What is the Google Knowledge Vault?

For the past several years, Google has been working on building a knowledge vault to store knowledge about … everything. Albert Einstein. How airplanes work. Ingredients for dairy free ice cream. Google’s goal is to create a ‘machine system’ that has the whole of human knowledge stored in one place. This will make Google search results smarter and more accurate to what people are searching for online, helping them find the information they need more efficiently.

As of 2014, the Knowledge Vault had pulled in 1.6 billion facts. Of those, 271 million were rated as “confident facts,” meaning a more than 90 percent chance of being true. It predicts this by cross-referencing new facts with what it already knows.

As you read through this, you may have concerns about privacy or how a company like Google can decide truths within the knowledge they compile. The big takeaway today is that the Google Knowledge Vault can impact your pregnancy center in three primary ways. First, it will impact your Google rankings which determines if women will see your site or not. Second, it will impact a person’s experience while on your site. And finally, it will impact whether or not someone seeking information about your services can trust the information on your site.

At the end of the day, reaching your clients with life-saving support and resources is your number one goal. In this free guide, we will help you understand how Google views information so you can maintain visibility as you keep your website ranked high in Google’s search results.

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Marketing Terms Your Center Needs to Know: A Reference Guide

The world of digital marketing comes with its own vocabulary that is not always familiar to those outside of the industry. We believe that it is important to understand these terms and how they impact your strategy to effectively craft a marketing plan.

We created this glossary of commonly used digital marketing terms to enhance your knowledge and understanding of your center’s marketing efforts.

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How to Optimize for Voice Search

Have you used voice search lately? Abortion-minded women around you, especially those who are younger, probably have. If you aren’t an early adopter of this growing trend, chances are that you’ll be joining in soon. Similar to the way Google cornered the search engine market with such overwhelming force that the brand is now synonymous with searching for something online (there’s a reason no one says, “Yahoo it” or “Bing it”). Likewise, voice search will soon become popular enough that it’s the standard. It will not be referred to as voice search. It will simply be called search.

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Why Directory Listings Matter

Google is the number one most used search engine in the world. Since its usage is so prevalent, it makes sense that abortion-minded women who are searching for unexpected pregnancy help will do so on Google. It is so important that you properly optimize your pregnancy center through various popular directories so that they will rank high in Google searches. This will increase web traffic to your site and foot traffic to your center.

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How Google Reviews Help Women Keep Their Appointments

Google is currently the number 1 review site, by far outranking other sites like Facebook and Yelp. And, 64 percent of people agree that they are likely to check reviews on Google before visiting a location. This tells us that people highly value previous experiences had, and they trust Google to let them know about those experiences. In this guide, we’ll discuss why these reviews matter so much, how to respond to the reviews you have, and how to get more clients to write reviews to build up your center’s reputation.

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