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

Advanced Structured Data Markup Concepts

Intended audience: HTML/HTML5 CSS coders, script developers (PHP, JSP, SQL), Web Developers and Google SEO specialists, and anyone else who needs to better understand what Structured Data is and how it can be used on a website. Samples mainly will be based on WordPress CMS but any type of CMS can benefit from this blog… Continue reading Advanced Structured Data Markup Concepts

What are Rich Cards?

The mobile search results gamer changer. Introducing Google Rich Cards feature. Rich cards are the new Google Search result format building on the success of rich snippets (today its called Rich Results Search Gallery).  Rich results search gallery uses Structured Data markup found on your website so that Google can display content in an even more engaging… Continue reading What are Rich Cards?

How to Add Schema.org Markup to WordPress

Structured Data is now official, its not going anywhere because Google not only recommends site owners to use it, Google algorithms understand Structured Data found on websites. What is Structured Data? Structured Data is a method of using vocabularies such as schema.org Microdata or Microformats or JSON-LD to markup your web page content so that… Continue reading How to Add Schema.org Markup to WordPress

Google Structured Data With Examples

With the new Search Console and Google’s latest Page Experience changes, website owners can see Enhancements reports. Rich result reports for your site are listed under Enhancements in the menu pane in Search Console. Download schema org itemtype list What is Structured Data? Structured Data can be thought of grouping and tagging HTML web page elements… Continue reading Google Structured Data With Examples

How to Use Structured Data Testing Tool

Google has made new changes to its Structured Data testing tool because of the new features such as Rich Cards focusing on mobile devices user experience. Google also renamed Rich Snippets to reflect these latest changes, now Snippets are called Rich Results. Rich Cards are for mobile devices Search result features are for all devices, mobile desktop… Continue reading How to Use Structured Data Testing Tool