We are delighted that you are interested in using Schema App Schema Markup BigCommerce App. Below you will find the four steps to follow to install the App and have your store optimized within the hour. Once you install the App, it will optimize any new products added. No coding is required to use the Schema App Big Commerce App.
- Step 1: Find Schema App Schema Markup in the App Marketplace.
- Step 2: Install Schema App Schema Markup App.
- Step 3: Enter Payment Information
Step 1: Find Schema App Schema Markup in the App Marketplace.
Search for Schema App or Schema Markup. You can also find it under the section Marketing>Search Engine Optimization.
Step 2: Install Schema App Schema Markup App.
Click on Launch to start the install process.
Step 3: Enter Payment Information
Schema App will prompt you to enter your email, credit card information and agree to the $45/month fee. Schema App uses Stripe to process payments.
Now, navigate to the Footer Scripts in your store. Go to Storefront>Footer Scripts.
Now you are done! Within the hour, the schema markup will be generated and your products, product options, reviews and blogs will be automatically optimized!
Custom Schema Markup
Now that you have setup the automatic schema markup, you have the option of adding schema markup to additional pages using the Schema App Tool.
When you signed up, you should have received an email that said, Welcome to Schema App. This email contains your login information to the Schema App Pro Tools.
Schema App Pro tools are a software as a service where you can easily create schema markup for your store homepage, about page, contact page, services and more.
Step 1: Setup an Onboarding Call
Setup an onboarding call with our Customer Success Team here. If you rather watch an onboarding call virtuall, watch it out here. During the onboarding call we show you around the tools, and help you optimize your first page – the homepage.
Step 2: How to create Schema Markup for your Store
Creating markup for your store is very important. We want to make sure that it describes what you do, and where you provide your services. In Schema.org if your store serves the world, it is an Organization. Here is a video on how to optimize your Organization in Schema App.
If your store serves a Local area, then it is a LocalBusiness, as shown in this video.
Step 3: Schema Markup for Contact Page
Create schema markup for your contact page. If you followed all the steps in the previous video, your contact page may already be done. If not, then follow these steps.
Step 4: Schema Markup for Services Pages (Optional)
Do you offer services in addition to your products? If so, then for the pages where you describe your services, we want to add Services Schema Markup, as shown in this video.