The Schema plug-in makes it easy to add Schema markup to WordPress. It has some useful features such as enabling different schema types on a per-category or per-post type basis, and it’s compatible with custom post types. It will also work with other installed plugins, including SEO plugins to take advantage of the markup you’re already using.
Install it in the usual way by going to Plugins > Add New and searching for Schema. Click Install and then Activate..
There are plenty of plugins made for schemas, you should take a look,
Rank Math & Schema pro are just examples of these, but there are different ones for specific schemas, depends on what you're looking for
Install it in the usual way by going to Plugins > Add New and searching for Schema. Click Install and then Activate. Once the plugin is installed and activated, go to Schema > Settings to start adding Schema markup to your sit
Adding schema markup to your WordPress website is a great way to improve your site’s SEO. Schema markup helps search engines understand the content of your pages better, which can result in higher rankings and more traffic from search engines
The easiest way to add schema markup to your WordPress website is by using a plugin. There are several plugins available that can help you add schema markup to your site.
Here are some of the best plugins you can use:
1. All in One Schema.org Rich Snippets. The plugin not only adds schema markup to all your pages, but it also pulls the data from other sources such as Facebook and Twitter profiles, YouTube videos, and more. This way, you don’t need to enter all this information manually.
2. WordPress JSON-LD Schema.org Tags. This plugin adds schema markup to your website so that Google can extract data from your site and display it in search results using cards. It’s very easy to use, which makes it an attractive choice for beginners. It also works with WooCommerce and other popular WordPress plugins.
3. Schema Pro. This plugin is one of the most popular schema markup plugins available for WordPress. It comes with a host of features and options, including support for custom post types, taxonomies, and more.
Once you have chosen a plugin, simply install it on your WordPress website and activate it. The plugin will then add the appropriate schema markup to your website.