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Help us make the web better: An update on Rich Snippets

Webmaster Level: All In May this year we announced Rich Snippets which makes it possible to show structured data from your pages on Google’s search results. We’re convinced that structured data makes the web better, and we’ve worked hard to expand Rich Snippets to more search results and collect your feedback along the way. Read more from the original source: Help us make the web better: An update on Rich Snippets

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Managing your reputation through search results

(Cross-posted on the Official Google Blog ) A few years ago I couldn’t wait to get married. Because I was in love, yeah, but more importantly, so that I could take my husband’s name and people would stop getting that ridiculous picture from college as a top result when they searched for me on Google. After a few years of working here, though, I’ve learned that you don’t have to change your name just because it...

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A proposal for making AJAX crawlable

Webmaster level: Advanced Today we’re excited to propose a new standard for making AJAX-based websites crawlable. Read the rest here:  A proposal for making AJAX crawlable

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New parameter handling tool helps with duplicate content issues

Duplicate content has been a hot topic among webmasters and our blog for over three years. One of our first posts on the subject came out in December of ’06, and our most recent post was last week. Read the original post: New parameter handling tool helps with duplicate content issues

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Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web ranking

Recently we received some questions about how Google uses (or more accurately, doesn’t use) the “keywords” meta tag in ranking web search results. Original post:  Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web...

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