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Adding Jump To And Hyperlink In The Snippet Of A Google Listing


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#1 rexjoec

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Posted 30 July 2014 - 03:10 PM

I noticed when I do a Google Search for "find an auto body shop", I see that the Angie's list listing shows the description/snippet "Jump to How to find an auto body repair shop" - But don't just bring your battered vehicle to the first auto body repair shop you find. Take the time to...

Accidents & auto body repairs | Angies List, Angie's List
www.angieslist.com/auto.../accidents-autobody-repair.htm
Jump to How to find an auto body repair shop - But don't just bring your battered vehicle to the first auto body repair shop you find. Take the time to...


How did they add the Jump to and hyperlink within the rich snippet? Is it schema or open graph?

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#2 chrishirst

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Posted 30 July 2014 - 04:30 PM

They DIDN'T, .... Google did, search the forum for "sitelinks" there are several threads about the topic.



#3 rexjoec

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Posted 30 July 2014 - 04:33 PM

I think I found the answer. It is from search snippets and anchors:

 

http://googleblog.bl...right-from.html

 

http://googlewebmast...o-identify.html



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Posted 30 July 2014 - 04:51 PM

First one, .... Yes. Second one, .... errm not really that's merely a suggestion on making YOUR pages better for users by using the same kind of thing as their sitelinks.



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Posted 31 July 2014 - 08:18 AM

That first blog post links to a second at http://googlewebmast...o-identify.html and one of the pieces of advice listed there for anyone who wants Google to include links to named anchors within snippets is this:

Second, ensure that each section has an associated anchor with a descriptive name (i.e., not just "Section 2.1"), and that your page includes a "table of contents" which links to the individual anchors.

The page in question does contain a table of contents, but Google seems to have changed their standards regarding descriptive names for the anchors (which was bound to happen, as the post is nearly five years old). The page you've used an example uses the names "1" "2" "3" and "4" for its sections.






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