Google FAQ Rich Results Limited to Two Per Page Rolling Out

Google FAQ Rich Results Limited to Two Per Page Rolling Out

Google’s Danny Sullivan confirmed that search results showing FAQ structured data are now limited to only two results. Danny also confirmed that it was not done to curb abuse of the structured data rich results by SEOs and explained the reasons why they did this.Google FAQ Rich Results Not Limited in the UKGoogle’s Danny Sullivan tweeted that they have limited FAQ rich results to two per web page.Yes, we made a change recently that limits these to two maximum. — Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) June 18, 2021But that is not the case in the UK and other places around the world. Here is what an FAQ rich result looks like in the UK:Screenshot of a UK Rich Result with 3 FAQsApparently the update is still rolling out so there may still be some FAQ rich results that show more than two results.FAQ Rich Results in Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs)Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) structured data is a way to become eligible to show FAQ content in Google’s SERPs. The benefit of this type of display is that it makes a website’s position take up more space in the search results.AdvertisementContinue Reading BelowThis kind of rich results was announced by Google on May 8, 2019.“An FAQ page provides a list of frequently asked questions and answers on a particular topic.For example, an FAQ page on an e-commerce website might provide answers on shipping destinations, purchase options, return policies, and refund processes.By