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Google Mobile Search Put Publishers’ Content In Carousels
Now users can quickly scan topic-based content from single sources on mobile devices.
Google has updated its mobile search display to make browsing content from single sources easier.
The change, announced today in a blog post, groups recent articles, video and other content from websites in carousels. Users who search for a topic, Greece for instance, are presented separately grouped content about the country from the Guardian, Reuters and the New York Times.
Similarly, if a user searches for the Knicks, he or she is presented with basketball content from the Knicks site, ESPN and Bleacher Report.
Searching for a news organization, like NPR, gives users a swipe-able selection of recent stories from the public radio network.
Not all sites have the feature activated, but Google said it will be make it available to more sites soon.
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