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I need to add some schema mark up to a website - I can get to the code injection through the advanced settings for each page but how does it look when the schema mark up is added? Do i just paste in the generated schema mark up from the google genertor?

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This is a tool that we've used quite a bit actually. It's from "hall analysis" and Raven tools I think? https://hallanalysis.com/json-ld-generator/

You can use it to build out your own Schema script, and then paste it where it needs to go. I'm not sure how you'll implement it in your site, but I've noticed it's pretty helpful because so many of the tools and free plugins have strange limitations. Let me know if this helps in your scenario!

I am the owner of [FeedbackWrench Web Design, SEO, and marketing][1] out of Minnesota. I help small business with their web presence, business development and finances. [1]: https://feedbackwrench.com

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Wow this is great news, was just wondering the best practice for adding Schema to a Squarespace website.

Howdy! I'm Greg Beddor a [Portland SEO][1] Consultant, web developer and [search engine optimization specialist][2]. I build websites using Squarespace, Wordpress, Drupal, Cold Fusion & good old fashion HTML. [1]: http://www.gregbeddor.com [2]: https://www.gregbeddor.com/portland-seo-company/

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