Google Has made Effective Changes in Their Snippets Algorithm
Recently, Google has announced a subtle yet effective change in the way it showcases the snippets in the search result pages. Actually, a snippet is a result that Google displays to the visitor in the organic search results. Google has always put a lot of concern into how they showcase organic listings on their search engine results page. In fact, they are perpetually implementing effective changes to how they display such listings.
The hyperlinks and URLs demonstrated as an element of every search result have seen very few alterations over the time. But variations of snippets are continuously being examined. The key objective of demonstrating a search snippet is to convenience to the visitor what he can expect to find or should he click on a specific hyperlink in the search engine result pages.
Now the Google has planned to come up with more descriptive and useful snippets to aid users better understand how links are reverent to their searches. That' s the reason why, the resulted snippets is becoming more lengthier, today. This significant change has been noticing by a large number of people every day.
At Google, the block of text is usually displayed with a minimum of about 150 characters. It has announced that it has begun showcasing even longer search result snippets when the visitor searches for long keywords containing more than two or three keywords.
Understanding how the Google select such descriptive blocks will allow you to control to a certain extent what is showcased in the search engine result pages.