If you client sells used products on your WooCommerce store, it’s important for their customers to know what they are getting. And the ability to fine-tune it for the search engines makes it even more important, whether it’s only used or a mix of used and new. A used product goes far beyond simply being used.
The Product Condition for WooCommerce Extension
The use of conditions is important when it comes to Schema markup, the search engines and your store. It’s that structured data that is the key and when people are searching for used products, well, the more defined that “so called used product” is, the better.
Once you have installed the
You can see here the different conditions that you have to choose from.
To make sure you can be describe products condition, you have several options:
- Brand New
- Certified Pre-Owned
- For Parts
- Like New
- Manufacturer Refurbished
- New Other (see details)
- New With Box
- New With Defects
- New With Tags
- New Without Box
- New Without Tags
- Seller Refurbished
- Very Good
Or as you can see here.
Of course, the default works great if there are several products that fit that condition, but you can override it easily on each specific product.
On the product page you will find it listed here.
Search and Your Product Condition
More importantly, the condition will be listed prominently in searches. But in a nutshell, the different conditions that you saw previously listed above fall under four product conditions: NewCondition, UsedCondition, RefurbishedCondition and DamagedCondition.
A couple of examples of this is if you choose Certified pre-owned, the markup will show as UsedCondition. Likewise, if you choose New without box it will show as NewCondition.
With Schema markup being more critical to a store’s ability to show up in search, if your clients are selling any used items, I would highly recommend you check out the