[Pro] Google Listing Style

I know that this is not strictly a Freeway question, but my website is built in Freeway and I don’t know if it is something that I need to do in Freeway or is Google Analytics…

I have got my listing for the Car Club Website: http://www.warwickshire7s.co.uk/ Listed on Google and the listing looks like this: http://idisk.mac.com/jamie_jones/Public/Google1.jpg

But I would like to have sub menus in the way that Softpress has for their Softpress Freeway listing, like this: http://idisk.mac.com/jamie_jones/Public/Google2.jpg

I would be grateful is someone in the know could tell me how I achieve this. I have to admit that I do find the Google Analytics web info information a little confusing.

Thanks

Jamie


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This is done by Google of you create and submit an XML site map.

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Hi Walter

I have created and Submitted a sitemap.xml

But I have been lead to believe that it is possible to to set up sub-listings some how.


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I swear to you I never did anything of the sort on Good Service Guide,
yet look at it now in the index and you will see a nice submenu. All I
ever did was indicate to Google that the sitemap was there and waiting
to be looked at. They did the rest.

Walter

On Apr 12, 2009, at 8:58 AM, Snapper wrote:

But I have been lead to believe that it is possible to to set up sub-
listings some how.


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Was there anything that you did special in the sitemap?

No need to swear… lol


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It would look as though Google has there own reason why they do this.
(It seems to appear on very popular - heavily visited sites)

http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/http%3A%2F%2Fwww.softpress.com

If you study the Google sub menus they don’t seen to relate to how
the Softpress site is organised, so perhaps they are helping users to
find the most popular pages easily - when you hit a certain level of
hits?

David

On 12 Apr 2009, at 7:22 pm, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

All I ever did was indicate to Google that the sitemap was there
and waiting to be looked at. They did the rest.

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Nope. It’s generated by that desktop app, and I did it once and never
updated it. I really should go through and change the last-modified
dates one day…

Walter

On Apr 12, 2009, at 3:19 PM, Snapper wrote:

Was there anything that you did special in the sitemap?


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I’m afraid that I don’t think this is directly linked to the presence
of the site map. A site map will undoubtedly help but it’s my
understanding that Google appends these ‘in site links’ to site
listings that it deems an authority on the search term. Softpress,
thankfully, is seen as an authority on ‘freeway softpress’.
See;

Regards,
Tim.

On 12 Apr 2009, at 18:01, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

Nope. It’s generated by that desktop app, and I did it once and
never updated it. I really should go through and change the last-
modified dates one day…

Walter

On Apr 12, 2009, at 3:19 PM, Snapper wrote:

Was there anything that you did special in the sitemap?

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it’s my understanding that Google appends these ‘in site links’ to
site listings that it deems an authority on the search term.

Exactly. There’s no way that I know of to make that sort of thing
happen; it is a Google whim thing. Be authorative and you stand a
fair chance.

k


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