How to add Structured Content using Elementor Page Builder in WordPress
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In this video, we share how to add structured content to Elementor Page Builder within WordPress. The amazing Structure Content plugin for wordpress unfortunately does not contain a block for Elementor, so we show you how to add these elements using shortcodes
Why should I do this?
Google loves helping you, and loves web pages which help others. Essentially any web page that is helping other will index better then a page which is not – that is a bold statement, and of course there are 100’s of other factors to take into consideration like content, backlinks etc etc but if you are trying to get identified by google as a “good” web page, this is a good place to start.
What is is?
Structured Content, or structured data elements, is a piece of code (or element) on your web page which is better understood by the algorithms of different search engines. Google (and other search engines) identify these elements and say “hey, that’s something I am looking for, and flags it as good content.
What do I need?
Great, how do I add it?
For a full guide, please watch the video above. Essentially, follow the steps below:
The Short Code
The below short code should be used as an example, obviously changing the questions and answers to be relevant to your content. Ensure you leave all quotes and speech marks untouched, only changing the question and answer text
Structured Content FAQ
Below you will find frequently asked questions, and our answers