Friday, August 4, 2006
Google Site Links Changes
I’ve seen this, but I’m not sure it showed for every site before: when you search Google for a site’s title, like [search engine watch
], you’ll be seeing URLs next to the site links. Also, the site links are listed vertically instead of horizontally as before.
Google is quite smart in figuring out a site’s main navigation items; when you search for [google blogoscoped], you get Archive, Google’s blogs, Outer Court, and About.
The actual snippet showing in the result, as usual when you search for a site name, is taken from Dmoz.org, the Open Directory Project. (To prevent the ODP snippet from showing, you can use the NOODP meta tag.)
[Thanks Telendro, Tony Ruscoe and Nathan L.]
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