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  • http://phillipmoorman.com/ Phillip Moorman

    Awesome guide. With the data highlighter and all of the information provided on Schema.org webmasters & SEOs no longer have an excuse not to use structured data. Besides who doesn’t want pretty looking search results?

  • marissa

    Couldn’t agree more!

  • Graciousstore

    Thanks for this data mark up tool for Newbies

  • marissa

    You are welcome!

  • Tanya

    Thank you for this guide! Now it is time to test out some Schema Markup!

  • marissa

    Glad you found it helpful!

  • http://www.todayescorts.com/ Lisa Ray

    I also try many times from google webmaster but not , add Structured Data Markup Helper so i need some help, if possible please post here proper code
    Enter PageTag DataView HTML
    Help

  • Marissa

    I’m sorry to hear about your problems creating the code. Step 9 of my blog post, shows you how the Google Structured Data Markup Tool will allow you to download the entire recoded page with the schema included so you can modify it however you like.

  • SJR

    Hi there, thank you for a great article I have managed to work through and have the html code to enter into my website pages. The thing is no one is explaining where this information has to be uploaded to. I tried placing this on my web index.html page and all the information was visible on my website so this is naturally wrong. Can you please tell me where I need to place this data? Many thanks

  • Marissa

    Hello SJR,
    I’m glad you enjoyed the article! If you have the code downloaded from the Google Structured Markup page it should automatically place the schema in the HTML with the proper tags so it will not be visible on your website. Replace your entire page code with the code you downloaded, don’t just add the schema itself to an existing page. I hope this helps!

  • The Simply Home Project

    How do I embed the code into my website pages (I’m using Weebly)? And WHAT PART of this long code do I embed? I don’t understand what parts to embed onto what pages, because last time I used it I embedded the whole code into one page and it messed it up. I guess I just don’t understand the techno talk so please explain it like you would a six year old LOL ;) Thanks!