Changes To Google Semantic Search Spotted

Search Engine Journal, Thursday, May 10, 2012 2:04 PM
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Google is testing a semantic search update, according to David Angotti. He provides an example: "when a user searches 'who directed The Hunger Games,' the answer is provided at the top of the search results. In addition, some users are provided additional information and pictures related to Gary Ross on the right-hand side where ads normally appear." As many of us know, it's not uncommon to see changes in search results that Google may or may not implement.

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