Google Quick Answer box! You might be listening these 4 words for the first time, but I’m 100% sure that You would have been using this feature since a very very long time.

Google Quick Answer box uses the content of some websites to answer people their questions, however, the thing is that how would anybody land on those sites, if they are already getting their answers with in Google?

Secret Trick To Get Your Content Displayed In Google Quick Answer Box?

Umm, well, we are gonna debate on this issue in our upcoming posts!

But, as far as the today’s post is concerned, we are gonna look at how can we display your content on Google Quick Answer box!

This amazing process of displaying relevant content from any website on the net works through (Semantic markup), which is provided by “”.

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On-page markup enables search engines to understand the information on web pages and provide richer search results in order to make it easier for users to find relevant information on the web. Markup can also enable new tools and applications that make use of the structure.

How are you gonna get featured in (Google-Knowledge Graph)?

You need to follow the below mentioned 4 things in order to get your website content featured in (Google-Knowledge Graph):

  • Link up your content with relevant websites.
  • Try to get backlinks from Wikipedia.
  • Make use of nouns, while writing content on your website.
  • Try implementing (structured-data) on your site.

If you wanna know how to organize your data in the way Google wants, simply look at Wikipedia. They merge-up all their SEO techniques with structured data and extremely beneficial content, enabling themselves to get featured in the results of knowledge Graph.

Tips to optimize your website in accordance with Google Quick Answer Box:

  • Write on interesting topics.
  • Use focus groups and buyer persona studies to build high quality content.
  • Structure your pages in pursuant to user’s experience.
  • Try to provide how-to lists, where ever possible and always try to use “How to” phrase as much as you can.
  • Bullet points is what Google prefers the most, so go for it!

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