Support » Plugin: snip - Structured Data & Schema » Does not work well

  • At first, it looks promising, but unfortunately, it (free version) just does not work well for me. Although google recognizes there is a rich snippet for recipes, some crucial elements will not be displayed (e.g. title & description), instead I will still have the regular blog post title and some random teaser text from a blog post text component.. UPDATE: also depends google

    • This topic was modified 6 days, 2 hours ago by mjlennox86.
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  • Plugin Author Florian Simeth

    (@floriansimeth)

    Hey there,
    and thanks for your post.

    Did you check your post with Googles Structured Data Test Tool? Are there any errors and/or other schemas that you’re using?

    You can also share an URL and I can have a look.

    Thread Starter mjlennox86

    (@mjlennox86)

    Hi Florian,

    thanks for your reaction.
    (I would have contacted you before the review, but it was not easy πŸ˜‰

    Yes, google did not find errors, just warnings (e.g. that some fields are empty, like recipe video). No, only recipe schema via your plugin.

    URL is http://www.martinaldag.de/2021/05/28/mangcoco-daiquiri/
    or a more recent one
    http://www.martinaldag.de/2021/06/10/immortalsnectar/

    I just tested a bit more and found out it also depends on the exact search term, e.g. search for “mango coco daiquiri” does not show textual schema info, but a search for “mango coconut daiquiri” suddenly shows the ingredients text.

    Similar for the second link:
    if I search for “immortals nectar”, no schema data shown, but if I search for “immortals nectar cocktail”, then the ingredients text is shown. The recipe image is always missing there though..

    Plugin Author Florian Simeth

    (@floriansimeth)

    Hey there,
    and thanks for going back! πŸ˜‰ Love to find out more about the ups and downs when using the plugin.

    (I would have contacted you before the review, but it was not easy πŸ˜‰

    Oh really? An e-mail would have sufficed πŸ˜‰

    Well.. if you just get warnings, that’s alright. Your Rich Snippet should appear anyway. Just make sure there are no (red) errors. Read more about it here: https://rich-snippets.io/errors-and-warnings-on-googles-structured-data-test-tool/

    Of course you should fill as much properties as you can. However, that’s not always possible.

    I just tested a bit more and found out it also depends on the exact search term,

    Absolutely! It always depends on Google (not really on your snippet).

    Greetings

    Flo

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