Like other search engines, Google already distinguishes between various types of content. You can search specifically for images, videos, books, blog posts, and so forth. Google has separate search engines for each. But two recent changes suggest that Google is improving its ability to classify different types of content that's gathered from ordinary web pages.
Search Engine Roundtable points to a discussion on WebmasterWorld about the addition of dates at the beginning of some search results -- something Michael Gray spotted in mid-September. From my personal experience, this seems to be [...]
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