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How to fetch Shopper Approved and show as rich snippet in Google

If you want to display Shopper Approved reviews automatically for this use our Review for Schema Plugin you can easily display review on your websites and which will help that you can show your reviews in search results and for this, you need to follow the below steps.

1. How to Get Reviews Plugin

2. How to Install & Enter API Key

  • After installing you will get license key need to enter this key go to WordPress Dashboard -> Structured Data -> Settings -> Reviews -> Reviews Module -> In “Reviews Pro API Key” option enter the License key and click on “Activate” button.

3. How to Fetch Shopper ApprovedReviews

If you want Shopper Approved Review then checks this option click on “Add URL” button and enter the URL you can display multiple reviews and click on the “fetch” button after that click on the “Save Changes” button.

You will find this option in the WordPress Dashboard -> Structured Data -> Settings -> Reviews -> Reviews Module -> Check this “Shopper Approved” option like below the screenshot.

URL – This is your business review page.

How to Find your API Tokens

Step 1

Log into Shopper Approved and visit the API Dashboard.

Step 2

Scroll down to find your API Token and copy this API token and past in the Token field.

API Token:
(the random characters after “token=”)

  • Once you click on fetch button all reviews display on your reviews list page. You will find this option in the WordPress Dashboard ->  Structured Data -> Reviews.  

4. Display Reviews on the Site

  • In the frontend, Shopper Approved reviews display like this
  • By using this shortcode and parameters you can display the single and multiple reviews to more details follow this tutorial.

5. Wait for Google to index the Reviews

  • Once Google search engines crawl your website in Google webmaster tool (search console) then all your reviews will appear in the Google search results

Note: If the reviews have not been fetched on the first instance. We recommend you to fetch again with the same reviews count after some time as it may take time to scrap the reviews on the server.

That’s it for this tutorial!

We hope it helped you. If you have any feedback or questions or do you want us to create compatibility for any other schema type which isn’t listed in our plugin then you can request us we will surely implement it as soon as possible.

Just contact us here and we are always available for you.

Updated on January 13, 2020

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