Google Sitelinks With Arrows

Apr 16, 2012 • 8:00 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization

A WebmasterWorld thread has discussion around a new format of Sitelinks people are noticing in the search results recently. The deal is, it is not new, I covered it at Search Engine Land a couple months ago.

Here are a couple pictures of this format:

Google Sitelinks with Arrows

Google Sitelinks with Arrows

These sitelinks can show up in the second, third or fourth search result. Possibly even further down the page, where as the larger sitelinks typically show on the first result only.

We have covered much of the evolution of Google's Sitelinks, to check them out, see our Google Sitelinks category.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Sebastian Misniakiewicz

04/16/2012 01:08 pm

I see them now for my blog on 1st place :)

Ashish Chandra

07/11/2012 04:16 pm

Similar arrow links come when Wikipedia results are shown in Google search. They are sub-sections of the Wikipedia article, but I have also seen them elsewhere with separate links to different pages of the website.

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