First post in absolutely yonks…and I have so many posts in drafts including one for my Branded3 buddies.
Anyway, I spotted something new to Google today which I am pretty sure no one has blogged about it yet.
Spotted today was “You visited this page on _____” below the result which on first impressions is a bit useless. I can’t think of a scenario where this piece of information would come in handy.
But wait there’s more…
“You visited this page…”
After tweeting this (@seo_livewire) I got a few replies back including one from @marcusSeo of SEO Kingdom passing me a screengrab of another change he spotted that day. It was the same changed that I spotted two days previous and tweeted but got no response so thought it might have been older than I thought.
See the change on my Yfrog page. The amendment seems to be the inclusion of the word ‘search’ and a big tall gap until the first PPC ad. Again I don’t see the benefit of this design tweak. Possibly all will be revealed at a later date.
Comment if you have a opinion on these tweaks, their purpose/benefit (and whether I am right that they are a new change).