Google is currently testing its new business seller ratings on organic searches and integrating the search features for organic and paid searches. A feature that was before this test was only limited to the paid searches.
Searchers can find out the selling rate of certain brands by using this feature. Despite the fact that it is in its early stages, the official launch should be a boon to the search engine and marketers.
This is mainly due to the fact that this feature is currently only available for paid searches, and if it is implemented in normal searches as well, there will be a lot of benefit to users before allowing brands to control their purchases. Besides these benefits, it will also be useful for providing actual information on brand sales.
Markups can be used to display star ratings in organic results.
The test is important because even if a website doesn’t buy Google Ads, it can have seller ratings. If Google decides to implement this feature widely, we must know which factors are used to calculate a site’s seller rating.
Google may not show you a seller rating page for your homepage if it has no information about your store or if it does not meet the minimum thresholds for seller ratings. Any retailer that uploads their product feed to Google Merchant Center could potentially have a seller rating.
Hopefully, you’ve already checked your seller rating, but if you don’t, you might want to look it up now.
All you need to do is type in the following URL and you’ll find your seller rating:
https://www.google.com/shopping/ratings/account/lookup?q=searchengine.space. Put in your own URL name in place of searchengine.space.
The moment you click on search and the page loads, you’ll have all the information you need about the store and the seller ratings.