What is Schema Markup or Tags? Biggest SEO Update

Schema Markup or Schema Tags are very useful in SEO, one can say that it provides proper identification of your article. Once you start working on Schema Markup your website will show a tremendous boost in Search Engine Result Pages(SERPs).

What is The Schema Markup

What is Schema Markup?

It is a semantic code, that helps search engines to provide rich snippet results to the users. When your website is listed in the search result of the search engine, it shows a rich snippet with it, and that may cause a high click rate i.e. increase in CTR of organic results on your webpage.

How to check your page already using Schema Markup or Not?

You can perform a Schema Markup Test at Google Rich Snippet test. Click here to know more

How to use Schema tags in WordPress and Blogger?

WordPress: You can use plugins for Schema Markup codes, for eg the Yoast SEO tool, Rank Math SEO Plugin, or usually built-in with the theme(you’re) itself.

Blogger: users usually found themselves helpless, but now you don’t have to worry about it.

You can check your current theme supporting these new markup tags or not?

You too can implement these semantic codes in your blogger template for better SERPs. For this, you’ve to understand this example.

After understanding this you can simply edit your blogger theme and implement the required codes. If still, you’re facing the issue, then we designed a blogger template for such users.

If you’re not able to understand these things, we advise you to change your blogger template with our designed superfast blogger theme ASP2306 or Alpha Century. These both themes are fully SEO optimized for better SERPs.

I hope you like this article. If any issue related to this, please comment below.

Ashok Kumar

Ashok Kumar working in the Search Engine Optimization field since 2015. And worked on many successful projects since then. He shares the real-life experience of best SEO practices with his followers on You also can learn Advance level SEO for WordPress, Blogger, or any other blogging platform. Stay tuned.

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