Yext Knowledge Tags
Make your website intelligent with powerful Schema software.
Intelligent services rely on structured data to provide rich experiences — so you need to ensure the data about your brand is structured in a way these services understand.
Schema Markup helps your website speak the language of intelligent services so they can understand, categorize, and structure the information about your brand.
By using Schema Markup, you’ll be able to power the information about your people, products, locations, events, and menus — wherever consumers are finding it.
You can’t optimize what you can’t measure. With Yext, you can get true visibility into how and when consumers interact with your website — and how those interactions drive real business. Yext delivers industry-standard analytics like page views, impressions, and customer actions (like clicks-to-website, phone calls, and driving directions). And it turns those analytics into insights by combining them with a complete view of your brand’s presence and performance across search engines, devices, and geographies.
Yext Analytics allows you to view your website and app data alongside your third-party listings analytics. You can even export the data to your favorite web analytics tool in order to uncover new opportunities to optimize your public facts and overall strategy.
Your web pages make up a living entity — one full of information about all sides of your business. But this information can change based on many factors (like time of year, management shifts, and company growth) so it’s critical to keep the facts about your brand up-to-date.
Knowledge Sync powers the data on your website directly from your Knowledge Graph — keeping the latest facts about your brand accurate and consistent with all of your listings on third-party sites.
A single source of truth for the public facts about your business.
Your centralized hub to manage all the facts consumers seek about you — from locations, professional credentials, events, products, and everything in between. The customer journey starts with a question, and your Knowledge Graph has the answer.