4 Steps to Making Your Search Listings Stand Out on Google

Do you want more click-throughs on your search listings? You can achieve a higher click-through rate (CTR) that drives more qualified traffic to your website by using this one tactic: increasing the size of your Search Engine Results Pages (SERP) listing.

Most SERP listings look like this:

google serps

Competition in SERPs is stiff, especially since Google has rolled out so many changes to its algorithms. These changes push down organic results in favor of images, videos, local searches and ads, so a standard listing like the one above won’t do anymore.

You need to supersize that listing. Here are the 4 steps that will help you do that.

Step #1: Write a full and seductive meta description

Meta descriptions get ignored a lot in the world of SEO. Sure, a keyword rich meta description may not be as significant of a factor in search ranking as back links or social signals, but it can play many other influential roles, like bumping CTR on SERPs.

That’s why it pays to optimize meta description. But what makes a great meta description? And how can you write one so that it stands out on Google’s results?

Here are some tactics:

  • Avoid small meta descriptions – You’ve got 160 characters to play with. So, try to use every one of those characters if you can. At least write enough content to get to two lines (one line is roughly 80 characters, depending on the size of the words.)
  • Include a compelling call to action - Inside that meta description, you need to persuade people to click through:
    • Start the tag with an action verb: “Discover why…” or “Read about the…”
    • End with action: “Read more…” or “Find out now…”
    • Ask a question: “Ever wondered…?” or “What would you do if…?”
  • Use a cliffhanger – Your next tip is to borrow a trick from soap operas and end the meta description with suspense: “You’ll never believe what happened next.”
  • Use keywords – If words in the user’s search query match words in your title or description, these words will be highlighted, bringing even more attention to your listing.

Beefing up your meta description is an easy way to help your search listings stand out on Google.

Step #2: Create dual rankings

Have you ever done a search and found on the first page of SERPs two results that lead back to the same domain? It might look something like this:

google cooking serps

That’s what you get when you search for the keyword “cooking.” The Food Network might think they are pretty lucky to optimize two relevant pages and land those positions so close to each other.

But really what’s going on is that Google links pages from the same domain together when they are both on the same SERP.

Let me explain. Let’s say you have a domain page sitting at the number four position on the first SERP and another page sitting at the number eleven position on page two. If you optimize that lower ranking page and manage to get it to the first page of SERP, Google will then bump it up to the fifth position.

The CTR benefits will skyrocket. Look at the difference between number 10 and 11:

google serps 10 and 11

Now look at the results for the top 10:

google serps share

So, it pays to bump that number 11 to a 4, 5 or 6.

Here’s how I would do this strategy:

  • Start with the title and description tag – Try to match keywords on the lower ranking page to the words you used in the higher ranking page. Do not write a duplicate title or meta description. The content must be unique but relevant to the keyword.
  • Evaluate on-page optimization – Examine the higher ranking page, note the keyword placement in the headers and copy. Revise the lower ranking page to mirror the higher ranking one, but, again, keep the content unique. You do not want to duplicate content.
  • Map internal links to the lower ranking page – Drive links from inside your site to the lower ranking page. The key is to use keyword-rich anchor texts. You can create new pages, but often it’s easier to identify pages that share a page’s category label and then link out from there. That way you get the added benefit of updating older pages.
  • Drive outside links to lower ranking page – There are several tactics to doing this:
    • Volunteer to write guest posts for authoritative sites and then drive one or two keyword-rich anchor text links back to the lower ranking page.
    • Find dead links on a site that could point to your page. Suggest this to the webmaster. You can find dead links on a website with this tool at W3C.
    • Get links from government sites by emailing relevant ones asking for a link.

All you have to do is get that lower ranking page onto the first page, which is a lot easier than getting a page to the 1st, 2nd or 3rd position. So, just a few links may be enough to nudge a page from the 11th or 12th position to the 10th position.

Step #3: Leverage rich snippets

One of the best new developments to come out of Google that can benefit your search listings are the rich snippets. Rich snippets are great for several things:

Recipes (search query: “oatmeal cookies recipe”)
google serps oatmeal

Business locations (search query: “car alarms”)
google car serps

Products (search query “otter boxes”)
google product serps

Events (search query “sasquatch festival”)
google event serps

As you can see in the top two examples where I used a generic search query, the listings jump out for several reasons:

  • The keyword is highlighted in each circumstance.
  • The 5-star ratings will also jump out from among the competing listings. That star rating also adds another line to the listing, so even if the rating was low, it would still stick out.
  • And, obviously, the car alarm example stands out because of the list of locations, which I actually cut off.

