joined:May 26, 2017
I am facing a question that has been puzzling me for some time. So I ask for your advice, guys.
So far, I have implemented structured data in a very basic way; namely, manually coding them and using the "article" type everywhere.
Now, I have realized that I can have different structured data types, depending on the page content, such as "article" for editorial content pages, "local business" for travel attraction reviews, "place" for pages aggregating various content by city, and so on. My most visited website is intentionally "multifarious" by content; therefore, it contains short museum reviews, full-length case-study articles, and breaking news pages about several subjects, including art, architecture, design, and technology.
Now, my question is: "Has anyone here got some good results and increased organic traffic by fine-tuning structured data, differentiating them by subject? Do you suggest me to do the same or working on structured data in order to rank better is just wasting time, now?