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Google Search now offers in-depth articles feature to satisfy the researcher in you

Brad Molen
08.06.13
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According to Google, ninety percent of its queries are for quick hits -- sometimes you just want an answer to your question, get out and go on with life. But ten percent of its searches are from people who are digging deep and getting the real dirt of the situation. For that tenth of the search population, Google Search has introduced a new Knowledge Graph Box that features in-depth articles. These will typically offer the reader a lot more insight into particular topics, and will often feature longform content -- including posts from lesser-known publications. The update is rolling out to English users today, though there is no word on when we can expect to see it for other languages.

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