The other two examples stand out because of the sitelinks (which I’ll talk about more below), increasing the listing size.

There are some great guides out there for helping you get started with rich snippets. Check these out to learn more:

Step #4: Get sitelinks

Sitelinks are the links underneath your root domain listing that are basically an expansion of your site based on clean navigation and a simple site structure.

google quicksprout serps

According to Google, sitelinks are automated and will only be displayed if Google thinks they are useful to search users. You can use some best practices to influence your chances of getting sitelinks:

  • Create a Google Webmaster account – If you haven’t yet, jump over to Google and set up a Webmaster account for your blog or website. The process is simple and will take about 24 hours on Google’s end. This process will help you accomplish the following (also important in getting sitelinks):
    • Submit URL
    • Submit site map
    • Reconsider your site – If you’ve completed all of the following tasks and believe that you deserve sitelinks, you can ask Google to review your site.
  • Remove broken links – If you are using WordPress, use the Broken Link Checker plugin to find your broken links.
  • Remove HTML errors – Use a tool like W3C HTML Validation Service to search your site and identify all of the errors in tags and codes. Once you’ve identified these errors, eliminate them.
  • Remove CSS errors – The same tool that will identify your HTML errors will also identify your CSS errors.
  • Create great content – As you can see above, some of my blog posts have been pulled to be used in the sitelinks. This is because those pages are popular and have lots of links pointing to them and a high number of social signals, which occurred because my content is detailed and advanced.
  • Create linkbait - You can also use linkbait content to attract links and then land that page in the sitelinks.
  • Attract backlinks with relevant anchor text – Backlinks are the backbone of search, so drive external links to hero pages. These hero pages are the pages you want to show up in the site links.
  • Increase organic search traffic - The more traffic you can get from organic search results, the more relevant Google will view your pages. Use these tactics to improve your search results CTR.
  • Simple navigation – Mashable’s sitelinks, for the most part, are built from its simple navigation structure (links at the top of the page).

Conclusion

The fact that SERPs are crowded with listings shouldn’t discourage you. Why? Well, I’ll bet you that most of the people or companies behind these listings will not put in the work it takes to increase their listing sizes. For example, even though rich snippets have been around for over a year, their adoption is slow.

This leaves a lot of room for you to employ just two or three of the steps above. That could significantly increase your organic traffic. Just imagine what could happen if you employed all four.

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Comments

  1. I would recommend connecting your articles with your Google profile so that the photograph of the author appears beside the listing in the search results. Articles with authors are more prominent in the search results.

    • Thanks for the recommendation Fraser.

    • I am trying to do what Fraser suggested. I have a Google plus account/profile. Under Profile, Edit, Links, I added a link back to my woodstockinjuryattorney.com site. Is there anything else I need to do in order to get the photograph of the Google plus profile user to show up next to the search results for our web site? Thanks!

      • Set up your Gravatar for the same email address that you have attached to Google + and then, make sure that your G+ is listed on every blog post or site page where you are the author. In addition, add “?rel=author” after the G+ web address!

  2. Neil – This is a really valuable article. I love how you break everything down step by step. I think one of the best meta descriptions that you mentioned in the article is the “cliff-hanger.”

    I am going to think about using that in the future when writing up my meta descriptions. Thanks!

    -Scott

  3. One thing you are missing is to use Author snap in SERP. When you link your Google+ profile with your site and provide headshot on G+ profile it will show author photo in SERP. This will increase the CTR dramatically.

  4. I can’t make anymore suggestions, but I can say meta descriptions make a huge difference. I’ve had a couple of words which were so far down they were off the map – when I tweaked the meta descriptions (using WordPress SEO by Yoast) they leaped up the rankings. I’m going to seriously look into the rest of your suggestions.
    Thanks Neil – you always have such great advice!

  5. Great post Neil.

    Would like to know how one creates breadcrumbs below the title as the one you showed in the “oatmeal cookies receipe” image.

