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    How might your site look in the Google SERPs?

    Bjorn Enki has posted a tool which allows publishers to preview how a site might potentially appear in the Google SERPs. The tool prompts you for a bit of site information including:
    • Title
    • Meta Description
    • URL

    Once you've entered the essentials, you have a chance to play around with a few appearance modifiers:
    • Decide what words to bold.
    • Show the date?
    • PDF preview option?
    • View Post/Author/Last?


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    I think this is really good tool. This will help you to optimize your website better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by extreme-seo View Post
    I think this is really good tool. This will help you to optimize your website better.
    Warning! There are no guarantees your Google listing will end up looking like it does in the tool output!
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