A new type of structured data markup launched by Google for Educational sites to become eligible for rich results in Google Search.
Education websites that provide content such as practice problems and math solver pages can use structured data to become eligible for the new rich results
The new features create opportunities for sites that offer this material to increase their visibility in Google and potentially drive more traffic.
Some of the top online education providers such as BBC Bitesize, Byjus, Careers360, Chegg, CK12, Education Quizzes, GradeUp, Great Minds, Kahoot!, OpenStax, Toppr, Vedantu and more, definitely get a boost in traffic after this launch.
Here is one quick example
When searching for practice problems, Google will now show a selection of multiple-choice questions in search results.
Sites can be eligible to appear in these rich results by implementing the new structured data for practice problems.
Math Solver Structured data
Math solver-rich results allow users to enter equations in the Google search bar to find websites that have step-by-step answers.
Education sites can use the new math solver structured data to become eligible for rich results like the one shown above.
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