Google’s search liaison, Danny Sullivan, asked  the SEO community on Twitter what changes they would like to see in the Google search results interface and links. Sullivan asked what do SEOs dream about when it comes to “how Google displays listings.”

What type of feedback does Google want?

Sullivan gave these examples:

  • More control over titles?
  • Sitelinks?
  • Things we don’t do that you’d want?
  • What you’d do with markup or other ways to help?

How do I give my feedback?

There are currently a number of suggestions from the SEO community. If you have any ideas or if specific thoughts on the ways Google displays search results upset you, here is your chance to give Google your two cents.

To give your feedback, you need to be on Twitter, go to the tweet and click reply. You can reply multiple times, with multiple ideas and you can attach images and videos of your suggestions.

Will it matter?

Who knows what will come of the suggestions given to Google. This is at least a signal that Google is listening and that will likely discuss that feedback internally.

About The Author

Barry Schwartz is Search Engine Land’s News Editor and owns RustyBrick, a NY based web consulting firm. He also runs Search Engine Roundtable, a popular search blog on SEM topics.

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