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GoodRelations is a standardized vocabulary for product, price, and company data that can (1) be embedded into existing static and dynamic Web pages and that (2) can be processed by other computers. This increases the visibility of your products and services in the latest generation of search engines, recommender systems, and other novel applications.

[goodrelations] About news related to offerings

Aldo Bucchi aldo.bucchi at gmail.com
Thu Jun 10 00:17:12 CEST 2010

2010/6/9 Andrés Bucchi <andres at savingsocrates.com>:
> Hi everyone,
> First, thanks for letting me into the group.
> I am trying to model the following situation, and would be very grateful for
> any comments.
> 3 URLs:
> 1. http://someblog.com/ - blog site containing posts.
> 2. http://myindex.com/ - a site that describes different offerings around
> the web using RDFa markup.
> 3. http://thestore.com/ - a site that sales a particular product, described
> at myindex.com
> So @ someblog.com/ we have something like the following:
> (xml name spaces are not shown)
> <div typeof="sioc:Post" about="http://myindex.com#post>
> <span property="sioc:content" datatype="xsd:string" xml:lang="en">
> This is some content related to the product.
> It also includes a <span typeof="gr:Offering"
> about="http://myindex.com#offer"><a rel="foaf:page"
> href="http://somestore.com">special discount offer</a></span> of the
> product.
> </span>
> <span rel="sioc:about"
> resource="http://www.savingsocrates.com/market/atrapalocl_12#offer"></span>

I assume that last URL should be myindex.com.... right?

> </div>
> @ myindex.com, something like this:
> (xml name spaces are not shown)
> <div typeof="gr:Offering" about="#offer">
>     (some gr markup)
>     <a rel="foaf:page" href="http://somestore.com">Buy it here!</a>
> </div>
> @ somestore.com, plain and simple: no RDFa markup, just buy the product.
> I already checked out quite some of the GR recipes, as well as the recent
> updates. My main concern is to get relation between URIs correctly, really.
> Am I making the correct connections between the 3 different URLs?
> Also, I tried out myindex.com with google's Rich Snippet preview tool, and
> it only works with reviews and location markup. I'm sure it should be a
> problem with my syntaxis, though.
> Hope this raises some debate :D. Hope I was clear enough, too.
> Andrés
> ps. If you recognize my last name, I'm Aldo's evil marketing twin.

Only not literally my twin. Just my bro ;)

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> Andrés Bucchi
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Aldo Bucchi

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