| 6:24 pm on Sep 6, 2005 (gmt 0)|
yep google is playing with the results again. Actually it was good. I was looking for "buy land" and the links underneath were, UK, US. So it saved me one click
| 7:26 am on Sep 7, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I have seen this new type of return in Google also.
It looks to me as if it is a much cleaner way to display multiple returns for a large site.
i.e. the old way was to have position #1 as the index page, followed by the #2 result indented showing a deep page and the "More results from"
Now, the #1 site is actually taking up less room AND giving the user more choices.
I really like this format. Thumbs up Google.
By the way, the absolute best example I have seen of this new format is to search Google for WebmasterWorld
| 7:34 am on Sep 7, 2005 (gmt 0)|
This type of result is in fact just progressing leaders in the fields lead. They have one result in the top 10 whats the point of giving them 4 more?
If I want some information my searchs are presise enough to bring up the exact content. Why would someone search for widgets when there are infact looking for a blue widget holder with a green stand?
| 8:54 am on Sep 7, 2005 (gmt 0)|
->>It looks to me as if it is a much cleaner way to display multiple returns for a large site.
Seems to me it displays the extra links of a top site for only popular phrases.. That's how I see it for our site (not really large) - only the most popular keyword phrase gets these extra links, or at least I didn't notice it for other keywords..
| 9:27 am on Sep 7, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Yep, i just did a search for phpbb and the first result looks like this:
IOW, below the listing there are additional links to various subareas of the site.
Same for other #1 listings ie. cnn.com, whitehouse.gov ...
So Google uses the link text of (some) main navigation links and rebuilds the links. Cool.
| 10:47 am on Sep 7, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Discussion going on in this thread as to how the extra links are chosen...