In relation to “dominating” the search outcomes, most SEOs outline that as taking on as a lot of the search outcomes on web page one as doable. Generally meaning on one area, generally subdomains and generally totally different domains fully. Jonas Sickler shared on Twitter indented Google outcomes with subdomains after which Ahmed Alaa showed 4 indented outcomes.
It was for a question on [usps change of address] – here’s a screenshot:
You possibly can see that usps.com has 4 outcomes on the prime, when usually Google offers two listings from the identical area – not at all times, however usually it’s two. Do you assume that since there are solely two www.usps.com listings after which a moversguide.usps.com and a faq.usps.com itemizing that Google is permitting extra? I imply, clearly Google is grouping these outcomes collectively in a single greater itemizing with 4 outcomes. Do you assume it might present all 4 in the event that they had been all on the WWW?
Google started indenting outcomes a 12 months in the past July (2021). In 2019, we noticed different types of grouping outcomes.
In any occasion, I discovered the thread attention-grabbing – not in that Google will present subdomains in a gaggle beneath the www of the area however possibly that Google may present extra whether it is utilizing a subdomain for some listings that match the question. Or possibly the USPS ought to attempt to consolidate a few of this content material – possibly that’s the take away? 🙂
Discussion board dialogue at Twitter.