Huge implications here since a snippet before had about 9% traffic with the next organic result having 20% now arguably you will want to avoid the snippet... https://www.searchenginejournal.com...pets-not-repeated-in-organic-listings/344748/ Google’s Danny Sullivan has confirmed that webpages in a featured snippet position will no longer be repeated in regular page one organic listings. This is a brand new change rolling out as of today. The change will affect 100% of all search listings worldwide. Anecdotal reports that Featured Snippets have had their regular organic results pushed back to top of page 2. Can confirm case-by-case, but will dig in deeper. If a web page listing is elevated into the featured snippet position, we no longer repeat the listing in the search results. This declutters the results & helps users locate relevant information more easily. Featured snippets count as one of the ten web page listings we show.