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I would create an exclusion for those empty pages to prevent it from being created in the first place. It would be misleading to use "@Type": "FAQPage" on a page that doesn't have FAQs. I would make sure that your other types of pages are either getting either Article, BlogPosting, or NewsArticle (if a post) or simply WebPage (for a ...


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For interestRate, schema.org expects a Number or QuantitativeValue (for which a 'number' is recommended). I'm not sure how this would be interpreted (probably pushing it) but it does validate. Adding a description works, but probably doesn't satisfy the semantics you're looking for. <script type="application/ld+json"> { "@context&...


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The Schema.org structured data ontology is designed to describe specific objects and their relationships to other specific objects, it's not designed to make broad comparisons to loosely defined collections (of all the other bank accounts in the country) like that. It's arguable that having a way to mark an interest rate as the highest within a particular ...


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