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How to Monetize Your Expertise

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Tags: Google, Seo, Content Marketing, Udemy, Knowledge Graph, Rand Fishkin, Appointfix, Maxwell Hertan


The Geek in Review Ep. 86 – Using Data to Really Know Your Clients and Predict Their Needs – David Kamien

David Kamien is the CEO of Mind Alliance and is someone who understands that in order to truly collaborate with your clients, you have to understand their needs on a granular level. That means capturing the data in a way that proactively predicts legal and regulatory risks that companies like them are likely to face, but also list the probable impact that those risks are likely to impact them specifically. While this may sound like a pipe dream to some, and a delusion to others, Kamien...
Tags: Apple, Google, Podcast, Japan, Law, China, Uncategorized, US, Data, David, Healthcare, Afa, Gulf of Mexico, Knowledge Graph, University Of North Carolina, Greg


7 Insights You Can Unlock From Every Relevant SERP

7 Insights You Can Unlock From Every Relevant SERP Submitted by joybrayden on May 5, 2020 - 1:55am.  1. Does It Have Ads? Provided that this is true, Mine the Information! This prompts enormously smoothed out inventive for your SEO and paid hunt endeavors and can even guide the production of substance utilized in online life or disconnected (print or outside) promoting.  On the off chance that you are in a serious industry that is confronting rivalry from national or aggregator type...
Tags: Google, Ppc, Nashville, Baking, Bing, Knowledge Graph, Cpc, Google Adwords, Netsuite, Phoenix, Saratoga Springs, Google My Business, Digital Marketing Companies, Utilize Paid Search Data, News The News Box, Google Carousel


All About Fraggles (Fragment + Handle) - Whiteboard Friday

Posted by SuzzicksWhat are "fraggles" in SEO and how do they relate to mobile-first indexing, entities, the Knowledge Graph, and your day-to-day work? In this glimpse into her 2019 MozCon talk, Cindy Krum explains everything you need to understand about fraggles in this edition of Whiteboard Friday. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high resolution version in a new tab! Video Transcription Hi, Moz fans. My name is Cindy Krum, and I'm the CEO of MobileMoxie, ba...
Tags: Google, Seo, Seattle, Knowledge Graph, Ama, John Mueller, Denver Colorado, Jim Henson, Suzzicks, Cindy Krum, Google Home Hub, Fraggles Marjory the Trash Heap


Optimizing Content for Featured Snippets

Last updated on April 16, 2019 at 05:47 pm SEO is not just a race to the number one spot anymore. Nowadays, you have to be quick on your feet to try strategies like Featured Snippet Optimization. Featured Snippets (also known as Rank Zero) are taking over. According to a study by Ahrefs in 2017 , keywords with Featured Snippets are taking 8.6% of all clicks while 19.6% percent goes to the organic search result that is ranking at number 1. This can help you drive a load of traffic to your site...
Tags: Google, Seo, Content Marketing, Knowledge Graph, Content Strategy, Content Optimization, Ahrefs, Knowledge Panel, Search Engine Journal, Stone Temple, Featured Snippet, Search Snippet, Voice Search Optimization Moz


MozCon 2019: The Initial Agenda

Posted by cheryldraperWe’ve got three months and some change before MozCon 2019 splashes onto the scene (can you believe it?!) Today, we’re excited to give you a sneak preview of the first batch of 18 incredible speakers to take the stage this year. With a healthy mix of fresh faces joining us for the first time and fan favorites making a return appearance, our speaker lineup this year is bound to make waves. While a few details are still being pulled together, topics range from technical SEO, c...
Tags: Google, Seo, GMB, Ross, WPP, Knowledge Graph, Technical Seo, Digital Strategy, Andy, Joy, Ruth, Groupm, Don, Mary, Luke, Heather


Amazon Alexa’s new ‘Answer Update’ feature will notify you when Alexa learns something new

Amazon confirmed it’s rolling out a new feature called “Answer Update” to Alexa device users over the next week, which will notify users when Alexa learns the answer to a question the assistant didn’t know when first asked. The idea is to allow people to better take advantage of Alexa’s quickly improving Knowledge Graph – its informational database containing general knowledge facts and figures that Alexa uses to answer users’ questions. The feature was first spotted by Voicebot, which said they...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Tech, Adweek, Voice Assistants, Alexa, Knowledge Graph, Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Voice Computing, Smart Speakers, Knowledge Graph an Amazon


Apple names John Giannandrea as its first Chief of Machine Learning and AI strategy

Apple today has announced that it is naming John Giannandrea as its first Chief of Machine Learning and AI strategy. John Giannandrea joined Apple back in April, he was making contributions at Google since 2010 including AI related products like Google Assistant, Gmail, Google Search’s Knowledge Graph, and more. The company is also heard grouping some machine learning teams to see further improvements to Siri and more. The regrouped artificial intelligence/machine learning teams will be overs...
Tags: Apple, Google, News, Siri, Blogging, Knowledge Graph, Giannandrea, John Giannandrea, Alexa Google, Tellme Networks, Apple John Giannandrea, Metaweb Technologies Apple


