Version 2.3.0 Release Re-Scheduled to February 12.

Holla! Here is Flo. I hope all of you are doing well. I just wanted to let everyone know that the release of version 2.3.0 has just been re-scheduled to February 12 as I need some more time for testing. Unfortunately I told some customers that the version will be read till the end of last week but that doesn’t work. So please lean back, relax and let me do my homework so that the upgrade will be smooth as silk within your WordPress install.

“Tied to another host” errors after updating

Some of our users currently get the message that they cannot update the plugin because of the error that says they purchase code is tied to another host. This may occur because we’ve updated our servers just this night so that it can also recognize subdomains.

As you may know: CodeCanyon only sells licenses that are bound for one domain. However subdomains are allowed.

If you still get the error, please follow the steps found here: I get an error that the domain is tied to another host.

Scheduled Maintenance

On Monday the new version 2.2.0 will arrive in your WordPress dashboard. To be prepared for this I’ll switch to a new server that allows to receive more requests made from the plugin. Continue reading

Research Paper Says Rich Snippets are Compelling

Some days ago I’ve read an interesting article about semantic data and how it affects a sites SEO. “Semantic data” in this case is the data you provide to search engines and that has been processed specially for them. In short: we’re talking about syntax and Rich Snippets.

If you don’t know what Rich Snippets are, go to the home page of this site to learn more.

The research paper I’m talking about were put together by a team at WordLift. Data results were presented at SEMANTiCS 2017 and posted on TorqueMag. I won’t go into every detail as you can read through the whole story yourself. However what blow my mind was the fact that a website was able

  • to get +12.13% new users,
  • saw a +18.47% increase in organic traffic,
  • increased page views +2.4 times,
  • and expanded session duration by +13.75%

Just by adding data! Sounds to good to be true? I’m telling you: it’s not. Why? Because and Rich Snippets are around for a while. It’s not something new. It’s not something special. Search engines force you to add semantic data to your website, too. Why not, using the Rich Snippet WordPress Plugin?


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Test this shortcode with Googles Structured Test Tool.

Event 2

[event2 name=”Fotokurz – za?áte?níci” street=”Masarykovo náb?eží 22″ zip=”110 00″ locality=”Praha 1″ country=”Czech Republic” url=”” start_date=”01.10.2018″ end_date=”02.10.2018″ organization=”Klub cestovatel?” image=”” price=200 availabilitystarts=”01.12.2017″]Etiam porta sem malesuada magna mollis euismod. Integer posuere erat a ante venenatis dapibus posuere velit aliquet. Maecenas sed diam eget risus varius blandit sit amet non magna. Praesent commodo cursus magna, vel scelerisque nisl consectetur et.[/event2]

Test this Site using the Structured Test Tool

Organization (no public)

[organizationnopublic url=”” telephone=”+49 (0) 89 / 29 01 36-1 00″ streetaddress=”Platzl 9″ locality=”München” region=”Bayern” postalcode=”80331″ countryname=”Germany” name=”Hofbräuhaus München”][/organizationnopublic]

On this page an organization shortcode has been included. It’s not visible to the public but can be found by search engines. Click here to check this with Googles Rich Snippet Testing Tool.


Address (no public)

[addressnopublic streetaddress=”Platzl 9″ locality=”Munich” region=”Bayern” postalcode=”80331″ countryname=”Germany”][/addressnopublic]

On this page a address shortcode is included but not visible to the public. Check the result with Googles Rich Snippet Testing Tool (scroll down to the end of the page to see the address).

Page with no public rating

This page has a rating which is not displayed to the public. But please note that Google don’t like hidden things. In fact this rating will maybe never show up on search results (because it’s hidden to the public). Click here to find out how this works (FAQ Question 8).

Test this page with the Rich Snippet Testing Tool

[rating_no_public itemreviewed=”WP-Buddy Rating Plugin” rating=”10″ reviewer=”WP-Buddy” dtreviewed=”22.04.2013″ best=”10″ worst=”1″][/rating_no_public]


[restaurant name=”Hofbräuhaus München” ratingvalue=”8″ streetaddress=”Platzl 9″ addresslocality=”Muenchen” addressregion=”BY” postalcode=”80331″ telephone=”+49 (0) 89 / 29 01 36-1 00″ url=”” openinghours1=”Mo-Su 09:00-23:30″ openinghours2=”” categories=”Bavarian,German” pricerange=”$$” image=””][/restaurant]

Test with Google Rich Snippet Testing Tool

This shortcode is not part of the examples. But you can install it on your own by copy&pasting the sourcecode from this page: Rich Snippets Code Examples