SNIP is a WordPress plugin that generates Rich Snippets and Rich Search Results using Structured Data and Schema. Structured Data is required to aid search engines in comprehending the material on your page and providing specific cues as to its significance. You get eye-catching search results on Google, Yandex, Bing, and other search engines as a great side benefit.
“Rich Search Results” is another name for Rich Snippets. Those search results (SERPS) may include celebrities, photos, and much more. Not only will this increase your click-through rate, but structured data is also a ranking criterion for the major search engines, so adopting it on your WordPress site should help with SEO as well.
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Features: SNIP: Structured Data Plugin for WordPress
Markup structured data in a computer-assisted manner
WordPress structured data is a technological topic. It’s great because you only have to build up one schema before automating it. This feature is known as “Global” snippets. The schema templates come in useful because they can be used on all of your posts once they’ve been configured. You get to choose where you want to go. It’s as simple as defining some rules. It’s finished!
To get started, SNIP provides thorough schema documentation. For the past eight years, the documentation has been steadily increasing. There aren’t many questions that haven’t been answered. Regardless of your ability level, my documentation can assist you. If you’re absolutely new to structured data, the free Structured Data Course will undoubtedly be of assistance.
Structured data, without a doubt, aids in improved search engine rankings. It’s because of the bits of code that inform search engines exactly what kind of material to expect on your site. They will be able to comprehend the topic better this way. On search results pages, certain Structured Data snippets are displayed as Rich Search results, which is a distinct manner of showing your material on the search engine results page (SERP).
CTR (Click-Through-Rate) Increase
For a certain search, there are millions of results. Everyone wants the user to select their own search result. This can be accomplished by presenting it in a new way. Yes! This is genuinely effective. And it’s done in WordPress using schemas, which are inserted as structured data. Rich Snippets and Rich Search Results are created by some of them. The search results then appear “different,” for example, they are larger, include a picture, a star rating, or other information such as product prices and availability.
Believe me when I say this: This is something you must have! You’ll undoubtedly outperform your rival!
Custom Fields Can Be Added (for schema properties)
You may arrange anything the way you want it with the built-in and world’s first Structured Data Generator. You want to automate as much as possible, of course. That, too, is doable. So-called “field kinds” automatically fill schema properties and do so in a different way for each article. You can load data from WooCommerce as well as the Postmeta database in WordPress. You’ve used Advanced Custom Fields to construct fields? For the most part, SNIP can read these and insert them into a schema automatically.
Changelog: SNIP: Structured Data Plugin for WordPress
2.28.1 (Oct. 29, 2021) Fix: Rows did not sort correctly. 2.28.0 (Oct. 19, 2021) New: Show count of schemas in the post list. Fix: Caching was active after initial activation of the plugin even the checkbox on the settings page was turned OFF. Fix: Settings with a default value of true (checkbox ON) were not stored correctly if they were unchecked. Updated language translation. 2.27.0 (Oct. 13, 2021) New filter: wpbuddy/rich_snippets/rule/query 2.26.0 (Sept. 9, 2021) New: Allow to fetch data from blocks. Read more about it here. 2.25.7 (Aug. 4, 2021) Fix: Added missing JS file. 2.25.6 (Aug. 4, 2021) [PRO] Fix: Make sure that post meta values are returned as an array correctly [PRO] Improvement: Load JS files from disk instead of the API. 2.25.5 (July 9, 2021) Fix [PRO]: ACF fields did not fill correctly if there were sub-schemas included that runs through a loop. 2.25.4 (July 9, 2021) Fix [PRO]: Post meta field was not selectable in some cases. Fix [PRO]: Post meta value did not return arrays correctly. 2.25.3 (June 15, 2021) Fix [PRO]: ACF fields did not retrieve correct values on taxonomy pages. 2.25.2 (May 20, 2021) Fix [PRO]: ACF Repeater loop did not work on category pages. 2.25.1 (May 12, 2021) Fix [PRO]: Fatal error when ACF is not active. 2.25.0 (May 10, 2021) New [PRO]: Support ACF repeater fields in loops. Fix: Overriding with descendant types did not work correctly. Updated language translations. 2.24.2 (Apr. 28, 2021) New: Master Key support (for volume licenses). 2.24.1 (Apr. 22, 2021) [PRO] Fix: Overridable field wasn’t actually overridable when field type was != textfield. Updated language translations. 2.24.0 (Apr. 21, 2021) [PRO] New: First set of Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) support. Read this post on what’s supported yet. New filter: wpbuddy/rich_snippets/allowed_html Fix: Arrows were converted to HTML special chars but object vars could not be accessed then. Enhancement: Return field type list in alphabetical order. 2.23.1 (Mar 12, 2021) [Free] Setup Wizard: Fix warning when descendants are loading. [Free/Pro] Setup Wizard Fix: Individual Textfield was gone when Prev button was used 2.23.0 (Mar. 12, 2021) New Setup Wizard. Updated language translations. 2.22.4 (Feb. 23, 2021) [Pro] Fix: Prevent support menu counter to constantly ping the API on WP sites where transients are not working correctly. 2.22.3 (Feb. 14, 2021) Fix: WooCommerce: Offers field type returned LimitedAvailabilit even when stock management on a product level has been turned OFF. 2.22.2 (Feb. 8, 2021) [Free/Pro]: WP 5.7 compatibility: Removed old jQuery functions Added feedback tool Updated language translations