Hi there, we all know Google is getting smarter these days by providing more relevant and user-friendly content to the visitors.SEOs and Webmasters are aware that Google works with the help of many algorithms, which includes Panda, Penguin, Pagerank, Rankbrain, and much more. You can read more about latest Google algorithm updates here. These algorithms help you to extract relevant information from millions of web pages in the search engine database and display in your browsers within a blink of eyes.In general, when a visitor comes to Google and searches for a particular keyword or search term, Google will display a list of websites with relevant information. This allows the user to choose any site from the displayed results without difficulty. However, things are changing in the blogosphere as Google introduced a new feature last year named “People also ask. It helps the visitors to find useful information in the search results itself without clicking or visiting the web pages.
Bloggers Attention: Google’s “People Also Ask” (PAA) getting smarter.
Why should bloggers care this update? Is there any important issue behind this new feature?
Of course! There is something every website owners and bloggers should study about “people also ask” feature. For making the process fast and user-friendly, Google pulls relevant information from the web pages and displays in their SERPs. In the results, visitor read the information from the displayed pages itself without visiting any web pages. What does this lead to? The website owners will not get any traffic to their sites from the search engines results and finally leads to a steep reduction in your blog revenue.
” Google dynamically fetch the next related information according to your search term and display after the last snippet. And finally, the visitor does not need to visit any website for information.”
Moreover, we suspect this will affect the entire blog niches in the future. So guys stay ready and think about your blogging and traffic methods again.
How to dive inside featured snippet?
The answer is simple by using “schema.org” on your WordPress blog, Joomla, or any other CMS.You can read Neil Patel’s guide on implementing schema.org on your website.
2017 will be more challenging for all webmasters. So, to increase and maintain your website traffic and customers you should get out of the old school practices and implement the latest features.