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I've discovered that google is into bread crumbs. (an example crumb tail is above this text) Above should explain this page about "Search engine optimizations" is a sub page of "Tips, tricks, tutorials, pictures & words" and "Tips, tricks, tutorials, pictures & words" is a sub page of "Enkhuizen - Holland", no matter what domain it sits on it still makes sense. :)
Yahoo 360 blogs have duplicate content under the short url. Our beloved search engine crawler can also find out about that if you add a crumb.
Another motivation to add a crumb is preventing the search results from pointing at ur blogs main page.
Say you've (finally) written a good post about subject X, the search engine is trying to give your content some keyword rating. We want our post about X to show up. The last thing we want is the main page to show up. The main page doesn't necessarily have to have anything to do with subject X. Only that one specific post was what your reader was looking for and they mostly wont find it!
Another great thing about the crump is that it's easy to ignore because it's easy to see what it does. :) SEO often does more bad as good for a site, in this case I really can't imagine anyone running a search engine would prefer to offer the wrong page for result.
Google Information for Webmasters - Search Engine Optimizers
....a few tips that may help you distinguish between an SEO that will improve your site and one that will only improve your chances of being dropped from search engine results altogether.
Wikipedia - Search engine optimization
Not all sites have identical goals in mind when they optimize for search engines. Some sites are seeking any and all traffic, and may be optimized to rank highly for common search phrase. This can be a poor marketing strategy for a business because it can generate a large volume of low-quality inquiries that cost money to handle, yet result in little business.