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How to display star ratings in Google Search results

Get the EmbedReviews schema code and display star ratings for your pages in Google search results.

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Written by Nikola Bojkov
Updated over a week ago

To display star snippets in Google search results, you will need to follow the 3 steps below.

1. Copy the schema code
2. Embed schema code
3. Request Indexing

Step 1: Copy the schema code

To find your Schema code go to your 'Widgets' in the left menu and click on the widget that you want to use for the Schema code.

Accessing the widget

Step 2: Access the Schema tab, and get the schema code:

Copying the schema code

Once you have the code, just paste it into your page/s head section inside the <head> tags.

*According to Google's official guidelines, it is recommended to embed the schema code in specific product/service pages. Home and landing pages are not showing star ratings.

Step 3: Request Indexing 

Next, in order to make sure that Google has the latest version of the webpage, submit the webpage URL.

To do this, go to your Google Search Console and follow the steps below: 

  1. Click on URL inspection in the left-hand menu

  2. In the top search bar, paste the URL where you placed the schema code

  3. Click Request indexing and wait for a few minutes for the process to finish.

Request indexing on Google

This way, your URL will be added to a priority crawl queue, and you must wait a few days for the changes to reflect in the search results.

Submitting a page multiple times will not change its queue position or priority.

Note: Using the schema code slightly boosts the SEO and will eventually help for a better ranking on the SERP.

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