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When Google Shows A Source Or Credit For Quick Answers & Knowledge Graph

While Google is constantly on the provide speedy advice along with expertise chart information right near the top of this search engine results, author considerations always climb. Publishers are worried that searchers will have less of a need and desire to click through from Google’s search results page to the publisher’s page, leaving the publishers with very little methods to monetize their content, as a result reducing his or her capability to put much more helpful content material on their web page with time.

For example, if you search for "what is seo" gives you  a quick answer from Wikipedia with a link to Wikipedia:

But a search for "how old is obama" just gives the answer, without citing a source:

A Google spokesperson tells that when the information is “basic factual information you can find many places (e.g., when Obama was born),” they will “just present it as is” without providing a source. But when the information is “not widely-known information” or when they “show relevant snippets from webpages,” Google will “typically show the source.” Google added that in “some cases”, such as when they are “working directly with the source” they may not show the source.

Source:- http://searchengineland.com

Rohit Rathore

Rohit Rathore is an Internet Marketing Manager, Seo Expert and working on various projects. He is passionate about Blogging, Latest Technology, Latest Trends In Seo and usually blogs on SEO, SEM, Social Media, WordPress and Web Design.

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