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      How Do I Get Google to Show the Right Site Links for My Website?

      Hi all! Im not a techie, so I get confused whenever theres something to do with my website. I wanna know how I can make sure that certain pages get sitelinked. Thanks all.
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      Even though you’re not a techie, you’re working in the right direction to improve the traffic to your website.

      Sitelinks are extremely important. If your sitelinks appear below your website listing on Google, you could get more traffic. But, it’s not a sure thing that your sitelinks will appear in Google results. Even if you get sitelinks, you might not get the sitelinks that matter the most to you on Google results.

      You don’t have any control over which sitelinks appear. So, the million-dollar question is how to ensure that the right sitelinks appear in the search engine results.

      Here are some tips to make sure that you get the sitelinks that are important to you along with your website listing.

      1. If you want a link to a certain web page to appear in Google results, you should make an extra effort to develop inbound and outbound links to that page. The more the links to a page, the greater are the chances of its sitelink to appear.

      2. You should remember that sitelinks appear only for the main keywords. So, you should optimize the webpage for the main keywords to ensure that its sitelink appears with your website listing.

      3. I’m not quite sure about this, but usually, websites that are at least 6 months old have sitelinks. The reason might be that new websites generally don’t have a high amount of traffic, and they have fewer inbound links.

      4. Don’t bury the page deep in directories that you want to be sitelinked; you should be able to reach the page with just one or two clicks.

      5. To make it more likely for the page to be sitelinked, you should have at least two links pointing to it from all the pages of your website.

      6. Make sure that your anchor text and alt tags are descriptive and informative. Include relevant keywords in them.
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      Ive researched some websites that have sitelinks. One thing thats common among them is that all have easy navigation systems. Also, most of them have used HTML links rather than Flash and Java links.

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      I want to go back to the point made by Andrew that a page should have at least two links on every page of the website for sitelinking.

      I don’t agree with this. I’ve seen some pages that are sitelinked but have no internal links. So, I think that there is no connection between internal links and sitelinks.

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      Yeah … you may be right. I’m not saying that, if you don’t have internal links, your page won’t be sitelinked. I’m just saying that doing so would increase the likelihood of the page to be sitelinked.

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      Some pages that dont have internal links are sitelinked, but usually, they have a number of quality external links. Also, if a page is quite popular, it might be sitelinked.

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      Yeah … it’s not just one factor but a number of factors that contribute to sitelinking.

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      I’ve heard that there’s a process for removing useless sitelinks. Can you explain the process?

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      You can only block a sitelink if you have a Google webmasters account.

      Here are the steps involved in removing a sitelink from Google.

      1. Login into your Google webmaster account.
      2. Click on the website that has sitelinks you want to remove.
      3. Click on the links.
      4. Click on the sitelinks.
      5. A page will open that shows all your sitelinks. Click on block in front of the sitelink that you want to remove.
      6. When you click on block, Google will ask you to give a reason for blocking the sitelink. Select an appropriate reason from the drop down menu. You can also give additional information if required. Google asks for this information in order to improve their services (so that they can generate relevant sitelinks).

      I’d like to say that blocking your sitelinks through this method does not remove your sitelinks immediately. Google may take some time to make the changes on search results.

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      I don’t have sitelinks. What should I do?

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