To put it in clear and obvious terms, Schema is awesome!! It’s basically a bit of code you can put on your Webflow site, that helps that site get found in web searches. This code snippet could give your project/ business the push it needs for you to get ahead of the competition.
Top Benefits of Schema Markup
By using this code snippet my site nocoded.co.uk has had over 100 hits from google searches in a couple of weeks, which may not sound a great deal but since this site is only a landing page at this stage with minimal data, that’s pretty amazing.
Luckily for us NoCoders the implementation is pretty straightforward and well covered by google documentation here https://developers.google.com/search/docs/guides/search-gallery. The code found on these pages can be added to any page on your site included CMS pages in the custom code section of the page in Webflow like this.
For a walkthrough on how to add this to your site check this amazing walkthrough by Jose Ocando https://youtu.be/LTqi1l0Qzv4
Schema is awesome, why wouldn’t you add it to your site. It’s a must and pretty easy to set up once you know-how.
When I was introduced to CrowdTek by its creator and founder Art West from Nocodedevs, and he stated that the tool was a one-platform system to manage all your business’s online presence, I was skeptical, to say the least. These were bold claims, very bold claims but I have to say, after a brief walkthrough (filmed here) I was sold.
Automation is becoming a huge business. Zapier recently announced that they have gone from a weekend side project to $50 million ARR with over 3 million customers. But Zapier has been one of the first to capitalize on this market but they are certainly not the last and others like parabola and integromat offer a slightly different take in a clearly very profitable market.