Google Likes It When You Give Clear Q&A Format For Their ‘Answer Boxes’

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Google Likes It When You Give Clear Q&A Format For Their ‘Answer Boxes’


Tim Brown

Tim Brown is the owner of Hook Agency, and strategic marketer focused primarily on driving traffic and leads for small businesses and construction companies.

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How to get in More Google Answer Boxes

You know those boxes that show up at the top of search results… and sometimes show up as a list of questions where you can drop down the answer? Yeah… you can own that spot with your content (and get traffic as a result) – here are some clear steps forward to get more Google answer boxes

1. Identify questions ideal customers are asking… ideally find one that already is using answer box

  • How does
  • How do
  • How to
  • What is

2. Provide the deepest resource and guide for that topic, consistent with other sites – but use a clear, simple language title

(Census, wiki, NPR, – > big trusted sites)

3. Use a headline with the title/caption/label/header, followed immediately by a clear, accurate, succinct, logical answer.

  • Paragraph
  • Bulleted Lists
  • Numbered Lists
  • Tables
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  •  
  •  

Tim Brown

Tim Brown is the owner of Hook Agency, and strategic marketer focused primarily on driving traffic and leads for small businesses and construction companies.

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