Article Pins let you show the headline or title, the description and the author of your article or blog post. By our definition, an article is a page that contains text, like a news article or blog post. We don't consider listicles or pages with mostly images and little text to be articles.
Add article Pins to your site
Add Open Graph or Schema.org markups between the <head> </head> section of your HTML code for each page you want to enable article Rich Pins on. Use our Rich Pin validator to make sure we can see the Rich Pin data.
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Open Graph and Schema.org markups
Here are the required Rich Pin fields for each type of markup. Edit the capitalized fields to reflect your articles.
Open Graph markups:
<meta property="og:title" content="Title of your Article"/> <meta property="og:description" content="Description of your article" /> <meta property="og:type" content="article" />
<meta property="og:site_name" content="Example Site” /> <div itemscope itemtype="https://schema.org/article"> <meta itemprop="url" content="Https://www.example.com/2013/10/article.html" /> <span itemprop="name" content="Article Title” /> by <span itemprop="author" content="Johh Doe” /> <span itemprop="description">A description or summary of the article.</span> </div>
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