I'm still not sure what the story was behind some of the traffic spikes we saw over the last week, but a good deal of the hits came from Google. Interestingly enough, around the same time, they began displaying internal site links for us with the regular Google result text snippet:
They obviously calculate which 'pages' should be included programatically, as some of ours are pretty funny: "good with pork wine", of course, being the winner here.
Google's really become the company where any exposure by them is good exposure, so of course we're happy with the endorsement (only a fraction of the larger sites get these internal site links at all). Its just a shame we're stuck with being the pork wine site experts...
Good with pork wine
- Reply by andrew, Mar 7, 2008.
Congratulations on your enhanced Google results! Lots of people try in vain to get to that point, it should be a big draw for you. And Google is very tight-lipped about how they select sites to receive this, but given the selection of text links you've been assigned, I assume a computer chose them. I'd be interested to see if those links evolve after awhile
- Reply by Mark Angelillo, Mar 7, 2008.
Pale, pink color with brown glazed edges. Nose is pronounced and of bacon, walnuts and brown sugar. The palate is off-dry and smoky. Full bodied with low acidity and tannin. 2 glasses. Pair with a nice mouthwash.
- Blog comment by annie, Mar 7, 2008.
how do you think pork wine might be made?