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Does anyone know how to get my Google results as below?

Are there any specific rules I have to follow like microdata, etc. ?

Google Search results for ‘buy bed covers online’

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What you are referring to here is sitelinks, see below:

Sitelinks are hyperlinks to website subpages that appear under certain Google listings in order to help users navigate the site. The site owner cannot add any sitelinks; Google adds them through its own secret automated algorithms.If you have a Google Adwords program you can create campaign and adgroup level sitelinks.

Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sitelink

Edit - Additional info on 'Mini Sitelinks'

MINI SITELINKS

Mini sitelinks have now become much more common than the traditional variety. As their alternative name (one-line sitelinks) suggests these are all displayed on one line, and there are usually four of them. There can even be more than one set of them for a particular search term. Quite a number of search results that do not make it to number one in the search list still qualify to have a row of mini sitelinks placed on them.

The key differences between the two types of sitelinks are:

  • Sitelinks seem to be (generally) limited to branded searches, although the mini sitelinks are not
  • Sitelinks only appear beside the number one result in a search, but mini sitelinks can appear beside lower ranked results
  • Mini sitelinks can appear beside multiple search results for a term
  • It is even possible for a particular domain to appear more than once in a search of a specified term, and there can actually be different mini sitelinks on the different appearances of that site in the results. A particular domain can even show with traditional sitelinks at the top of a search, but with mini sitelinks further down the results.

Source: http://www.datadial.net/blog/all-you-need-to-know-about-google-sitelinks-and-mini-sitelinks/

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