Move over, 10 blue links. Google Knowledge Graph is the search giant’s latest attempt to provide direct answers in its results instead of just sending people elsewhere.
What is Knowledge Graph?
Google’s new Knowledge Graph is a new search tool that will begin rolling out starting today. It’s meant to help you find search results faster. When you now search for a popular or well-known person, place or thing, you’ll get a box to the right of the results explaining more about your search term.
Searching for query – “Taj Mahal” and see what we get:
I am not getting knowledge graph, why?
Google is rolling out soon to everybody and by this weekend, you will surely start seeing such results.
Knowledge Graph is arguably Google’s biggest new search feature since Google Instant launched in 2010, not counting the Google+ integration that the company added earlier this year. For users sick of social search, the company’s renewed focus on improving core search is a welcome change.
Will it pass or fail? Have you read top 5 failed projects of Google ?