Claim Review

If your page has a review of a claim made by others you can include a ClaimReview structured data element. This allows Bing to consider showing an annotation when the page appears that summarizes the outcome of your fact check.

When this markup is used it is important that the underlying page:

  1. Contains claims and fact checks that are easily identifiable
  2. Citations and references should be present and transparent
  3. The tag must be representative of the fact checking done within the article

Marking it up

The full documentation for the Claim review tag can be found here.

The following fields represent the minimum information required to be present

Property

Description

ClaimReviewed

Summary of the claim under review

ReviewRating.ratingValue

Value of the rating

ReviewRating.bestRating

Highest possible rating

ReviewRating.worstRating

Lowest possible rating

ReviewRating.alternateName

Display name of the rating

ItemReviewed.author

Author of the original claim

Author

Author of the fact check

datePublished

When fact check was published

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