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    Hi All,

    If you are still confused about the Schema used in SEO. Read below to know about it:-

    Schema markup is HTML code (semantic vocabulary) that you put on your website to help the search engines return more informative results for users.
    And U can Use "Structured Data Testing Tool" keywords help your site schema available or not. This also helps search engine to find the website and data. The schema may use to make rich snippets.

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    thank you for sharing this information and also.
    Schema is a semantic vocabulary of tags that you can add to your HTML to improve the way search engines read and represent your page in SERPs.

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    Thank you, that was interesting. I had some problems with on page SEO earlier, but I think now I can make it good. The only thing which still is the problem for me is link building. I don't understand how it works and I don't understand, how making it done. One of my friends keeps telling me that I don't need to do it on my own. He thinks that I should outsource it to someone else. He's a site owner too, and not so long ago, he has tried service of these http://crowdo.net guys and he says that they've done everything perfectly. Now I'm thinking about doing the very same thing.

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