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Where do i add structured data markup for my pages?

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Hey Azrael,

Do you remember how long it took to have your websites listed with snippets in Google search? I'm asking you this since I injected some codes on my website (www.dichstudio.com) couple of weeks ago and I still have no result...So I'm a bit curious... :)


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not dumb, I usually put in the body of the website. But I've seen above the header too and that seems ok. If it's things like recipes or reviews, then you'd want to put the code as close to the recipe or review on the page as possible. At that point you'd have to add a code box in squarespace. hopefully that helps!

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Thank you! I don't see an option to inject it into the body of the website in SquareSpace, though - unless there's a different place to inject than the Advanced Settings. The options are header, footer, site lock and order confirmation - and then on each individual page.

All I'm trying to inject is Site Navigation Element code (for my own personal website). Thanks again!

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There are two places that you can use the Structured data.

First you need to tag your site using the Markup Helper.https://www.google.com/webmasters/markup-helper

You can create snippets and inject them as HTML code on the page, but for many this will not be an option. There are some expensive schema apps out there, but you can choose to use the OTHER option in Google Markup Helper. Once you've finished tagging you can choose to use Microdata or JSON-LD.

JSON-LD will produce a code that you can choose to inject sitewide or per page.

Depending on your business, you might only need to inject site wide, or if you have products, you inject it per page.

You can test the structured data of my webpages at https://www.denverlikealocaltours.com/hidden-denver-walking-tour/

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To ensure that markup is recognized by other search engines, you will still have to add structured data to the page code. To simplify this task, use this Google tool - https://www.google.com/webmasters/markup-helper/u/0/?hl=en.Recently I`ve found information about how advanced snippets increase CTR: https://searcheva.org/infographics-increase-ctr-google-advanced-snippets/ . Hope this infographic will be useful!

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11 minutes ago, CPR001 said:

I've only added it to the header, is that ok?

I can't answer that as I don't know what your goal is.


How do I hide this please?

It sounds like to code is either not installed in the right place or there is a syntax error in the code.

Again we'd need more details on what you are trying to accomplish to know how we might be able to help.

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