As search evolves, so does optimization. Search results are less about phrases (combinations of words and letters) and more about topics (semantic meanings and entities). So a smart content marketer optimizes for “things, not strings.”
But what exactly does this mean for the writer? This presentation covers five specific actions we take as content marketers to make sure that your marketing is aligned with the future of SEO.
• Find clues into what topics are semantically linked to each other
• Target topics, not just phrases, through writing (Semantic Search)
• Incorporate natural language into your content (voice search, answer boxes)
• Make visitors happy in ways that make Google happy (user interaction signals)
You're about to learn the step-by-step process for semantic search optimization each of the specific actions in SEO that will future-proof your search engine rankings.