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yes Google does not guarantee to show structure data in search results and what I have observed Google generally show structure data for some of the particular categories like for products, events, books, movies etc.


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In short, Google don't guarantee Rich Snippets will be shown even if correctly coded. Google does not guarantee that Rich Snippets will show up for search results from a particular site even if structured data is marked up and can be extracted successfully according to the testing tool. ...


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The logo property is a sub-property of the image property. That means that whenever you use logo, you are implicitly also using image. And logo can currently only be used for a few types (Brand, Organization, Place, Product, Service), while image is defined for Thing, so it can be used everywhere. It does not necessarily have to make sense to use both ...


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I'd use it where you have both a logo and a feature image on a page, like this: This page isn't actually marked up like this, but you could set logo for the actual Crocs logo on the right, and image for the banner featuring the product on the left.


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The code seems in order. But one of the guidelines for use of AggregateRating "Make sure the reviews and ratings you mark up are readily available to users from the marked-up page. It should be immediately obvious to users that the page has review or ratings content." Reviews, I suppose, aren't present on the website. And I am guessing that you don't link ...


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@unor posted detailed answers here: New required mainEntityOfPage for article structured data http://stackoverflow.com/questions/34466028/how-to-implement-mainentityofpage-to-this-specific-site/34467088#34467088 It would be much easier to understand if Google's structured data testing tool would remove the warning if you don't specify ...


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Yes, Google supports JSON-LD for most things, and I can confirm from personal experience that Google supports JSON-LD Article rich snippet. If the Structured Data Testing Tool shows ‘All good’ for the rich snippet, it's almost certainly going to be read correctly (but of course Google has no obligation to show it in the SERPs). Google seems to update the ...



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