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mathiaus
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From those searches, the top sites have the main link and short description like the others but then underneath they contain other links to certain sections on their sites like downloads, mods etc. Just wondering how this is done as I can't find anything on it and nothing shouts out at me from the source Question
manumiglani
I do not think that can be done by the webmasters. This is google's engine. I wonder whats their criteria for it.
manumiglani
http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/ui-fun-better-snippets
Ratman2050
Hmm I would like to figure that out as well.
manumiglani
Ratman2050 wrote:
Hmm I would like to figure that out as well.


read this post on matt cutts's blog to figure out this....... http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/ui-fun-better-snippets and in case you want to read it here

Quote:
Can you see what’s going on? For a small number of sites, we’re not just showing our regular snippets: we try to expose useful links from within a site. In this Berkeley example, Google shows links for Berkeley departments, academics at Berkeley, etc. Pretty neat (and more importantly, useful) stuff.

People who know Google well will go “Cool” and move on. Other folks will ask things like “Are sites or their links selected by hand–can my site get in on this? Is money involved?” And the answer is: it’s all algorithmic. The algorithms pick the sites where this could be helpful. Of course money isn’t involved at all.
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