A few years ago it used to be common practice to have an FAQ page on a web site. Is it still regarded as good practice or old hat?

I ask because my site now has quite a few pages and I think it would be helpful to draw it together with a summary page with FAQs and internal links. What is regarded as Best Practice?


Best Regards,


Trevor

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RoopeKiuttu Premium Plus
Yes it sounds like a good idea. You can also include it when you're reviewing some product to encourage people to get the product by answering FAQ
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LatinNomad Premium
Many thanks Roope.
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WilsonP Premium
Hi Trevor,
You have some good answers below.
I have taken note for future.

Wilson
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LauraFuller Premium
Hi Trevor, I found this article that supports what Simon says also. I have FAQ on one of my sites that follows these guidelines also.

Hope this helps.

https://www.searchenginejournal.com/best-faq-page-examples/267709/#close

Laura
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LatinNomad Premium
Brilliant. Thanks Laura
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SimoninAsia Premium Plus
Hey TJ, you can absolutely do that if it's helpful to the people visiting your website.

I also know of people running entire websites by building posts around questions/keywords people are searching for.
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LatinNomad Premium
Terrific. Thank you.
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SimoninAsia Premium Plus
You're welcome, glad I could help :)
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