joined:Feb 27, 2019
I don't think my issue is completely unique, but it is somewhat a corner case that I have found difficult to get a definitive opinion (that may not actually exist in this world).
We have three websites:
We have three Trustpilot accounts, one for each website.
We have an Adwords account, Analytics account and a Google My Business account for each site too (two are pending verification - UK and Aus).
Ultimately, we are a single organization with different brand names, services and pricing for different geographies. We'll probably roll all of these into a single site eventually, but that is currently not feasible for a number of reasons that I won't get into here.
The problem we have is that we are trying to implement comprehensive structured data throughout our websites. We have stopped using plugins for Wordpress and went for a custom approach; however, this custom approach seems to be negatively affecting some if not all of our websites.
The specific questions I have are as follows:
1. Should we have one organisation object that is the same across all of our sites? If so, should that refer to the different brands?
2. Should we have a custom organisation per site using the parentOrganization property from schema.org?
3. Should the organisation object have as much detail as we have included on our UK site's structured data? (https://search.google.com/structured-data/testing-tool/u/0/#url=example.co.uk) - I have followed some info I found on the SEOroundtable website for this as an experiment.
A little bit of direction on this would be a godsend, as it will form the basis of us getting this right across our site, and also then to integrate it with AMP when we roll that out too.
Thanks in advance!
K [edited by: goodroi at 10:09 pm (utc) on Feb 28, 2019]
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