• Resolved killjack

    (@killjack)


    Hello, to have star ratings in search results I need CreativeWork markup (which is in Pro version) is that it? In this case I would need just buy Pro and select that option, and it’s done?

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  • Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    By “star ratings” you probably mean the https://schema.org/aggregateRating property, which is based on customer / visitor reviews. You can use the WPSSO RAR add-on https://wordpress.org/plugins/wpsso-ratings-and-reviews/ (with or without the WPSSO JSON add-on) to add rating and review markup to your webpages.

    js.

    Thanks for newbie support. 😛 I read in SEMrush that adding CreativeWork markup would increase my click-through rate by displaying star ratings in SERP, and then I found your plugin. Are that same feature this addon refers to?

    I thought this markup would display on SERP my business ratings made in Google or Facebook, something like that.

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    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    You should probably do a bit of research, because you’re mixing up two different things, as I explained above. You can use the WPSSO JSON add-on to provide WebPage and BlogPosting, which are sub-types of CreativeWork. This has nothing to do with customer ratings, which must be retrieved somehow, and then added to the aggregateRating property, which can be added to CreativeWork, and many other types and sub-types.

    js.

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