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Semantic Search or LSI Keywords are one trend we see in writing that can help your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) efforts in the future.
What’s the ROI on Semantic Markup?
The question in many business owners’ minds is: should I invest in semantic markup, and what’s the return if I do?
The How and Why of semantic HTML
Latent Semantic Indexing
St. Louis Website Design Firm, Matchbox Design Group, gives a good explanation of LSI keywords or Latent Semantic Indexing Keywords.
How Semantic Search is Shaping Content
All marketers face the same never-ending plight: climbing the ranks of search engine results to cross paths with the searchers who need their services. But to no avail, the black hat SEO magicians sneak their way through, leaving both you and potenti...
Lisa Parziale's answer to What is a semantic keyword?
The easiest answer is synonyms or words that relate to another. For example, the word lawyer is also known as attorney. So when writing content, you could use both. You could also add related words like law professional, attorney at law, law firm or other related keywords These related or semantic keywords may help content rank and be found easier by Google and search engines. Whether you are trying to get people to read your blog or your short story description, these related…
What is Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI)?
Explanation of how LSI works, why it can benefit users and websites, and how to start implementing it step by step.
Latent Semantic Indexing: What It Is and Why It Matters
Are you using latent semantic indexing [LSI] keywords in your writing? You could leaving a lot of potential organic search engine traffic on the table.
Semantic search for Google Ads: What it is and why it matters
Understanding match types is key if you want to benefit from semantic search. How to craft your Google Ads' strategy to target the right searchers.
How to Overcome Semantic Interoperability Hurdles
Semantic interoperability spans the communications gap among divergent health IT (HIT) systems and data sources.
Semantic HTML: How to Structure Web Pages
These days most web designers and developers are familiar with the term “semantic markup”. But do you really know what it means? Do you know how to properly lay out your HTML5 markup? In this short...
How Search & Social Engines Are Using Semantic Search
The term "Semantic Search" is certainly not new. However, it has taken on a new dimension and implications in both search and social engines today. In addi
NetAppVoice: How The Semantic Web Changes Everything. Again!
The "semantic Web" is hugely important to tomorrow's business. Do not underestimate its significance: It truly changes everything. Embrace it, or risk extinction. But what is it? And what does it mean for your business?
Intelligent Content: What Does ‘Semantically Categorized’ Mean?
Want to help your customers and prospective customers (and your content team) find (and create) the right content? Use categories. Semantic categories. – Intelligent Content
What if lifestyle apps give users incorrect, imprecise health data?
With some of the biggest wearable advancements coming from the medical industry, some professionals have concerns about the leisure side of the market integrating itself where it shouldn’t be.
A layman's guide to linked data and the semantic Web
Librarians have heard whispers about linked data for quite some time.
How to Design & Build Semantic Applications with Linked Data
Wednesday, 14 June 2017, 10:00am-11:15am EDT (UTC 14:00:00 - World Clock: bit.ly/Webinar-Clarke) How to Design & Build Semantic Applications with
How Trust & Unique Identification Impact Semantic Search
Is your content trustworthy, and does that matter? Columnist Barbara Starr explores how Google might be using trust as a signal when displaying search results.
The 'Semantic Bank' that works with you is coming soon, this is why
On May 19, I’m going to unveil the Semantic Bank to the The Next Web audience, and wrote a bit about it the other day here. I thought I would expand a little more on the background to the Semantic Bank by talking in more depth about artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning, which are the building …