Google Officially Launches "Pages Similar To" Feature

Apr 28, 2010 • 8:57 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine

Monday I noticed a new Google showing a one box like result at the bottom of the search results for navigational searches, such as for [search engine roundtable]. Here is a picture of the "pages similar to" feature that shows at the bottom of the results:

Google : Pages Similar To

Note, you may not see it yet, because Google is rolling it out, but it is now officially live and a feature Google is pushing out. Google said:

We launched a search feature that helps you easily find new websites that are similar to the ones with which you're already familiar.

We hope this feature helps you discover many useful websites that you didn't know about before and get a better understanding of all the choices the web has to offer.

Do you like it?

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

Previous story: Bing Updates Language Detection After One or Two Crawls


Michael Martinez

04/28/2010 06:07 pm

It's interesting. I wonder if this is an indication of some of that "brand value" Google is pursuing in its search results.

Miguel Salcido

04/30/2010 06:53 pm

Michael, I am right there with you. I wonder what queries will trigger this or if it will be on every SERP eventually?

No Name

06/02/2010 06:25 pm

How exactly are they determining what sites are related?


04/28/2011 05:29 pm

It shows a list of our competitors. That's not the look we're going for.

sexy sauraj

09/06/2013 04:34 am

chal be chutiye ganed marwalo apni.. :p

blog comments powered by Disqus