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  • Resolved Sandra

    (@spoodes)


    Hello, I have the WPSSO premium Plugin and it already helped me with some errors in the Google Search Concole (-: (thanks)

    But there is one remaining problem. I do not get my products visible there.

    I have about 800-900 products, if I count the variations it might be around 1.500. They are all tranalated by GTranslate, if I count them – it would be several thousand.

    In the Seacrh Concole I usually find 1-3 products with red error (okay).
    Then 200-500 products of all languages with yellow errors (okay, too).
    And ZERO products with greed “valid”.

    Here is a screenshot:
    http://spoo-design.de/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Unbenannt-1.jpg

    Where might the majority of my products be?? Google seems only to see those with errors – and the others are completely invisible for it?

    Maybe this is a problem that can be solved with the WPSSO Plugin?

    Thank you from germany,
    Sandra

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  • Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    You should submit a few product pages to the Google Rich Results validator, as suggested in the SSO > Setup Guide, and make sure there are no errors or warnings – this usually means making sure that uploaded product images are large enough to provide the various image sizes that Google needs and that each product has at least one customer rating.

    To make sure Google is aware of all your products, you can activate the WPSSO WP Sitemaps XML add-on and enter your sitemaps URL in Google Search Console (https://search.google.com/search-console/about).

    js.

    Thread Starter Sandra

    (@spoodes)

    Oh, thank you very much. Under the “Rich Results” I found now Google has around 1.400 products of all languages.

    So, it seems Google has indeed more products identified and indexed than it shows under the “Products” tab (?)

    XML Sitemaps are already there via RankMath. (-:

    Is there a reason why the product “description” under Google URL-check / Product only uses the short description and not the whole one?

    Thank you!
    Sandra

    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    Google may use any text from any meta tag, Schema markup, or content on the webpage, but generally they strongly prefer the Schema “description” field (see the Document SSO metabox > Edit Schema tab), followed by the “description” meta tag.

    js.

    Thread Starter Sandra

    (@spoodes)

    I see. Thank you.

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