Semantic Search Optimisation

What does semantics mean?

Semantics is the really big word in SEO circles these days. But what does “Semantics” really mean.

Well it doesn’t mean a bunch of long-tail keywords masquerading as semantically linked key phrases that’s for sure

Google put’s it this way:

semantics

sɪˈmantɪks/

noun

noun: semantics; noun: logical semantics; noun: lexical semantics

1. the branch of linguistics and logic concerned with meaning. The two main areas are logical semantics, concerned with matters such as sense and reference and presupposition and implication, and lexical semantics, concerned with the analysis of word meanings and relations between them.

Google: Semantics

Google has made semantics popular again by introducing the Hummingbird update to their algorithms. If you look closely the trend is now on the up ever since that update.

So semantics is clearly distinguished in search terms as relationship through meaning a lot like the old synonyms are. In Google’s Webmaster Tools, Google even shows the variants they connect to a word. In dynamic search we see the relationships turn up bold so web marketing and website marketing appear quite interchangeable but if you’ve been watching closely you may have noticed that more than a few variants are appearing almost daily. This exciting new frontier encompasses search marketing, social marketing and in fact any authoring of any kind.

But how do you measure semantics? How do you know what to add and where?

 

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This technology has been made available through LatentSemantics.com a start-up New Zealand company (that is sponsored by Intermart).

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