Support » Plugin: Schema App Structured Data » My website’s schema now goes to 9000!

  • Before this plugin, I used to think Schema markup was a bunch of independent snippets pasted around your website for an added search engine visibility boost.

    This plugin takes Schema markup to 11, to a point where I had to re-learn how it’s actually supposed to work. It took me a few hours to get everything setup as their video tutorials suggest, but they were very clear and easy to follow along with. There were some wonky errors on setup (like not being able to define a City as a service area since I already attached it to my business address. I got around this by setting it as an Administrative Area, hope that was correct).

    After a bit of troubleshooting on my own, the schema on my homepage (haven’t setup all pages yet) is error-free and chock full of interesting microdata…or metadata, whichever is more correct! Now hoping/waiting for the Knowledge Panel social icons to show up under my business when searched for in Google.

    Now, to be fair, I just set everything up on one page. We’ll see how many pages I can work with before the free version blocks me. I don’t think I’d ever pay $37/month for this service, but if they came down in price for an entry level package (something like websites under 50 pages, $5/month), I could see myself subscribing for the convenience. Also, I would like to see a knowledge base in text in addition to the videos. When trying to figure things out, it was a lot harder to sort through 5 videos on one topic and then scrubbing through each rather than searching and finding an article covering my question.

    Anyhow, great plugin overall – thanks for all your hard work!

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  • Plugin Author vberkel


    Thank you for the great review and good feedback. We are currently trying to figure out the best prices / packages combinations for 2017. Also, a knowledge base of written articles along with the videos would be great. That will take Martha and I some time to do but we’ll get there.

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