Google Source Data in Google SERPs

Jan 16, 2006 • 2:21 pm | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

DaveN pushed me towards a ThreadWatch post which shows a new UI Google is testing. Just take a look at some of the results for v7ndotcom elursrebmem contest query.

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Looks like all these links are taking you to Google Base. If you do a Author: L3DG search at BlogSearch, you notice it brings back the result from the SERPs above. This is looking like some sort of source detail, added to the SERPs, which is pretty cool. Still a bit foggy on what exactly is going on here, but thought I would post it anyway. This does seem a bit different then what we reported on early today, Google Testing Refinement or Clustering Filter Links.

Forum thread at Search Engine Roundtable Forums.

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Comments:

Dazzlindonna

01/16/2006 08:08 pm

Yeah, I'm waiting to see how long this holds. If it lasts, then obviously Base is going to be an important part of optimizing in the future.

Bart N.

01/16/2006 11:34 pm

I get 0 results for http://www.google.com/search?q=v7ndotcom%20elursrebmem

TOMHTML

01/16/2006 11:58 pm

Hey man, thanks for this good article. In fact I think it's not a "revolution" or something else, it's just Google who wants make buzz ;-)

SEbasic

01/18/2006 11:30 am

It's interesting to see that they've dropped the cache and similiar pages links from those results too.

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