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    Hi Everyone !! What About Structured Data? is it helpful for quickly index in search Engine?

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    I think it is rather better for the visitor than search engine. It is good for SE when you create sitemap (structured list of the sub-pages of your site with links to these sub-pages), that way you help SE to find all pages. Finding pages does not necessarily mean indexing, because SE index only pages that they think are valuable, the pages where author is not trying to manipulate SE by writing excessive keywords, too many links, etc. Read Google Quality guidelines.

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    Many websites are generated from data that is stored databases; when this data is formatted into HTML code, it can be difficult for web crawlers to effectively interpret this information. Structured data is on-page markup that enables search engines to better understand the information currently on your business’s web page, and then use this information to improve your business’s search results listing. For example, structured data makes it easier for web crawlers to determine company basics, such as NAP (name, address, place) data, as well as more complex information such articles, events, products, recipes, etc. on your web site.
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