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Google Webquotes: Enables users to read multiple viewpoints and descriptions of a specific website. For example, enter [digital cameras] as a search term and Google Webquotes delivers a list of the most relevant results. Every digital camera website listed in the results page is accompanied by descriptions and critiques that have been automatically collected from third party sources from around the web.
Direct to Google Viewer [labs.google.com]
Google Viewer: Browse Google search results as a slide show. For example, enter [tahoe ski cams] as a search term and Google Viewer automatically displays a list of Tahoe ski cam sites accompanied by a live preview of each page. As Google Viewer displays the search results, users have the option to speed up or slow down the rate at which results are displayed or to stop the viewer at the site they wish to visit.
Direct to Google WebQuotes [labs.google.com]
joined:June 28, 2002
Is that what Google will be considering more and more for context [webmasterworld.com] type relevancy?
This is the "surrounding" text that is important. [webmasterworld.com]
Nice way to go link hunting again, I wonder what the criteria are for being put in the quotes. Looks like the quotes shown is really what Google considers to be "hubs" in my view.
I would like to see a tool which could indicate me the NEW pages entered in GG (now the new refreshed pages but really the NEW ones) because I'm looking for regular keywords to see what's new. For now, I use "Goofresh" (which I found great!) but this is for refreshed pages.
Google Webquotes: This one I liked better. Many of the web quotes, though, are clearly just the same string which webmasters tell people to use when they're linking to them. In other words, you get to write your own web quotes.
joined:Nov 8, 2002
How about a search this keyword for hubs/directories? You will make our life much easier, I don't know if that's the opposite of your goal though heh heh heh :)
But in all seriousness, I think hubs are very good for people searching a keyword. If I want to research galoshes instead of finding a million sites and affiliate sites selling galoshes how do I sort through the SERPS?
I'd love an option in advanced search if not google labs to do so. It's clear your algo has the pagerank which rewards proportionately more PR passthrough for less links, but you are tracking a score of more authority/hub status for more links. So we know you can do it :)
Just my 2 cents, but I tend to block Phython/PHP/Perl agents from my sites.