New answers tagged rich-snippets
Late answer: The plugin WordPress SEO from Yoast does this almost automatically!
Domain authority is basically nothing to do with Rich Snippets Directly However some rich snippets work indirectly because they may only display when your within a certain rank on the page and some rich snippets will only display for certain keywords. So if you don't rank for "socks" but your ranked top for "buy socks Bournemouth" then the likelihood is ...
Try schema.org metadata for WebApplication. It looks like that. <body itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/WebApplication"> <h1 itemprop="name">YOUR_APP_NAME</h1> <meta itemprop="about" content="short_info_about_your_app" /> <meta itemprop="browserRequirements" content="requires FileAPI support" /> ... </body>
Try using schema.org metadata for Product. If you want to add information that is not visible, you can use: <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Product"> <meta itemprop="name" content="YOUR_PRODUCT_NAME"> <h1>Buy Online</h1> </div> Based on what I know, Google supports this format.
No. Serving up content only for the benefit of search engines is a major violation of their terms of services and will result in penalties for your site up to and including banning. You should refactor your HTML to be compatible with the rich snippets so you can take advantage of them without doing the exact opposite of what you're hoping to accomplish.
Here is a relevant article: ...don’t be discouraged if your Rich Snippets do a disappearing act. Google is constantly testing and modifying its algorithms. Here’s the best way to react: Leave your markup code as is for at least 8 weeks and just monitor the ups and downs of your Rich Snippets. They mean Google is continually analyzing your site. ...
Here is a very relevant thread from WebmasterWorld. Many webmasters will do this by placing the same term in the page title, URLs, meta tags, body text, anchor text, header tags etc etc. It is important NOT to do this. Google will know what the subject of your site is without having to repeat the same phrase over and over. That just gives a poor user ...
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