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Schema Creator by Raven

Insert schema.org microdata into WordPress pages and posts.

13 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4.1 out of 5 stars
5 stars
Great plugin
By , for WP 4.0

I think the only shema wordpress plugin right?

5 stars
Very Nice
By , for WP 3.9.1

A nice way to put structured data (that Google can parse!) into your blog posts without resorting to custom post types. I'm going to want to play around with the CSS, but I think this will work very well for my site.

1 star
plugin update
By , for WP 3.9.1

Hi,
I just wanted to know if the plugin is compatible with wordpress 3.9.1 because in the description section it shows that the plugin is compatible upto 3.6.1 only.

5 stars
Great Plugin
By , for WP 3.8.1

Thanks

4 stars
Pretty Good
By , for WP 3.7.1

I'm overall happy with it, and still recommend it. It can be a little difficult to use sometimes, and I REALLY wish that you could generate the code without having the "box" that it creates. No need for the box.

1 star
Raven you got me again!
By , for WP 3.4.2

Never again, raven. Your product is bunk.

If you run a "recipe" website, I'm sure this will work. If you're trying to pass the Google Snippets testing tool, this will waste 10 minutes of your life.

5 stars
Very Useful
By , for WP 3.4.2

Work nicely, and new schema are added every month ! good

5 stars
Brilliant
By , for WP 3.4.2

Great plugin for rich schema snippets. Thank you :)

5 stars
It Works and Excellent Support!
By , for WP 3.5

I have a blog that focuses mostly on recipes but not all my posts are recipes. Schema creator gave me the perfect flexibility to add schema to my recipes and leave it out when I want without changing the format, look, or feel of my blog.

There were a few bugs in the plugin that I let the creator know about right away on GitHub and he fixed them and rolled out a new version of the plugin by the very next business day, sometimes sooner!

Since the CSS can be customized I had my web gal match the CSS to my blog's theme and it looks seamless.

So far I have only entered one recipe with the schema creator and guess what? A rich snippet already shows up on the first page (#6) in google for my recipe name keyword search.

I have not tried the other schemas available such as reviews, business . . .(etc.) but I have never seen a plugin so well supported (on GitHub) that I am sure that with a little patience and communication with the creator you can get what you are wanting.

I can't imagine an easier way to add schema to my blog and I know that schema creator by Raven is going to help me to compete in the search engines without having an entire staff devoted to SEO.

Thank you again Norcross!

Best Wishes,
Cecilia

P.S. Here is an example of a post that I made with the recipe Schema Creator by Raven, I thought it might help people to see a screen shot. I did not use the default CSS but instead had it modified to match my existing blog's style: http://rawglow.com/blog/2012/12/26/moroccan-raw-carrot-salad-sweet-crunchy-spicy-yum/

2 stars
Structured Data is Visible on Page
By , for WP 3.5

I didn't have a chance to test what Google thought of this structured data because I had to remove it due to the fact that the structured data is visible to the user.

For example, my site background is black and after using this plugin there was a big white box on my site with all the structured data.

A good structured data plugin will just add the rich snippets directly to the WP elements so they're visible to the search engines but not to the end user.

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