How to add Schema Codes and Rich Snippets to Your Website

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Did you know that using a specific bit of code can help your business rank higher in search engines?  In addition, very few people are actually using that code yet.

The code you need is called “Schema” and it helps search engines know what type of content you want them to detect.  Is this a calendar of events, the address to your location, a product review, a video, or something else?

In the hangout this week, I’ll help you add the code to your website and test it.  We’ll look at other areas of what needs to be verified to turn up best in search results.

Join us at 10am EDT, May 9, 2014.

  1. Schema Code
  2. Yoast’s WordPress SEO and add-ons
  3. Google Structured Data Markup Helper
  4. Google Structured Data Testing Tool
  5. Facebook Open Graph
  6. KnowEm Social test
  7. Twitter Cards
  8. Google+ Image previews
  9. Pinterest Rich Pins
  10. Google Authorship
  11. Google Publisher plugin badge
  12. WP Customer Reviews
  13. All-in-One Rich Snippet
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How to add Schema Codes and Rich Snippets to Your Website
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How to add Schema Codes and Rich Snippets to Your Website
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How to add Schema Codes and Rich Snippets to Your Website

Courtney Engle Robertson

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