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  1. A Recipe for a Tasty Semantic Search & SEO Salad

    We're interested in lexical semantics, although an argument could be made that Google is at least partly interested in logical semantics. Because semantic search is based largely upon learning algorithms, it provides the algos with more knowledge.

  2. The Evolution of Artificial Intelligence in Search: An SEO Opportunity

    We're only interested in how it affects us in our work. At the same time, it provides new fodder for the learning algorithms, allowing them to improve with each iteration. That would help the search engine identify your page's content with that...

  3. How to Implement Adjusted Bounce Rate (ABR) via Google Tag Manager [Tutorial]

    If you haven't looked into Google Tag Manager yet, and you're interested in migrating, just be aware that there's definitely a learning curve. You will need to spend some time learning the ins and outs of Google Tag Manager to effectively implement...

  4. SEO in 2014: How to Prepare for Google's 2014 Algorithm Updates

    But it also has direct implications (which we're still learning about) for broader SEO. Yet we're also confronted with the reality of the mobile device: if I'm reading about something I'm only moderately interested in, there's a high probability...

  5. Organic Search Noticeably Absent From Google Analytics 2013 Summit

    Google doesn't seem to be particularly interested in sharing organic insights. There was no mention at all of Google Webmaster tools in this keynote – suggesting that the analytics tool is more interested in becoming the companion to revenue...

  6. Meetup Groups Talk Industry Changes, Budgets, and Q4 Tips Ahead of SES San Francisco

    Social Me Everywhere, a group for Bay Area PR and marketing pros interested in learning more about the practical applications of new media in business; San Francisco Marketing Professionals, a local working group for all interested Search Engine...

  7. Big Data = Big Trouble: How to Avoid 5 Data Analysis Pitfalls

    And for companies interested in learning what's working and what's not, sorting through mountains of data in order to see those insights is a promise that's hard to ignore. I first heard the term big data about two years ago, when IBM and HP...

  8. Higher Education Searches Rise on Google, Reveal Marketing Opportunity [Study]

    The hypothesis here is that students are more interested in potentially staying closer to home, are more interested in offerings where they have either a campus or they have some other way of interacting with the community or teachers or the...