On January 22nd, Google announced that they would no longer be duplicating results from Featured Snippets within the rest of the core SERP or the Knowledge Graph. We’ve long heard that the Featured Snippet drives less clicks than being in the core Organic listings, so this news triggered a bit of a panic across the space.
In this episode of Rank and File, I talk about how you should strategically assess and approach Featured Snippets as a part of your SEO efforts moving forward.
Now, over to you, what are you trying out now that Google has made this change?
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