Organization JSON-LD Schema Generator

Form for generate JSON-LD Schema Markup

Use the following JSON-LD schema generator to generate the markup code for the organization:


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Your generated result will be seen below.

Result of JSON-LD markup generation


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About Generation of JSON-LD Organization Schema

What is Organization Schema?

The organization schema markup clarifies your company introduction: including official logo, location, contact info, list of founders, and social profiles; and it will appear as website snippet presence in the search engine results pages (SERPs).

Schema.org/Organization has more info on Organization structured data.

About this tool

The Organization Schema Generator is free tool that can help you quickly create the required structured data for your main page to be eligible for display as a rich result in Google search. This tool is simple as possible so you can generate structured data markup in a few simple clicks and You not need any coding experience to use these.

When schema markup are created properly, search engines get the basic information needed to optimally rank and display your site's page in search results. If not used, rankings and clickthrough rate will suffer.

How it Works?

Just fill in and select the necessary options and click "Generate", and you will receive JSON-LD markup. Copy the generated schema into the head of your website. Test it via Structured Data Testing Tool, in case of any mistake go back to the Organization JSON-LD Markup Generator tool and generate the code again.

Where to place the code?

The data, enclosed within the <script type="application/ld+json"> ... </script> tags as shown in the examples below, may be placed in either the <head>...</head> or <body>...</body> region of the page. Google can also read JSON-LD data when it is dynamically embedded in page content, for example, using JavaScript code.

If it’s data about your page (or what this page is about), you could place the script element in the <head>...</head>, because the head element is defined to contain metadata for the document.

In particular, a Organization is placed between <head>...</head> tag.

Examples of Organization JSON-LD markup

<script type="application/ld+json">
{
    "@context": "https://schema.org",
    "@type": "Organization",
    "name": "wtools",
    "url": "https://wtools.io/",
    "logo": "https://wtools.io/images/wtools180.png",
    "alternateName": "web Tools",
    "foundingDate": "2017",
    "sameAs": [
        "https://www.facebook.com/wtoools",
        "https://twitter.com/wtools_io"
    ]
}
</script>
<script type="application/ld+json">
{
    "@context": "https://schema.org",
    "@type": "Organization",
    "name": "wtools",
    "url": "https://wtools.io/",
    "logo": "https://wtools.io/images/wtools180.png",
    "alternateName": "web Tools",
    "legalName": "wtools",
    "foundingDate": "2017",
    "founders": [
        {
            "@type": "Person",
            "name": "first founder"
        },
        {
            "@type": "Person",
            "name": "second founder"
        }
    ],
    "address": {
        "@type": "PostalAddress",
        "streetAddress": "900 Lintin Bul 1231",
        "addressLocality": "New York",
        "addressRegion": "NY",
        "postalCode": "33444",
        "addressCountry": "USA"
    },
    "sameAs": [
        "https://www.facebook.com/wtoools",
        "https://twitter.com/wtools_io"
    ],
    "potentialAction": {
        "@type": "SearchAction",
        "target": "https://wtools.io/search?q={search_term}",
        "query-input": "required name=search_term"
    }
}
</script>