We enabled RDF everywhere on a corporate multistore setup using a popular ecom platform aprx 1 month ago. All is well, RDF tests check out, we auth'd each domain->location->publisher, SNI->SSL->Everywhere + Qualys check out, everything is locked and loaded. 0 Errors for 3+ weeks since we enabled RDF, yet something is wrong. Do we have the CrazyGoogleRDF cousin or is this just the nature of running a multisite in RDF era?
It seems our stats are jumping all over the place.
In webmaster tools for example, its like a rollercoaster. Sites are bursting indexes of RDF entities up and they are losing them down in polar opposites areas. Its jumping around site to site with its priorities instead of indexing all consistently. There seems to be a very basic SERP correlation to this.
It refuses to find more reviews or backwards compatible reviews aggregate since 2 weeks ago. I know it works, ive seen it in ~12 entities in this batch, and hundreds in the past. It just refuses to understand them even on pages it has gotten to. Could this be because of "shared reviews" between multistore? Its like it just gave up and never came back to crawl more.
It has indexed some parts right, mixed between schema.org and backwards data-vocabulary. Example breadrumbs, prices, stock....so it knows they are an entity enough. But it gets a bit weird here, its going crazy with SERPs. One week a site will be king, the next another from our deck replaces it. One week stars, another none. One this, another that. Its like it has ADD....
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This seems to be related to Googles timing with expirimentations. See my answer below. If anyone has more/better, feel free to answer again :)