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"7 Is The New 10? Google Showing Fewer Results & More From Same Domain"

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by BLIXX, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. BLIXX

    BLIXX Regular Member

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    Gee, I wonder why.

    Must be for "a better user experience" lol.

    Continued here: http://searchengineland.com/7-new-10-google-showing-fewer-results-131006
     
  2. JimmyWong

    JimmyWong Registered Member

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    How do you get the 7/10 structured links, like above? In a nutshell please.
     
  3. deviatus

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    How often does this happen when doing non-brand name searches? I'm not too concerned as long as this mostly applies to searching company names.

    As for having 10 results but multiples from the same domain... I've been the beneficiary of this before, but G went after this in the past, although it still happens, just not as much.
     
  4. mainhoondon

    mainhoondon Regular Member

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    how can i get the links like these people have got (ebay etc)
     
  5. deviatus

    deviatus Power Member

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    When you have millions of customers.. you get a good natural backlink here and there.
     
  6. -Joe-

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    For someone who's small time, having a unique name.

    I.e. rather than say "runningshoesuperstore.com"

    "floopyjoopshop.com"

    The more unique the site name, the easier it'll be to get your own sitelinks.

    (although, bear in mind, even ranked #1 for "running shoes" with the second domain, you're not gonna have sitelinks showing up. Searches for "floopyjoop" on the other hand, will show sitelinks.)
     
  7. JimmyWong

    JimmyWong Registered Member

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    Not necessarily true. I've seen new(ish) sites structured like this in search. There must be a specific way to do so. Surely?
     
  8. deviatus

    deviatus Power Member

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    Was the search for their specific brand name? If someone's already searching for you, it's not to much benefit. Google just sees them as the only major authority on the brand name.
     
  9. Autumn

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    I've been seeing some changes in the serps the last couple of days, and a lot of non-brand keywords where the same site is dominating the serps over several pages... Especially with multiple subdomains from the same site.
     
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    Kikerinka Senior Member

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    I know a keyword with decent searches in my main niche, where various sub-domains of about.com have 29 of top 30 results! I have the last missing spot :).

    Also, this depends a lot on your browser. For example (and I do not know why), Mozilla has this tendency of showing more results from one site, while IE or Chrome shows this less.
     
  11. ShadeDream

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    Looks like AdWords will be getting new customers. :)
     
  12. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    Yeah seriously seems like another adwords push. But on another note, I don't see how reducing the amount of results and amount of sites listing for a keyword could be beneficial for user experience in anyway.