    If you don’t have time, would love to get a good link from where I can learn it. Have a good day :)

  6. Great visibility tips. Can get you huge results.
    My new favorite is adding “rel = author” to my posts. That will add your Google profile image next to the search listing.
    Just having an image draws eyeballs and thus clicks.
    In my case, my picture may scare folks away. :-)

  7. Funny that you don’t hear much about using Meta to increase CTR of ads. I once heard from a pretty well known SEOer (he’s not as cool as you though Neil… Lol) to think of your listing as a PPC ad…as far using it to try and get a higher CTR for your organic listings.

    But since I haven’t read much on the subject. I love your idea of using a “call to action”. That was my aha moment for this post. Sometimes the easiest adjustments are right in front of you and you just don’t see them… Lol… thanks Neil for the aha. Now back to watching some Olympics ;) Lol

    Kenney
    The Marketing Experimenter

  8. OMG, one last thing, I love the “pic” next to the listings that really jumps out… And the “site links” like in the quicksprout example is P.I.M.P. I love that. Talk about dominating a query. Is this when your site (as far as seo goes) has become a big time authority? Content, Links, and High Social Engagement?

    Kenney

  9. This is a really good post, Google has changed so much recently that really making sure you’re doing the basics goes a long way! Thanks Neil!

  10. Google is changing their ranking algorithms all the time. Everyone is saying that META tags are ignored by Google, but i do think that they still make their bots deciding in which category to put your website.

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  12. Interesting stuff,

    wouldn’t adding the tags for rich snippets slow your site down (the tags seem quite ‘heavy’)?

  13. Hi Neil,
    This is a great article on improving rankings. I have very little knowledge of SEO but I am learning each time and I like the idea of using the rich snippets and meta descriptions.
    Thanks alot for sharing this.

  14. Great point on the meta description. I’m a bit of a newbie and I’m finding great information from your articles. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Really appreciate the information you have provided. I am new to the game so still researching tactics and trying not to succumb to analysis paralysis is important to me. Thank you for laying out some simple tactics.

  16. Standing out in SERPs is certainly important since there is a lot of algo changes recently. With a “stand-out” listing on position 10 or 9 one can get more click throughs than a boring listing that sits on position 1.

    The authorship validation is very important since it not only improves click throughs by showing the author’s face next to the listing, but also provides a nice “validation” – good in the eyes of both Google and the search user.

    Thanks for the wonderful, useful post Neil :)

  17. Very informative post. This is an awesome use of meta description. I always go with the idea of connecting Google+ account with your website. This helps to leverage social media for improving search rankings for people who are connected with you.

  18. Neil as always a great article!

  19. Hi Neil, Again rock solid article from your side.. Thanks for sharing these information’s..

  20. Hey Neil, these are really the best ideas. I love your article.

  21. Really indepth article as always, love it!! suprised google authorship wasn’t included though!

    Jonny
    @jrconsultancy

  22. Speaking of simple navigation – is this blog running on Thesis?

  23. As usual great article, The best thing in your writing is Step by Step approach, I really love that. Thanks Neil.

  24. Another super awesome post. I will definitely try this to see how it changes the results and standings. Thanks Neil ;-)

  25. Maybe I missed it in one of the articles referenced… but is there a wordpress plugin that handles or helps with rich snippets?

  26. WordPress plugin for helping with rich snippets would be so nice. Anyone tried?

  27. I agree with Fraser. I have seen several high-ranking sites with pictures. I guess Google Plus is turning out to be a serious force.

  28. Excellent post! and certainly google plus is proving to be best ranking site having their profile on there.

    Thanks for providing worthy information.

  29. The algorithm to get a post on first page for any keyword.

    1. get the keyword $k = “keyword”

    2. write a post or page that includes $k, preferrably on the first line.

    3. include the $k in meta description, and meta keywords of that page.

    4. preferrably, include $k in the title of the page

    5. make a list of blog posts appeared in google blog search result for $k

    6. make a list of forum threads appeared in google search result for $k

    7. leave a comment on each blog posts, forum threads, with a link to your post, and with anchor text = $k

    8. make an spread sheet for records.

    9. check the link if it is active or not.

    10. if active, we won! continue to step 11.
    if inactive, leave another comment!
    repeat steps 9 and 10

    11. count backlinks using a tool.

