Event Structured Data Generator

Generated Structured Data

Event Structured Data Generator

Event Structured Data Generator tool allows you to create structured data for events, helping search engines understand and display your event information more effectively in search results.

How to Use Event Structured Data Generator:

  1. Fill in the details of your event in the provided fields.
  2. As you input the information, the tool dynamically generates a preview of the structured data based on the provided details.
  3. Optionally, select checkboxes to include additional elements like offers, organizers, and performers.
  4. Once you’ve completed filling in all the necessary information, click the “Generate Structured Data” button.
  5. Copy the generated structured data from the designated section by clicking the “Copy Structured Data” button.

Event Structured Data Generator Fields:

  1. Event Name: Enter the name of your event.
  2. Event Description: Provide a brief description of your event.
  3. Event Image URL: Add the URL of an image related to your event.
  4. Attendance Mode: Select whether the event is held online or offline.
  5. Time Zone: Enter the time zone of the event.
  6. State: Specify the state where the event is located.
  7. Start Date: Choose the start date of the event.
  8. End Date: Choose the end date of the event.
  9. Include Offer: Check if you want to include an offer related to the event.
  10. Include Organizer: Check if you want to include information about the event organizer.
  11. Include Performer: Check if you want to include information about event performers.
  12. Location URL: Provide the URL related to the location of the event.

Event Structured Data Generator Generated Structured Data:
The tool generates structured data in JSON-LD format, adhering to the schema.org standard for events. This structured data includes:

  • @context: The context in which the data is presented, which is schema.org.
  • @type: Specifies the type of structured data, which is “Event” for an event entity.
  • Various properties such as event name, description, image, attendance mode, location, start date, end date, offers, organizer, and performer.