Google displays number of visits and time next to search results

Posted on June 22, 2007. Filed under: Search Engine News |

While checking to see where one of my websites was ranking for the keyword “socks” and key phrase “sexy socks”, there was a number and time stamp to the right of the title of my website http://www.funbureau.com (the last one down on the list of the picture below).

Since there hasn’t been any mention of this that I have seen on the web, I thought you would want to know.

Google displays number of visits and time next to search results

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[…] than you think or would want it to.You log in and use the Google search, it tells you the number of times you clicked on the same link and the last time you clicked on it! Do what you want – logout, […]


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