"Double" Google Listing

by nofearman 7 replies
Some sites get a "Double lisitng" in Google. For example, type a keyword like "vintage movie posters" and you will see some sites get a double listing with the second indented just under the first. My question is I notice MORE sites get this double listing when I set my Google to list 100 listings per page. If I have it set to the default of only 10 per page, there are MUCH less double listings sites appear. ANyone have any insite on this??
#search engine optimization #double #google #listing
  • Profile picture of the author Steve Peters Benn
    Basically, they determine the listing based on pagination, so for any given page they will only allow a certain number of indents per x number of results. In other words, you don't have an indent result regardless but rather based on the results that Google show you.

    The interesting thing is that Google must have calculated the indented results for most or all sites already and simply deciedes if they should be shown factoring in the search results context.

    Andy Jenkins would be your man for more details on this .
  • Profile picture of the author SteelDanno
    There is a link to Andy teaching how to do this off this page:

    Google Double or Indented Listings | Andy Beard - Niche Marketing

    Super cool tactic.

    Peace.
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    • Profile picture of the author nofearman
      Originally Posted by SteelDanno View Post

      There is a link to Andy teaching how to do this off this page:

      Google Double or Indented Listings | Andy Beard - Niche Marketing

      Super cool tactic.

      Peace.
      Yess, that is where I first learned from his video about a year ago
    • Profile picture of the author iwanttomakemoney
      Hey, thanks SteelDanno! I was wondering about the indents myself recently Good find.

      Does anybody know how often Google changes their page ranks though? My current site is on page one of Google's search results for that keyword, third from the top. A few days ago, it disappeared onto the sixth page and so on.
  • Profile picture of the author Ron Killian
    I've always seen it as a great bonus. Many times I've seen where I have double listings, usually a very related page as the second listing. Never figured out how to make it always happen, just enjoyed it will it was up
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    • Profile picture of the author AndyBeard
      The easy way to look on it is if both pages deserve to be on the search engine results page, then Google clump them together, at the position of the highest entry.

      Thus say I have a page that should rank 3rd and one that should rank 17th (if it wasn't for the other listing)

      If you are displaying only 10 listings per page, you would most likely gain a single listing.

      If you display more than 17, say 50 or 100, then you would have a double listing at 3rd and 4th spot.

      On pages with 100 listings, there is generally a higher chance of having indented results

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