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It doesn't matter what type of structured data you use because Google doesn't use structured data as a signal for what should be indexed or how it should rank. See my blog post on the subject: SEO Myth: Structured data helps search engine rankings. The biggest reason to implement structured data is to get rich snippets: a special display for your site in ...


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I should note at the outset of this answer that individual preferences may vary and there may be others here who would like to advocate very strongly for Microdata. But my direct experience (having worked with both JSON-LD and Microdata and RDFa) is that - in the interests of future maintainability, not least - if you are currently making an early decision ...


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This seems to be actively being worked out at the moment, I see two GH issues that are related: https://github.com/schemaorg/schemaorg/issues/2811 and https://github.com/schemaorg/schemaorg/issues/2587 The example from the gDoc in the first issue is similar to your approach, though if anything more verbose, not less. "hasMeasurement": [{ ...


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Check source code for Firefox: https://searchfox.org/mozilla-release/source/toolkit/components/reader/Readability.js * grabArticle - Using a variety of metrics (content score, classname, element types), find the content that is * most likely to be the stuff a user wants to read. Then return it wrapped up in a div. You can find lots of comment like:...


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I found a way that seems to work 100%: Use the old app MS Front Page Go to "Design Mode" (lower left corner on a blank page) Paste text copied from MS Word Switch to "Code Mode" and you will have clean HTML code You can save it from there as HTML if needed


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