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Robin Rozhon
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SDTT is able to verify that two JSON-LD scripts are linked properly by using @id within the same page. However, can be verified that @id references are implemented properly if those two scripts live on different pages (or websites) and whether or not Google understands that references?

I created two pages:

http://test.rozhon.com/single-product.html
* This page includes schema.org/Product and refers to schema.org/Review that lives on the second page (http://test.rozhon.com/review.html#review-joe-blake)
* Note that the review itself is visible on the page
* There is no star rating for this page in SERP

http://test.rozhon.com/review.html
* This page includes schema.org/Review and refers to schema.org/Product on the first page
* The review is visible on this page
* This page earned a star rating

Questions:
* Is there a way to prove that Google takes this connection into consideration?
* Have you seen an implementation like that that earned a rich snippet (e.g. star rating for http://test.rozhon.com/single-product.html)?
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Multiple product variants

In order to provide multiple prices and colors of the same product, I use the structure below.

There are no errors and warning in the JSON-LD code. However, the PREVIEW button disappears if I add NAME to a product variation (Product -> Offer -> Item Offered -> Product Variation).

Does it mean that NAME should not be there and a featured snippet won't be diplayed or is it just a bug in SDTT. Any experience with this one?

schema.org/Product
\_ name
\_ productID
\_ image
\_ description
\_ (and more...)
\_ schema.org/Offer (via offers)
\_ price
\_ priceCurrency
\_ availability
\_ itemCondition
\_ seller
\_ schema.org/itemOffered (type Product)
\_ NAME
\_ color
\_ sku
\_ image
\_ schema.org/Offer (via offers)
\_ price
\_ priceCurrency
\_ availability
\_ itemCondition
\_ seller
\_ schema.org/itemOffered (type Product)
\_ NAME
\_ color
\_ sku
\_ image

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Thanks +Aaron Bradley for mentioning this group during his talk yesterday at STAT Search Analytics.

I've been experimenting with the semantic search for past few years so I'm glad to be a member here. I see great opportunities in semantic search and enjoy implementation of new markups on clients sites.

Personally, I used to have this nice result in Google a couple years ago but then I shut down the site and that knowledge graph disappeared. Only a few answer boxes left.

Thanks for having me!
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