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Google testing Adwords sitelink formats?

July 21, 2010 One Comment

Google's extended its Adwords sitelinks recently. And they also appear to be allowing advertisers to play around with formatting - it seems you can now have funny pointy arrows (first one) or even ticks (bottom one) before each one ...

Ticks and arrows on Adwords sitelinks ...

Ticks and arrows on Adwords sitelinks ...

Is this new or did I miss the news?

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