Brett_Tabke - 11:20 am on Apr 21, 2010 (gmt 0)
Google started indexing SERPS from our new site search engine. The question comes up, HOW are they getting those search links? These are full keyword searches as performed by users.
When someone searches Google/bing/yahoo/alltheweb and then comes to WebmasterWorld - we highlight the page with those kw's and we also print "try this search on webmasterworld" with a full keyword link to perform a search on our site search engine. So a raw http link is there on the screen, only when someone kicks out a referral from a search engine. How does that link get into GoogleBot?
The only way I can think of is if google is reading pages via the tool bar or via that google accelerator proxy? Or is this just a reconfirm that Google is crawling out of it's referral logs?