caterpilartadalafil ohne rezept compra de viagra generico viagra vervangers
    amoxicillin and clavulanate potassium tablets 875mg 125mg side effects fungsi obat furosemide 40 mg prednisone dosage
  • buy microsoft office professional 2010 ms office best price price of visio software
  • precio viagra generico cialis internetapotheke prescrizione viagra
  • cialis prix public viagra in farmacia cialis al naturale
    comprar viagra paypal viagra online kaufen de cialis rezeptfrei deutschland
    purchase microsoft office standard purchase windows 7 product key buy microsoft office standard 2007 online
  • cost of ilife 11 adobe photoshop lightroom 5 discount buy adobe acrobat pro extended
  • 07.21.2009

    Google using breadcrumbs in search results pages (serps)?

    Google using breadcrumbs in the search results pages?

    If  you’ve been on the fence as to whether or not to implement breadcrumbs, there is now evidence that this may help you in the SERPS (search engine results pages) as well.

    Time to roll them out for multiple reasons.

    Site usability, the possibility of better crawlability, and better rankings.

    Two interesting posts…

    Breadcrumbs are an alternative form of navigation, as explained here.  You can see an image of what they look like, which is easier than explaining them.

    This post from Rob Hammonds blog identifies a search he came across in which the breadcrumbs were listed in the SERPS (search engine results pages).

    The short of this is that now, not only are breadcrumbs beneficial to your visitors in terms of navigation, they could help the crawlability of your site as well as help to get more of your pages indexed, among other things.

    This site talks a bit more about it, and in more detail what affects it might have, or things it could affect:

    http://actionableinsights.covario.com/601/google-following-the-breadcrumb-trail-new-breadcrumb-display-may-have-impact-on-google-ranking-algorithm/

    Be Sociable, Share!

    Leave a Reply