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GoogleGuy Says

PostPosted: March 29, 2004 3:20 PM 

Importance: Medium

GoogleGuy draw attention to the functionality of the new "more>>" link that appears at the end of the (formerly-tabbed) sections. Some are concern that the Google Directory has prominence under the new design (there is now direct link to the directory, you have to click "more>>" first). It also appears that Directory catgories and Directory site description in the SERPs appear to have been dropped. Is this the beginning of fazing out the use of the DMOZ directory entirely?

GoogleGuy Says: [Link to quote]

BTW, am I the only one seeing a prettier layout when you click on the "more>>" link?
I was too lazy to type in "labs", so I clicked on "more>>" so I could click on labs instead. Instead of snapshots and a text description, there was some nice pictures, including a beaker for Labs. Hee hee.

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