Google's recent search quality improvement measures. By Crystal J. Briscoe
One of the numerous interesting hottest tweak in the recent monthly recap of Google is a development internally known as “Megasitelinks” together with the developments to the image search tool in Google, its exposure of “byline dates” over web documents and many more.
Google just started performing overviews every month of its search alterations, and this most recent overview incorporates thirty tweaks which took place in December. A few were announced before; however, there are numerous interesting one which were not. Here’s a snapshot of some of them.
That internal project name of Google is an algorithmic enhancement for choosing sitelinks. The post of Google does not offer a lot of color regarding the reason why its name “Megasitelinks” was selected for this particular update, although it does contribute to an interesting latest implementation, and those are localized sitelinks.
Google has been generating a reasonable quantity of updates to the sitelinks within the recent months. They can be observed displaying up not just over home pages, although more often over sub-pages. Also, sitelinks have also widened to incorporate Google+ data within certain circumstances, as reported back within November. And in the previous summer, twelve-pack of sitelinks was being added.
In the post today, there are 2 items associated with the Google Image Search:
Other developments incorporate more precise country-limited search results and better detection of “soft 404”. Google will now know even better when websites have been built to deliver codes that are not accurate to the spider of Google. Moreover, there is also an improvement in the query wording.