15 Apr '13, 1pm

Google Testing Sub (Secondary) Sitelinks

Google Testing Sub (Secondary) Sitelinks

The Google Operating System blog noticed Google is testing a new form of Sitelinks on the mobile interface. These new sitelinks are sub-sitelinks, secondary levels beyond the sitelink you’d find in the normal search interface. Sitelinks are designed to help searchers quickly find the section of the web site they are trying to navigate towards. It is mostly found for navigational queries but also can be found on other types of queries. For example, in the image below, you will see a sitelink category for “phones” and when you expand it, it shows categories of phones: –> We actually covered a year ago in one of those Google update reports that Google mentioned sub-sitelinks then: “Sub-sitelinks” in expanded sitelinks. [launch codename "thanksgiving"] This improvement digs deeper into megasitelinks by showing sub-sitelinks instead of the normal snippet. I have personally not ...

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