Schema markup and SEO go hand in hand, with schema enabling search engines to better understand the content of webpages. Fortunately, there are tools available that can help identify any existing schema on a page and even compare schemas between pages. With such tools, it's easy to analyze gaps in your current schema markup and ensure that you're providing complete information to search engines.
Add URL or JSON-LD below and click View my Schema to see the Schemas on the page or code.
Navigate to the schema comparison page add a URL of two pages you would like to compare and click on Compare schema, scroll down to see a which schemas are presented on each page and the structure of each schema, using this tool can help you get ideas of schemas that might be presented on your competitors page but not yours and might be relevant
Schema markup and structured data are two distinct forms of metadata that are used to provide more meaningful context to web content. Schema markup is a type of microdata, which consists of HTML tags that are embedded within the existing HTML code on a webpage and can be used to annotate content. Structured data, on the other hand, is a more comprehensive form of metadata that involves the creation of an entire data model based on certain criteria.