Best practice with ineligibility for correct schema markup?

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    seohelper
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    I’ve got some products listed on my site which don’t have pricing or some other info needed for product schema. The products require you to enquire as price may vary.

    Because of this I stuck with the default that my plugin put, which was article.

    The pages aren’t articles, and because they’re listed as articles, they have a date of publication in the SERPs.

    Should I just do without schema if my pages aren’t eligible? What is better, keep it as article or remove schema altogether?

    #27486
    schmuber

    Try filling up the “price” field in schema with $ or $$ symbols and see if it works.

    #27487
    marcuspearce449

    Price is recommended for Product schema but not required. It means that you will be given warning in GSC for it but not an error, so the schema would still be allowed by Google.

    Also if you still wonder how your product schema (if applied) would look on Google SERPs then you can also check it in the rich results test.

    And about your question, though its just my opinion and may not align with everyone else’s, but my only focus would be to add a product schema for a product page, because I don’t think including article schema would have any major effects (though it also depends on the search query and its intent)

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