How did he get this snippet???

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Hello,

Recently I planned to create a video ad for which I needed the best video editing software which I recently came across called filmora.

But after doing some research on reviews and on-line pricing. I stumbled upon this FAQ based snippet that had acquired a lot of space for almost three normal websites. Not only FAQs, but other important elements, such as rating reviews and categories, are also displayed. So, my real question is, is it coded? Or did he use some of the paid plugins?

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It's interesting that google ignored 'Wondershare Filmora 9 Features' which is set up the same way as Wondershare Filmora 9 FAQs. I guess the question marks do matter.

If the website is on WP platform there are websites that will scan a website and list all plugins they are using. Just google it.
You achieve something similar with one of those 'table of content' plugins.
 

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I read once that the magic trigger for snippets is having a question as an H3 or H2, with the paragraph starting with "X is"; "is" is the magic word
 

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It's interesting that google ignored 'Wondershare Filmora 9 Features' which is set up the same way as Wondershare Filmora 9 FAQs. I guess the question marks do matter.

If the website is on WP platform there are websites that will scan a website and list all plugins they are using. Just google it.
You achieve something similar with one of those 'table of content' plugins.
It appears that Google relies heavily on questions. On the first page, it shows a total of 11 questions that are all displayed together. Possibilities would be high to get a click if those FAQs are being displayed 4 or 5 out of 11.
 
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I read once that the magic trigger for snippets is having a question as an H3 or H2, with the paragraph starting with "X is"; "is" is the magic word
I even did so a year back! But it didn't trigger my answer either. Magic....more like algorithmic google science.
 

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They are using FAQ & Reviews plugins. However, the snippet is not guaranteed even if your site ranks. If your site has a lot of traffic, then Google shows snippets to trim your traffic, or to give users an option to quickly find answers instead of reading entire article.
 

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I read once that the magic trigger for snippets is having a question as an H3 or H2, with the paragraph starting with "X is"; "is" is the magic word

It's not about static words, more about Google understanding that your site is a Q&A somehow.

Works best if you're Quora
 
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