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is LocalBusiness a correct @type for this "Thing", for the individual listings? OR should LocalBusiness only be used for my own business, to put my own business on the map? LocalBusiness (or one of its more specific sub-types) is correct, regardless of who it belongs to. The function of @type is to categorise the entity, not to describe the publisher's ...


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Based on the example you provided, it looks like the intent of the article is to inform the user about various aspects regarding electricity within a city. In its current form, you probably don't need anything other than the standard article schema. Nevertheless, if you want to add a schema to enhance your SERP visibility you probably want to look into the ...


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Here is some info: Google's Knowledge Graph cards are affected by Schema.org structured data, which can be written in JSON-LD. This is where you put your Corporation. Google takes this as a hint. Facebook's Open Graph cards are affected by Open Graph tags, which are a separate standard. It's a much simpler standard, and for the most part it's just for ...


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I got the knowledge graph panel. Here's what ended up working for me: I collected all of the user-visible information about myself onto one page on my website, my /contact/ page, including name, job title, college info, social media accounts, etc. I wrote a top-level Schema.org Person into the /contact/ page's JSON-LD that mirrored this same information ...


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