Microsoft Bing announced changes to the way they allow webmasters to manage their “deep links” in the search results, while Google has quietly added up to ten sitelinks for a navigational query.
Vincent Wehren, Senior Program Manager at Bing Webmaster Tools, announced on the Bing Webmaster blog that they have updated the Deep Links management feature by removing features in order to make it more useful to webmasters. The features webmasters have access to now for managing “deep links” (Google calls them Sitelinks) include:
Meanwhile, Google has added up to ten Sitelinks for a navigational type of query for the domain name. For example, if you search for [searchengineland.com], Google will now show ten sitelinks, as opposed to 4 or 6.
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