How Do I Know If My Schema Markup Is Working_

How Do I Know If My Schema Markup Is Working?

We’re often asked how to check the accuracy of your schema markup once it has been implemented. The answer actually depends on whether you want to assess the validity of…
10 Benefits of Structured Data for Today and Tomorrow

10 Benefits of Structured Data for Today and Tomorrow

Thinking about implementing Structured Data? Great idea! Since 2014, Google’s documentation recommends you add structured data to increase findability and to stand out in search! So just how important is…
Microdata Filter Questions and Answers

Microdata Filter Questions and Answers

Have questions about microdata vs json-ld? Wondering how to create connected and semantically correct Schema Markup without conflicts? Look no further. This Microdata Filter Questions and Answers page aims to…
Schema Markup Filtering Javascript Library

Schema Markup Filtering Javascript Library

There are lots of times websites have schema markup added by the CMS or Theme that add disappointing markup. In order to disambiguate the data items on the page, or…
How Does Google Reward You for Using JSON-LD_

How Does Google Reward You for Using JSON-LD?

Schema markup is most easily represented in JSON-LD format. In fact, it is the format which Google recommends using when adding schema.org markup to your website. Additionally, many of Google’s…
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