snip is an innovative Structured Data plugin for WordPress that creates Rich Snippets in search results. Structured Data is needed to help search engines understand the content on your page and give them explicit clues about the meaning of it. A nice side-effect is that you cat eye-catching search results on Google, Yandex, Bing and Co.
Rich Snippets are sometimes called show so called “Rich Search Results”. Those search results (SERPS) sometimes show stars, images and a lot more. Not only will this push your click-through rate, structured data is also a ranking factor of all major search engines and using it should give your WordPress site a major SEO boost, too.
- Please read the requirements carefully before you buy.
- Note that there is still no guarantee if and when that Rich Snippets show up in your search results. Read more about that in our FAQ: When do snippets show up on search results?
Please read the requirements before you buy (PHP 7, etc.).
Structured data news
Awesome fact in February ‘21 New Structured Data type: License for Images
Google announced to no longer deprecate the Structured Data Test Tool. Wohoo!
Awesome fact in February ‘20 New Structured Data type: License for Images
A new Structured Data is currently in Beta from Google: Image License Metadata.
Awesome fact in June ‘20 Google is retiring their Structured Data Test Tool
The Test Tools is no longer in active development. Instead the Rich Results Test Tool is now the best way to test your Structured Data.
Awesome fact in February ‘19: Get “Position Zero” on Search Results
Last week I’ve found a nice blog post from iThemes where Kevin D. Hendricks used the term “Position Zero” for search results. And Rich Snippets play a big role in this. Read more
Awesome fact in February ‘19
Google is testing Event Rich Snippets on Desktop.
Awesome fact in January ‘19
Google has a new “Rich Media” Tool
Awesome fact in December ‘18
Q&A Rich Snippets arrived in Googles Search Results
Awesome fact in September ‘18
Bing has announced, that their Webmaster Tools now has a JSON+LD tool that allows everyone to check if the structured data, that has been included on a site, has a valid syntax.
Awesome fact in May ‘18
Last month SearchEngineJournal wrote about the fact that structured data can improve targeting. And the coolest thing is that Google confirmed it! Here are some more facts
Awesome fact from Nov. ‘17
From a research paper put together with the team at WordLift, presented at SEMANTiCS 2017, TorqueMag documented that structured data is compelling from the digital marketing standpoint.
For the design-focused website freeyork.org, after three months of using structured data and Rich Snippets on their WordPress website they saw the following improvements:
- +12.13% new users
- +18.47% increase in organic traffic
- +2.4 times increase in page views
- +13.75% of sessions duration.
Isn’t it awesome? You can do it, too! With this plugin.