I am working for a startup focusing on b2b. I was wondering if adding any part of the from schema.org could be of any help to a company like us?

We actually already done it, but as we are not sharing the price of our products (it was replaced by "Request a demo"), I'm getting errors on Search Console.

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  • Thanks @StephenOstermiller I'll look to your resources. French articles introduce schema.org as something positive for SEO Commented Aug 6, 2021 at 10:03
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You can use product schema if your page contains a product. Having correct and useful schema on your page can potentially help Google understand the content of your page. However if you do not having pricing then obviously this is not a field you can use.

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