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What is the nositelinksearchbox meta tag?

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    You may have noticed a site search box in the results for specific queries. Admittedly I haven’t seen this as often lately, but it’s still there from time-to-time. This meta tag stops that search box from appearing for your site.

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    Nositelinksearchbox
    You may have noticed a site search box in the results for specific queries. Admittedly I havent seen this as often lately, but its still there from time-to-time. This meta tag stops that search box from appearing for your site.

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    Nice information thanks for sharing.

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    You may have noticed a site search box in the results for specific content Admittedly I haven’t seen this as often lately, but it’s still there from time-to-time. This meta tag stops that search box from appearing for your site. .

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    Meta tags are a great way for webmasters to provide search engines with information about their sites.

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    Sitelinks are hyperlinks to website subpages that appear under certain Google listings in order to help users navigate the site. The site owner cannot add any sitelinks; Google adds them through its own secret automated algorithms.If you have a Google Adwords program you can create campaign and adgroup level sitelinks.

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    You don’t have a lot of room to work with and you’ll likely want to include your keywords in your title tag whenever possible. So what do you do?
    What’s key here is testing and tuning. Generally, you’ll find that sacrificing a keyword or two for readability pays off nine times out of 10.

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    I don't know about it

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    You may have noticed a site search box in the results for specific queries. Admittedly I haven’t seen this as often lately, but it’s still there from time-to-time. This meta tag stops that search box from appearing for your site.

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    Meta tags are snippets of text that describe a page's content; the meta tags don't appear on the page itself, but only in the page's code. ... The “meta” stands for “metadata,” which is the kind of data these tags provide – data about the data on your page.

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