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Schema Markup

Schema markup is a form of structured data that helps search engines better understand the content on a webpage. By implementing schema markup, you can improve the way your content is displayed in search results and enhance user experience.

There are different types of schema markup, such as:

  • Organization
  • Event
  • Product
  • Review
  • plus lots more…

All of these can be added to your HTML code using JSON-LD, Microdata, or RDFa formats.

Here is an example of a schema markup using JSON-LD for a local business:

  "@context": "",
  "@type": "LocalBusiness",
  "name": "Example Company",
  "address": {
    "@type": "PostalAddress",
    "streetAddress": "123 Main St",
    "addressLocality": "Anytown",
    "addressRegion": "CA",
    "postalCode": "12345",
    "addressCountry": "US"
  "telephone": "+1-555-555-1212",
  "openingHours": "Mo-Fr 09:00-17:00",
  "image": "",
  "priceRange": "$$"

For more information on schema markup and tools to help you implement and validate it, consider these resources:

  1. – The official website for schema markup, providing documentation, examples, and vocabularies.
  2. Google’s Structured Data Markup Helper – An interactive tool to help generate schema markup for your website.
  3. Google’s Structured Data Testing Tool – A tool to test and validate your schema markup implementation.
  4. Schema App – A comprehensive suite of tools and services for creating, managing, and deploying schema markup.