Google Adds Longer Snippets, Better Related Terms to Search
Mar 26, 2009 16:52
Keeping it short and simple often pays off in Google searches. Starting today, however, any queries three words or longer pay off with longer text snippets in the results, giving you more context for your terms.
It looks like Google will roll down to three or sometimes four lines to present more of your search terms in the sentences they pop up in, which we have to imagine is a pretty good thing for most anyone. Google's also touting an improved algorithm for the "Searches related to: your terms here" splice that often appears after the second or third item on a results page. No details, really, other than Google understanding more queries, more languages, and being "more relevant." Speaking of Google search, how do you force Google to understand a possibly confusing search in context? If you've got the Google-fu, educate the grasshoppers among us in the comments. Screenshots from Google.
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