Google Knowledge Graph

The Knowledge Graph is a knowledge base used by Google to enhance its search engine's search results with semantic-search information gathered from a wide variety of sources. Knowledge Graph display was added to Google's search engine in 2012, starting in the United States, having been announced on May 16, 2012. It provides structured and detailed information about the topic in addition to a list of links to other sites. The goal is that users would be able to use this information to resolve their query without having to navigate to other sites and assemble the information themselves.
Posts about Google Knowledge Graph
  • Weekly Marketing Skinny • January 17, 2015

    … prior queries. How Googly… Google Analytics restructured ‘Acquisition’ section. You can now specify your social profiles to Google to display in Google Knowledge Graph. Nice feature, but in reality, it won’t be accessible to most of us for a long time (if ever?). DuckDuckGo, the search engine that doesn’t track you, has tripled its growth. I…

    Ana Hoffman/ Traffic Generation Cafe- 18 readers -
  • Want a Google Knowledge Graph Source Link? Try a Facebook Post

    Want a Google Knowledge Graph Source Link? Try a Facebook Post January 14, 2015 by Jennifer Slegg Leave a Comment If you have been trying to be the source of a Google Knowledge Graph, you should definitely consider outside sources if you aren’t able to nab it for your website. Many have noticed that Google cites some rather interesting sources in their “how to” type of know ...

    Jennifer Slegg/ The SEM Post- 10 readers -
  • Top 25 Inbound Marketing Articles of the Week: Thanksgiving Roundup

    … of Google’s Webmaster Tools. The truth is they are hugely beneficial for monitoring SEO. Chipper Nicodemus shares five ways to do this. SEO sometimes becomes a very large echo chamber. Alice Wilde posts an article on five SEO trends marketers should stop writing about and why. Social Optimization We don’t think you’ll need more than two social…

    John Anyasor/ UpCity Daily Tipsin EMail- 12 readers -
  • Your Guide to Structured Snippets for SEO

    … results pages will reduce click-through rates, and therefore organic traffic. After all, if a user finds exactly what he/she is looking for on the first page of Google without the need to click any links, why would he/she? The simple answer is that it probably will affect your organic traffic, with all other factors remaining equal. But you probably…

    Jayson Demers/ Search Engine Watchin SEO- 8 readers -
  • Your Guide to Structured Snippets for SEO

    … will reduce click-through rates, and therefore organic traffic. After all, if a user finds exactly what he/she is looking for on the first page of Google without the need to click any links, why would he/she? The simple answer is that it probably will affect your organic traffic, with all other factors remaining equal. But you probably don’t need…

    Jayson Demers/ Search Engine Watchin SEO- 12 readers -
  • Weekly Marketing Skinny • November 22, 2014

    …, Google may show links and icons to their social profiles (other than Google+!) within the Google Knowledge graph panel. Social Media Twitter enabled users to share and discuss tweets via direct message – you can now send copies of tweets and comment on them out of the public eye. Twitter launched a WordPress plugin to get you to embed more Vines…

    Ana Hoffman/ Traffic Generation Cafe- 15 readers -
  • Link Source in Google Knowledge Graph is Something of a Coin Toss

    Depending on the nature of a Google search, there are times when results show a source and other times when they do not. In fact, Search Engine Roundtable recently reached out to Google to try to get some answers to its formula, but Google's response provided insight and vague undertones. "When it's basic factual information you can find many places (e.g.

    Ashley Zeckman/ Search Engine Watch- 2 readers -
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