technology news (Zhong Tao) November 8th Beijing time news, according to the development trend of the industry attention to search the American technology blog SearchEngineLand reports, Google spokesman confirmed Monday that the company is Google search results page test called a "source of information" (Source) new content module.
Shepard provides screenshots show, when users search for the American pop singer "Rihanna" (Rihanna), in addition to Google search to the regular search results, search results are still on the right side of the page provides Rihanna related data and other information, such as the singer’s birthday, family members, popular songs and similar artists etc.. The information comes from Wikipedia (Wikipedia) website.
Google in the search results and test the new content module (Tencent technology plan)
SearchEngineLand pointed out that Google is testing new content modules, and this summer in the noble baby in the Related toolbar similar. Some users pay attention to recently noticed in some of Google’s search results page, has paid advertising content in the search results (usually located in the lower right side of the page), the purpose is to give more room to place the right, such as "information source" etc..
in a statement to SearchEngineLand that Google is the search results page test new content module, testing a variety of new features and said the company has in the search service. But the spokesman refused to disclose exactly how many users are involved in the new content module test, also did not indicate whether or not it will further broaden the scope of testing.
Shepard provided, if the user "Twitter" search keywords, the search results will appear on the right side of the page Twitter address of the headquarters, founded in Twitter where even the programming language you use information.
SearchEngineLand said the US search engine optimization expert Cyrus · Shepard (Cyrus Shepard) found that Google is testing new content first, and provides the corresponding screenshots.
Tencent A spokesman for Google