Why You Need Schema Markup and How to Add it to WordPress

When it comes to SEO, there are many things that you need to do right. First, there are external and external SEOs to think about. However, there are other factors that affect the appearance of your search engine and the ability of search engine bots to crawl your website, which is called schema tagging.

Although recently introduced, the implementation of the scheme can be very useful for any WordPress website. By highlighting schemes, you can, for example, increase traffic, clickthrough rates and the ability to crawl your website.

Below you will find out what exactly schema tagging is, why you want it, and how to add the schema to your WordPress site.

How is the tagging and snippet rich scheme related?
This scheme is behind the stage code that Google (and other search engines) use to get more information about your website. The most common form of schematic designation is what is called a rich snippet. You might find them in the search results.

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Not only do they look great, even if there are broad chunks in search results, this can increase your search engine traffic. Even if your position in the search results does not change. If Google crawls your website with schema tags, it can use this data to produce more interesting and useful search results.

When you implement a schema tag, you give Google bots more accurate and useful information about your website. How rich snippets look depends on the type of content of your page. This will include things like star ratings for review. However, if it is a product page, you will see product prices and availability, among others.

There are many types of schema tags that you can use depending on the type of content on the page itself.

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  1. Thank you for making such a clear list.

    I wanted to suggest the INK for All tool: https://seo.app/XzTXZsUH9 Granted I’ve only been experimenting with it for maybe a month but it has been a complete game-changer.

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