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starting today, you’ll see Knowledge Graph results across every English-speaking country in the world. If you’re in Australia and search for [chiefs], you’ll get the rugby team—its players, results and history.
We’ll also use this intelligence to help you find the right result more quickly when your search may have different meanings.
its when those pictures lead directly to another google property, that's when the trouble will start. imagine if someone searched for "new york hotels", and google put pictures of all the hotels at the top. if each of those pictures led directly to the hotel's own google+ page, then people are going to start losing loads of traffic. im guessing that is where we are heading.
shhhhhhh londrum dont tell them
[edited by: tedster at 3:56 pm (utc) on Aug 9, 2012]
Just try to SEO the graph and you'll see youself without a job or being like in a hamster wheel
In the near future Google will just use excerpts from web sites and you might get a link that almost home will click on so you won't get any traffic at all.
Is it me or is the term "knowledge graph" completely misleading as to what it really is? Since it's content Google didn't write inserted onto their results pages there isn't much "graph" to it.
No image actually is credited in any way with the website it originates from, nor is it linked to an "originating website"..G just shows them, as if the images "belonged" to the plex..
"Images may be subject to copyright." ( but inspite of it being "copyright", G has so far used it three times, and I'm still not actually at the site they took it from )
Search for "[country name ] actors", is this layout new?
[edited by: Robert_Charlton at 6:11 pm (utc) on Sep 9, 2012]
Part of the "knowledge graph"?
...Over the next couple days, we’ll begin showing the carousel for factual lists to our English users on all Google domains across the world.
This works for a variety of locally interesting lists like [aamir khan movies], [cast of the it crowd] or [mountains of the alps] or more general queries like [saturn’s moons] or [dog breeds]. The carousel makes it easy to explore the items in the list -- it stays attached to the top of the search results page so you can flip through the items easily and dive in deeper if something catches your interest....
scraped, mentioned , posted , usually without permission, on
the web, so we, Google, aren't the guilty scraping it direct ones, we just found it ..wink wink..