Rich Search Results are a huge SEO opportunity. It doesn’t get any easier than installing the WordPress FAQ Schema Generator Plugin to create Google FAQ blocks that earn Rich Search Results in Google.
Getting a Rich Search Result listing not only boosts your search listing click-through rate (CTR) but over time it will increase your rankings as well, multiplying the increase in organic search traffic.
According to Google a Rich Search Snippet is defined as, “A Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) page contains a list of questions and answers pertaining to a particular topic. Properly marked up FAQ pages may be eligible to have a rich result on Search and Markup Action for the Google Assistant, which can help your site reach the right users.” In other words it’s a question/answer format that is marked up in schema code to make it clear to Google that the page on which it appears is answering a frequently asked question about the relevant subject and the page contains a specific answer to that question.
After installing the WordPress FAQ Schema Generator Plugin just add a new block to your page. Then add a question (Quick tip: search for your most important keyword and look for the People also ask questions in the Google search results. Start with those questions and then add your own answers.) Type in your answer after A: and save the page. For best results include 3-5 questions and answers.
You can style the block using the editor in the right column. Use your preferred font size and color, add margins, padding, border, etc. You also have the option to not to display the block on the site but still include it in the JSON structured data markup that Google reads.
To test your FAQ implementation use https://search.google.com/test/rich-results Note: Just because your FAQ is eligible it does not guarantee a rich search result will be displayed for your page in Google searches. There are a number of other factors – domain and page authority, quality of the answer, etc. that are part of Google’s equation for displaying rich search results. Using the WordPress FAQ Schema Generator plugin is the easiest way to become eligible for rich search results but it does not guarantee your FAQs will be displayed by Google.
Frequently Asked Questions
Schema is a standardized code structure that is supported by Google and Bing in the US market. It is intended to provide additional information about the page to make it easier for search engines to interpret the content. It is also widely used for answering voice search queries. Google supports a unique set of schema code for marking up frequently asked questions (FAQs) on a page, which is often referred to as “Google Schema.”
FAQPage schema is structured data that provides a signal to search engines and voice assistants that the page copy is in the FAQ style format and contains frequently asked questions and their associated answers. It is often referred to as Google Schema code.
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Yes, the WordPress FAQ Schema Generator Plugin works on all Gutenberg (WordPress 5.0+) enabled sites. Although we highly recommend using a native AMP website the FAQ Schema Generator plugin does not require an AMP framework to work.