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    Publicado el 28.5.2015 por Equipo GNOSS

    Demystifying The Google Knowledge Graph. Barbara Starr

    En este artículo publicado en Search Engine Land, Barbara Starr explica la potencia que tiene la aplicación de las tecnologías semánticas a la hora de enriquecer y extender el grafo de conocimiento que Google está creando, pasando de "strings a things" y cumpliendo la misión que se ha fijado:

    "Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information to make it universally accessible and useful"

    Finaliza el artículo dando una serie de consejos a la hora de elaborar una estrategia de SEO que incorpore el SEO Semántico y favorezca la construcción de este grafo de conocimiento. Estas serían:

    "In summary, there is a lot you can do to optimize a web page for the Knowledge Graph. My primary strategy, as discussed in this piece, is outlined here:

    • Determine what entities you want to target.
    • Determine what topics are of interest to your audience.
    • Send a strong signal your site is writing about that topic to the search engines by using structured markup (explicit entities).
    • Corroborate the information and strengthen that signal with the content you place on your site (implicit entities).
    • Remember: entities are not keywords, so do not treat them as such.  A mere mention in the appropriate  context can be a powerful signal.

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    Publicado el 27.10.2014 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    Unlocking the Benefits of Semantic Search: Barbara Starr’s 5 Ways - Semanticweb.com

    She continues, “Understanding how semantic search works at a conceptual level — as well as understanding where it is going — is the key to your ability to leverage it. Below are five ways to unlock the benefits of semantic search.” One of those ways is to ensure your pages are marked up with the appropriate semantic  markup: “Ensure your webpages employ structured data markup, paying special attention to markup vocabulary from schema.org, as that is recognized by most major search engines at this point in time. There are several great new tools currently available to assist with the process of adding this HTML markup to your pages, including various WordPress plugins and code snippet generators (including Google’s own Structured Data Markup Helper). There is also a new release of RDFace, announced at ISWC 2013 this month, with a special edition for schema.org. Feel free to give it a whirl!”

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