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sharmin Akther
Apr 13, 2022
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looking for an answer search entity. After publication, Bill Slawski highlighted the relationship between answer boxes and the Google Knowledge Graph: “The patent doesn't specifically say it's connected to Google's Knowledge Graph, but it does say it can look up entity information when collecting answers for answer boxes. Chances are Google will be looking at its Knowledge Graph for entities it could collect answers about when it performs the process described in this patent. Could the answer boxes come from multiple sources? The patent explains that after "determining that one or more passages of text have respective scores that meet a threshold", the search engine will select "one or more passages of text having respective scores that company employee list meet the threshold of inclusion in the presentation". Let's say Page A has the highest scoring paragraph for a query. Page B has the highest scoring image that satisfies this same query. Page C has the highest score board and Page D has the highest score video. Is there a reason why, in the future, answer boxes might consist of multiple web pages? On reading the patent, we do not see why; Google's statement that "one or more passages of text" will be included does not describe these passages as being on the same page. What next steps should SEOs take when optimizing answer boxes? Since the document is a patent application, we cannot consider the statements it contains as fact. Chances are, of course, that
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