Website Structured Data and Google Rich Results

Google Search works hard to understand the content of a webpage. Using better Semantics in web design and including Structured Data markup can aid search engines to better evaluate your website content. Also, latest Google search results displays more engaging experiences such as, panels for Local Business, Shopping Product results, Hotel Bookings, Discover and Rich… Continue reading Website Structured Data and Google Rich Results

How to Fix Unparsable Structured Data

Been seeing Unparsable Structured Data in the New Google Search Console reports? Don’t you worry, RankYa is here to help you fix them all. So I created this blog post highlighting how to fix Unparsable Structured Data in Google Search Console. Video Lesson for Fixing Unparsable Structured Data Below table is what Google Search Console… Continue reading How to Fix Unparsable Structured Data

Structured Data Examples

As you may already know, Google has now moved to Mobile First Index algorithms. That means, Google wants to provide great user experience for people searching using mobile devices. Google uses structured data to understand the content on the page. You can help us by providing specific information about your site, which can help your… Continue reading Structured Data Examples

Examples SiteNavigationElement

Adding Structured Data to our website should be on your to-do list moving forward in Google domination world. Why? Because Google supports and prominently displays Structured Data for various data types. In fact, Google encourages website owners to use Structured Data and has a section in Search Console dedicated to this (Rich result status reports).… Continue reading Examples SiteNavigationElement

How to Add Structured Data to Your Website

You want your website and business to become even more profitable moving forward, that is why, adding Structured Data to your website should be on your to-do list for search engine optimization. This is an advanced SEO topic. I’ll be sharing some examples particularly for WordPress site. However, regardless of the CMS you are using… Continue reading How to Add Structured Data to Your Website

Local Business Structured Data Examples for Google

Depending on the content management you are using, adding Structured Data for Google search engine is quite easy for Local Businesses. Here’s an Example Using JSON-LD <script type="application/ld+json"> { "@context": "https://schema.org", "@type": "LocalBusiness", "name": "Name of Your Local Business", "@id": "https://example.co.uk/", "url": "https://example.co.uk/", "description": "Describe your business including location information", "telephone": "+44-1-123-1234", "email": "info@example.co.uk", "logo":… Continue reading Local Business Structured Data Examples for Google

Google Search Console Structured Data

Google search engine has evolved mainly due to mobile device usage update around the world. Today, all major search engines like Google and Bing now understand Structured Data and use it in various ways. Popular sites like eBay are also using it to take advantage of the latest technology features whereby Google search engine shows your website… Continue reading Google Search Console Structured Data