Changing the text that accompanies my blog's search results

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  • #801029

    Hi. I tried Googling this topic but I couldn’t seem to word it right, so I couldn’t find helpful results. I decided to ask help here. If a thread for this topic already exists, please direct me to it. Thank you.

    Anyway, whenever I Google my site, how it appears varies. I know its position changes depending on its popularity. But what I’m referring to is the text that accompanies the search result. Sometimes, the result appears with the site’s tagline. Other times, it appears with the text of the latest post.

    Now, it appears with the text of the Creative Commons License widget I added. It looks like this:

    <img src=”http://i40.tinypic.com/16aebv7.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”Image and video hosting by TinyPic”>

    I want to change it back again to my site’s tagline, if that’s possible. Can it be done? If yes, how? Thank you.

    The blog I need help with is thebackgroundstory.com.

    #801225

    Okay, the image didn’t appear. Please click this instead. Thank you.

    #801229

    timethief
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    But what I’m referring to is the text that accompanies the search result. Sometimes, the result appears with the site’s tagline. Other times, it appears with the text of the latest post.

    We have absolutely no control over what Google chooses to display.

    #801230

    ^ That’s sad. )= But thank you.

    #801236

    timethief
    Member

    Google does what Google wishes to do. I watch what Google does and make adjustments accordingly.

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