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If the feature information is less than a paragraph each, you can fit everything on to one web page. If however you have several paragraphs per feature, you're better off to leave things alone as 25 pages in order to rank well with google, but make each page have some keywords that are part of the feature itself in the title, meta description and H1 tag. ...


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HTML allows you to do this, not just HTML5. There are no magical elements there just yet. Google only cares about the content and less about the document outline. Last I read, Google doesn't care about section or header or aside or any of that either. So pay attention to the document outline and you will be fine. Now that doesn't mean you shouldn't use the ...


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Yes, provide multiple author properties. But note that the itemprop has to be specified on the element with the itemscope. <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Book"> <span itemprop="author" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Person"></span> <span itemprop="author" itemscope ...



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