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Google Search doesn’t seem to support Rich Snippets for homepages. This is currently not documented, but confirmed by the Google employee @methode (on SO): We (Google) don't accept rich snippets for homepages; rich snippet annotations should be placed on leaf pages.


You can only minify it on the HTML way, with deleting of needless spaces, like: {"@context":"some-domain.com","@type":"Organization","url":"some-domain.com","logo":"some-domain.com/logo.png"} Its functionality remains.


Google has stated, that structured data is not currently used for featured snippets. https://www.seroundtable.com/google-structured-data-not-featured-snippets-21206.html Other than that, it is not known (not publicly announced) that structured data elements compete for being displayed in SERPs in any ways.


Unfortunately, there is no single, unary factor that can be directly attributed to this, aside from the obvious syntax error in the markup (which I'll assume isn't the case). Instead, there are hundreds of factors that Google uses to determine what they display in search results and, with an index of over 30 trillion webpages, they've got quite the pot to ...

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