How to Make Use of Google SuggestionDCI
Google’s changes always intrigue and surprise us. Recently Google has introduced a few new Google Suggest features. Most prominent among them is the hyperlink suggestion – when you search a query in the Google Search box, you get hyperlink suggestions related to the query. This feature directs you straight to the related domain, saving a lot of time for the user.
Let’s take a look at the new suggestions in detail:
- Hyperlink suggestion
When you type popular sites like BBC in the search query, Google will suggest the link to the site directly. Here are some critical opinions regarding this hyperlink suggestion.
There won’t be hyperlinks populated for all queries, but ones where Google is pretty sure they know what you’re looking for, you should see them on, we’re told.- Techcrunch
It does not actually say how to get there, but I would imagine that to get a result then Google has to recognize it as a search term from search data.-Google
- Rest your fingers.
Google suggests offers suggestions on the query when you type a small keyword to select big search query. Suggestions come in real-time, so typing [ great wal ] and clicking ”great wall of china” is faster and easier than typing it out.
- Catch a mistake.
Not everybody knows, what is the exact spelling for a particular word. If you type for [ switcherland ], then Google will suggest Switzerland. This lets you be careless with regard to difficult words or technical terms.
- Skip a page; save some time.
If Google detects that a specific site is relevant to the search you’re typing, it provides a link straight to it. So you don’t have to wait for the search results page. If the link is to a site in our advertiser network, it’ll appear in a colored box labeled ‘Sponsored Link.’