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Googles Web definitions

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by bigfred, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    I have just noticed that when I do a search for something like:

    what is SEO

    Google places at the top of the SERPS, Web definitions for Seo link.

    The one link is a wikipedia one.

    I have just tried a number of different "what is" and noticed that google seems to like glossary pages on websites and list them in the Web definitions for link

    Has anyone else noticed this?

    Any tips on how to get your own site list in the "Web definitions for" list?

    I wonder if I should set up a gloassary category in my wordpress site
     
  2. blackaff

    blackaff Newbie

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    The problem is that Google will most likely serve the wikipedia page over any other
     
  3. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    I have just done a search and see the wikipedia plus 3 others. It would be good to be one of them dont you think?
     
  4. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    just done a search for "what is physics" (no quotes)

    Google lists at the top: wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn above wikipedia
     
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    edgematch Elite Member

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    "What is what is what is?" Did you look for it? Go for it and be surprised.:D
     
  6. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    so no one knows about this seemingly new feature?