Dan Brickley, the Google developer advocate who manages Schema.org, has a great line, and I want to add it here. An experienced SEO asked him about which model should be used in a specific situation. Dan Brickley replied: “This question is a bit like asking a dictionary maintainer what to say.”
He went on to explain, “It’s best to do your best to record the tangible benefits on file, and for Google, this is well documented.” Then he linked to Google’s Structured database Provide examples.
The problem is that the person making the request has extensive experience in architecture/structured data, etc.-he is not a novice. So I think maybe this issue has been misunderstood or misunderstood. However, despite this, the response is very classic, and I want to record it.
Here are these tweets:
This question is a bit like asking a dictionary maintainer what to say. It is best to devote the most energy to tangible tangible benefits. For Google, most of the benefits are recorded in tangible benefits. https://t.co/19uUaWG02k
-Dan Brickley (@danbri) April 28, 2021
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I wonder if we should make the metaphors in the dictionary more prominent. It may also help explain different types of validation-for example, checking whether JSON-LD has a’,’ in the wrong position, rather than checking whether the shape of the data is suitable for certain platform functions.
-Dan Brickley (@danbri) April 30, 2021