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Google introduces ‘Search This Site’ feature

April 21, 2006 by  

Ryan over at CyberNet News writes about a new Google search feature that will provide more information to users about a site simply by selecting an expandable arrow.

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Once the arrow is selected then more information will be displayed about the site, including a longer description/summary and a related image. They will also include related links to that site to help users find the information they are looking for more quickly.

This is good news for the Google users because with a single click, users will be able to have a better picture whether a page offers relevant content without the need to visit the page.

This means website owners will have to work harder to provide good quality and relevant content to the users if they want their sites to be visited.

Apparently this new feature is only available on a limited basis as my search result pages are still showing the old format. Has anybody got the chance to try this one out?

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Comment by LcF
2006-04-21 04:00:56

so, this is the google new search technology I blogged previously?

 
Comment by Gaman
2006-04-21 11:30:22

Yea it’s related but someone actually just notice it went live on a limited basis recently.

 
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