I understand HP has a tag setup for within the platform. Also, we can put our Hubs in groups for the end of the page. Is it advantages to put my Hubs in WebMaster Tools, Data Highlighter, as well? Is it purely redundant or is it another level for Google to work with?
Sherry, I was hoping that someone would comment on this thread, who has experience of using that tool as you say. I do not know if it would be helpful or not.
I did try to highlight a page using the tool. It is pretty difficult. I thought maybe I could answer my own question. hahah No luck. The second step of the tool for putting pages into similar groups was a total washout.
I wasted 5 hours without a break. The day is more than half over now.
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