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Google: Stick to structured data guidelines if you want the rich result

“In order to be eligible to be shown as a rich result, you need to make sure that the page uses the right structured data and that it complies with the appropriate policies on our side,” said Webmaster Trends Analyst John Mueller on the October 9 edition of #AskGoogleWebmasters. The question. “We need to use …

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The #1 Result in Google Gets 31.7% of Clicks, New Study by Backl

SOURCE Backlinko CHEYENNE, Wyo., Aug. 27, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The #1 result in Google’s search results receives 31.7% of all clicks, according to a new industry study by ClickFlow and Backlinko. The study, which analyzed over 5 million Google search results, also found that only .78% of Google users go to the second page of …

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The #1 Result in Google Gets 31.7% of Clicks, New Study by Backlinko and ClickFlow Finds

(MENAFN – Newswire.com LLC) CHEYENNE, Wyo.,August 27, 2019(Newswire.com) –The #1 result in Google’s search results receives 31.7% of all clicks,according to a new industry study by ClickFlow and Backlinko . The study, which analyzed over 5 million Google search results, also found that only .78% of Google users go to the second page of the …

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The #1 Result in Google Gets 31.7% of Clicks, New Study by Backlinko and ClickFlow Finds – Press Release

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – August 27, 2019 – (Newswire.com) The #1 result in Google’s search results receives 31.7% of all clicks, according to a new industry study by ClickFlow and Backlinko. The study, which analyzed over 5 million Google search results, also found that only .78% of Google users go to the second page of the …

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Google testing highlighting content on-site based on the search result clicked

Google confirmed it’s testing a feature that takes the searcher from the search results page to a third-party site, then anchors them to that exact location on the site while highlighting that content. This is something Google originally did on mobile through the AMP cache, and is now being tested on desktop and Chrome browsers. …

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