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JSON-LD is a syntax for embedding structured data in HTML5, making use of vocabularies. If the question is about the popular vocabulary Schema.org, use the tag [schema.org].

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You can have separate entities merge if you give them the same @id <script type="application/ld+json"> { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "NewsArticle", "author": {"@id …
answered Nov 8 by Tony McCreath
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Your sample is not valid JSON-LD. You can't just list objects/entities after each other. One solution is to place each entity into it's own <script> tag. Another is to use the @graph concept as exp …
answered Jul 19 '18 by Tony McCreath
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I would follow Googles guidelines for lists of things and carousels: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/guides/mark-up-listings In your case the home page is a summary page, so they recommend …
answered Jul 2 '18 by Tony McCreath
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As the moment Google does not merge entities between microdata and json-ld. This means you will have two LocalBusiness entities on the page, and Google will pick one. Google says they prefer you to us …
answered Feb 15 by Tony McCreath
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I'd be careful when using multiple top level entities like that. Systems like Google typically pick one entity as the main entity for the page, and ignore the others. Will Google decide that it is a p …
answered Jun 20 '18 by Tony McCreath
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Google uses the phrase "Include the contact markup on one page in your official site" in relation to the Organization information you are adding. https://developers.google.com/search/docs/guides/enh …
answered Jul 16 '18 by Tony McCreath
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Individual reviews require an author, who is the person who wrote the reviews. AggregatedRating does not.
answered Aug 3 by Tony McCreath
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The Structured Data Testing Tool has very limited ability to deal with JavaScript. However Googlebot and their other testing tools (URL Inspection, Rich Results Testing Tool, Mobile Friendly Tester) …
answered Sep 12 by Tony McCreath