Included In Your Training
I. The Semantic Web Optimization Course Overview
Learn the key semantic web players, organizations and institutions that you need to know about. Find out how they connect and work together. There are literally thousands of organizations that are jumping on the semantic web bandwagon but you will learn which one matter and which ones to watch.
Get the official chart of organizations for your own reference. It can also be used to “wow” your own clients and students.
How does Schema.org fit into the big picture.
The Personal “What To Do” Checklist
Precise steps you can take to authenticate your identity in the semantic web (including Google profiles)
Precise steps you can take to authenticate your business in the semantic web (including Google plus business pages and Google Places)
Precise steps you can take to authenticate your brand in the semantic web (using schema.org markup)
Precise steps you can take to authenticate your products in the semantic web (the official ecommerce ontology)
Open Data Sources – Get the Evolving Master List of Semantic Technologies and How To Use Them
Learn the difference between open data and closed data.
Avoid getting sued by learning which data sets to legally use and not use.
II. Blog Plugins and Website Tools for the Semantic Web
WP Plugins With Ratings and Best Practices
All In One Schema.org Rich Snippets
APT Rich Snippets – Get rich snippets for your site on Google
Author Product Review
Enhanced Linking Plugin
Feed forward recommendation network
NextGEN Facebook Open Graph+
Schema creator by raven
Vixy YouTube Embed and Download
WordPress Topic Maps (WP2TM)
WP Calais Archive Tagger
WP Customer Reviews
YQL Auto Tagger
Zitgist Browser Linker
Here is how we rate the plugins, tools and software we teach you in the Semantic Optimization Course:
a. Is the plugin or tool still actively being developed? (The semantic web is changing and growing)
b. Is the plugin or tool easy to install?
c. How is the support for the plugin or tool?
d. Does it crash the blog or cause any conflicts with other plugins or programs?
e. Do the primary search engines (especially Google) recognize the semantic markup the plugin provides?
f. Is the semantic markup and/or method helpful for your search engine presence?
g. Is the semantic markup useful to visitors and effect the visitor experience in a positive way?
h. Is the software fun and easy to use?
f. What we ignore: WordPress Directory Ratings (There are few people qualified to rate a semantic web plugin and many negative votes given to wordpress plugins occurr during the early developmental phase)
Video Training on Semantic Plugins
How to install (step-by-step)
How to avoid problems and issues
How to verify plugins are properly working with optimal results
III. The Semantic Web and E-Commerce
Marking Up Your Products (step-by-step)
Finding Out If Your Products Are Already Entities
Getting Your Products Listed in the Semantic Web
Dealing with GTINs
What are GTINs?
Registering your business with the international authority.
The cost of getting bar codes and how to get them.
The international product database: Does it really exist?
Things to watch: Duplicate data in e-commerce sites.
How to fix or handle this error. What is necessary?
We are working with leading authorities within the semantic web and open data communities about the best ways to markup your e-commerce and business data.
IV. General Business and the Semantic Web
How to Properly Use “Semantic Mark-Up” Your Online Business, Location and Business Details
Semantic markup for business hours
Semantic markup for business locations
Semantic markup for product locations
Semantic markup for product prices
Installing a Semantic Search Engine on All of Your Primary Sites
Why should you install a semantic search engine?
What are the advantages of installing a semantic search engine?
Step-by-step installation of a semantic search engine.
The Following Search Features Are Included in Your Search Engine:
Supports Over 17 Languages
Automatic Language Recognition
The Following Parsers Are Included In Your Search Engine To Give Visitors the Ability to Search Through the Following Document Formats:
HTML / XHTML
MS Office documents (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
Adobe PDF (with OCR)
Audio files metadata (wav, mp3, AIFF, Ogg)
OCR over images
Expanded Search Capabilities for Your Search Engine:
REST API (XML and JSON)
SOAP Web Service
Scheduler for management of periodic tasks
WordPress plugin and Drupal module
V. Maintain Your Sites Authority While Getting Rid of Spam and “Thin Content”
Preparing to Usher In A New World Currency?
The Semantic Web and the banking industry.
How should you rethink your business to be ready for the future?
How to Submit Your Site to the Semantic Web
Proper microdata markups:
Proper linking structures
Proper links without href (annotation
*Submitting your site to the semantic web
*Maximizing RDF markup
Proper Semantic datasets for applications
Proper rdf/xml/sparql with structure
How to “semantify” the existing wiki via plugin
Properly submitting to dbpedia via wikipedia entry
Properly verifying by humans for accuracy
How to get an entity absorbed by the semantic web as fact
Properly using 3 references for a term
Using a barcode from the government for a product
Fly on the Wall Conversations and Private Opinions
Learn about what we talk about privately on our irregular weekly meetings, webinars and private meetings.
Where to Find Datasets
A valuable resource with this course will be a list of locations where you can find “fact databases” that you can use. You can mix, remix and add value to this data in various ways discussed in the training. It is quite possible, even probable, that you will glean entirely new business models from this part of the course.
Online Marketers Sales Charts and Graphs
Several of our SEO agencies have already closed $20,000 plus clients with graphics and information provided on the pre-launch Semantic Revolution webinars. Inside this course, you will get the entire kit.
Bonus Webinar’s Galore
Major webinars and emergency update webinars.