    12. if backlinks > 10000, your page is on first page of SERP.

    Kuddos!

  30. Great Post! My website was just recently added to Google so these tactics will be great to use. Thank You! I have one quick question. How long does it usually take to rank high in Google?

  31. Yes write what user need not write what your client need..
    and i think rich snippet is one of the best thing i ever use to increase CTR :)

  32. Neil- Thanks for sharing this valuable article. I love how you write up all these articles and put all necessary information. I will use all these when writing up my description for my websites…

    A big Thanks….

  33. My website was recently added, and i will be using alot of these tecniques you are giving away for free! Kudos Niel

  34. We have seen great results by adding wp customer reviews to our sites. It adds the code for 5 star inclusion in the snippet as well as really seems to help push those pages up the rankings.

  35. yeah, its working.
    i tried on my blog . now on the keyword nature my post in on 4 page

  36. I found this article very useful, but I heard that meta keyword tag has lost its importance. is that true?

  37. Hi Neil, very powerful ways. Dual ranking, rich snippets and sitelinks approaches are really very awesome and i would definitely like to follow. Article also explains about the factors that help to get higher listing in SERP. Now, i have become able to know what i need to do for good SERP listing and what those things that i need to consider first. Thanks Neil for the useful article.

  38. Great Information Neil, and I already pimped out my google+ profile ;)

  39. Nice post, you have given tips for Step #1: Write a full and seductive meta description i like it and also you given second tips to bring relevant 2 pages that I also like.

    Optimizing this way you secure your rankings.

  40. Hi Neil, just found your site as i’m looking for advise regarding SEO page ranking and link building.The above regarding duel ranking i found very useful as my pages are all over the place on google so I guess the best way to fix that is build links within my front page to the pages which I believe are the next most important.

  41. Excellent blog post Neil. What SEO benefits are there for businesses starting on Google+? Can you give any special insights into using Google+ to improve your site traffic with SEO here?

  42. OKay, I need some clarification here. How can a description play role in CTR?

  43. Thanks this is important. It also seems like SERP is such a slow task and calls for patience.

  44. You can achieve a higher click through rate (CTR) that drives more qualified traffic to your website by using this one tactic: increasing the size of your SERP listing.

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  46. How do I remove these HTML errors? You should write an article on this as well.

  47. Once again superb post, Neil!! Awesome points gave how more information about how to increase our site in SERP level. Happy to came across your blog..
    thanks for sharing this with us..

  48. Another great post. When you “beef up”, the meta description by making changes, will you temporarily lose SERPS positioning with the new meta description?

  49. Thank you Neil for the tips..Now even Author references helps the CTR if you own a Google Plus profile

  50. I generally avoided writing out my meta descriptions until i realised that they were basically the equivalent of google ads text except they were free.

  51. Mobile Monoply 2 :

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  52. It’s people like you who make curating content worthwhile..

  53. The graphics and the performance of the top 3 spots is so inspiring…it really is 1st place or nothing, I have personally experienced this with many of client’s sites, and they are eager to get back as soon as they slip, and are willing to pay much more to stay on top as soon as they realize it is so valuable…

    But working on local SEO here is several orders of magnitude easier than going global…

  54. How much would you charge monthly to manage my website for Local and/or organic rankings for 3 or more keywords?

  55. Really good article! I was wondering about the click trough rate between the several top ten positions in google! Had no idea about what it was snippets! thanks for explaining!

  56. I know Google punishes sites for having duplicate content. Would dual rankings be considered this?

  57. I have now managed to get my site onto page1 of Google for a number of keywords, after reading this post I think i’ll take your advise and optimize some of my relevant pages so they are similar to my Home page. I will then hopefully by looking at your click through diagrams get more hits and more business for my site

  58. I would have appreciated a step-by-step tutorial on adding rich snippets for beginners.

  59. This is good stuff. I’m currently developing a writing course for college students to help them learn how to write Internet content. It will be the first general college composition course that includes not only writing articles and blog posts (instead of essays), but also touches on SEO and HTML.

  60. Hey Neil great pointers, I think I’ll implement a couple of these, including the author picture that @Fraser Cain recommended.

