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I just did a search and saw this under the top result.
all are links. the scotland takes you into the sites scotland sections and likewise for the england one. Media information takes you to that page and the same for agency info.
Scotland - England & Wales
Media Information - Agency Information
More results from www.nationaldebtline.co.uk »
has anyone else notcied this, and could this be a manual thing maybe?
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
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?
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..
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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.