Infographic: Describing Your Content Better With Google Rich Snippets

Rich snippets are a way that Google provides more information about a web page than standard short text descriptions. Number of stars for a review, business location, video images, price ranges, event times and more might all be shown.

How do you get rich descriptions? Google might do it naturally for your site, but there are a variety of techniques that can increase the odds.

The folks at SEOmoz and BlueGlass teamed up to produce the infographic below that explains more about rich snippets and how to make use of them:

Want the infographic for yourself? You’ll find it here: A Visual Guide to Rich Snippets.

Related Topics: Channel: SEO | Google: Rich Snippets | Infographics

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  • http://notes.tomhenrich.com Tom Henrich

    There was no need for this to be an infographic.

  • http://twitter.com/mikegracen Mike Gracen

    Especially since Google has recently pulled way back on featuring rich snippets as they figure out how to deal with the sh*t ton of spam snippets out there..

  • http://www.facebook.com/dmitry.pakhomkin Dmitry Pakhomkin

    Infographic? Greg Sterling won’t like this :)

  • Bart435

    The Microdata for WordPress and Micro Anywhere plugins haven’t been updated in ages!

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