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The Google Knowledge Panel is one of the most visible aspects of your online brand. Reputation X builds, corrects, and improves Knowledge Panel. Whether it's a local or brand panel, we can help. Talk with with an expert to understand your options.
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Google Knowledge Panel Services
Google Knowledge Panels are powerful tools that showcase a comprehensive summary of your brand or local business directly in Google search results. These panels are derived from authoritative sources and offer a unique opportunity to significantly boost your brand's online presence. Our specialized service focuses on developing and enhancing these panels to ensure your brand stands out in the digital landscape.
Types of Knowledge Panels: Brand and Local
There are two primary types of Google Knowledge Panels: Brand Panels and Local Panels. Brand Panels, often triggered by a Wikipedia page, have a broader geographic reach and are more prevalent. Local Panels, typically activated by a Google Business profile, are easier to achieve and can pave the way to obtaining a Brand Panel. Our strategy involves leveraging both types to maximize your brand's visibility.
Diverse Sources for Rich Information
While Wikipedia is a notable source, Knowledge Panels gather information from various authoritative platforms, including:
- Brand websites
- Business databases
- Google My Business
- High-authority websites like LinkedIn, Britannica, and Yahoo Finance
- Social media profiles
- And many more
Our approach encompasses optimizing these sources to enhance the richness and accuracy of your Knowledge Panel.
Broadening the Source Spectrum
Although a Wikipedia page significantly aids in obtaining a Brand Panel, it is not a prerequisite. Our expertise lies in utilizing a multitude of sources to build a robust and informative panel for your brand.
Corroborative Sources for Credibility
Knowledge Panels thrive on verified, corroborative information from multiple trusted sources. We specialize in ensuring that these sources are in harmony, thereby increasing the likelihood of your Knowledge Panel being accurate and comprehensive.
Optimizing the 'Entity Home'
The 'Entity Home' is the cornerstone of your brand's digital identity. Be it your corporate website or a dedicated online profile, we optimize it with strategic edits, schema markup, and links to trusted sources, tailoring it to be the authoritative source for your brand's information.
Consistency in Local Business Listings
Consistent information across various directories is crucial for Knowledge Panel accuracy. We ensure uniformity across all listings to establish factual information, preventing any confusion that might hinder panel creation.
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Knowledge panel FAQs
A Wikipedia page is not strictly necessary to get a Google Knowledge Panel, but it helps. A local panel certainly doesn't require Wikipedia. But a branded (national or global) panel often depends on Wikipedia – but not always.
A local business can usually generate a local knowledge panel by creating a Google Business profile. A local panel includes reviews, name, address, telephone number, a map, and images of the business. It's different from a brand panel that shows up globally. Brand panels include information like CEO name, founding date, number of employees, and more. Brand panels often evolve from a Wikipedia entry, but not always.
Both Google and Bing feature knowledge panels (so do other engines). Knowledge panels are triggered when the search engine is confident of the facts needed to populate the panel. Facts are found when trusted entities document the facts, especially when multiple trusted sites agree.
There are two types of knowledge panels, local and brand. Local panels are far more common as they appear for local businesses and other subjects. Brand panels appear in much wider geography but are triggered based on much more information, especially a Wikipedia page.