All I can say is WOW – I couldn't have written it any better. Optimizing websites for Google Knowledge Graph is becoming mandatory. Here we are in the early stages of this new search engine development, and it is important that we stay ahead and ontop of these rapid search engine developments.
From incorporating Schema.org markup to your website as well as a 'slew' of additional recommendations, this is a fantastic article beignning to scrape the surface of the future or search.
How are you going to optimize your website for the upcoming Google Knowledge Graph algorithm updates? Are you ready to begin including markup on your pages, and entice authority sites to contribute information about your web property?
It seems the future is nearly now…
"With so much media coverage focused on Facebook's IPO last month, you might have missed important Tech announcements like Google's "next frontier in search," Knowledge Graph, a growing collection of 500 million people, places and things."
You can learn more about the future of web search and Google's Knowledge Graph here:
How to Optimize for Knowledge Graph?
The article above lays out a pretty good roadmap, but what are your concerns? Ready to take action?
What do you think? Are you ready? As a fellow webmaster, there's no doubt that it's time to take stock of our inventory and begin creating the content that will make the BIG G happy and produce website content optimized for Google Knowledge Graph.