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In a single product page, should I provide Schema.org structured data for the related products, too?

As an example, this is a page of my ecommerce. As you can see, there are 5 Product items in the page. One for the product, and 4 for the related products. Should I remove (or change) them?

  • In which way are the products related? – unor Nov 15 '18 at 14:23
  • What are you hoping to get out of adding schema? It doesn't help with rankings and Google doesn't show special search results for just any schema. It has a list of schema that it actually uses: developers.google.com/search/docs/guides/search-gallery If you have to ask if you should use schema the answer is probably "No". – Stephen Ostermiller Nov 15 '18 at 15:25
  • There's no obvious benefit to it at the moment, so maybe it's best to keep things simple. Saying that, if lots of people mark it up, Google may decide it is of use to them. – Tony McCreath Nov 18 '18 at 22:52
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You don't need to provide Schema information for related products. Adding Schema information to the main product of each page is enough to make you eligible for product rich snippets in Google Search.

What will happen is that Google's crawler will automatically follow the links to your related products and index their Schema data from their own main pages.

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