Q. What is FAQ schema?
Ans: It is a specialized markup code which is also known as structured data. This code can be added to a page with two or more questions. It helps search engines to understand that this content is presented in a question-answer format. When correctly marked up it enhances the chances of your content’s eligibility for rich snippets in the search results.
Q. How do I make a good FAQ page?
Ans: If you want to make a good FAQ page, you’ll need a well-structured FAQ schema markup, which you can get from this plugin. Apart from this, for a service-type site, you can create a separate page with common problems of your customers and use the FAQ of this plugin and customize it with the theme of your choice. It will be much better if you use the Accordion theme as it is user-friendly.
Q. Does FAQ schema improve CTR?
Ans: When FAQ schema is correctly applied, it does improve your CTR rate over time. As FAQ snippets take more space in SERP and the additional real estate on the SERP leads to a higher CTR.
Q. How do I add a FAQ schema in WordPress?
Ans: It’s really simple; you just need to install the FAQ schema WordPress plugin from your WP dashboard and activate it, just like any other plugin.
Q. Is this plugin responsive?
Ans: Yes, it is fully responsive, and the FAQ Schema WordPress plugin is compatible with all media devices.
Q. Where can I put the shortcodes?
Ans: You can put these shortcodes anywhere in the contents of your posts or pages.
Q. Does it work with any theme?
Ans: Yes, it will work with any standard WordPress themes which are built on WordPress guidelines.
Q. How can I add Accordion FAQs to my site?
Ans: After activating the plugin, you will see the “FAQ Schema” menu on your WordPress admin panel. From here, select the accordion theme and add your FAQs.
Q. How can I get support if the plugin is not working?
Ans: If you encounter any problems with our plugin or see that something is not working properly, simply do the following –
- Test the plugin with a WordPress default theme and see if the error is caused by the theme you are currently using or not.
- Disable all currently used plugins and check if the problem is still occurring.
If the above actions fail to solve the problem, you can submit a ticket on the Support page and describe your concern accurately. Make sure to specify the current version of your WordPress and plugin along with all other information that might help us solve your problem as quickly as possible.