How To Put FAQ Schema In Blogger 2022

Dear readers, you might have seen frequently asked questions on blogger websites. The admin might have also used FAQ Schema in Blogger.

Putting schema might be a little tricky in Blogger. It is not as convenient as it is on WordPress, Bootstrap, Drupal, Joomla, or anything. However, I am going to guide you on how to put FAQ Schema in Blogger.

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Before, moving ahead. Let me suggest that I have used FAQ Schema in this blog. So, the advantage of using FAQ schema along with FAQ is that it can help search engines like Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, etc. to provide rich results to the search engine consumers.

If they search with questions, the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages) can display answers to the specific question along with a link to the original website.

The use of FAQ in Blogger has been a wonderful SEO Strategy For Blogger websites given that Blogger/Blogspot does not currently provide space for plugins on SEO.

What is FAQ Schema?

FAQ is the feature in the blogposts that helps search engines extract the answers to the specific questions asked by the search engine consumers.

How does FAQ help in SEO?

FAQ helps in ranking your website on the first page of the SERPs unless there are more competitors with schemas.

Does the SERPs display answer only?

No, the SERPS display both answer and the link to the original blog post containing FAQ

Putting FAQ Schema in Blogger is a little tricky. You can not use plugins like RankMath which has been mostly used in WordPress platforms. You need to perform the following steps for adding FAQ Schema in Blogger:

1. First create the blog post (in Blogger) with the answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs)

2. Visit the FAQ Schema Generator.
3. On that website, work for a while typing in FAQs and the answers.
4. After you are done with typing copy the generated codes
5. Edit the original blog post in Blogger in HTML editor
6. Paste the  schema on the bottom of all the codes.
7. Save the post


After doing all these, copy the URL of your blog post and submit it to the URL Submission Area in Google Search Console. Google’s bots will come to your post and identify the Schema in it. Who knows, your post may rank highest in certain keyword(s) and questions!


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