Google Shows New Snippets For Quoted Searches

Google Shows New Snippets For Quoted Searches

Google changes how search results are displayed for queries that contain text in quotes.

How to hide text in a snippet? #AskGooglebot

In this episode of AskGooglebot, John Mueller explains what a snippet is and how to let Google know if you have text you’d like to exclude from search results. This question was submitted by Ariadna Castro. Thank you!

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Google search tips & tricks, from quotation marks to the “site:” tag
Want to be a Google power user? In less than 10 minutes, this tutorial will show you some important tips and tricks for finding stuff on Google and avoiding the junk results that often appear at the top, ranging from unwanted commercial content to manipulated Wikipedia results. The video uses real examples, including phrases with quotation symbols (for specific phrases), minus symbols (to exclude results), and the “site:” tag (to limit results to a certain site). Narrated by the award-winning author of Google Drive & Docs In 30 Minutes.

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