Every time we discuss search engine optimization, in any format, and almost any context, the discussion takes a predictable path that loosely translates into a simple question: what is it that I need to do to game search?
Answer (1 of 2): Overall, no: Siri will neither make apps less relevant nor less useful, at least in the short to medium term. Instead, Siri will enable applications to do more while causing the user less stress.
If my relational database application renders a sales forecast report in 500 milliseconds while my Semantic Web application takes 5 seconds, you might hear people say that the relational approach is 10 times faster than the Semantic Web approach. But if it took six months to design and build the relational solution versus two weeks for the Semantic Web solution, Semantic Sam will be adjusting his supply chain and improving his efficiencies long before Relational Randy has even seen his first report. The Semantic Web lets you do things fast, in calendar time.
What’s needed is a marketplace that makes it easy for consumers, planners (such as architects) and buyers (such as construction companies) to search for products in context with validated data sources regarding the properties of the materials. That includes, for example, factors such as the energy output or durability of a metal with a certain amount of thickness.
This approach means we are creating relationships; not between words, the way previous semantic Web conceptions have conceived of them – but between real people and objects. Everyone, even a basic rules engine, can figure out that I have a mother (who doesn’t?). But Facebook will know something far more important: whether I send her a birthday card annually (I do), or whether I make her dinner weekly (she wishes!).
More than just a social engine for the document Web, Facebook is creating a new engine that powers a whole new Web, one where search and social are fully integrated into a complete service. This service leaves open one critical question: Will Google’s flat document-oriented search approach maintain its value going forward?
Britons have a love-hate relationship with linguistic innovations from America. In 2008 a Daily Telegraph correspondent, Toby Harnden, devoted a blog post to the “Top 10 Most Annoying Americanisms”, something that would scarcely occur to an American columnist to do with Britishisms. But he didn’t include “awesome”. And well he might not, because it now looms as large in Britain as it once did in America. It has even grabbed a chunk of market share from the great British word for “great”—“brilliant”.
Thoughts on Google Plus: The Magic Isn’t Social, It’s Semantic...How is this ontological? Well, you now have a URI. You are the subject in the subject-predicate-object triple which is the foundational element of an ontology. You find, either by searching for or G+ recommending to you, people to whom you want to connect. They also have a URI. They are the object in the triple. You put them into a Circle. The Circle has a label – all of the people in this Circle are “Friends.” The Circle is the predicate of your triple, and has been identified as being the predicate “Friends.” How simple is that? Over 20 million people are now building ontologies of their social networks, and most don’t even know it. Somewhere in my psyche is my inner Brain cackling at how we’re going to take over the world.
Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: MWW) launched SeeMore™, the world’s first cloud-based semantic search and analytics platform for managing companies’ own resume databases. Built on Monster’s multi-patented, highly successful 6Sense® semantic search technology, SeeMore™ now allows companies to search all of their recruitment resources and talent pools from one place so they can easily identify, access and match their talent.
Before I defend my "cunt point" I need to speak to a larger thematic issue -- my theory about how the media and social guilt increase the power of slurs. Not so much a theory, just a half-bright opinion.
“In a world in which ads are becoming optional for users, the key to our industry’s success in the future will be delivering ads that people love, remember and share.” Semantic targeting is about getting your ad in the right place at the right time to elicit the right response from consumers.
la possibilité enfin de créer, d’organiser, de communiquer, de recouvrer, d’entreposer, de rechercher et de transmettre ce que j’appelle la mémoire d’entreprise™. Toute l’expertise et le savoir accumulés par les employés ou collaborateurs pendant leur entier séjour maintenant disponible, organisé et transmissible aux générations suivantes !
NB: il est possible aussi de suivre la mémoire de l'entreprise dans un Wiki.
And through their recently-launched website http://FiltrationAnalysisFilters.com, they will be leveraging mobile friendly Web 3.0 technology to market their instrument, analysis, testing and replacement filters and custom-engineered filtration solutions to a diverse base of scientific, research, laboratory and industrial clientele.
From a marketing science standpoint, the Facebook changes announced at F8 ultimately amounted to no change at all. The new design and sharing elements are undeniably cool, but despite the changes, Facebook remains the only party with full insight into the exchanges across the social graph created by its users.
As with any business in the information age, marketing has become a more and more specialized discipline.
As we say in Britain, the proof of the pudding is in the eating; semantic search-based ads react to their surrounding content more like a human than a standard keyword search ad, meaning that a conversion- someone visiting the site because of an ad- is more likely.
FOAF feed for twitter friends and followers...Why is this useful? Well, for one, instead of having to hand-craft your FOAF file, or use a service such as FOAF-a-matic you can now embed a reference to this service directly in your homepage, blog, or whatever, without ever needing to upload or update any files.
Attention to customer satisfaction is a fundamental and strategic resource, especially for the competitive financial services market. Customer opinions on the quality of service and the degree of customer satisfaction provides the foundation on which customer needs, expectations and desires can be anticipated and achieved. Integrating natural language interpretation and semantic analysis of sentiment features into customer service functions makes it possible to more effectively measure customer satisfaction and to hear early warning signs of dissatisfaction, or accommodate new expectations. Intesa Sanpaolo, a leading European banking and financial services organization, is among the Finance and Insurance sector clients who have chosen Expert System's Cogito semantic technology to identify and analyze sentiment for customer feedback.
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