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Google Announces Passage-Based Indexing

Google announced a number of upcoming changes and improvements coming to Search, including the revelation that it will soon be able to identify individual passages on a webpage to surface relevant content in the search results.


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Another change coming soon allows us to identify individual passages in a web page and process them as perhaps being most relevant to a search. We expect this will improve 7% of search queries in Google. #SearchOn

— Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) October 15, 2020

New Google Shopping Features

Google announced new shopping features that will benefit both shoppers and retailers this upcoming holiday season.

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Reports of rising retail sales suggest Chinese consumers have shaken off coronavirus worry, but the recovery is by no means complete, and spending that has grabbed headlines masks a deeper malaise


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