Add schema structured data to any page or post type. Create an SEO friendly contact card with your business info and associated schema.
Add schema structured data to any page and/or post type on your site. Also easily create a contact card to add all your business details with the correct structured data. Enhance your site with SEO friendly Schema.org markup.
The plugin comes with a database of every organization type schema and every rich results type. With this you can easily create a new schema element and assign a specific structured data type to a page, an individual post, an entire post type, or to your site as a whole.
Each schema and rich results type comes with its corresponding properties/fields, as per schema.org. When you add a schema element, you can fill in each of these properties with defaults that you want to apply to all posts/pages that have the schema. You can then customize each property directly on the post edit screen, should you need to make a change for a specific page or post.
Whether you’re running your website for a local business, a corporation, a restaurant, a specific project, a sports team, or any other type of organization, with just a few clicks, you can have the correct schema added to your pages, to help enhance your results in search engines!
The Five Star Business Profile and Schema plugin is also perfect for adding your contact details to any page on your site. It comes with a handy form to help you fill in your info, which then gets automatically included on your site both as a contact card and as schema structured data, using the new JSON-LD format.
Includes Gutenberg schema block for displaying your contact details! You can also use the contact shortcode or widget to add in the structured data to your vcard. These allow you to display the following business contact info on any page:
For all of this information, the correct schema.org markup is added, in the new JSON-LD format. This helps search engines, like Google, discover your address, phone number and opening hours, so they can display them with your listing on Google.
Choose from a wide array of microdata item types for your business schema, including:
The integrated Google Maps features allow you to enhance your location structured data by displaying a business map on your site with full schema support. Your business location, including the business address, will be displayed on a map (with the correct map schema), as well as in text with the correct location microdata.
Business Profile supports multiple locations. This powerful feature works great for businesses that have several offices, for delivery services, for restaurants with multiple locations, etc. Business location schema is added to each entry and you can showcase your details using the Gutenberg schema block, via the location shortcode or with the included widget. For help getting started with this, you can visit:
The multiple location structured data for your business also syncs up with the Five Star Restaurant Reservations to automatically offer a dropdown in your reservation form, so people can pick which location they want to book at. You can choose separate organization schema, corporation schema or local business schema for each new location you create, so each schema shortcode and each page’s contact info is uniquely optimized with SEO and search results in mind.
The premium version of the Five Star Business Profile and Schema plugin comes with several extra features that will help you set up and refine your structured data more quickly and more accurately.
These include a default helper functionality for your schema. This option adds a big list of default values to the plugin and allows you to easily populate each schema property with one of these values. No need to be familiar with all the different schema properties and types. Just choose the default you want from the included list and you’re off and running!
The premium version also includes new integrations that will help you automatically apply specific structured data to certain areas of your site. For example, the WooCommerce Integration option will automatically add full Product schema to your WooCommerce shop, helping to enhance the search results for your products.
There is also a posts integration option, which will automatically add Article rich snippets to the default Posts post type. This way, all your articles and blog posts can have the correct schema, without the need for manually inputting it each time you add a new post.
Key premium features include:
This schema structured data and contact card plugin is one part of our suite of plugins designed to give you the best WordPress business and restaurant experience. Our plugins provide an intuitive and easy-to-use interface that make sure you don’t lose out on business to your competitors. For more info:
Restaurant Reservations plugin that lets your customers reserve a table directly on your site.
Restaurant Menu plugin that lets your customers view your full menu directly on your site.
This plugin is packed with templates and hooks so you can extend it as needed. Read the developer documentation.
To create a business profile with schema structured data:
Adding your contact card and business profile to a page:
To add a map and schema to your business profile:
Enable multiple locations, each with unique business structured data.
Customize your location schema and business contact card by making use of the available options, found in the Settings area of the plugin admin.
For a list of specific features, see the Restaurant Menu description page here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/food-and-drink-menu/.
For help and support, please see:
Yes, you can use
[contact-card]. The documentation includes all of the shortcode attributes.
Google now requires that you have your own API key to display a map on your website. The documentation includes a walkthrough to help you generate a Google Maps API key.
Unfortunately, in some cases Google is unable to find the right latitude and longitude to match your address.
In some cases, you may be able to get it to properly locate you by tweaking the address. Sometimes Google just needs a bit of help. Once you’ve got the right coordinates you can go back and restore your original address, and save the form without touching the coordinates again.
If you’re unable to get Google to recognize your location, the best thing to do is to leave the Google Map out when you print your contact card. You will also want to hide the Get Directions link, because Google will guide your customers to the wrong location.
There’s not much I can do about this, unfortunately. Even if you were able to manually set the latitude and longitude, Google would still show bad directions, because it uses the address, not the coordinates, for this feature.
This allows you to let search engines like Google know exactly what kind of business you run.
That way, when someone looks for a real estate agent or a restaurant in your area, they’ll know to include you in their search results.
You may not find a type that’s a perfect match for your business. Choose the option that’s most appropriate for your business, and fall back to a more generic type, such as Local Business, if you need.
Showing the JSON-LD schema output on a post page.
The schema create/edit screen.
Display a full contact card on the front-end with the shortcode [contact-card] or use the widget to add it to a sidebar.
An easy-to-use form lets you add all of the information, locate the correct map coordinates and set up your opening hours.
Choose what information to display with the widget, or check out the shortcode attributes in the help document included.
Optional multi-location support to easily display all of your locations.
Add a contact card to any page or post with the block.