If you’re using Google Search Console you’ll notice under Search Appearance there is an option for Structured Data. Structured data markup describes things on the web, along with their properties. For example, if your site has recipes, you could use markup to describe properties for each recipe, such as the summary, the URL to a photo for the dish, and its overall rating from users.
Here is an example of structured data that can be used on your website such as in your footer / copyright area:
<span style="float:left;">Copyright © Year | </span>
itemprop="name">Your Business Name</span></div>
style="float:left; padding-left:5px;" itemprop="address" itemscope=""
itemprop="streetAddress">Your Street Address</span>
itemprop="addressLocality">Your City</span>, <span
itemprop="addressRegion">Your State</span> <span
itemprop="postalCode">Your Zip Code</span> <span
For a full list of available Schema’s visit http://schema.org/docs/schemas.html