Google Extracts Facts from the Web to Provide Fact Answers

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When Google crawls the Web, it extracts facts from content on the pages it finds as well as links on pages. How much information does it extract about facts on the Web? In Providing fact answers? Microsoft showed off an object-based search about 10 years ago, in the paper, Object-Level Ranking: Bringing Order to Web … Read more Google Extracts Facts from the Web to Provide Fact Answers

GS1 Web Vocabulary Schema Workshops in California

An Extension to a Web Vocaulary Schema from GS1 I noticed a blog post published yesterday, November 2, 2016, and it looked helpful: Use JSON-LD to add Schema.org to your Website. Schema and structured data seem to be growing in importance on the Web, as we see more knowledge panels and rich snippets and product … Read more GS1 Web Vocabulary Schema Workshops in California

How Google May Map a Query to Entity Search Suggestions (Updated)

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Google Entity Search Suggestions Patent Search predictions come from: 1. The terms you’re typing. 2. What other people are searching for, including trending searches. Trending searches are popular stories in your area that change throughout the day. Trending searches aren’t related to your search history. 3. Relevant searches you’ve done in the past (if you’re … Read more How Google May Map a Query to Entity Search Suggestions (Updated)

Performing Entity Actions on Sites

Visitors to a website may want to perform certain actions related to Entities (specific places or people or things) that are displayed to them on the Web. For example, at a page for a restaurant (an entity), a person viewing the site may want to create a reservation or get driving directions to the restaurant … Read more Performing Entity Actions on Sites