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Rich Snippets via product feed

9:38 pm on Oct 26, 2011 (gmt 0)

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I searched rich snippets here but didnt find this addressed. I have submitted my data feed to Google merchant center, added canonical to product pages and reviews info to the feed about 5 months ago.I was able to get reviews to show up as rich snippets under my product page about 3 or 4 months ago which is awesome for organic listings; however during that time I have never had the availability or the price show up as a rich snippet.

I believe am submitting this correctly via the feed but have found little to no information on how to optimize this or if it is being sent correctly ( I assume it is as google is accepting the feed).

I was just wondering if anyone else has been successful with getting price and stock info rich snippets to show up via product feed instead of via site mark up and if they have any recommendations with how I should proceed.
4:35 pm on Nov 2, 2011 (gmt 0)

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Hard to tell what's going on without looking at the feed, just sent you a sticky.
4:43 pm on Nov 2, 2011 (gmt 0)

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[Edited] I overlooked that this topic is related to Product Feeds which are handled differently than HTML Markup.

Did you catch these changes for Product Feeds?

Products Feed Specification

The Products Feed Specification and Program Policies have changed. To help you understand and implement some of these changes, we've prepared a summary of the changes and how they might affect you in this article and in this video.