First, I create a website for the products we have to rent. I do not see any reason why I should not use the structured data markup of the product, unless someone suggests the opposite?
Second, according to Google's guidelines:
A category page listing several different products (or recipes,
videos, or any other type). Each entity must be marked using the
schema.org type relevant, such as schema.org/Product for the product
Category pages. However, if an element is marked, all elements must be
Mark. In addition, unless it is a carousel, the marked items must be
no link to separate detail pages.
On a list of categories, some of my pages refer to specific product pages with additional details. This is only true for about 50% of products because many products do not need additional information. I am wondering now what is the best way to tag structured data. Should I simply tag products that have individual pages?
Is there really an advantage to doing it?