To carry out a structured data audit you first need to setup Sitebulb to collect structured data when it crawls your website.
For the purpose of this guide we’re going to assume that you want to create a new project, but the same process can be followed if you’re setting up a new audit within an existing project, or setting up a previous audit to re-run including structured data.
Once you click the ‘Start a new Project’ button, you’ll be presented with the form below:
Name your project and add the URL of your website. Once you click 'Save and Continue', you'll be taken to the 'Audit Setup' page.
On the audit setup page, scroll down the the 'Extraction' section and tick the 'Structured Data' checkbox as shown below:
That's it - you're good to go! If you click 'Start Now' the audit will run with the Sitebulb crawler collecting structured data from your website.
The structured data extraction can be enabled alongside any other data collection options. But consideration should be given to resource requirements as some websites can contain extensive structured data and result in resource intensive audits.
Once your audit has finished running, you'll find the structured data section in the main, left hand navigation menu:
If you navigate to the structured data section of the tool you'll first be presented with the structured data overview as shown in the screenshot below:
From here, you can explore your structured data further using the tabs across the top.