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A Complete Visual Guide of Google SERP Features in 2022: What Keywords to Use And How to Get Featured

Serpstat Research, 2021 + infographic
optimizing for SERP features

Kirill Levenets
Mathematical Analyst at Serpstat
It's been awhile since Google SERP was a common list with 10 most relevant pages. Trying to provide the user with the required info as fast as possible and in the fewest number of clicks, Google adds more and more SERP features of different shapes and sizes.
Site owners should track and analyze the updates and adapt their marketing strategies according to these changes. We gathered almost all SERP elements now available into a clickable infographic. In the post we will tell you about:

  • detailed description of the Google SERP features;
  • examples of keywords for which this feature is displayed;
  • SERP features examples;
  • how to be featured there.
    In the article you can see examples of Google search results snippets and our research on snippets of the Answer box group. We took random 58,848,619 keywords from our US Google and chose phrases that are found with a quick Google answer, then divided them into categories.

    For you, we added expert comments on the importance of featured snippets, so that you clarify their benefits, and to summarize, created an infographic with step-by-step instructions.

    SERP featured snippets: why do we need them?

    SERP featured snippets — separate blocks (for example, maps or videos) and different icons (AMP lightning or Google rating stars). All of them affect CTR and traffic, so it is essential to engage in their implementation on the page.

    For some, it is enough to structure the content, and Google itself will display them in the form of a featured snippet. There are more complex methods, but all of them are described in the Google manual, following which you will independently create any snippet.

    Answer box

    Answer box — is a SERP feature, usually displayed in a light-gray box, that occurs above the organic results and tries to directly answer a question.
    For example, if you enter "author of war and peace" into Google, we get a quick answer ↓
    answer box
    Most of the blocks contain not only text, but also images, videos, graphics. They provide a relatively short answer that comes from the Google Knowledge Graph, and may also include a link to more information from the source site. In this article, we focused our attention on quick answers without links, because they are more diverse.

    As mentioned above, we took random 58,848,619 keywords from our Google USA database and chose phrases that are found with a quick Google answer, then divided them into categories.
    It turned out such a distribution by percentage ↓
    google answer box table
    Google launched Answer box feature to provide the searchers with brief and accurate answers to their questions immediately without leaving the search engine results page. This feature has a bunch of versions: from one sentence answer on the gray background to the detailed and colorful block with pictures and other bright visual elements. You'll see the answer box while searching for quick-answer questions like what's time now, how to say something in another language, how many calories are in apple and etc.

    Don't confuse the Answer box with Featured snippet. The info for Answer box is parsed from Google's knowledge database so there will be no link there.
    While Featured snippet is formed by the best answer from SERP with a link to the winner-website.

    If the searcher disagrees with the info Google provides, the special Feedback button is placed under the Answer box.

    Examples of keywords:

    • University of California acceptance rate;
    • How old is Сlinton;
    • Time it in Tokyo;
    • Earthquake California;
    • USD to GBP;
    • Color picker;
    • London Berlin flights;
    • Archaic;
    • Phantom;
    • Lbs to kg calculator;
    • Calories in watermelon;
    • Lakers scores schedule;
    • Euro 2018;
    • Microsoft stock price

      Examples of answer boxes:

      Sports snippet
      weather Snippet
      popultaion snippet
      Route map
      Route map
      Unit converter
      Unit converter
      Flights USA
      date and time LA
      Date and time
      Energy value of products
      Energy value of products
      Exchange quotes
      Exchange quotes
      Graph snippet
      Earthquake snippet
      event date
      Event date
      Featured snippet
      Featured snippet
      Color codes
      Color codes
      Online calculator
      Online calculator
      Currency conversion
      Currency conversion
      We investigated 58,848,619 keywords and found out which domains are leading in the issue of answer blocks.

      Percentage statistics:

      How to get to the Google answer box?

      Google uses its own knowledge base to form the answers at the Answer box block and no link is added. That's why there are no chances to get there. However, you still can profit from this block. Create a list of keywords within your niche for which the Answer box is displayed and never use them as Answer box highly decreases the CTR of organic results.

      Carousel Results

      carousel results
      Google shows carousel results when it believes a person is searching for a selection of options. Before February 2017, Google used to show this element only in response to informational queries like "best comedies 2017" or "places to visit in London."

