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STRUCTURED DATA GENERATOR

Make your website more understandable to search engines and users.

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ABOUT Structured Data Generator

The Structured Data Generator allows you to mark up important information on the web pages. It contains the entire schema.org vocabulary and highlights the schema.org properties that are 'required' and 'recommended' by Google to be eligible for rich results that can increase the amount of click through you get from your site's ranking.

KEY FEATURES


  • Improve Your SERPs - It means that the more your web site's content is indexed by the search engines, the higher your pages will rank on search engine searches.

  • Increased Conversions - The more visitors you have to your website, the more likely they are to make purchases.

  • Provides structured data markup for any webpage easily so search engines can understand your website better.


01 Enter the details
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Enter the URL of the website or page you want to get data for.
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02 Steps to follow
  • Choose the type of structured markup you'd like to create.

  • Fill out the details in the required fields.

  • When complete, copy the newly generated JSON-LD schema.

  • Paste JSON-LD in the appropriate section of your website.

  • Test implementation with the structured data testing tool.


Schema.org is the centralized home on the web for the Schema project, a collaboration between Google, Bing, Yahoo! and Russian search engine Yandex to standardize structured markup.
Schema markup, found at Schema.org, is a form of microdata. Once added to a webpage, schema markup creates an enhanced description (commonly known as a rich snippet), which appears in search results.
Choose the type of structured markup you'd like to create.
Fill out the details in the required fields.
When complete, copy the newly generated JSON-LD schema.
Paste JSON-LD in the appropriate section of your website.
Test implementation with the structured data testing tool.
JSON-LD stands for JavaScript Object Notation for Linked Data. It annotates elements on a page, structuring the data, which can then be used by search engines to disambiguate elements and establish facts surrounding entities.
While it is unknown if JSON-LD gives any kind of ranking benefit, we do know that Google recommends it, and uses JSON-LD to enable rich snippets in the Knowledge Graph. JSON-LD allows search engine crawlers to better understand what a particular entity is about.
JSON-LD is a way to transfer linked data using the JSON text format (JavaScript Object Notation). Using the JSON text format allows you to easily read and write documents marked up with the help of JSON-LD. Pages with JSON-LD markup helps the structuring of data by machines and the recognition of concepts, which is important for site owners in the context of search engine optimization. Google recommends to use JSON-LD to markup your pages with different types of structured data.
Many modern CMS platforms have inbuild options to add structured to the website. Once you have the required structured data code, it has to be added to the head section of the website.
Violating structured data quality guidelines can prevent syntactically correct structured data from being displayed as a rich result in Google Search, or possibly cause it to be marked as spam. If you mark up content that is not visible to readers of the page, you can attract a Google manual penalty and would not be eligible for rich results.
Structured data is not a ranking factor, however, it does help Google understand your content, helps with adding rich snippets to your search results, helps with click through rates and helps Google understand your content, which gives it a better chance to rank higher.
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