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  • international seo schema schema markup serp features hreflang tags

    Hello everyone, Finally, after moving our hreflang tags from our sitemap to our header HTML, Google seems to start displaying the correct URLs in the SERPs. From what I can see - Google folds URLs, so instead of indexing all pages, it only selects an English version of our site but displays a different URL based on our hreflang tags (not sure if that's good or bad or if I should work towards a full indexation). However - I am now facing the issue that the wrong currency will often be displayed in my SERPs. E.g. in Australia I may have Euros or in Canada we see British Pounds (i.e. /en-ca/* URL shows in SERPs but the /en-gb/* URL is actually indexed). Is there any way around this? I was searching for a solution and found some but seems like most don't exist anymore ( at least if I try and dig deeper into the source. What's the current recommendation?

    International SEO | | sriffs

  • schema

    What Schema would a Web design/development/SEO Ageny use, and what is the link? I cannot for the life of me figure it out. ProfessionalService has been deprecated.

    On-Page Optimization | | TiagoPedreira
  • Unsolved markup schema schema markup

    I have added markup to many pages on my site (e.g - since it is a quote site I marked up all the quotations - it validates with - but when I use MozBar and look at Page Analysis-->Markup the moz bar says I have no markup. Is this something Moz only updates periodically? If so, anyone know how often they update? or any ideas why moz bar is reporting a false negative?

    Moz Bar | | daviddq
  • Unsolved

    schema markup schema local seo technical seo

    Hello! I've been having a hard time finding an answer to this specific question so I figured I'd drop it here. I always add custom LocalBusiness markup to clients' homepages, but sometimes the client's website provider will include their own automated LocalBusiness markup. The codes I create often include more information. Assuming the website provider is unwilling to remove their markup, is it a bad idea to include my code as well? It seems like it could potentially be read as spammy by Google. Do the pros of having more detailed markup outweigh that potential negative impact?

    Local Website Optimization | | GoogleAlgoServant

  • schema schema markup serp features

    Hello Moz Team, I hope everyone is doing well & good, I need bit help regarding Schema Markup, I am facing issue in my schema markup specifically with my blog posts, In my majority of the posts I find error "Missing field "url" (optional)"
    As this schema is generated by Yoast plugin, I haven't applied any custom steps. Recently I published a post and I tested it at two platforms of schema test 1,
    2. So the validator generate results as follows and shows no error
    Schema without error.PNG It shows no error But where as Schema with error.PNG in search central results it gives me a warning "Missing field "url" (optional)". So is this really be going to issue for my ranking ? Please help thanks!

    Technical SEO | | JoeySolicitor

  • schema structured data

    I am working on a schema markup project. When I test the schema code in the Schema Markup Validator, everything looks fine, no errors detected. However, when I test it in the Rich Results Test, a few errors come back.
    What is the difference between these two tests? Should I trust one over the other?

    Intermediate & Advanced SEO | | Collegis_Education

  • reviews ecommerce schema product page

    Hi, I'm looking to introduce historical customer reviews onto our product pages but i want an opinion on whether a product page that's indexed will jump from 0 reviews to possible 30+, what if any problems that could arise from this.. For a bit of background, we've been collecting customer reviews/ratings since 2015 on our internal system. I'm only looking to start using feedback from 2020 onwards. The current set up is that the product page will display the latest 30 reviews, on the same page is a link that will take the user to another page where they can review all the customer feedback. I'm using Google Schema to markup the text to ensure it is firstly understood by google and displays correctly too. So back to my original question. Will an e-commerce product page that currently has no customer reviews that is indexed, been seen differently if when the next time it's crawled its found to have, say 30+ reviews? Are there any implications this way? What's your experience? I look forward to reading your feedback.

    Technical SEO | |

  • schema medical industry

    Has anyone seen a hospital system or medical clinic properly employ schema markup to their sites? This seems like very new territory, and we want to do it right by our client. Are there any best practices I need to look out for?

    Web Design | | Madgenius

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