I have an ASP.NET (VB) with 47 pages. The problem is that it’s in 10 different languages, although 98% just use English. I have 5 master pages. I’ve read Google Webmaster Tools, but I’m still confounded.
I’m reading about how Microdata is the way to go. Does this mean I should put
itemtype and itemprop
div tags in my master pages, or should I do all of my 47 pages (.resx resource files) separately? The main key phrase I want throughout search results is "machine vision".
For instance, the first couple sentences on my "about.aspx" page are:
<span itemprop="name">USS Vision Inc.</span> (USS) is a privately-owned company with headquarters in <span itemprop="locality">Detroit, Michigan, USA</span>. We design, engineer, produce, and integrate special machine vision error-proofing products and <a href="http://www.ussvision.com/services/" target="_self" itemprop="url">services</a> that create lean factories by improving the quality of manufactured products, and by significantly reducing manufacturing costs through advanced automation.
Am I doing this right, or how would I do this if I’m not? Should I use the
itemprop="url" or other Rich snippets for every link in my website? I mean, do I need to add an
itemprop to just about everything, or can I just alter my master pages?