GraphPath plans to combine Knowledge Graphs with the blockchain

Last year I covered the launch of GraphPath, a new startup that had developed a platform that aimed to “insert AI into global corporates” by making it easy to create and manage so-called Knowledge Graphs with its “Knowledge Graph-as-a-Service” technology. Knowledge Graphs are essentially a way to organize data in an endless network of facts and relationships. It’s similar to Facebook’s ‘social graph’ (which contains highly-descriptive data about how people are connected) but instead is about ho...
Tags: Google, TC, Facebook, US, Tech, Icann, Knowledge Graph, Andrew Mclaughlin, Arago, Chris Boos, GraphPath, Higher Ground Labs, Carlos Domingo, Demian Bellumio GraphPath, GraphOS Bellumio, GraphOS Consortium


Google's Walled Garden: Are We Being Pushed Out of Our Own Digital Backyards?

Posted by Dr-PeteEarly search engines were built on an unspoken transaction — a pact between search engines and website owners — you give us your data, and we'll send you traffic. While Google changed the game of how search engines rank content, they honored the same pact in the beginning. Publishers, who owned their own content and traditionally were fueled by subscription revenue, operated differently. Over time, they built walls around their gardens to keep visitors in and, hopefully, keep th...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Rihanna, Wikipedia, US, Seo, Chicago, Kendrick Lamar, Seattle, Google Maps, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Imdb, Seattle Sounders, Knowledge Graph, Facebook Twitter Google


Thomson Reuters Big Data Knowledge Graph Delivers Social Network For Finance

Financial news giant Thomson Reuters has released its Knowledge Graph Feed, a way of instantly visualising the connections between lots of data sources, which it describes as "the first financial social network". The Knowledge Graph system is an open source, standardised data modelling system composed of Permanent Identifiers (PermID) which connect some two billion relationships.
Tags: News, Thomson Reuters, Knowledge Graph


Apple's Siri ditches Bing for Google (AAPL, MSFT, GOOGL)

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Google will replace Microsoft’s Bing as Apple’s default search engine for Siri on iOS and Spotlight on Mac,   according   to TechCrunch. According to analysts, Google already pays Apple   about   $3 billion per year to serve as the default search engine for Apple’s Safari web browser. Using Google for these new services will give users a more consistent search exp...
Tags: Apple, Google, Microsoft, Trends, Siri, Bing, Alexa, Knowledge Graph, Jessica Smith, BI Intelligence, BI Intelligence Business Insider, BI Intelligence Apps, Stone Temple Google, Siri Google Assistant


12 Ways to Stay on the First Page of Search Results

First-page placement on a search means more hits and visibility for your site along with all the rewards that presence brings. However, your success now raises a new question: Now that you’re there, how do you keep your spot? To find the answer, we asked 12 successful entrepreneurs from Young Entrepreneur Council ( YEC ) the following question: Q. My company has finally gotten to the first page of SERPs for my desired keywords. What can I do now to maintain my position? 1. Refresh and Updat...
Tags: Google, Internet, Sales, AMP, Search Engine Optimization, Knowledge Graph, Accelerated Mobile Pages, Brennan, E-commerce & Social Media, Syed Balkhi, Google rankings, Kristopher Jones, John Rood, Shawn Porat Scorely, Brett Farmiloe Markitors, Sean Ogle Location Rebel


Google’s Knowledge Graph to be available in the Bengali language

Google is introducing its Knowledge Graph in Bengali which will allow users to search in the language. Google Search will also support spell correction for... ...
Tags: Travel, Google, News, Internet, Google Search, Knowledge Graph, Bengali, Indic Languages


As if it weren’t already enough of a know-it-all, Google just got even smarter

An update to Google's expansive fact database has augmented its ability to answer questions about animals, plants, and more. The feature is rolling out to Google Search users on the web. The post As if it weren’t already enough of a know-it-all, Google just got even smarter appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Trends, Google Search, Web, Search Engine, Fun Facts, Knowledge Graph, Trivia


What Is Semantic Search and What Should You Do About It?

Posted by alexis-sandersSEO specialists spend massive amounts of effort trying to get Google on our side — to see the brilliance of our content, the ingenuity of our meta elements, and the genius of our organic strategies. We spend so much time treating Google as a metaphorical friend that we sometimes we lose sight of the overarching picture: that Google’s (sometimes magical) results are built upon an algorithm seeking conversation.Algorithms can (and do) solve many problems, but having one mat...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Seo, Sundar Pichai, Knowledge Graph, Gary Illyes, Wild West, LSI, LDA, Maddie Ziegler


What Is Semantic Search and What Should You Do About It?

