Google Patent Annotations In Search

SEO by the Sea, Thursday, February 25, 2010 3:04 PM
  • Comment
  • Recommend (1)
Subscribe to Around the Net in Search Marketing


Search engines have been exploring concepts of relevance. Google recently received a patent that redefines the way someone might perform searches to help find relevant pages, Bill Slawski tells us. The patent describes a process that includes using a query term in a search, as well as a label that might match annotations made on pages returned in search results. Slawski provides examples and screen shots to explain how annotation labels might work. Google does provides a way to include labels in Google Custom Search, he writes.
Read the whole story at SEO by the Sea »

Be the first to comment on "Google Patent Annotations In Search"

Leave a Comment

Sign in to leave a comment. Don't have an account? Join Now

Recent Around the Net in Search Marketing Articles

>> Around the Net in Search Marketing Archives