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Why Do We Need Knowledge Graphs?

What a Knowledge Graph brings to SEO

2x Your Video SEO in 3 Simple Steps

Use videos to increase traffic to your websites

SEO Automation in 2021

Improve the SEO of your website through Artificial Intelligence

The Power of Product Knowledge Graph for E-commerce

Dive deep into the power of data for e-commerce

Touch your SEO: Introducing Physical SEO

Connect a physical product to the ecosystem of data on the web

Alternative to Schema App – Schema Markup Tools

Alternative to Schema App – Schema Markup Tools

There is an SEO before Schema Markup and an SEO after Schema Markup, and this is now clear to every search ranking expert. Both WordLift and Schema App help you add schema markup to your pages to speak Google’s language. Let’s compare them closely!

Why Do We Need Knowledge Graphs?

Why Do We Need Knowledge Graphs?

In this post, you will read what a Knowledge Graph brings to SEO, content marketing and how small to midsize businesses can begin building one.

2x Your Video SEO in 3 Simple Steps

2x Your Video SEO in 3 Simple Steps

We all know that videos are a powerful tool for gaining organic visibility in Google SERPs. With WordLift, you can easily transform the videos embedded on your site into VideoObject, a markup that allows Google to fully recognise this content and have it appear in the snippet of your pages in the SERPs!

WooCommerce Product Pages: 5 SEO Tips to Increase Your Sales.

WooCommerce Product Pages: 5 SEO Tips to Increase Your Sales.

1 out of every 10 people that visit a product page will add the product to their cart. You should not settle for anything lower than this benchmark. So, here’s what you can do to optimize your WooCommerce product pages and get more sales and customers.

Finding Similar Entities across Knowledge Graphs

Finding Similar Entities across Knowledge Graphs

With the rise of knowledge graphs (KGs), interlinking KGs has attracted a lot of attention. The proposed approach to finding the most similar entity from a local KG with a given entity from another KG, includes four steps: graph embedding, clustering, regression and ranking.

The Ultimate Checklist to Optimize your Website for Google Scholar

The Ultimate Checklist to Optimize your Website for Google Scholar

Are you looking for optimizing Google Scholar for your site and get more traffic from this platform? In this post, we will be looking at Google Scholar, how to optimize for it following the best practices. What is Google Scholar? Google Scholar is...

AI Text Generation for SEO: a practical example

AI Text Generation for SEO: a practical example

Using a text-to-text transfer transformer like Google’s T5 we will fine-tune a model that will link structured information (i. e. metadata available in a knowledge graph about hospitals in Texas or product details for a merchant in New Zealand) with snippets of text.

The Only Thing Missing in Your Omnichannel E-commerce Strategy is…

The Only Thing Missing in Your Omnichannel E-commerce Strategy is…

These days customer journeys are paved with data points. Redefining In-Store Experiences. A nifty definition of a QR code has it that “It is a pull mechanism for already-interested consumers to find out more and engage with the brand, rather than a push communication to the mass-market.

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