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Regarding Rich Snippets - How long would it takes to pick up in SERPs?

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I am working on one of my clients website which is on hotel vertical. It consisting of more than 50,000 hotels specific individual pages. To enhance the overall presence on SERP's and increase the CTR, I have implemented rich snippets/schemas code for showing the rating & reviews under specific hotel page & also make the pages live!

 

Example of one of hotel page: https://www.hotelwards.com/us/new-york/row-nyc-hotel-134388.html?destinationString=new-york

 

Tested the page on Google Structured Testing Tool checker: http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/richsnippets - it is showing with all okay parameters used for ratings & reviews. See the snapshot: Google Structured Data Testing Tool.png

 

 

The problem is that: On searching in Google, I am unable to see rating/reviews rich snippets on the pages in search engine results pages. It has been implemented 3-4 days back & the same page has been cached today itself. But unable to see the rich snippets in description of the page. I want to know that how long it usually takes to show up rich snippets in SERP's by Google? Please help & free to share your feedback or experiences?

 

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Re: Regarding Rich Snippets - How long would it takes to pick up in SE

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Hello Nancy,

Please check in different browser or clear your cookies. I believe you can see that on SERP. And if the problem still persists paste the URL in webmaster tool -> Fetch as Google & click on Fetch & Render.

For more information you can ask your question here - https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/webmasters

Thanks,
Kaushik

Re: Regarding Rich Snippets - How long would it takes to pick up in SE

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Hi Nancy,

 

However, it's a bit off topic to discuss it here in the AdWords forum, but I have personally faced this scenario before. So I would like to tell you that it usually depends on the frequency at which your website being crawled. On an average website, it should take at least two to three crawls to start appearing. 

 

You can find more details here at this URL http://goo.gl/HvrEnw

 

Thanks
Ratan Jha


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