Google Webmaster Central Gets Updated with Sitelinks and More

Oct 19, 2007 - 10:06 am 0 by
Filed Under Misc Google

Forum members have spotted that the Google Webmaster Central has been updated with some new functionality. The Webmaster Central team has confirmed this and outlines the additions in detail:

  • Up to 6 months of historical data.
  • Percentages of the top queries.
  • Ability to download and export this data.
  • Data is updated constantly for freshness

Nice. Forum members think so too.

Barry has written a little more at Search Engine Land about these features. He also adds that Google Sitelinks has grown to 8 links. He then illustrates all 8 sitelinks in action. Cool!

Not only that, but the Google Webmaster Central team has announced that Google is rolling out code search sitemaps - that is, you can "create Sitemaps that contain information about public source code you host and would like to include in Code Search."

And if your sitelinks aren't your first choice, you can provide feedback to Google on what you want changed.

It is only getting better from here. :)

Forum discussion continues at DigitalPoint Forums and WebmasterWorld.


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