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WordLift helps your website speak Google’s native language by converting your content into a format easily understood by search engines: structured data. Learn how to add schema markup to your site in WordPress using WordLift. It only takes a few steps to get started.
SEO plug-ins help you increase the power of the source software you use for your website with specific features that optimize its online visibility, web analytics, marketing and other aspects. Discover how Yoast and WordLift can work together to get more traffic to your website.
Is Google really indexing your structured data markup? Learn how to ensure that Google can crawl and index your markup.
Using Schema Markup’s VideoObject feature, you can significantly impact the organic visibility of your videos. Discover two VideoObject update now available with WordLift 3.32: support for embedding videos with shortcodes and support for JW Player.
Learn how to use the vocabulary on your website with WordLift and choose one of 4 ways to do it quickly.
On July 5th and 6th the team at WordLift reached Salzburg to meet the Consortium partners for the WordLift Next Generation project. The project started with a clear definition of the roles and responsibilities of each partner in the scope to improve WordLift’s backend to enrich RDF/XML graphs with semantic similarity indices, full-text search and conversational UIs.
Learn how Rank Math and WordLift can work together to achieve better performance of your website and make a difference.
Learn why you need schema markup for your resort, hotel and B&B and how to add it to your website to get more guests.
As AI changes and develops, SEO does, too. Here are 14 essential pieces of AI SEO software that’ll make an SEO specialist’s life much smoother.
There is an SEO before Schema Markup and an SEO after Schema Markup, and this is now clear to every search ranking expert. Both WordLift and Schema App help you add schema markup to your pages to speak Google’s language. Let’s compare them closely!