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Get Your Website Found and Give Meaning To Your Content With Schema Markup

Get found by consumers, no matter what search engine the query. Search engines use specific html tags, known as "schema" to identify, classify and understand your content and context to match it to the most relevant search queries.

When you want to improve your SEO efforts, the chance of getting found and how your webpage is displayed by search engines, add Schema Markup.

Milestone's CMS automatically optimizes entities with contextual schema tags and makes it easier for search engine bots to understand the primary content on a business website. 

At Milestone, we deploy more than 280 schemas on your site within our award-winning CMS or by integrating into a third-party CMS.
280 types of schema on the Milestone CMS

280 types of schema markup on the Milestone CMS

The Milestone CMS includes more than 280 different schema markups in our CMS platform. We ensure that your website content is tagged with the right schema and json coding, which allows deep indexing of your website for better visibility and position in search.
  • 280+ schema markups for rich saturation
  • Get more visibility through deeper indexing across major search engines
  • Define what your business does and the value proposition

The Milestone CMS is built to organize the content on your website in a hierarchical structure. 

SEO schema tags on a 3rd party CMS

SEO schema tags on a 3rd party CMS

Enterprise sites with thousands of pages and hundreds of locations and products can leverage Milestone's schema tag manager. Financial and automotive brands wanting to ensure their ATMs and branches get found and retailers who want to index thousands of SKUs see huge benefits from schema coding on any content manager system. 
  • Deploy schema tags on 3rd party systems
  • Tags deployed in tag manager
  • Increase search engine visibility

From local business schema to product schema markup, we are in line with Google's guidelines. Focus on your business, and we'll focus on your schema markup

Case Studies

Renault Euro Mexico Increases Customer Visits to Dealerships By 30%
Schemas and AMP, mobile speed 3.5X more than competitors and 39% more leads
Evergreen Home Loans
Evergreen Home Loans
Business profiles of 66 branches optimized to improve Local presence and discoverability.
Ask our experts

    Schema is best described as search engine language. Schema is a microdata code placed on your website to talk to search engines and describe your content. This helps search engines not only understand your site, but also determine how relevant it is to a search query. When your website is found in the search engine results page (SERP), a searcher can see your title, website URL and the meta description. Schema tags display additional information about your product or service such as price, event, location, and much more. Schema tags helps your potential customers find the information they need that is more targeted to their search.
  • How is Schema Markup helpful for SEO?

    Search engines are guided by content. However, because the internet or world wide web is more complex than it ever has been, technical SEO is getting more difficult to implement. Google crawlers are more advanced, but still not perfectly able to decipher all the information on your website or page. For content marketers and SEO experts, structured data increases site traffic and overall click-through rates. Semantic SEO provides context to your website and using schema markup helps them become more visible. When you implement schema markup into your SEO strategy, you increase the odds of your business being found and not left behind.
  • Why does structured data matter?

    With the increasing rise in voice search technology, structured data helps communicate with your website or web page. It helps create a relationship and purpose that search engines can understand across media channels such as emails, social media, and other websites. More and more websites are getting found through rich snippets because of schema and other structured data.
  • What are the different schema markup types?

    From articles and blogs to restaurants and events, there are many schema markup types that can help boost your visibility and overall ranking in search. Here are just a few of the most popular types of schema markup:
    • Organization Schema Markup – gives company information from logo, contact info, location, social media profiles, and the official name.
    • Person Schema Markup – lists personal details like name, birthdate, address, family members and education.
    • Local Business Schema Data Markup – companies use this to showcase their branch information of address, hours, menu, contact info, social media profiles, etc.  
    • Product Schema Markup –used for selling a product or service that displays price, name of product and other details.
    • Article Schema Markup – blogs, news and articles.
    • Video Schema Markup – helps Google crawl and index videos.
    • Breadcrumbs Markup – lists the page path and reduces bounce rates.
    • Event Schema Markup – information for events such as concerts, festivals and webinars date, location and price.

    This is only a few of the most popular. Contact us today to learn more about how our Schema Manager can help your business.

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