Google Sitelinks for Wikipedia articles

Google now shows sitelinks for Wikipedia articles. The sitelinks for Wikipedia results’re special because Google doesn't send you to a different page, but to a section of the article. This’s especially useful for long articles that include a lot of information. “sitelinks are links to popular sections of a site that help you navigate directly from […]
Google now shows sitelinks for Wikipedia articles. The sitelinks for Wikipedia results’re special because Google doesn't send you to a different page, but to a section of the article. This’s especially useful for long articles that include a lot of information. “sitelinks are links to popular sections of a site that help you navigate directly from Google's search results pages.”

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