Schema Markup is an essential part of a website structure. You can’t detect a schema error by just looking at the page like HTML structure, as it doesn’t break the page. But it breaks the SEO if not implemented properly. Hence you need to validate Schema Markup data to check the SEO friendliness of your website.
Schema markup can be present anywhere on the webpage. However, this markup is not visible to the regular user but can be understood by the search engines for the rich snippet results.
How to Check and validate Schema Markup? Boost SEO of the webpage.
Do you know whether your site is using Schema Markup tags or not? If you don’t know then, now definitely you can check this. To check the Schema Markup tags on the WordPress or Blogger page, please visit Google Schema Markup tester, or You can also check at Rich Results Test – Google Search Console.
You’ve to validate schema markup for the following pages of your blog.
- The HomePage
- For Posts.
- And Pages
If you’re running an online store, you can check the Schema for product pages.
After checking all 3, check whether is any error it is showing? These all pages are important for Schema Markup tags.
Blogger User SEO
For Blogger posts, use the
Article Schema tag for posts. If you cannot see such a kind of Schema in test results, you’ve to upgrade your blogger theme. You can choose anyone out of these blogger themes.
Now check that whether the Google Schema Markup checker shows any error? Then you must have to add missing value/s.
WordPress Users Schema Markup Tags
WordPress users can use Yoast SEO to add schema markup to their web pages. In addition, Yoast SEO provides you with a variety of features. We’ll talk about more SEO plugins later.
After doing all this, please check/validate your schema data using the Google Schema Markup tester.