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Learn how to automate internal link building for your e-commerce category pages by creating related search widgets.
On-site search is essential for your SEO strategy. Discover how you can optimize it by building a Knowledge Graph.
Implementing the WebSite structured data markup on the homepage of you website makes your content eligible for display as a rich result on Google Search.
Yet, I believe we all realized how important it is to stay connected and build an open and democratic society that can tackle misinformation and disinformation. So I can foresee a stronger integration between structured data, knowledge graphs, chatbots and multimodal search. Here are my SEO trends for 2022!
Knowledge Graphs validation is essential. Here we show you a new approach in KG validation and a few use cases where we can use it.
This tutorial will use Microsoft ORCAS, a unique click-based dataset that I discovered thanks to Dawn Andersons 🤩. We will expand an initial set of keywords and use embeddings to provide a context around the resulting list of search queries. Microsoft has curated the...
GPT-3 is an autoregressive language model that is able to write content that passed the Turing Test. We have been using GPT-3 for almost a year and are happy to share a simple web app for SEO-related automations that anyone can use.
Deep neural networks are powerful tools with many possible applications at the intersection of the vision-language domain. One of the key challenges facing many applications in computer vision and natural language processing is building systems that go beyond a single...
Content marketing is about creating compelling content that responds well to searchers’ intents and it’s essential for any inbound marketing strategy. In this article we will explore how knowledge graph embeddings can help us create content hubs that works for SEO.
WordLift helps your website speak Google’s native language by converting your content into a format easily understood by search engines: structured data. Learn how to add schema markup to your site in WordPress using WordLift. It only takes a few steps to get started.