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I know that for some pages Google lists the results as can be seen in the following screenshot:

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As you can see, main navigation pages (About, Constructed, Contact etc.) are shown in an indented and table-like manner before the other results (urbalize.tumblr.com etc.) are shown.

My question is: How can I get Google to show the results of my (wordpress) page in the same way?

What I already tried: I assumed that submitting my sitemap (via sitemap.xml) to Google would help, but it didnt.

Is there anything else I have to do?

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They are called Sitelinks and you can't force Google, but it helps if:

  • Google thinks your site is a brand / very important for a keyword
  • Your site has a clear hierarchy and strategie for internal links
  • Breadcrumb implementation with schema.org to help Google to understand the hierarchy
  • Use text as link and not images..
  • Offer a sitemap (as you did)
  • I assume your project is new, i think it will need some time too
  • .. do good SEO in general ;)

You can only demote existing Sitelinks in the Searchconsole (Webmastertools).

If you use AdWords you can activate them in your Ads.

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