      But now it's shown for commercial ones as well — usually for those search queries starting with "best" or "top." After clicking on any of the carousel options, Google takes you to a new search engine results page, where both carousel and results for the option you chose are displayed.

      Examples of keywords:

      • Star wars actors;
      • Real Madrid team;
      • New York list of tallest buildings;
      • Dogs breeds;
      • Best backup software;
      • IOS best games.

        How to get to the Carousel results?

        When the carousel is also shown for commercial queries, it's quite profitable for businesses to be displayed as one of the best something. We assume that carousel is formed based on the HV brand keywords, so to get there you need to boost your branded search traffic.

        Large carousel

        large carousel
        The table carousel is also shown to people looking for multiple options, but unlike the previous carousel type, this one is shown in response to informational queries only. Table carousel displays more options for one slide and is bigger than the listing one.

        Examples of keywords:

        • Beatles all songs;
        • Wagner compositions;
        • Paris interesting places;
        • Events at Foxwoods.

          How to get to the Large carousel?

          You can't. If you're a popular musician, your songs may get there :D
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          Top Paid block

          Google Ads are shown in response to the search queries PPC experts launch contextual advertisements for. Ad blocks are currently displayed either above and below the organic search results. Google shows from 1 to 4 ads for one block thus the maximum number of ads for top-10 is 8 (4 for upper and 4 for lower blocks).

          Google has recently redesigned AdWords ads to look more like organic search results, so it's just a matter of time before it's impossible to separate organic results from paid ones.
          paid block

          Examples of keywords

          • Buy a bicycle
          • Tickets for Barcelona vs Juventus
          • Car rental
          • Flowers;
          • Rent a flat in London.

            How to get to the Top Paid block?

            Hire a PPC expert and ask him to launch AdWords campaign :) The main difference between the upper and lower ad blocks is CTR. The higher your ad is the more clicks you get.

            The top-3 ad results get the most clicks. Google sorts the ads based on quality score (1-10) — an estimate of the quality of your ads, keywords, and landing pages. Higher quality ads can lead to lower prices and better ad positions.

            Bottom paid block

            Bottom paid block — is another type of paid blocks. It's the same as the previous one, but has a different location in SERP.

            Ad position is the order of your ad in the auction results as compared to other ads. For example, an ad position of "1" means an ad was the first ad shown, with no other ads ahead of it. An ad position of "2" was the second ad shown, and so on.

            The ad auction is how Google decides which ads to show and how they're positioned.

            bottom paid results block

            Examples of keywords

            • Buy a phone
            • Order a ticket
            • Best coffee machine.

              Right paid block

              Right paid block — is another type of paid blocks. It's the same as the previous ones, but has a different location in SERP.
              right paid results block

              Examples of keywords

              • Apartment for a weekend
              • Flowers for a garden
              • Best nike shoes.
              • Cheap hostel in NY.

                Top shopping block

                Shopping Block is a Google service that allows users to search for products on internet sites and compare prices between them.

                Such a special element is displayed in response to requests containing commercial intent, and can usually be displayed:
                • over the results of search results by a block of goods;
                • in the side part of search results by a block of goods;
                • in the side section with information about one item
                Here, Google only displays the most important information about a product: its name, price, photo, and the online store where the product can be purchased. All this data is constantly updated to avoid unnecessary costs.
                top shopping results block

                Examples of keywords

                • Oven
                • Wardrobe
                • Violin.

                  Side shopping block

                  This block of purchases is no different from the previous one, only the location in the search results. What determines the location and what to do to make the ad appear above the SERP, read the Google instructions.
                  side shopping block

                  Examples of keywords

                  • Galaxy phone
                  • Laptop
                  • Child bicycle.

                    Featured Snippet

                    If you enter simple question into the search box, Google most likely shows you a Featured snippet — short summary of information related to your query (it's not always text content, it could be some video from YouTube).

                    Unlike answer box, the info shown in Featured snippet is taken from one of Google top-10 search results. Google determines which site presents the most relevant content. Moreover, it's not always the first one, it could be any of top-10. Besides the brief answer to the question query, the Title, image and link to the URL this answer in parsed from are also displayed.

