I am developing a website where businesses will be adding their product and services. I was looking for META tags but found out that Google does not use geolocation Meta Tags. I was wondering whether Google uses OpenGraph tags like given below instead? The point is that if someone uses Keyword near Location Name or Near Me, it shows my page,

<meta name="og:latitude" content="37.416343"/>
<meta name="og:longitude" content="-122.153013"/>
<meta name="og:street-address" content="1601 S California Ave"/>
<meta name="og:locality" content="Palo Alto"/>
<meta name="og:region" content="CA"/>
<meta name="og:postal-code" content="94304"/>
<meta name="og:country-name" content="USA"/>

The best way is to use Local Business schema, we’re really talking about types and properties within the schema.org vocabulary that are used to categorize and define information about businesses.


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