Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by vishyjames, Oct 27, 2017.
Might be worthing using in the future. Thanks OP!
Nice info OP. Really helpful topics and steps you provide.
Great post. To put it simply, once you have found longtail versions of your main keyword that are phrased as questions, tell your content writers to:
Put all of these in your content:
Bulleted and numbered lists
Headings and subheadings
Even if your writers don't know all of the lower-level technical details, just asking them to use these tends to be enough to pick up at least a few featured snippets.
Thank you so much for this guide....I had Basic understanding of SEO already but i see that we now have to begin to think like the AI and see how it would go about searching for things
Please send me the code for this snippet.
Very well written! One of the biggest niches for featured snippets is 'Celebrity Net Worth', and I think including 'Table of Contents' to generate 'Jump-To' snippets in search can also improve chances of getting featured snippets.
Beware of that, Google recently showed up there an article I wrote and the impressions were like crazy, but also the CTR (which was like 15/20% and in the moment I got featured wss 0.5% or something like).
Then because of that low ass CTR I lowered a lot of positions on money pages on that website, it could be good if done properly, but assume that you may get involved in problems like that. Everything’s getting back to normal after 30/45 days.
Hi, thank you so much for this! Could I have the ebook version of this? Also, would you be available to create a few posts for me? I will obviously pay you. Thanks mate!
which option works the best: list format or table format?
If, we need to found somewhere on the top 5-7 spots, what can i do to get the post up there? (Ex: the post already in SERPs 8th page, need to push to get page one)
Separate names with a comma.