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When you search "yahoo" in google it displays cate





sambhav
When you search "yahoo" in google it displays categories...

Mail
Finance
Messenger
Games Yahoo

Yellow Pages
Weather
Sports
Movies


How is this possible ???
the-guide
That's called Google Sitelinks. Normally, Google only displays Google Sitelinks for the first search result of important trademark keywords. Such as Yahoo, Sony, Adobe, Windows, Toyota, Ford, General Motor, IBM and etc. However you will not found Google Sitelinks when you search with the word Google but they list all of their site until totally complete before follow by others. Laughing
DanielXP
When i loggin to my google webmaster tools it says,

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Current sitelinks Last updated Jul 23, 2008
User System - http://rmb-scripting.com/tutorials.php?cat=8 [block]

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Gallery [Add-on] - http://rmb-scripting.com/tutorials.php?tutorial&tid=293 [block]

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Add a progresbar to your web ... - http://rmb-scripting.com/tutorials.php?tutorial&tid=274 [block]


It used to display them links when you search for my site. Now it don't seem to Sad
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