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What are Rich Snippets and how can they affect SEO Rankings?


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Rich snippets are a special form of results found in Google’s Search Engine which is basically a form of Structured Data. Rich snippets do not affect the website's ranking directly. However, presenting the data in an organized tabular form, which is easy for the bot to understand quickly is the main factor that results in better rankings in the long run while also improving your Page Rank.

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Rich Snippets is the term used to describe structured data markup that site operators can add to their existing HTML, which in turn allow search engines to better understand what information is contained on each web page.

It can generate indirect SEO benefits by making your page more easily indexable and providing more accurate and targeted metadata.

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Rich Snippets (also known as “Rich Results”) are normal Google search results with additional data displayed. This extra data is usually pulled from Structured Data found in a page’s HTML. Common Rich Snippet types include reviews, recipes and events.

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A snippet is a result Google shows to the user in the search results. Google can show rich results or snippets if you add structured data to your site. Structured data is a piece of code in a specific format, written in such a way that search engines understand it. Search engines read the code and use it to create rich results.

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Rich snippets are similar to the snippet you would see in regular search results, except they give you much more information. Some common examples of how rich snippets could appear are star ratings for things like products and companies. You may also see recipes that are broken down directly in the search results.

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