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    How do you use Schema.org?


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    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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    Step 1: Open the Markup Helper.
    Step 2: Choose to Add Structured Data Markup to an Email or to a Web Page.
    Step 3: Determine What Kind of Data Type You're Going to Use.
    Step 4: Paste in Either the URL or HTML of the Web Page.
    Step 5: Select Data and Identify its Data Type.

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    Most Search structured data uses schema.org vocabulary, but you should rely on the documentation on developers.google.com as definitive for Google Search behavior, rather than the schema.org documentation.

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    Schema.org (often called Schema) is a semantic vocabulary of tags (or microdata) that you can add to your HTML to improve the way search engines read and represent your page in SERPs.

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    Most searches for structured data use the schema.org vocabulary, but you should rely on documents on developers.google.com to determine the behavior of Google searches, not schema.org documents.

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    Schema.org (often called Schema) is a semantic vocabulary of tags (or microdata) that you can add to your HTML to improve the way search engines read and represent your page in SERPs.

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    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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    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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    o 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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    Go to Google's Structure Data Markup Helper.
    Select the type of data that you plan to markup.
    Paste in the URL of the page or article you want to markup.
    Highlight and select the type of elements to be marked up.
    Continue adding markup items. ...
    Create the HTML.

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    Schema.org (often called Schema) is a semantic vocabulary of tags (or microdata) that you can add to your HTML to improve the way search engines read and represent your page in SERPs

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    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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