We are glad to post a guide on getting Google sitelinks for your blog or website. Google Sitelinks are a collection of links that appears below the result of a website. These additional links link to main pages of the website. They are randomly and automatically chosen by Google’s algorithm. Tips 4 Web has it briefly explained.
How can you get Sitelinks for your website?
Unfortunately, there is nothing certain about Google’s Sitelinks. The following factors seem to influence whether Google displays Sitelinks or not:I think we met these requirements. Take a look at how Coolbuster » The Power of Information looks like in Google Search results if you search for the keyword "coolbuster".
1. Your website must have a stable #1 ranking for the searched keyword. Other websites don’t seem to get Sitelinks.
2. Your website must be at least 2 years old. It seems that younger websites don’t get Sitelinks.
3. The number of searches and the number of clicks that your website gets for a certain keyword seem to be considered. Keywords that aren’t searched often enough don’t get Sitelinks. It also seems that your website has to get many clicks for the searched keyword.
4. The number of links that point to your website with the searched keyword as the anchor text seem to influence the creation of Sitelinks. Sitelinks only seem to appear for the main keywords of a website, not for all keywords for which a website is listed.
If your website meets these criteria Google might assign Sitelinks to your website for your most important keywords.
Sitelinks can be a nice addition for searches for general keywords but they usually won’t appear for searches that consist of two to four words. These words are the most important keywords for website promotion and search engine optimization. Source