                    This is the only SERP feature mentioned in this post that is not an addition to common organic search results, but is a part of it — one of Google's top-10.
                    featured snippet

                    Examples of keywords:

                    • How to tie a tie;
                    • How to dye hair;
                    • Energy centers of the world;
                    • Energy foods for exercise;
                    • New York events this month;
                    • Grand Opera.

                      How to get to the Featured snippet?

                      Getting your page to Featured snippet may lead to a massive traffic boost. Even if your site is top-5 for the query but is added to featured snippet it'll receive twice as many clicks as the top-1 URL.

                      According to Google Help article "You can't mark your page as a featured snippet as Google programmatically determines that a page contains a likely answer to the user's question, and displays the result as a featured snippet.".

                      Let's be real, there's no sure-fire way to be featured there, but here are some steps that may highly increase your chances to see your page at Featured snippet block:

                      1. Make a list of common questions within your niche. You can do that via brainstorming or use Serpstat's Search questions to save your time.

                      2. Write content to answer these question using the question as a Title (add images and other visual content if necessary). Note that the quality and structure of the answer is more crucial than the authority of your website. Don't go into the details, if the question is quite extensive, split it into several sub questions and write content for each of them.

                      3. Use schema markup. Schema.org – is a set of extensible schemas that enables webmasters to embed structured data on their web pages for use by search engines. In other words, it helps the search engines return more informative results for users. By adding a special schema to your webpage, you help Google to identify the important content on your page and thus you increase your chances to get to Featured snippet.

                      Route map

                      Map SERP feature is shown in response to geo search queries. By clicking on map, Google gets you to Google Maps tab with more detailed info as to your query.

                      Here's just a small part of all data Google Maps provides: Quick facts, photos, weather, places nearby (hotels, bars, restaurants), directions.
                      route map pack

                      Examples of keywords:

                      • Rome map;
                      • Belgium e19;
                      • Atlantic ocean on map;
                      • London park road;
                      • Andes mountain maps.

                        How to get to the Route map?

                        Google created this SERP feature to help the searchers quickly find the desired location. You can't get there. Don't try to get there unless you're going to open new road or build a new city ;) But you still can add your business profile to Google Maps: go to Google Maps, zoom in to the appropriate location and click on "Add New," then select "Add a Place."

                        Local Pack

                        For queries that imply the person is looking for local establishment like places to eat or to sell a car, Google shows the local pack SERP feature — a map with 3 listings. This feature looks quite similar to the Map one but their purpose is absolutely different.

                        If Map is displayed to help you indicate the location of the establishment, Local Pack is to help you find several local establishments that meet your search query (kind of place + its location).

                        This block is usually displayed at the top of Google SERP but may be found at the bottom as well. By clicking on "More places," the searcher gets to the Google Maps tab where more listings with additional info (reviews, open hours, images) are displayed.
                        local pack

                        Examples of keywords:

                        • Italian pizza Paris;
                        • Hotel London;
                        • Rome metro stations;
                        • Piza bus station;
                        • Mcdonald's Chicago.

                          How to get to the Local Pack?

                          As well as local Knowledge graph, Local pack is definitely what you need if you're running a local business.

                          1. Add your business to Google Maps: go to Google Maps, zoom in to the appropriate location and click on "Add New," then select "Add a Place."

                          2. Set up Google My Business account: choose the appropriate category for your business, add profile and cover images, double check the contact info.

                          3. Ask your loyal clients to leave their reviews.

                          Related questions/ People also ask

                          At the related questions card, Google lists questions it believes are relative to your search request. By clicking on any question from the list, the searcher sees the brief answer and the link to the webpage where this answer is located. This element is connected to another one — Featured snippet.

                          Thus all related questions are the ones that return Featured snippets and the URL that's a winner at the featured snippet is also the winner at the Related questions block. When the searcher clicks on any related question from the list, Google adds the new questions which are related to last-clicked one.
                          related questions/people aslo ask

                          Examples of keywords:

                          • How to tie a tie;
                          • Cirrhosis;
                          • How big is the universe;
                          • Sea horses;
                          • Buy a horse.

                            How to get to the Related questions/People also ask?

