Schema why you NEED SEO to do it right!

You might have heard that you need structured data on your website. Not only will Google understand your content better, but it will also increase your chances of getting those shiny rich results. In SEO, we output Schema as a graph. This means it’s all tied together and the relationship between various elements is clear. But why is that important? Let’s have a look!

Schema is a common language to help you explain to search engines what your content is about. If you provide the right input, then a Schema tool, such as our own SEO, can output it the right way so search engines understand what you’re showing on your website. For instance, with Schema you can tell Google: this is a book, with this title, written by this author.  This makes it easier for Google to comprehend web pages, rank them for the right query or even highlight them as a rich result.

But what is a Schema graph?

The Schema features in SEO, SEO Premium, and its add-ons do something special compared to other Schema tools. They not only output the correct Schema, but they also tie it together in a South Korea Mobile Number graph. Our tools connect all the pieces of schema on a page and show the relations they have with each other.

Below, you can see the schema of our site structure blog post if we run it through the awesome Schema visualization by classy schema:

This sounds pretty abstract, right? Here’s an example.

 

South Korea Mobile Number
South Korea Mobile Number

As you can see, the site structure post is an article written by me. Marieke van de Rakt, who works for the Organization (founded by Joost de Valk and part of Newfold Digital). The WebSite of is com. You can even see in the BreadcrumbList where this article can be found on the website (Home → SEO Blog → Site Structure tag). Additionally, you can see how the images on the page relate to other items: my avatar is connected to me, the featured image is related to the blog post, and so forth.

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