  61. Re: the W3C HTML validatior tool, I notice there are a lot of errors and warnings for many top-ranking sites, including QuickSprout, KISSMetrics, and Qualaroo. A lot of the “warnings” it is giving on my site don’t make much sense to me. Is it really worth having your developer spend time eliminating these validation “errors” this tool spits out? How can this actually be implemented?

  62. Hi Neil,
    First of all, thank you so much for the article. It is very informative indeed.

    I have a question:
    I make a google search on your site : quicksprout
    The result that shows is something simlar to your
    Step #4: Get sitelinks

    Question: On sitelinks, for example “Contact” as follows:
    Contact
    Home · About · Consulting · Contact · Quick Sprout …

    Say if you want to change the description that appear underneath it, how do you do it? Is it an absolute way that can change the description? I notice you have meta description also, does it really matters for all your other sitelinks?

    • The sitelinks is something Google automatically picks. You can remove some through Webmaster Tools, but from my understanding you can’t select the exact links that show up.

      As for the description, you can control it through the meta description tag.

  63. Hi Neil,
    Nice tips on getting more traffic by Search engine. Using Meta description for this is the best. I really like your tips on how to write an appropriate Meta Description.
    Thanks for the Post.

  64. Thanks for the tips, there’s so much competition out there for the first page, that it’s almost a full time job just keeping up to date with my website’s SEO! Always nice to see someone willing to share their in depth knowledge about staying at the top of the game!

  65. Excellent post. I guess we can check different things to find out that we have good CTR or not. I have used different kinds of title to check which one works better.

    Thank you

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  69. hey neil,
    good job. this post has magnificent content and information. i really liked Step #3 Leverage rich snippets, as this is an interesting part of this post.

    Thank you so much.
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  79. Awesome post, I think I’ll be able to increase my rankings
    Thnks

  80. Most Helpful information thanks….

  81. I agree with the cliff hanger as well, by not just saying what your content is about but gaining curiosity with questions and call to actions people will feel like they’re missing out by not clicking through!

  82. Thanks Neil. Did not know about the Broken Link Plugin. Adding it to mine and my clients sites now. Cheers. :)

  83. Neil,
    I was ripped off several times for website development and finally got bold and started a project on my own and have come a long ways, but SEO is still a little out of my league, amazing thing is I cannot find any instructions for wordpress SEO fields and came upon your article, can I get some advice for novice developers lime me? Being 55 does not help either.

  84. This is a topic that is close to my heart… Cheers!

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  85. Very nice information, Neil. I will definitely test this on my new blog

  86. Wow that is interesting regarding dual rankings/pushing them together in the SERPS. Learn something new everyday :)

    First I have heard about that, but I am only a newbie.

  87. Niel,
    Thank you so much. Your article is great and I intend to use every one of your SEO recommendations.
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  88. Hi Neil,
    The article is great, lot of things covered, thanks,
    But i’ve a question you don’t use meta tag description
    the way you described in this website.

    • To be honest, I don’t do a lot of stuff that should be done on this site. Like the videos are also not optimized for search. One day I will fix it all when I get more time.

  89. Very informative seo tips thanks patel

  90. Thanks Neil for the article, some very good points. Rich snippets tend to be underused by most websites and yet they really do help to increase CTR.

  91. Hi Neil,

    I would like to know your thoughts on the latest changes that Google has done with its new search result page layout. Google is now no more showing underlines for its listings. The title has become bigger so there are limitations on writing long titles.
    I have also observed that Google is providing more information, If you search for “Sasquatch festival”. You can see one more link in gray color next to the normal green color page url.
    So, is it an automated link that appears adjacent to the normal url? Or It’s just because of Rich snippets?

    I too would wish to know what symbols should one can employ to make title and description more attractive/clickable. Is it a good practice to make use of such symbols in Meta title and description?

    Please let us know your views on it.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Vijay Pashte

    • Google constantly changes their design to improve usability. As for symbols, you would have to test things out. I am not sure what would be the best or worse… I try not to use symbols as those are short term tricks. I try to create appealing copy as that works well.

  92. Thank you for this post. I really find your articles very useful. I would like to ask if it is safe to include contact numbers in meta description. Is that fine with Google? Thanks. :)

  93. Is it true that anchor text has less value in SEO, meaning I read some articles that they mentioned it is simply the waste of time .

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