In some cases, you want to add more than one schema.org markup type to a page or a post. Technically speaking; Schema Premium allow you to do so, by simply creating as many schema.org markup types as you want, and target any content you like on your site.

However, Google recommends marking up a page about a specific thing. So, every page should include a single type of markup that presents the content of that page.

For example…

Let’s say you want to add a Product and FAQPage markup to target a specific page.

To get started with this, you will need to create those two schema.org types, then set the target location for that specific page in each type.

Target specific page within Schema type

Now, once you are done with creating the two entries for schema.org types. You will be able to see them listed under the Types section:

Schema types list screen

As you can see -in the screenshot above- both types are targeting the same specific page that has id=2.

This means when you edit that page, you should be able to see the Schema Properties post meta within page editor for both types, each in a separate tab.

Multiple schema.org type under tabs

Testing Structure Data

When you test your structured data with any of:

You will get something like this:

You’ve got the point.