Google's Sitelinks Within Search Result Snippets

Sep 11, 2009 • 8:25 am | comments (0) by | Filed Under Google Search Engine

Remember a few weeks ago Google started with anchor based Sitelinks for specific sites? Well, now it seems like Google is trying to put these types of links directly in the search engine snippet (i.e. the description in the search results, under the page title).

A search for pension contributions brings up a Wikipedia listing with an anchor link directly in the Google search snippet. Here is a picture:

Google Snippet Links

iCrossing first spotted this and @rishil gets credit for letting me know.

This is also mentioned in the ongoing WebmasterWorld thread on the topic of these anchor based Sitelinks.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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