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2402, 2019

12 Reasons Project Supremacy v3 Schema Generator Is The Best Tool On The Market

By |February 24th, 2019|Features, Schema|5 Comments

#1 - PSv3 IS EASY TO USE Building even the most complex schema types, including multiple nested properties is easy with PSv3. Most of the Schema you'll build is simply filling in a form. If a nested Schema is requried, PSv3 will open a new window to build the next layer of Schema with the same form builder. Click save and you are done. #2 - PSv3 HAS EVERY TYPE OF SCHEMA The [...]

902, 2018

Tagging & Filtering

By |February 9th, 2018|Features|0 Comments

If you manage a lot of WordPress websites, than you need a quick way to quickly label your websites into easily searchable groups. For instance, you might have the following types of websites; Client Sites Personal Sites Affiliate Sites Private Blog Network Sites With Project Supremacy v3, you can quickly "tag" your sites by the type of site they are.  That way if you ever want to work on just a particular group of [...]

702, 2018

Schema Dupliator

By |February 7th, 2018|Features, Schema|0 Comments

Choosing the right type of Schema for your website and all it's pages or posts can be extremely challenging as there are hundreds of Schema properties. There is no science behind creating highly relevant mark ups.  There is only art. However with the Project Supremacy v3 Schema Duplicator, your job of choosing the best Schema Structure for your pages has just become a lot easier! While browsing Google's search results there are often great [...]

202, 2018

How To Get Star Ratings In Google SERP Listings

By |February 2nd, 2018|Features, Schema|0 Comments

Getting those little "Stars" to show in in the Google search results is easier than you can ever imagine.  All it requires is a bit of Schema code called "Aggregate Rating". Now there are many ways to do this but some are considered spammy, while others are trusted by Google and will never land you in hot water. We're going to outline both methods. From our testing so far, the more spammy way of [...]