But authority of the content trumps it in many instances. But as you are on this post, I am sure you want to leapfrog over the old results and search by date for the latest on Google.As a reader, you want to see dates for some kind of content.Using a specific number of years in the URL parameter is quick way to filter by date.It is the same convenience given to us by Google’s default time filter. Go to Tools Any time on the search page which is located just below the search bar. For instance, select Past 24 hour to find sites updated within the last 24 hours.But try out a few searches of your own and you will see that “old” pages still sneak through.The pages may meet the gold standards of Google’s mystic search algorithm but the blast from the past doesn’t help my friend’s cause. And, right now you just want to see the results in chronological order by date.Also, there are both advantages and disadvantages to use the published date in the results page for the site owners.Digital Inspiration has a simple Google hack to display the date stamp on all results.
And, it is cumbersome to do it for the results of a Google Search. Type “published” in the box and it highlights the published date as included in the HTML meta-tag. The methods only work if the dates have been provided for SEO optimization.
But it is a good way to distill to the right results, especially if you ancestor has a common name. When you are a hardworking researcher, you must dislike coming back to the same results you had visited the day before.
Try a search with the Any time filter and the “Past hour” or “Past 24 hours” options to arrive at the fresher results.
They can be news posts, software reviews, health information, or even an Apple rumor that is short-lived.
So, we have two jobs in front of us: Let’s find solutions for both as they are inter-twined. You might have noticed on a typical result page that Google does not always include publication dates next to the results. This comes from permalinks, bylines, page metadata, sitemap, comments, Word Press, SEO plugins, and themes which add the timestamp etc.
A job hunting friend wanted to Google prospective companies.