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How schema markup is useful in SEO ?


thaichacha

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Hi,

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.

Schema markup is especially important in the age of Hummingbird and RankBrain. How a search engine interprets the context of a query will determine the quality of a search result. Schema can provide context to an otherwise ambiguous webpage.

According to a study by acmque, less than one-third of Google’s search results include a rich snippet with Schema.org markup. This exposes a huge opportunity for the rest. Very few things in SEO, today, can move the dial quickly.

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Hi,

Schema markup is code (semantic vocabulary) that you put on your website to help the search engines return more informative results for users. If you've ever used rich snippets, you'll understand exactly what schema markup is all about. The schema markup told the SERP to display a schedule of upcoming hotel events.

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A Schema markup is the code you put on a website (semantic vocabulary) to help search engines return more informative results to users. If you've ever used a rich code snippet, you'll fully understand the full content of the schema markup. A Schema markup   tells SERP to show the schedule of upcoming hotel events.
 

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Rich snippet schema not only helps you improve your site’s ranking, but it also attracts the reader’s attention to your site. Imagine, your website standing out among the ten best Google ranking. It will help you increase your CTR rate. Moreover, if you are running a WooCommerce store, it will also boost your sells and attract more visitors. So to add schema markup to your website starts to boost your SEO efforts.

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