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Why should I use rich snippets?

According to the schema.org website search engines including Bing, Google, Yahoo! and Yandex rely on this markup to improve the display of search results, making it easier for people to find the right web pages. In fact: you can increase Click through rate.

Which snippets are supported by Google at the moment?

On their support sites the Google-guys wrote that the following snippets are supported:

  • Reviews
  • People
  • Products
  • Businesses and organizations
  • Recipes
  • Events
  • Music
I’ve tested all snippets with the rich snippet testing tool. And they all seemed to work except the recipe ones. It doesn’t work even if you use their own example. I don’t really know if this is a bug in the rich snippet testing tool. It also seems that Google wants to replace the “People” rich snippet with their own Author-Snippet to show the Google+ profile picture beside search results. For this you can find another plugin here: Google+ Author Information in Search Results. Please note: It belongs to Google if rich snippets are shown in actual search results for your website. I hope this helps Greetings

Can you show me a live example?

On my demo page it took about 1 month to get Google showing it up in the search results. Now they’ve disappeared suddenly. This is maybe because Google wants you to use the snippets on a regular basis and not only on one or two pages. You can read more about this here. You can see: it belongs to Google if rich snippets are shown for your search results or not. If your snippet shows up correctly in the rich snippet testing tool, everything is fine and if the Google engine thinks it would be cool to show it on your search results then they will show it. Unfortunately there is no guarantee.

Where can I find the documentation?

You can find the documentation.pdf within the ZIP file you use for installing it on wordpress.

How do I edit the capabilities?

I know that capabilities in WordPress are hard to understand. If you want to know how the capabilities work, please read the following:
  • edit shortcode: Should the role get permission to edit a shortcode?
  • read shortcode: Should the role get permission to read the shortcode (in the fronted)?
  • delete shortcode: Should the role get permission to remove a shortcode?
  • edit shortcodes: (Please not the “s” at the end”) Should the menu-item in the admin panel be shown to the role?
  • edit others shortcodes: Should the user get permission to edit shortcodes which are created by others?
  • publish shortcodes: Should the role get permission to actually publish shortcodes so that they can be used in posts or pages?
  • read private shortcodes: Should the role get permission to read shortcodes that are marked as private?
  • create shortcodes: Should the role get permission to create new shortcodes?

Does it work with WooCommerce?

After digging around a lot with WooCommerce I’ve found that the “Product rich snippet” is already included there. But I do not know how to activate this. So please ask the Woo Staff how to do this. If you don’t want to use the WooCommerce built in product schema you have to rename the shortcode to something else then “Product” because it seems that WooCommerce uses this shortcode as well. Furthermore the Rich Snippets do work where shortcodes are working. If WooCommerce supports shortcodes in the fields where you want to use them, then you can include whatever snippet you want.

Does it work with WPML?

I’ve checked the plugin with the WPML plugin and it works with the latest version (2.6.1) and String Translation Plugin (v. 1.5.1). Even on my testsite. To activate the functionality you have to translate all shortcodes on your own. I’ve found a help page on wpml.org that maybe helps you out. The hint is that you have to make the shortcodes page type translatable.

Where can I find more products by WPBuddy?

Please go to my products page. Thank you very much!

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