Local Business Schema (NAP)

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The “Local Business Schema Generator” can be applicable to all businesses that would like to mark up their name, address, and phone number using schema.org vocabulary.

Corresponding Local Business page on Schema.org


GENERATE IT:

Business Name:

Address:

City:

State:

Zip Code:

Phone Number:

31 Comments » for Local Business Schema (NAP)
  1. Zack Flannick says:

    Hi Travis,
    Was there something in scheama.org that you came across? I did a few searches and couldn’t find anything around “online training services”, I did find something that allows you to specify if you only sell a product online – but not sure if that’s what you’re looking for.

  2. travis says:

    Hi,

    Could you make one for Online Training Services without a building but with testing locations. Different categories of training.

  3. Any chance you could make one for services that go to locations like mine? We provide private tutoring in the home and on line. Perhaps something for education as well?

  4. Heather says:

    Would love to see a bicycle shop on here! Thanks for the tool :-)

  5. Zack Flannick says:

    Hi Jorge,

    Sure, I’ll try to get to it sometime this week.

  6. Zack Flannick says:

    Hey Jamie,

    I didn’t see Pet Services in schema.org, let me know if you saw something in particular. They do have one for “Pet Store” – is this what you were thinking?

  7. jamie says:

    Hi can you add a schema for ‘pet services’?

  8. jorge perez says:

    Can you make one for beauty ( salons spas) ?

  9. Author says:

    Hi George,

    What did you have in mind? There’s schema for visual arts, art galleries, music, etc…

  10. George says:

    Would it be possible to create a e-commerce schema for artists?

  11. Author says:

    Hi Grant,

    The hotel schema generator has just been added (on the right). Please note that the this vocab has not been approved by schema.org yet, we’re working on that piece.

  12. Author says:

    Hi Guillermo,

    Roofing has been added :)

  13. Author says:

    Thanks Mark – glad you find it useful!

  14. Author says:

    Hi Andrew,

    Hope all is well. I added a roofer schema (on the right).

  15. Andrew says:

    Agreed! Schema for roofing would be great.

  16. Mark says:

    Killer tool. Thank you for making this and sharing this tool!

  17. Colin W says:

    Hi

    Could you possibly create a schema type for gated residence?

    Thanks

    Colin

  18. Grant says:

    Could you please make one for Hotels? Thanks!

  19. Author says:

    Hi Salik,

    Great questions! I’m referring you to these posts:
    1. (http://www.distilled.net/blog/seo/fixing-seo-problems-with-html5/) < --scroll to "problem #4 2. (http://schema.org/docs/gs.html)
    3. (
    http://www.w3.org/2011/06/semtech-bof-notes.html#line0114).

  20. Salik says:

    Hi there.. tahnks for the tool.. Justwant to know one thing.. i have a website which is not in html 5, can i sue microdata in a website which is not in html5… Or, is it just that doctype which matters??? i have otehr html tags which are normal html version… andi have a microdata which is a html5 vocab.. so can i use microdata with non html5 doctypes???

  21. Guillermo says:

    Please provide a schema for roofing. Thanks!

  22. Ashley says:

    Awesome tool. Thanks for sharing!

  23. Author says:

    Yes, there is a markup for “Person” – http://schema.org/Person. Is this what you’re looking for?

  24. Anonymous says:

    Isn’t it possible to do the markup for “people”?

  25. Author says:

    Hi Keith,

    Hope all is well! Sorry for the later reply. To my surprise I don’t actually see that there was a schema “type” created for Chiropractors. Schema.org would need to add the chiropractor type to their site, then I can replicate their structured markup for the microdata generator. I would advise using the Local Business type as a next best substitute (or until there’s a Chiropractor type created). There’s different schema types created all the time, so I’ll keep my eye out for you when this is created. Just let me know if you have any questions.

  26. Keith MCGahey says:

    Hi,

    I sumitted a comment a couple of days ago and you must not have approved it. I was hoping you could put together a schema for Chiropractors. I’m redoing my website and plan to replace my current hcard microdata with schema and would love to be able to use your generator as I’m not terribley web saavy.

    THanks!! Keith

  27. Keith McGahey says:

    Hi,

    Great tool, thank you. Wondering if you could throw together a schema for Chiropractors. Also, under map url is that simply for map location/address, or can a Google Places listing be incorporated into the map url?

    Thanks again!

  28. Author says:

    Anytime – glad you’re using the tool and thanks for leaving a comment! If you’re interested in seeing another schema type created, just let me know.

  29. Anonymous says:

    Very useful tool… We were searching for the right tool for getting the schema code and it worked really fine for us…

    Thanks a lot…
    SEM-N-SEO

  30. Author says:

    My Pleasure! If you have a specific schema type that you would like to have added, just let me know (i’d be happy to do it).

  31. Anonymous says:

    Very handy tool, thanks for whipping this together.

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