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How To Get Google Sitelinks?

Have you ever searched for something on Google and the top search listing had subpages listed for the Website? This is called Google Sitelinks. Sitelinks are generated automatically by Google, you have nothing to do in order to get them. Google will check your site if your site has enough contents and at least 1 year old.

Most of the famous blogger like IT Engineer, proBlogger.com, TechCrunch.com will have their Sitelinks displayed but when I type imDavidLee, no Sitelinks displayed. Thus, I still need to work hard on this. I noticed that most of the blogger’s Sitelinks will be displayed if their search result exceed 10,000 when their particular name is being searched.

iCalvyn
Problogger
Techcrunch
imDavidLee

Tips For Getting Google Sitelink

Site Traffic: If your sites have higher traffics, you will have higher possibilities to get Sitelinks.

Internal Linking & Backlinks: You need to have a great number of internal linking and some backlinks too.

However, if you can meet all these criteria do not mean that you will guarantee get them.

October 28th, 2008 Posted in Google, Internet Resources | 13,423 views

14 Responses to “How To Get Google Sitelinks?”

  1. iCalvyn Says:

    target your article with good keyword, but try to find more back link. Review exchange is the best. Currently i try to submit my post to more then 10 social bookmarking website



  2. Trifter Says:

    Wow, what a great website you have here. It is nice to see actual fresh content for a change. From one webmaster to another, I congratulate you for the effort you must have put in. I will definitely recommend your website to my readers which is highly related to your theme. Keep up the great work on your website!



  3. Dean Says:

    Great site David. Thanks for this post, I’ve been wondering how to setup Google SiteLinks.



  4. spBlogger Says:

    Hehe… JayceOoi.com also has Google Sitelinks. ^_^



  5. iCalvyn Says:

    I found this in other forum: Sitelinks are additional links Google sometimes generates from site contents in order to help users navigate your site. Google generates these sitelinks periodically from your site’s contents.

    Because google generate sitelinks dynamically, this list can change from time to time.



  6. jeanpaul Says:

    Great post,
    I’m with you, I think important thing ” Backlinks” to your site.

    Backlinks with make more of traffic also, Thank you



  7. hi there Says:

    Hi there… good article



  8. Heartburn Home Remedy Says:

    If you ever want to read a reader’s feedback :) , I rate this post for four from five. Decent info, but I have to go to that damn yahoo to find the missed pieces. Thanks, anyway!



  9. Raymond Says:

    Does somebody know if incoming links from a bad website is bad for your sitelinks?

    I had three sitelinks displayed in google webmastertools.

    But sinds i had my link on a website with 3000 subdomains (on all pages my link was displayed), my sitelinks are gone???

    So does someone no if bad incominglinks can hurt your sitelinks?

    Greetings,

    Raymond



  10. School's Directory Says:

    Bad incominglinks can hurt your sitelinks. i am 100% sure and you can also see brad callen suppport for this by simply googling for brad callen. he is one of the good seo gurus



  11. takari Says:

    This article interesting and informative.



  12. Byron Robideau Says:

    Interesting post that you have. I came across a new one the other day. They look open , but very similar to linkedin.com with more of a social business directory look and feel. Nice thought out interface though. Found it at SocialTerrain.com



  13. Cycler Says:

    Great site is this. Here are some usefull tips for me.



  14. Sandy Rand Says:

    Hey, I’m here for the first time here. I came across this board and I find It truly useful & it helped me out a lot. I hope to give something back and help others like you’ve aided me.



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