By Dustin Bow on September 26, 2017
3 Things To Consider to Get Your Review Markup in the SERPs
First things first. Your review markup has to be technically correct for Google to read it. You can check this with their testing tools. Second, you’ll need to be sure you’re in compliance with Google’s policies. This means that your review content correctly reflects the primary content of the page. Lastly, the quality of the page needs to be high. Google wants to know that they can “trust” the page this markup is found on (and the site as a whole).