The Knowledge Graph is a knowledge base used by Google to enhance its search engine's search results with semantic-search information gathered from a wide variety of sources.

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Google Knowledge Graph periodic appearance

When searching for my client's business name in Google, the knowledge graph appears sometimes, and other times I simply get a local map showing the business, with no knowledge graph. Baffled as to why....
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How do I specify your social profiles to Google?

A while back I began noticing that big organisations (for example, Nike) have social icons in the search results (knowledge graph). After a little digging, I found a guide on how to specify your ...
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contactPoint for organizations (schema.org)

https://developers.google.com/structured-data/customize/contact-points describes how to "use corporate contact markup on your official website to add your company's contact information to the Google ...
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Why don't search engines support JSON-LD + Schema.org as seperated endpoints via rel=“alternate” or script src?

So the whole idea of JSON revolves around object->arrays presented in a simple text format. The LD variant is no different. When combined with Schema.org it turns into a flexible display API that many ...
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Does the Wiki Summary next to the URL of a SERP come from the Knowledge Graph?

Similar to this question here: (http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/61824/wikipedias-effect-on-google-seo) but a bit different. I recently noticed that on the main listing for some ...
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Is there any way to determine how often content gets one-boxed by Google?

Google is increasingly including one-boxed content in search results. See this one-boxed result from Quora, for instance: This feature is part of an effort first rolled out in 2009 to deliver ...
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Wikipedia's effect on Google SEO

I've been researching new SEO trends for a few weeks now and I see alot of community buzz about Wikipedia pages effects on Google. For example: When I do a search on Lowe's or Macy's in Google: I ...