Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Google Sitelinks : More Valuable Search Results

Google sitelinks are designed to provide searchers with more valuable search results for their queries, rather its just the collection of links that appears below the result pages of a website. These links are linked to the main internal pages or sections of the website. The Google sitelinks are randomly and automatically chosen by Google's algorithm. Below is the snapshot of Google sitelinks.

How Website get Google Sitelinks in there Search results
  1. The websites ranking at first for the keyword(s) generate the Sitelinks listing.
  2. Website that are easily spiderable and have nicely structured navigation.
  3. Website with fairly high natural search traffic.
  4. High click through rates from the search results page.
  5. Website having Useful outbound andInbound links from high quality sites.
  6. Website age is several years or older.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Google Adds A New Search Box Within The Search Result Pages

Google has added a new additional search box in the search result pages that allows visitors or searchers to search within a website. There are many ‘terms’ for which you can see these additional search boxes in the result pages.

For example, when you search for term "wikipedia” in you'll get the additional search box in search result pages. See the Snapshot below