Schema Markup Generator


  1. Choose the type of structured markup you’d like to create from the drop down on the left.
  2. Fill out the form on the left as much as possible.
  3. When complete, copy the newly generated JSON-LD on the right.
  4. Paste JSON-LD in the <head> section of your HTML document.
  5. Test implementation with the structured data testing tool.



About Schema Markup Generator

Get rich captions by adding structured data to your site By adding JSON-LD this tool generates to your pages helping Google better understand its purpose. It makes it easier for Google to understand your page's important features, such as product price or event date. With more information, Google will often 'improve' your listing with additional features. These features can help you stand out from the crowded SERPs and improve your natural click-through rate.

Where should I place a snippet produced by JSON-LD?
Your JSON summary can be added anywhere in the HTML of your page. Many editors, such as the WordPress HTML editor, have a 'View Source' mode that allows you to edit HTML directly. I like to put the code at the end of the article so it's out of the way yet it's easy to find.

What is the shema.com tag?


Schema.org is a community-based project that aims to create a structured data standard. They have created many categories of structured data to help website owners define their content more clearly in search engines and other services.

The mark made by our generator makes it easy to add structured data to your pages. By adding JSON-LD captions to your HTML you help webmasters like Google better understand what your page is about, including key details like the people involved, the organizations and organizations mentioned or other things.

Some Schema tags are very helpful in e-commerce - for example, a product tag allowing you to specific product features, price, and availability, while LocalBusiness schema may specify service company details such as its physical address, contact number, and opening hours.

How does schema help your SEO?


Schema helps your SEO by explaining to Google exactly where your page or data is. By helping Google understand the information you can rank better because Google no longer has to guess the title of your page. This no doubt helps Google to understand your content, but you should not ignore good SEO writing practices and remember to spend some time making your content searchable.

Others have seen significant improvements in their search engine rankings by adding Schema to their site. Some are very happy with the result of their organic click-through rate, as sites that use the appropriate schema in their content are more likely to see rich captions in their search engine listings.

These rich clips can include photos or cooking recipes, reviews of products and business scores, or other items, all of which help increase page visibility. This increasing visibility often leads to more clicks to the targeted site, helping the site owner to get more traffic for the same live posts.

How to check your organized data performance
To ensure that your organized data can be processed by Google and other robots, you should use a test tool. We offer a systematic data testing tool that supports JSON-LD, Microdata, and RDFa, and tests in all Schema.org models - not just those highlighted by Google in its Rich Results Test.

To use the tool, simply enter your URL or paste your HTML source code.
Click the button and we'll do a quick analysis of your content
Check the results to see if your organized data appears. Any syntax errors or structures that do not match the specs in Schema.org will be highlighted.


What does a structured data analysis tool actually test?


To help you understand how your structured data works we do a lot of checks. First, we check each property by the type of Schema you have provided. If you are using properties that are not part of the original schema spec - or if you have introduced any typos in their names - we will highlight that property as an error.

Next, we test your schema by comparing the standards set in its Rich Snippets guidelines. In those help documents, Google lists many categories that are considered 'necessary' or 'recommended' to help you achieve the rich media captions for your listing.

If your schema uses one of the key features they highlight for rich captions - for example Article, Book, Review or Rating, Product, Local Local, Video, Recipe, or Event - then we will mark any missing properties for rich captions. We also suggest which properties Google recommends adding to your schema so that you are more complete.



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