Posts Tagged ‘Semantic Search’

How to Use Semantic Mark-up to Improve Your Search Results

Search engines are focused on constantly improving their ranking algorithms. In the past seven years, search engines have shifted from a keyword-based matching algorithm to semantic search. This new way of ranking content gives priority to context and intent over simple text string / keyword matches. Keyword stuffing is a thing of the past. To…

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Semantic Markup: Adding Context To SEO

The Internet world has been up in airs the past few weeks in response to Google’s recent changes. And the changes this summer were quite large indeed! First, we learned that we no longer have access to full keyword-level data for our Organic traffic. Then, Google announced that they have moved to a whole new…

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Fun With Google Autocomplete

Back in June of 2010, Google announced Caffeine. While this was a new way of indexing and ranking sites on a real time basis (rather than in layers as they did previously), it set the stage for several features we see live today. One of the bigger features is Google Autocomplete. What is Autocomplete? I’m glad…

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