Google Search results now highlight words you put in quotes more clearly.

The search engine is now regularly making it obvious how terms you put in quotes appear on the website thanks to a recent upgrade to the Google Search results page.

Many Google queries consist of a few different terms, and the search engine looks for connections between the words to get the best outcomes from all over the internet. Google’s search results may occasionally display a snippet picked by the website, while other times you’ll see a pertinent excerpt of the page’s text.

However, if you enclose a portion of your search in quote marks, Google will be sure to locate those exact words in that exact context. The majority of the time, the search results page would also display your statement inside the appropriate context.

Today, Google has announced announced that the quoted words will always be displayed on its search results page in their natural context. If the words occurred on the page’s navigation menus or anywhere else where they wouldn’t form an usable snippet, for instance, that was a previous exception.

The business provides a sample search for Google Search in quotation marks in the blog post. Due to its use in the alt text of an image on the page, the word “Google Search” can be found in the second search result. Despite not being displayed as regular text on the page, Google Search is highlighted in the sample along with a statement close to help you know where to look.

Google Search quoted words in results. The words andquot;Google Searchandquot; appear in a normal sentence in one result. Those same words appear in an image's alt text in another.

According to input, today’s update was made because Google Search users wanted to always be able to see the exact location of the quote on the page. It’s only a little change overall, but it might simplify things for some users or at least make it clearer why a certain page is displaying as a result.

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