FAQ Schema Generator Json

This small tool helps you generate Schema for FAQs with Json-LD codes. When you have FAQ Schema in your articles, they will have rich results in Google search pages. The FAQ Schema Generator Json is easy to use, which can reduce FAQ Schema errors, compared with manual work.
You just need to enter the question and answer in the form below. The tools will automatically mark up the Shema structure with Json-LD codes.
Choose the "Add +" button if you want to add more Frequently Asked Questions as much as you want to create.
Then, select the "Copy Schema" button. And a form will ask you to confirm the copy of FAQ Schema codes. Click on "Ok".
That is already to paste the FAQ Schema Markup into your posts of pages. Please use HTML mode when you paste these codes into your articles to get better results. Quick guide: Add questions and answers => Copy Schema => Ok. Paste it on your page.


JSON-LD FAQ Schema Code

About generating FAQ to create a rich snippet

Does FAQ rich snippet still work?

Yes, it does. FAQ rich snippet can increase click-through your website, meaning your website has more chances to get more traffic when showing FAQ snippet on the Google search results.

Should I use the faq page schema generator to create a FAQ for all pages?

You can use as much as you can. Until now, Google does not tell about the limit to care faq page schema for your website.
The thing you need to pay attention to comes to the relevant topics on questions and answers when you use to create FAQ schema.

Should I generate an FAQ schema for my homepage?

No, you should not. The homepage is a special page of all of the websites. Google will have different ways to crawl and index your main page.
So, generating an FAQ schema for the homepage is not a good choice.

Can I have the same content of FAQ schema for multi-page?

Not, you cannot do that. The same content of FAQ schema for multi-page causes double content, which will hurt your SEO ranking.
You have to avoid creating the same questions and answers for many pages. Each question and answer group must be unique.

Should I create a separate page with only questions and answers for FAQ markup?

It is better you create a section, called Frequently Asked Questions, at or near the end of a blog post.
Then, you write questions and short-but-enough-info answers that are related to the topic of your article. After that, you generate an FAQ schema to get code to install in the post.