                            Win the Featured snippet and then you'll be displayed at People also ask card for the related questions.

                            Top stories for query

                            When searching for keywords related to current news, Google shows Top Stories SERP feature. This data is parsed from Google News — computer-generated news site that aggregates headlines from news sources worldwide, groups similar stories together and displays them according to each reader's personalized interests.

                            It can be displayed as a listing without images (similar to mobile search) or as carousel with a title and image for every carousel card.
                            top stories for query

                            Examples of keywords:

                            • Microsoft stock price;
                            • iOS best games;
                            • Nascar;
                            • Spinners;
                            • Bitcoins.

                            How to get to the Top stories for query?

                            If you're running a news website, make sure to get to Google news. Google has a detailed guide on how to submit your news website to Google news. Follow it.

                            Images for request

                            In response to queries which Google believes are related to images, Images block is displayed. The SERP feature looks like a horizontal list of different images. It isn't pinned and thus can shown anywhere between organic results.

                            The title above this images is clickable and leads to Google's Images tab. By clicking on any image result there, you'll see the link to its source. Google has a special algorithm for images ranking, which is totally different to common organic search.
                            image for request pack

                            Examples of keywords:

                            • Keyboard;
                            • Apple;
                            • Tower;
                            • Tropical islands;
                            • Universe.

                            How to get to the Images for request?

                            1. Fill out the image's alt and title tags.

                            2. Name it properly, like "swimmingsuit.png" instead of "1265.png".

                            3. Use semantic URL and optimize the page where the image is located.

                            4. Optimize image size.

                            5. Avoid plagiarism, use only unique images.

                            Related queries

                            At the very bottom of search page Google almost always displays Related search block — it's a list of search queries related to the initial query. This block appears for all analyzed keywords Google shows suggestions for. By clicking on any option in Related search, you'll get to a new SERP.
                            related searches

                            Examples of keywords:

                            • Buy laptop;
                            • How to make french toast;
                            • Rent car Miami;
                            • Rent apartment Сhicago;
                            • Buy baseball ticket stubs.

                            How to get to the Related queries?

                            The only point to mention here: high volume keywords are more likely to get to this block. Unfortunately, there are no recommendations for this block.

                            Knowledge Graph

                            Knowledge graph provides a detailed and structured information about the objects, usually proper nouns. It could be a famous person, book, movie and many other types of things.

                            Knowledge graph uses Wikipedia as a primary source to parse the main information about the object. Apart from the block that briefly answers the question "what is this?" or "who is this?", Google knowledge graph could also include some additional info (like quotes, artworks for painters, books for writers, etc.) social media profiles, and "People also search" block.

                            The last one is formed based on the closely related objects, so if you're searching for Michelangelo, Google will include other famous painters of that time.
                            knowledge graph card

                            Examples of keywords:

                            • Albert Einstein;
                            • Formula 1;
                            • Audrey Hepburn;
                            • Starbucks;
                            • Twitter.

                            How to get to the Knowledge graph?

                            Unfortunately, there isn't no-failure way to get to knowledge graph, but by following the steps below you can highly increase your chances to be displayed there:

                            1. Get to Wiki

                            As Wiki is the main source Google parses data from, make sure to get on there. Start with Wikidata — a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. Here's the guide to help you get there. Then create a Wikipedia page for your brand, you can try to do this on youк own following the Wikipedia guidelines or hire an experienced Wikipedia writer.

                            2. Verify your social media accounts

                            As you can see, social media accounts are also included to knowledge graph. To help Google identify your accounts correctly, have them verified. The verification badge on a page means that social network confirmed that this is the authentic page. Each social media has its own guidelines and request form, here they are: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram.

                            3. Use structured data markup to enhance your site's attributes.

                            Data markup is code that you put on your website to help the search engines return more informative results for the user's search. The info you put there is visible for search engines only, not people. Follow this Google guide to enable your business and marketing details for search results.

                            Note, that if your brand is already displayed in the knowledge graph, but some info is incorrect, contact Google and request changes.

                            Knowledge graph with a map

                            This feature is shown in response to local brand queries like restaurants, cinemas, theaters and so on when the searcher is looking not for the general information about the business (foundation date, CEO, income), but for more specific data like location, open hours, or reviews. Note that local knowledge graph is displayed only for single places, not chains.

