Schema Implementation

Architect your web pages to make them easily navigable to optimize the user experience.

Schema HTML Tags


Schema HTML tags is a language of tags that can be added to webpages to help search engines interpret and display page information in SERPs. Schema was created by search engines to enable site owners to offer more information about what information they want to display when they appear in search results.

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How it works

Web owners add schema microdata to their web page, which the search engine evaluates to understand what information to display in search results.

Why use it?

Schema is a free an easy-to-use language that helps web pages display the most important information from a page. This helps search engines and customers find exactly what they're looking for.

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How Schema HTML Tags Work

Schema microdata is added to a page to express exactly what is on the page and how the information should be displayed in search engine snippets. Schema can be added directly to the HTML code of a web page to provide the crawlers with more information.

Adding schema to a site can be a hassle, but smaller sites with fewer pages will have an easier time utilizing schema to improve their search engine visibility. Schema is most helpful in displaying the following information sets on SERPS:

  • Local Businesses
  • Software Applications
  • Articles
  • Events
  • Products

Why Utilize
Schema HTML Tags

Schema allows you to tell the search engine what information you want to be displayed when your site appears in a SERP. Through the SERP, you can create a digital business card and easily provide the most valuable information in the format you want to your customers. This is key to giving your customers the information they need. 

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