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Google, Bing, and other search engines have been encouraging webmasters to use structured data for several years now. They've even gone as far as to incentivize the usage by providing benefits to websites with structured data correctly implemented.
Some of these benefits include search result enhancements and content-specific features, such as:
These enhanced search results improve your click-through rate (CTR) and drive additional traffic, because they are more visually appealing and provide additional information to searchers.
Implementing structured data on your site is also a great way to prepare for the future of search, as Google in particular continues to move in the direction of hyper-personalization and solving problems and answering questions directly.
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