• http://www.jaankanellis.com incrediblehelp

    Another stupid SERP change from Google. Lets hope this is just a small test and not completely implemented.

  • http://91digital.net Conrad O’Connell

    Oh, I’ve had this in my SERPs that I watch for at least for a month or so. Do some searches about the Myrtle Beach area and you’ll likely see it as well.

  • Koby Wong

    It just shows that having descriptions/listings on popular sites like DMOZ and Wikipedia are important, especially if Google is going to be using them in their search results.

  • http://www.rustybrick.com/barry Barry Schwartz

    Nothing, not all results have these drop down overlays.

  • http://www.deepred55.co.uk Karl Bantleman

    Google has also used the descriptions in DMOZ in the title tag area in the past, not great for branding but it does mean that standardising all your branded links is imperative, especially so when Google looks at social signals so much

  • photofox

    “DMOZ is not the most updated source of information” – Categories may vary, but DMOZ is still useful. We’re part of the solution, not part of the problem.

  • http://www.globalhome.com.ph/ Raymond Manalili

    Other edge to consider for SERP. But i guess we should have better understanding to google knowledge graph than this.