Using Of Structured Data Markup With Review Authority

I'm trying to structured data for producing the review like this on google search (please see the image) -
enter image description here According to this link I've to write the following structured data markup -

<script type="application/ld+json">
  "@context": "",
  "@type": "Review",
  "itemReviewed": {
    "@type": "Thing",
    "name": "Super Book"
  "author": {
    "@type": "Person",
    "name": "Joe"
  "reviewRating": {
    "@type": "Rating",
    "ratingValue": "7",
    "bestRating": "10"
  "publisher": {
    "@type": "Organization",
    "name": "Washington Times"

But according to this link I've to get review from a trusted review authority. I'm wondering why we need the structured data markup (where we have static 'rating', 'bestRating' etc value definitely these shouldn't be static) or how we can combine this with trusted review authority for getting dynamic ratting that changes over time?



If I'm understanding your question correctly, I think you are confusing two issues. Google requires reviews to be created using Schema markup in order for the review to have a chance to rank directly in the SERPs.

It is the companies that provide reviews: Yelp, Angie's List, Washington Times, etc, that have to format their content management systems to upload user generated review data into the proper markup.

So if you're a web developer working for one of these companies, then it makes sense to code the CMS so that the listings are displayed using schema markup.

If you are the marketer, your job is to get reviews, not format the way they are getting displayed.

There are of course other ways to use Schema markup on your own site to boost organic traffic. Consider for example the first SERP screenshot displayed in this article.

Here the webmaster has used schema markup to list three upcoming events in their result, which gives them four links in a single listing. This causes the listing to stand out and gives increased incentive for users to click, almost guaranteeing a higher click-thru rate than if they'd have not used the markup.