I have a classified ads website at http://www.gastonia.com. We are redoing the architecture to be HTML5 compliant as well as heavily use Microdata from Schema.org.
Given that most things there are used, is Product vocabulary still the correct choice?
Given the responses so far, Farrukh gave a link with more details. This was on the page:
The following guidelines apply to product snippets: When using product markup, the main topic of the page should be about a specific product. Product markup on listing pages is not supported. The product should be available for purchase directly on the page. We do not support product markup for pages that require a user to visit separate seller's site or contact a seller offline to complete a purchase. Adult-related products are not supported. If the product has been reviewed by a single reviewer, the reviewer’s name needs to be a valid name for a Person (e.g. "James Smith") or Team/Organization (e.g. "CNET Reviewers"). For example, "50% off on Black Friday" is not a valid name.
Note the guideline that the object should be available for purchase directly from the page. Do you think that disqualifies using the Product vocabulary?