When I help JSON-LD for SEO customers I have to quickly search for all of their rich snippets.
An easy way I found to do this is to use Google’s
site scope with your store url.
For example if your store is at example.com you’d search for
You’ll get back all of the pages for your site that Google has found, including any pages that have rich snippets. Usually sorted by importance.
Bonus tip: if you want to only show product pages, change it to this search
Bonus tip 2: if you see a lot of collection pages, you can turn them off with this search
site:example.com inurl:products -inurl:collections.
You can also see your results in Image Search results. Click on the Image tab in Google after using this search query.
On the left side you can see each Rich Result has a little product tag on the image as well as sometimes the availability is shown in green/red. After clicking on an image, on the right side the full Rich Result details are shown under the product title.
It’s not 100% accurate because Google might turn rich snippets on or off for individual searches but this search is a quick way to check everything.
If you’ve had trouble getting rich snippets in the past, my app JSON-LD for SEO might be for you. With just a few clicks you can get structured data for every page in your store, without messing with your theme’s HTML.
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