SEW Experts: Google Sitelinks – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

The addition of sitelinks to the top listing in certain Google searches can be a boon to site owner. Unfortunately, as with all tests of new technology, this feature has some pretty serious bugs. In today’s SEM Crossfire column, “Google Sitelinks – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” Chris Boggs shows you how to fix the ones that are a fault of your site structure, and deal with the ones that are Google’s fault.

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