FAQ on every to get rich snippets

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So here's a short question on FAQ's. They enrich your snippets. Is it also good to have the same FAQ on every page? Does this enricht all your snippets on the SERP?

Has anyone ever tried to add a FAQ on all the pages and see what happens?
 

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If you are adding same FAQ on all the pages, wouldn't it be duplicate content and probably backfire? Creating custom FAQ for each page would be something that can work.

Has anyone ever tried to add a FAQ on all the pages and see what happens?

I haven't tried adding the same FAQ but yeah, I do add an unique FAQ section in most of the buying guide keywords. It also helps me target long-tail, question keywords. So far, the results are good and I often see my articles in Google's FAQ snippets.

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You will want to have a relevant (and different) FAQ for each page in order to avoid duplicating content. If you can’t do that, then it might be best to simply have one instance of FAQ. Getting slapped for content duplication is never a good thing.
 

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If you are adding same FAQ on all the pages, wouldn't it be duplicate content and probably backfire? Creating custom FAQ for each page would be something that can work.

I haven't tried adding the same FAQ but yeah, I do add an unique FAQ section in most of the buying guide keywords. It also helps me target long-tail, question keywords. So far, the results are good and I often see my articles in Google's FAQ snippets.

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You will want to have a relevant (and different) FAQ for each page in order to avoid duplicating content. If you can’t do that, then it might be best to simply have one instance of FAQ. Getting slapped for content duplication is never a good thing.

Thanks for the responses.

I agree with you that there is duplicate content. But isn't every page partial duplicate content? Think of the menu structure, footer structure and maybe sidebars, etc. Let's say all your pages have 2k words. 200 of them are duplicate content FAQ. Does those 200 words (10%) duplicate content really harm the rest of your content?

I understand the you can get extra rewards for targeting right keywords with the FAQ. But when you have over 40 customers it's to time-consuming to make unique content for every 1 of them. It's easier to just make one FAQ and duplicate them on every page.

Has anyone tested this? I feel like this is an interesting way to enrich snippets the lazy way and increase traffic without to much of an effort.
 

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You can't have the Same FAQ on more than 1 Page
You can Add the Same FAQ content by a Little bit tweaks and add from fake user submission and make it Q and A on the second Page

Why do you even want to do that? that would be plagiarised content as well
 

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Yup, tested FAQ rich snippets and they are hit and miss, I've found tables to be a more reliable way to get the coveted #0 position.
 

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You can't have the Same FAQ on more than 1 Page
You can Add the Same FAQ content by a Little bit tweaks and add from fake user submission and make it Q and A on the second Page

Why do you even want to do that? that would be plagiarised content as well

It's not plagiarised, since I will make a different FAQ for every website. Just using the same FAQ on let's say 20 different pages on the same website. The objective is to enrich all the snippets for those pages.

Yup, tested FAQ rich snippets and they are hit and miss, I've found tables to be a more reliable way to get the coveted #0 position.

Thanks for the tip. I couldn't get the featured snippet just yet. I do get rich snippets with the FAQ.
 
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