What is the Schema Type ContactPoint Generator?

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What is the Schema Type ContactPoint?

Here is a long description about the Schema.org type called "ContactPoint": The "ContactPoint" schema type represents a physical address or location where people can contact you, such as an office building, store front, or meeting place.

It provides information about the location including its postal code, latitude and longitude coordinates, and opening hours for different days of the week.

The "ContactPoint" can be associated with various entities like Person, Organization, or Place.

It is often used to provide details about a company's headquarters, a store's physical address, or an event's meeting location.

This type allows you to provide structured information about your contact points and helps search engines understand the context of your business or organization..

What are the properties of the Schema Type ContactPoint?


The "additionalType" property specifies an additional type for the thing, providing more specific information about its nature.


The "alternateName" property provides an additional name for a thing, often used for disambiguation.


The "areaServed" property specifies the geographic area served by an organization.


The "availableLanguage" property specifies the language that the content is available in.


A contact option is a way for a customer to get in touch with an organization, such as phone number, email address or physical location.


The "contactType" property represents a specific type of contact, such as email, phone number, or physical address.


The "description" property provides a brief summary or abstract of the thing described.


A brief description about the "disambiguatingDescription" property: Provides a concise and informative summary that helps distinguish the entity from others with similar names.


The "email" property represents a user's electronic mail address, used for communication.


The "faxNumber" property represents a fax number for an organization.


The "hoursAvailable" property represents a business's operating hours, including days and times when it is open.


The "identifier" property is a unique string that identifies an item.


The "image" property represents a URL that links to an image, which can be used for visual representation.


The "mainEntityOfPage" property specifies the main content entity of a webpage, such as an article, blog post, or product page.


The "name" property specifies the human-readable name of a thing, such as a person, organization, or place.


The "potentialAction" property indicates potential actions that can be performed on an object, such as a web page or a digital item.


The "productSupported" property specifies a product that is supported by another product.


The "sameAs" property represents an equivalent URI that can be used to refer to the same entity as the current item.


The "serviceArea" property represents a geographic area where a service is offered.


The "subjectOf" property represents the subject matter or topic of a creative work.


The "telephone" property specifies a person's business, work, or fax phone number.


The "url" property represents a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) that is related to the item described.

1,368 Types

1,466 Properties

Schema.org v23.0

Calebe B. Teixeira

Who came up with this Schema Builder?

Hello, my name is Calebe Teixeira I am a SEO from Brazil with a few years of experience in software development and creator of Focus Keyword Finder.

I live on top of a mountain in the south of Brazil, with my beloved wife and children and I connect to the internet through a Starlink antenna.

For some time I had been putting off the idea of creating what would eventually become the best and most complete 100% free Schema generator on the internet.

This is a simple gesture to try to give back a little of what I've learned over the years in this wonderful community of SEOs.

Have fun!