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Bill Slawski ⚓
Organic search results include: 1. Knowledge Panels 2. Related Questions 3. Featured Snippets 4. Related Entities 5. Structured Snippets 6. Local search results Agree or disagree?
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Aymen Loukil Feb 29
Replying to @bill_slawski
Google images
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Bill Slawski ⚓ Feb 29
Replying to @LoukilAymen
Universal search results are all organic results, as are augmented knowledge results in response to queries with entities in them.
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Rich Tatum »∵« Feb 29
Replying to @bill_slawski
Agreed. But the debate really seems to be over semantics & taxonomy of SERP features, what a position # in the web listing means when those features are present, what the value of ANY link is based on its positional context, plus Google disintermediation in some kinds of links.
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Bill Slawski ⚓ Feb 29
Replying to @RichTatum
The 10 Blue links paradigm of search has been changing, and search engines are exploring other approaches. See: Entity Recommendations in Web Search
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Trevor Stolber Feb 29
Replying to @bill_slawski
Agree - they are not traditional organic but they very much organic. The trick will be when paid for versions start appearing - probably in early 2021
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Bill Slawski ⚓ Feb 29
Replying to @tstolber
Auctions involving entities and actions have been taking place in knowledge panels. Expect to see more of those (stream/watch/listen)
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Steven Shelton Feb 29
Replying to @bill_slawski
Agreed. I also believe that as of now #6 is the most consistent. I don't think the others have settled into as much of a steady pattern. They'll continue to change for awhile and sites there today won't be next month or year.
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Bill Slawski ⚓ Mar 1
Replying to @UnhideYourSite
Some of those results only appear of Google recognizes that there is an entity in a query, like a knowledge panel result.
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Cindy Krum Mar 1
Replying to @bill_slawski
I have been describing things as blue links and non-blue links or hosted inclusions. While non blue links may technically be organic, they often seem to benefit from additional signals, like being hosted by Google (AMP, YouTube, KG, Merchant Center/Product KG) or schema.
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Bill Slawski ⚓ Mar 1
Replying to @Suzzicks
"Traditional 10 blue links" less time than people remember. Google diversified organic results: 1998 - G. Search 2001 - Universal Search planned 2001 - Image search 2002 - News 2005 - Local 2005 - Video 2005 - Q&A 2005 - Vertical Creep 2007 - Universal 2011 - Schema 2012 - KG
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