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    How does Google treat entities ?

    How does Google treat entities ?

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    As defined by Google, an entity is “A thing or concept that is singular, unique, well-defined and distinguishable.” This doesn't need to be a physical object and can include colors, dates, ideas, and so on. Entities can be people, places, products, companies, or abstract concepts.

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    In general, an entity (or named entity to be more precise) designates a single, well-defined thing or concept which can be linked to a knowledge graph. ... More precisely, in the SEO world, an entity concerns any subject that can be linked to the knowledge graphs of search engines, such as the Google Knowledge Graph.

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    Entities in Google's Knowledge Graph are semantic data objects (schema types), each with a unique identifier. They are a collection of properties based on the attributes of the real world topics they represent, and they are also links representing the topic and its relationship to other entities.

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    Google defines an entity as, “A thing or concept that is singular, unique, well-defined and distinguishable.” An entity can be an event, idea, book, person, company, place, brand, a domain, and so much more.

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    Here is a complete introduction to find out what are entities and how to use ... Let's start with Google's definition of an entity from one of their ... They care about them because they treat them as a 'vote' of one site to another.

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