How-To Rich Results
A how-to walks users through a set of steps to successfully complete a task, and can feature video, images, and text. For example, “How to tie a tie or “How to tile a kitchen backsplash”. If each step in your how-to must be read in sequence, it’s a good sign that HowTo structured data could benefit your content. HowTo structured data is appropriate when the how-to is the main focus of the page.
Properly marked up how-to pages may be eligible to have a rich result on Search and an Action on the Google Assistant, which can help your site reach the right users.
How-to rich results example:
What Your Webpage Needs
- Name – The title of the How-To
- Step (Make sure to include all steps in the How-to process)
- Description of the How-to
- Estimated Cost
- Image of the completed project
- Supplies needed
- Tools Needed
- Video of the project
For full documentation on How-to structured data visit: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/data-types/how-to