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Why do some ads have sitelinks with a small arrow and some just have the old listed sitelinks?

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Hi,

 

Why does Google show results, both with sitelinks, but some have sitelinks with an arrow

 

Sofa Sale - Up to 60% Off - Bespoke Sofas - Corner Sofas - Visit Our Showroom

 

And some still show like this?

 

Most Popular Hotels
Budget Hotels
Best Reviewed Hotels
Luxury Hotels

 

 

I would prefer our site to use the second set of sitelinks as these make the ad thicker, any idea?

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Accepted by Karl (Explorer ✭ ✭ ☆)
September 2015

Re: One line sitelinks

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Hello snewton80; Welcome;


Google does not reveal much which format is used :

"When a user’s query matches a keyword in your Ad Sitelinks-enabled campaign, Google will automatically determine if your ad qualifies to show Ad Sitelinks and whether to show the two-line or the one-line format based on the quality of that ad. Ads that currently qualify for the two-line format will not be affected by the addition of the new one-line format"

 

Here is the official blog announcement: (A year ago):

 

http://adwords.blogspot.co.il/2010/06/ad-sitelinks-now-available-for-any.html


 

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