                            This knowledge graph usually includes the following blocks:

                            • photos and a piece of google map with a pin;
                            • contact and address data;
                            • open hours;
                            • popular times;
                            • Google reviews (score and examples).
                            knowledge graph with a map

                            Examples of keywords:

                            • Empire State Building;
                            • Village East Cinema;
                            • Les Deux Magots;
                            • Tokyo Tower;
                            • Great Wall of China.

                            How to get to the Knowledge graph with a map?

                            If you're running a local business, this SERP feature is definitely what you need. Follow these steps to get there:

                            1. Fill out Google My Business account

                            Filling out Google My Business account is a crucial step for every local business. Double check everything to make sure that contact info, address, open hours are correct. Pick an attractive picture that represents your business (mouthwatering photo of your best dish if you're running a restaurant i.e.).

                            2. Pay attention to Google reviews

                            At the knowledge graph, Google displays the review score (the average value of all reviews) and all reviews ever left. Ask your loyal clients to leave reviews to increase the Google rating and in turn, more people will trust your business.

                            3. Build citations

                            The main rule here: the more, the better. Create your business accounts on as many sites as possible. Provide them with all info about your business. The most popular are Yahoo, Yelp, Trip Advisor, Yellow Pages. Double check all crucial info just like for Google My Business.


                            This SERP feature shown in response to medicine related queries is to provide the searcher with the most crucial info about the disease such as symptoms, treatments, transmission, etc.

                            Google parse this info from high-quality websites like government agencies and partnerships. According to Google Help article, they analyze the info from quality sites across the web and then a special team of doctors reviews and refine the info.

                            Examples of keywords:

                            • Asthma treat;
                            • Cirrhosis;
                            • Diabetes;
                            • Mono symptoms;
                            • Hodgkin lymphoma.

                            How to get to the Disease featured snippet?

                            Well, it's possible only for medical agencies' websites. We assume that to get there, the health care facility you're promoting should become a Google's partner or/and the disease description you provide on your website should be approved by Google's teams of doctors.

                            Getting to these block may lead to awareness and trust growth of the medical agency. By the way, here're the utm parameters added to URL if clicking on Learn more: utm_source=Google&utm_medium=abstract&utm_content=Asthma&utm_campaign=Knowledge-panel

                            See results about

                            This SERP element occurs when to Google's understanding, the query you're searching for may have several meanings. If this block is included to the SERPs, it usually goes after the Local knowledge graph feature.

                            In the freak SERP example, we searched for "orange" and Google displayed french telecommunications company named "Orange" in the local knowledge graph, but as "orange" query is quite ambiguous, at "See results about" block Google offers two other companies with the same name and an Australian city. Clicking on any of these variants triggers a new search.
                            see results about

                            Examples of keywords:

                            • Grand opera;
                            • CSI;
                            • World war;
                            • Key;
                            • King Kong.

                              How to get to the See results about?

                              Hmm, I don't think you can somehow profit from this feature.

                              Recipe block

                              Help users find your recipe content by telling Google about your recipe with structured data.
                              • reviewer ratings;
                              • cooking and preparation times;
                              • nutrition information.
                              recipe block

                              Examples of keywords:

                              • apple pie;
                              • roasted turkey;
                              • punch.

                                How to get to the Recipe block?

                                Add pictures to the recipe page.
                                Submit your rating scale and user reviews.
                                Specify the cooking time.
                                Add detailed information about the beneficial properties and nutritional value.
                                Such structured data will be displayed in a numbered list along with reviews, rating, cooking time, and a picture of the dish will be displayed both in the search results and in Google Images.

                                Numbered list

                                A numbered list snippet appears for pages that have step-by-step instructions. It can significantly increase your CTR by providing useful information to users, encouraging them to visit the site to find out more.

                                Break up your content with headings and subheadings, use numbered lists. Google also displays step-by-step instructions in snippets, especially if they are question-based, and scans words such as Step 1, Tip 1, Point 1. etc. This way, the entire paragraph from your article can be shown in the snippet.
                                numbered list

                                Examples of keywords:

                                • how to brew coffee;
                                • how to record screen on mac;
                                • how to merge pdf files.

