This article proposes a new methodology for planning search-optimized content as an alternative to the model focused on search intent created by Google. The wide dissemination of this Google model generated a blind race in the content creation market, an unbridled quest to understand the user’s intention without taking the trouble to reflect on what it means.
Within this idea of knowledge as the totality of ideas conserved by human beings, I reflect on the importance of organizing entities, or as I called it in the title of this text: classifying things.
Learn about the methodology for creating definitions widely used in Librarianship applied to Semantic SEO.
Abstract: In this article, I present the methodology for creating definitions widely used in...
Creating OWL for Business is about making use of a language to define and instantiate ontologies on the Web. OWL (Web Ontology Language) is an essential ingredient in this stack, and the need for ontologists is increasing faster than the number and variety of resources available for learning OWL.
This post is a case study that demonstrates the power of Semantic SEO to generate results for your business. Click on the link to find out how!
Semantic Optimization is a new term, but one that will be important in the future. Search is advancing in the semantic concept and search engines are at the forefront.
This article is retrieved and updated from a series of posts I did last year on the use of...
The History of the Web and Semantic SEO. The history of the Web began when Berners-Lee, an Englishman, developed ENQUIRE, a project used to recognize and store associations of information.
This is the first post of a project that I have taken a long time defining in my head. In it we...