A named entity is a group of one or more words (a text element) that identifies an entity by name. For example, named entities may include persons (such as a person’s given name or role), organizations (such as the name of a corporation, institution, association, government or private organization), places(locations) (such as a country, state, town, geographic region, a named building, or the like), artifacts (such as names of consumer products, such as cars), temporal expressions, such as specific dates, events (which may be past, present, or future events, such as World War II; The 2012 Olympic Games), and monetary expressions. Quelle: https://www.google.com/patents/US20100082331 … [Read more...] about How Does Google’s Knowledge Graph Work?
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There’s also a problem of The Social Bubble. This is a phenomenon that’s sprung up in recent years due to the growing popularity of social media sites. When you log into Google, you’re connected to your Google+ account. Remember when Google made a big deal about modifying your search results based on past search behavior, friends’ search results, and other factors? Well, it’s been silently collecting data on you in an attempt to come up with what it thinks you want. We see this today in default search settings. For example, Google knows where you’re searching from, and displays results based on your location, by default. That’s just one way Google personalizes search results. … [Read more...] about Does Google Discriminate Against Some Businesses?
If you do not have a blue badge on your page, you cannot post branded content. The new changes to the branded content guidelines are as simple as that; though we realize many will not be pleased with this change. Read more about it in this week’s top news post. … [Read more...] about SEJ Wrap-Up: How Does Google RankBrain Affect Your SEO?
The team compared the five Twitter profiles that had the most followers and the five profiles that had the most inbound links to see if a high follower count impacted a profile’s indexing rate (instead of the inbound links being a factor). While only about 90 tweets were examined for this part of the study, Enge and his team found that: … [Read more...] about How Does Google Index Tweets? A Study by @StoneTemple
The above graphic shows a comparison for a search for “Lufthansa” carried out on Google.co.uk and Google.de where the results are utterly different. This didn’t change when moving IP addresses about either. What’s interesting here is that the pages presented in Google.co.uk are English-language pages from Lufthansa and from Google.de are in German. … [Read more...] about How Does Google Know Where You Are?