I'm developping a website for a local business, and I don't know what is the most pertinent
og:type to chose for pages like "about us", "other services", "contact us" and so on...
As stated in the OG doc site for the
This object type represents a website. It is a simple object type and uses only common Open Graph properties. For specific pages within a website, the
articleobject type should be used.
Should the above rule be applied also for other object types? like the
Should I always apply the business type for all the pages or only for the home page and switch to
article for the the other "secondary pages"?
My term "secondary page" maybe is a little misguiding, since those are not "secondary" as importance but only in "logic structure", so to speak. Giving the "primary page" role to the "home" page is indeed right in a logic view, but as importance for the business maybe other pages like "services", "products", "contacts" and so on, are even more important instead of the home page that should act mostly as presentation and direct viewers to the other pages of the site.