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This can have various reasons. It can take time. From their Rich Snippets documentation: Google will discover it the next time we crawl your site (although it may take some time for rich snippets to appear in search results). It depends on a "variety of signals". From their Rich Snippets documentation: When our algorithms discover technically ...


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When you have uploaded the structure data on your website, as usually structure data will take time to show in search results.


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Finally, after the latest algo core update it seems lots more JSON-LD schema is functional and sticking in SERPS (knock on wood). Its been sticking for about a week, hopefully it stays for all the OP's of the world to enjoy. Here is an example: This is built from the following script template: <script type="application/ld+json"> { "@context" : ...


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I think, your first (overview page of the different educations) and third (calendar page) page should be the same, namely the homepage. According to this i would add it on two kinds of pages: events markup for all upcoming events for the month overview, on the homepage event markup with upcoming dates on each singular education page


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We have been getting these kinds of questions lately. And it can be confusing if you do not know the facts or principles behind search matches. Google may not always use the description meta-tag for all searches, however, you can control whether the description meta-tag is shown much of the time. How effective this is, depends upon your crafting the ...



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