subOrganization markup

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subOrganization markup help

So you have a relationship between two organizations where the first includes the second! This is where you can use subOrganization markup’s element to allow the search engines to know you have more than one location for you brand. At SEOtweaks we specialise in structured mark-up language and have noticed there is not many example’s out there on the internet so we thought we would provide some assistance.

Here is what you need to do to mark-up your webpage with the subOrganization that operates under your Organization.

For example: You may have two websites in two different countries with different names, for the purpose of this example I will call them Titled Website A (Main Organisation in Australia) Tilted Website B (subOrganization operating in the UK)

<div class=”logo” itemscope itemtype=””>
<a href=”‘'”><meta itemprop=”name” content=”Website A”>
<meta itemprop=”subOrganization” content=”Website B.”>
<meta itemprop=”subOrganization” content=”Website B is a suborganization in the United Kingdom operating under the Website A brand founded in Australia on 2013-12-09.”>
<meta itemprop=”foundingDate” content=”2013-12-09″>
<meta itemprop=”alternateName” content=”Website B”>
<meta itemprop=”description” content=”description of Website A goes here.”>
<meta itemprop=”email” content=””>

<link itemprop=”sameAs” href=”” />
<link itemprop=”url” href=”” />
<link itemprop=”sameAs” href=”” />
<link itemprop=”sameAs” href=”” />
<link itemprop=”sameAs” href=”” />
<link itemprop=”sameAs” href=”” />
<img itemprop=”logo” src=”” width=”313″ height=”75″ alt=”WebsiteA”/></a></div>

Once you have done this be sure you visit google structured data testing too located here structured markup tool and enter your url to test your mark-up.
You should see something like this.

subOrganization structured markup