Google faqs schema

Description

This plugin automates the hassle of writing Google FAQ schema tag and validation process without writing a single line of code.

When the content is correctly marked up, it means those pages *could be eligible for rich snippets in the search results and may appear in Google Assistant searches.

Screenshots

  • Select our Element in Avada Fusion Builder.
  • Setup your FAQs for front-end users.
  • Your Google Structured Data schema tag is generated in page source code.
  • FAQs read by Google rich snippet. Note: SEO of your website varies

FAQ

Why Google FAQs schema?

Did you know! Most search engine users have a Question but don’t know the answer, so they very likely turn to Google. Heck, they might have even ask Google and end up on a website. With roughly 3.5 billion searches a day and the search engine results page (SERP) being more complex, it’s important to do everything you can to stand out, including using FAQ schema.

How do I get started with Google faq schema?

  • Please make sure Avada Fusion Builder is installed and active on your WordPress installation.
  • Find our element “Google faqs schema” in Fusion element selector.
  • Place element on page builder and start writing content for front-end users and content for Google structured schema.
  • Publish your new page and our Plugin will auto generate Google friendly structured data for FAQs in page source code.

When will Google rich snippet listing my FAQs?

Your SEO is highly dependent on quantity and quantity of your content.

Reviews

January 5, 2022
Testing Rich Results in Google 1 error acceptedAnswer Falta el campo "acceptedAnswer.text" And also the question is a H1. For example my objective is to ad faqs in the end of article, i have to ad manually <h3>question</h3>
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Contributors & Developers

“Google faqs schema” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

  • Version 1.0 :

*First release