                                  How to get to the Numbered list?

                                  Compose the text by breaking it into paragraphs.
                                  Place each item in a numbered list.
                                  The list will entice users to go to the site to see accompanying pictures, videos, or a complete list of steps.

                                  Experts' feedback

                                  Jeannie Hill
                                  Semantic marketing strategist at Hill Web Creations
                                  What new SERP feature have I recently found interesting and useful?
                                  • The "People Also Answer" box with limitless "Related Questions".
                                  • "Top Stories" multiple carousels with unique storylines and "Also in the News"; nabs 5.62% according to @rankranger - Up 0.6987 (Day); Up 1.4424 (Month).
                                  • Review carousels.
                                  COO & Head of SEO in Studio Cappello (IT)
                                  Asics & Garmin Italian Ambassador
                                  - FAQ Page is very useful for the high visual impact on SERPs and because the snippet move customer to really think on users questions!
                                  - Discover for ecommerce with "new" or "exclusive" products.
                                  Itamar Blauer
                                  SEO Consultant
                                  Video Marketing Expert
                                  I like the SERP features that I rank on and dislike the ones that I don't rank on :)
                                  Boyd Norwood
                                  VP Marketing @nozzleio
                                  Also, Nozzle can generate a report telling you which entities appeared the most in knowledge panels across all SERPs you're tracking to help you know which entities to mention in your content.
                                  Ann Smarty
                                  Brand and Community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas
                                  1. Ideally, the perfect structure to get featured is a question-answer format.
                                  • Each question should be a H3/H2 subheading.
                                  • The answer should immediately follow each question/subheading and be concise and to-the-point (factual).
                                  • And most importantly, each answer should align with the query search intent.
                                  2. The other piece of advice — filter results by "Keyword" difficulty to see those queries that have the lowest competition AND trigger featured snippets. These are ideal targets for pages that don't yet have high authority.

                                  3. Featured snippets may steal traffic from ALL the search results as a whole (they eliminate the need for a click, especially if they do a very good job answering the query). Overall, featured snippets help with traffic. In some cases, when a featured snippet starts showing up for your query, you may see a decrease in clicks, but so will your competitors ranking for that query.

                                  How to find SERP feature opportunities?

                                  Serpstat Search analysis and Rank tracker will help you determine which featured snippets in SERP should be targeted when optimizing your site. Pay attention to specific search results when doing keyword analysis.
                                  Enter the relevant keyword in the search field and select the desired search base.
                                  Enter the relevant keyword in the search field and select the desired search base.
                                  Go to Keyword research / Keywords selection.
                                  Click the icon next to a keyword to see which featured snippets appear in the results for that query.
                                  seo reports
                                  If you want to create a specific snippet for a website, you can filter the keywords.
                                  serpstat keyword analysis
                                  The Keywords report displays icons of featured snippets that were found for the analyzed domain in Google SERP for a given keyword for the selected date. If a period is selected in the report, the tool shows the presence of featured snippets for the last piercing.
                                  • Gray icon: a featured snippet appeared in the SERP for a keyword with a page from a domain other than the monitored domain.
                                  • Blue icon: a featured snippet appeared in the SERP for a keyword with a page from a monitored domain
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                                    Featured snippets function can help generate more traffic for a site, as determining the site's positions will help you choose the right strategy for its development. Just pick those snippets that are relevant to your industry / company and optimize a web project according to the tips described above.

                                    Infographic: how to get to featured snippets in SERP

                                    Visual memorization is always easier. Here's an infographic that you can save and peek at, so you don't forget anything while creating featured snippets.
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                                    FAQ. Common questions about SERP features

                                    What is a SERP feature?

                                    A SERP feature is any result on a Google Search Engine Results Page that doesn't look like organic regular result.

                                    How many SERP features are in Google

                                    There are over 30 of them.

                                    How to rank for SERP features?

                                    There are different recommendations for different features, you can find more information in the article above.

                                    How to know which SERP features are available for keywords?

                                    Simply, just Google keyword you interested in, and if you'll see featured results if they are available.

                                    That's it!
                                    Wish you to get to multiple featured snippets and rank in first positions!
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