Announcing AIOSEO 4.2.5: Next-Gen Schema Generator to Improve Your SEO Rankings

Today, I’m super excited to share that the Next Generation of AIOSEO’s schema generator is now LIVE!

At All in One SEO, our goal is to provide you with the most powerful SEO tools to improve your website rankings, and you’re absolutely going to love this.

In version 4.2.5, our team reimagined the Schema Generator workflow to make it more beginner friendly, so you can get rich snippets and featured snippets more easily.

End result: more traffic and sales for your business.

Let’s quickly look at what this feature is and how you can utilize this new feature.

Improve Your Rankings and CTRs with our All-New Schema Generator

Our Next-Gen Schema Generator is a huge leap forward in WordPress schema markup implementation.

This powerful tool helps you easily embed JSON code (schema markup) into each post you create, even if you have no coding knowledge.

Adding schema in your content is very important because it helps search engines better understand what your page is about.

Websites with schema markup ends up getting rich snippets in Google search, leading to greater visibility and a boost in clickthrough rates.

Let’s briefly look at the main components of this powerful module.

1. An Ever-Growing Catalog of Schema Types

One of the biggest improvements we’ve made in our Next-Gen Schema Generator is to add a lot more schema types. Now AIOSEO comes with a rich catalog of schema types that you can add to your content with just a few simple clicks.

This includes product schema, book schema, event schema, job posting schema, FAQ schema, recipe schema, and basically any type of custom schema markup that you need.

We designed this part of the module to make it easier for users to add the right schema markup to each page or post.

AIOSEO's Schema Generator now comes with many schema markup types to choose from.

Adding your schema graph of choice is as easy as opening a post in editor mode, scrolling down to the AIOSEO Settings then clicking on Schema » Generate Schema.

Next, all you have to do is select the schema markup you want. A modal will then open up, enabling you to fill in the relevant information.

Select a schema type and fill in the relevant information and AIOSEO will output the code.

Once you’ve filled in all the fields, simply click the Add Schema button, and the schema code will be added to your page or post. 

Adding schema markup has never been easier, even if you’re new to WordPress and SEO!

And as we continue to improve, we will be adding more schema types in the near future.

In the meantime, if you don’t see the schema type you wanted to add, don’t worry, you can still add it in AIOSEO.

This brings us to another fantastic feature in our Next-Gen Schema Generator.

2. Create Custom Schema for Better Indexing

If your schema type is unavailable in our schema catalog, then you can always use our Custom Schema tool to add it.

Our team created this game-changer schema generator tool inside WordPress to enable you to add absolutely any type of schema markup to your content, even if it’s not included in our Schema Catalog.

Granted, you’ll have to use a 3rd party tool to generate the code, then paste it into the provided field in AIOSEO’s Custom Schema generator.

AIOSEO's Schema Generator also comes with a Custom Schema feature for adding schema types not in the catalog.

With AIOSEO’s Schema Generator, adding schema markup of any type is now a breeze, even if you have zero coding or technical skills. As a result, you can easily compete with bigger brands, even without enlisting the help of an SEO professional.

3. Create and Save Schema Templates

At AIOSEO, one of our top priorities is to help you save time with SEO tasks, and that’s why we’re excited to introduce Saved Schema Templates.

This feature allows you to save custom schema markups as templates, so you can avoid repetitive tasks and save time.

With this feature, adding the most used schema markup types to your content becomes much faster and easier.

To do so, save any schema type you edit as a template. You can also do the same for any custom schema you add.

You can also save your edited schema as a template.

This feature saves you time when adding schema to similar content types as you won’t have to fill in all the information about the schema you want to output. Instead, you can just add the scheme type from your template library and tweak it for that post if necessary.

Also, finding your templates and adding them to a post is super as they are all saved under the Your Templates tab. 

Templates are saved under the "Your Templates" tab.

4. Ensure Your Schema Code is Accurate with Our Schema Validator

Most schema generators will just generate schema code to add to your content.

But AIOSEO’s Schema Generator is not your average schema generator. That’s why it does much more.

Besides generating schema markup, our Schema Generator also enables you to test and validate the schema you’re outputting. This helps ensure the schema code you’re using is free of syntax errors and that it’s implemented correctly.

You can also validate your JSON code using our Schema Validation tool.

Again, the best part is you can test the schema code even if you’re not a coder!

And if you don’t want to use our Schema Validator, you can also copy the JSON code and paste it into any schema validation tool of your choice. 

Generating schema markup for your content is one of the most effective SEO tips trusted by professionals. It’s essential for proper indexing, getting rich results, and landing the featured snippet, among other things.

With AIOSEO’s next-generation schema generator, you can easily do this without any technical or coding knowledge. Whether you’re a professional SEO or new to the game, this powerful module makes SEO ranking much easier.

Besides this huge update to our plugin, we’ve made several notable improvements to many of the features you already love. You can see those in our full product changelog.

What are you waiting for? Update your site to AIOSEO 4.2.5 to unlock these new powerful features.

And if you’re not yet using AIOSEO, make sure to install and activate the plugin today. This is undoubtedly one SEO plugin you can trust to help you outrank your competitors.

Also, if you have any questions about these features, please comment below or reach out to our customer support team. We’re always ready to help.

Our commitment to making AIOSEO the easiest and best WordPress SEO plugin is only getting stronger as we continue to win together with our customers.

We’re so grateful for your continued support, feedback, and suggestions. Please keep those suggestions and feature requests coming.

We hope you enjoy using this new SEO feature as much as we enjoyed creating it.

-Benjamin Rojas (President of AIOSEO).

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Ben Rojas President of AIOSEO
Ben Rojas is an expert WordPress developer and the President of All in One SEO (AIOSEO). With a robust foundation in the IT sector spanning over 25 years, Ben has developed a profound expertise in technology and digital landscapes.

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5 comments on “Announcing AIOSEO 4.2.5: Next-Gen Schema Generator to Improve Your SEO Rankings

  1. Itz gonna really helpful for beginners like me… Otherwise it would have been a tidious job to create it.. keep on trying such amazing helpful tools

  2. Hi, i found an error in AIO Schema, the Author item is not showing in Post (Article Schema),
    i tried with basic Astra template and elementor pro template as well. how can i show Author info with article schema?
    Author define as thing not as person and rest all things are missing.

    1. Hi William. Thanks for the question. Schema markup, also known as structured data, is a semantic language that helps search engines better understand your content. It involves using tags that give search engines more context about your pages or posts.
      You can read more here