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Monday, April 19, 2010

Above Google’s Webmaster Guidelines and Elsewhere: "Make your website Google Chrome-friendly"

Google at the top of their webmaster guidelines page – which instructs people on what to do to be found, indexed and ranked by Google search – added a blue box reading:

Make your website Google Chrome-friendly - Web developers, find resources to make your site look good in Google Chrome.

Turns out this box (worded in a way that gives preferential treatment to Google’s own software) is now stamped across a whole lot of Google’s webmaster help pages – the particular appearance on a page about Google’s rankings, which I guess Google wants to appear neutral, causes an odd juxtaposition.

[Thanks Zoran!]


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