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      chelsey8917
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      How does Google detect entities?
      The studies that we carried out with InLinks, and in particular through Industry reports, show that Google only detects on average 20% of the entities present in a text.

      This result is achieved using exclusively the Google NLP API.

      However, our studies show that in many cases Google’s API does not directly detect the primary entity in the articles it offers on Google Discover.

      It is, If you liked this article and you simply would like to obtain more info about Dịch vụ Backlink <span style=”font-weight: 900;”>generously visit our own</span> internet site. therefore, reasonable to think that Google uses different methods to determine the entities present on a page:

      <span style=”font-style: oblique;”>An NLP algorithm, similar to</span> its API (their API detects almost 100% of people, places and organizations, but very few concepts/things),
      Off-page factors, such as the entities detected in the other pages of the site (acting as contextual entities and allowing an additional step of disambiguation)
      On-page factors such as Schema.org markup to explicitly specify the entities present in the page

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