In my post, I show you how to add faq schema to your WordPress blog, step by step. With the Yoast SEO plugin, you can implement faq schema to your website with one click.
Step One – Install The Yoast SEO Plugin
First, install the Yoast SEO plugin. Yoast is free to install and use.
Hover your mouse over ‘Plugins’ on the WordPress admin menu and select ‘Add New’ from the popup.
Type ‘Yoast SEO’ into the search bar. Yoast SEO appears on the left. To start the installation, select ‘Install Now.’
The ‘Install Now’ link changes to ‘Activate’. Click on the link again to activate the plugin for your site.
Once activated, SEO appears on your WordPress admin menu.
Now you can add faq schema to your blog posts.
Step Two – Create A Heading Block
Click on the ‘+’ on the right or top left.
Next, type ‘Heading’ into the search box. From the list, select the ‘Heading’ block.
In the block, type ‘Frequently asked questions.’ Ensure that your heading is H2.
Step Three – Create A FAQ Schema Block
Next, on your blog post, create a faq schema block. To do that, click on the ‘+’ to the right or top left.
In the search box, type ‘Yoast.’
Finally, select the ‘Yoast FAQ’ block from the list. Now you have a FAQ schema block in your blog post.
Step Four – Add Questions And Answers
Next, type your questions and answers into the block. On the right, there is an option to add an image.
To add more questions, click on the ‘Add question’ link.
How to add an image to faq schema
Click on the ‘Add image’ link on the right of the block.
Select an image from your media library or upload a new one. The image appears below the answer section.
Step Five – Publish Your Post
Once you have completed adding questions and answers, publish your changes. If you add content to an old post, the link will say ‘Update.’ If the content is new, the link will say ‘Publish.’
Now you have added faq schema to your website.
Step Six – Submit Your Post To Google
To ensure Google detects your blog post updates, submit a sitemap. To learn how to submit a sitemap, check out my ‘How to submit a sitemap to Google‘ blog post.
Submit your blog post to Google after publishing. You can request indexing through your Google Search Console account.
First, sign in and paste your post URL into the bar at the top of the page.
Once you press enter, Google checks the URL is accessible and can be displayed. If it is, you can request indexing.
If the page is in Google’s database, you see a green tick. If Google hasn’t seen the post before, this is grey.
Select the ‘Request indexing’ link, and Google will schedule a scan of your content.
Click on ‘Got it’ to clear this message.
How To Check FAQ Schema
You can check the faq schema on your site by using your Google Search Console and Google’s rich result test tool.
Google Search Console
On your Google Search Console dashboard, under ‘Enhancements,’ select the ‘FAQ’ link.
Next, select the ‘Valid’ box.
Green indicates no errors. To view a list of indexed URLs, click on ‘Complete.’
Listed are all URLs that have faq schema.
Alternatively, paste your blog URL into the search box at the top of the screen and click on the search icon.
Google lists the indexed data stored for that URL.
If you don’t see the FAQ for your blog post, it could be that Google hasn’t indexed the page yet. Wait a few days and recheck the URL.
Google’s Rich Result Test Tool
Another way to check your faq schema is by using Google’s rich result test tool.
Paste your post URL into the box and select the ‘Test URL’ link.
There is a short delay while your post is analyzed.
Then you get the results page.
If your post is eligible for rich snippets, you get a green tick with a list of your results.
Add FAQ Schema To WordPress Posts Video Tutorial
Adding faq schema to WordPress posts is simple with the Yoast SEO plugin. With one click, you are ready to go.
Add as many questions and answers as you like. You can add photos and change the order of your questions. Once you have completed your post, submit your content to Google for indexing.
There are two methods to check your faq schema. The first method is with your Google Search Console account, and the second is with Google’s rich results test tool.
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