What is JSON-LD?
How can I use JSON-LD on my website?
JSON has been traditionally used by UX designers to feed widgets with data. With the advent of JSON-LD, developers can reuse this same data structures to create new front-end UI widgets as well as feeding search engine crawlers with the metadata that describe the exact meaning of page’s content.
How can I add JSON-LD to my WordPress website?
There are various plugin to include Schema.org JSON-LD syntax markup to your WordPress website. WordLift is one of these options that above all has the advantage of adding this tags automatically based on the analysis of the content being written. WordLift uses Natural Language Processing to extract named entities that are proposed to the editor to tag his/her content. These entities have unique IDs (unique resource identifier) in the web of data, with this IDs WordLift extracts the information and automatically injects it in the web pages using JSON-LD.
What if – instead – you’d like to give your readers the opportunity to go deeper into some entity, but don’t want them to leave your article? Well, we are also thinking about that…
How to embed the content of an entity into your article
Below, switching to HTML, you can see a simple code you can use to embed the content of any entity created with WordLift (we used WordPress) to your article or web page.
Don’t know what WordPress is or just want to see how this cool embed code works? Just click on the button below. 😎