Posted by alexis-sandersSEO specialists spend massive amounts of effort trying to get Google on our side — to see the brilliance of our content, the ingenuity of our meta elements, and the genius of our organic strategies. We spend so much time treating Google as a metaphorical friend that we sometimes we lose sight of the overarching picture: that Google’s (sometimes magical) results are built upon an algorithm seeking conversation.Algorithms can (and do) solve many problems, but having one mat...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Seo, Sundar Pichai, Knowledge Graph, Gary Illyes, Wild West, LSI, LDA, Maddie Ziegler


Ranking #0: SEO for Answers

Posted by Dr-PeteIt's been over two years since Google launched Featured Snippets, and yet many search marketers still see them as little more than a novelty. If you're not convinced by now that Featured Snippets offer a significant organic opportunity, then today is my attempt to change your mind. If you somehow haven't encountered a Featured Snippet searching Google over the past two years, here's an example (from a search for "ssl"): This is a promoted organic result, appearing above the tra...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Elon Musk, Beyonce, Yahoo, Wikipedia, Seo, Tesla, Ppc, Knowledge Graph, Moz, Page Authority, Don, Engadget, Pete, Glenn Gabe


5 Strategies to Take Advantage of Google's Knowledge Graph and Rich Answers

:: By Larry Alton, @LarryAlton3 :: If you’ve used Google at all in the past few years (and you’d be lying if you said you haven’t), you’ve likely noticed an occasional, useful peculiarity. Sometimes, when you search for the answer to a question, or for information on a general subject, Google provides a direct answer in a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Google, Blogging, Knowledge Graph, Wmfeature, Schema.org, Wm-searchmarketing, Larry Alton, Larry Alton @LarryAlton3


Google is going to start playing doctor when you search for medical symptoms

Right now when you search Google for your latest and not-so-greatest medical symptoms, you get a hodgepodge of results that leaves you wondering if you might be on the verge of death. (When in fact you have, say, a cold). But that's about to change. When you search Google for your latest medical symptoms — from skin rashes to headaches — it will play doctor and tell you what you might have. Google partnered with Mayo Clinic and Harvard Medical School to come up with common symptoms people searc...
Tags: Apple, Google Chrome, Google, US, Trends, Mayo Clinic, Knowledge Graph, Harvard Medical School


How to Increase Your Content Visibility in Google Knowledge Graph

As a digital marketing expert, I inevitably find myself struggling to keep up with the happenings around the world. I’m always keen to grab more and more knowledge from everything I come across, but it can be difficult. I wonder about the enormity of the human mind. From the day we are born till the moment we die, our brain collects, loads, and stores everything. This immense knowledge aids us in dealing with our routine. What’s even more exciting about our minds is that we can think of one thi...
Tags: Google, Wikipedia, Barack Obama, Seo, Search Engine Optimization, Knowledge Graph, Digital Marketing, Google Ranking, Google Knowledge Graph, Barbara Starr, Google My Business, Wikidata, Search Ranking, CIA World Factbook, Google Knowledge Graph Google Knowledge Graph, Knowledge Graph Google Product


Earning Clicks in the Knowledge Graph Era

:: By Travis Bliffen, Stellar SEO :: Google's algorithm updates are not intended to keep businesses with high-value content down. Instead, these are designed to ensure that Web users continue finding what they need and that they find it as quickly as possible. Google is constantly working to boost its efficiency even as it compiles... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Google, Knowledge Graph, Wmfeature, Wm-searchmarketing, Travis Bliffen, Stellar Seo, Travis Bliffen Stellar SEO


Google Health Cards with over 400 health conditions rolled out in India

With an aim to offer health and health care related information quickly in search, Google has improved the Knowledge Graph for Search in India. The improved Google Search will now offer information cards with typical symptoms, ...
Tags: Google, Android, Apps, News, India, Google Search, Search, Knowledge Graph, Health Cards, Google Health Cards


Google search now provides access to basic healthcare information in India

 Google’s latest move in India may help increase access to healthcare information among millions of people. The company added healthcare information to its knowledge graph in the U.S. last year, to help people easily find quick information in response to symptoms or concerns via its search engine, and now the feature is headed east to India. Read More
Tags: Health, Google, Asia, India, Knowledge Graph


Mobile Searches Surpass Desktop Searches At Google For The First Time

 Google’s search chief Amit Singhal said for the first time this summer, more Google searches were completed on mobile devices than desktop computers. Singhal said Google fields more than 100 billion searches per month. The number is particularly significant because Singhal was speaking about just devices with screens that are less than six inches, so it excludes many tablets. During… Read More
Tags: Google, Mobile, Google Search, Knowledge Graph, Google-desktop, Amit Singhal, First Time, Singhal


Google's Knowledge-Based Trust (KBT) Proposal

An article by Hal Hodson published in New Scientist has something of a seemingly hyperbolic title, "Google wants to rank websites based on facts not links." But the very first paragraph of the Google Research paper cited by Hodson shows the headline to be fairly, well, factual. This is a research proposal to replace links with factual accuracy as a means of assessing a web page or web site's trustworthiness. The quality of web sources has been traditionally evaluated using exogenous ...
Tags: Google, Wikipedia, Barack Obama, Search Engines, Jack, Knowledge Graph, Semantic Web, Google Knowledge Vault, Knowledge Based Trust, Links And Link Building, Google Knowledge Graph, Barrack Obama, Wikidata, Hal Hodson, Google Research, Hodson