• http://www.spinxdigital.com/ Stephen Moyers

    Great post I must say. I agree that Facebook mood meta data and activity meta data are very useful elements for semantic search and really helpful to use such data in marketing strategy.

  • http://www.forward.ph/seo-philippines.php Stephanie Zubiri Cho

    Would love to join the Semantic Web Meet up but my geography and commitments make it not possible. Although I would love a recap or a podcast. I am trying to learn more about how knowledge graph is a prime mover as well as Google’s constant integration of snippets and rich media are transforming SERPS.

  • Michelle

    Search marketing certainly gets more confusing the more you look into it… but at least posts like these provide an easy way to get your head around all the different aspects.

  • Ammon Johns

    Quote: “Mood is a wonderful mechanism for gauging a user’s intent, especially
    for advertisers. For example, if you are a female and in a sad mood,
    perhaps now is the moment to make yourself happy by buying that pair of
    shoes you keep looking at to cheer you up.”

    I can already imagine the suicide rates rising as people sad about losing their jobs get bombarded with advertising to spend money, convincing them further that its a heartless world where if you don’t have money, you can’t have happiness.

  • stracy

    Totally agree, being happy is a state of mood, not materialistic frustration :)

  • Joshua Boles

    Great article. The ability to discern meaningful knowledge from strings and things of data are crucial for the future of SEO. Structured data, semantic search, and other key variables will determine authority and relevancy from the various devices that individuals are now using, whether in transit or not. Cheers.