I am looking to have the product prices appear as part of the product description on Google via Rich Snippets.

Currently, if someone reviews any of my products, the average rating shows up in the Rich snippet area (grey between the blue title/link and the description (black)).

The fact the rating is showing up is leading me to believe that Rich Snippets is already activated/encorporated.

I was wondering if someone could help me show the price of the product alongside the rating?

I have done a lot of googling and found that WooCommerce supports schema.org by default and am keen to know if anyone can help me activate it?

I have checked my pages using Googles Structured Data Testing Tool and all the required schema is present. However, it doesn't show up on a search.

  • Please edit the question to add the code you're using so users can see if there's something missing or needed.
    – dan
    Apr 1, 2018 at 23:43
  • @dan I am not using any specific code. I am using the default settings from Woocommerce. I have tested using the Google Structured data Testing Tool and apparently all relevant information is there with the Schema.org structure but it doesnt display in the search results.
    – SupGen
    Apr 1, 2018 at 23:50
  • In the right-side of the Structured Data Testing Tool under "Detected" you should see the Item. Click on that and copy the code pertaining to it on the left-side in the HTML starting with "@context": "http://schema.org" You should note that Google decides what it thinks should be displayed and that structured data are just clues for it to selectively use.
    – dan
    Apr 2, 2018 at 0:00
  • There really isn't enough information here to be able to answer this, so it's being put on hold until you add the code discussed above.
    – dan
    Apr 19, 2018 at 0:36