How Does SEMrush Check for Schema Markup?
Markups are made from standardized implementations known as syntaxes. There are three syntaxes which search engines will generally support (Microdata, JSON-LD, and microformats).
Schema.org can be implemented with Microdata and JSON-LD syntaxes. However, there may be a time when using SEMrush Site Audit and your statistics will show 0% under schema markup.
As an alternative solution, we suggest using the Google Data Testing Tool because that is able to check for JSON-LD.
- How is Site Health Score calculated in the Site Audit tool?
- Why does SEMrush say I have duplicate content?
- How many pages can I crawl in a Site Audit?
- How do I audit a subdomain?
- What Issues Can Site Audit Identify?
- Why does SEMrush say I have an incorrect certificate?
- What are unoptimized anchors and how does Site Audit identify them?
- What do the Structured Data Markup Items in Site Audit Mean?
- Why do working pages on my website appear as broken?
- Configuring Site Audit
- Site Audit Overview Report
- Site Audit Thematic Reports
- Reviewing Your Site Audit Issues
- Site Audit Crawled Pages Report
- Site Audit Statistics
- Compare Crawls and Progress
- Troubleshooting Site Audit
- Exporting Site Audit Results
- How to Optimize your Site Audit Crawl Speed
- Using SEMrush to Find Areas for Improvement on Your Website
- Optimizing Page Title and Meta Description via SEMrush