One of the significant hurdles of semantic SEO is it’s complicated and often inaccessible. Much of our understanding of it is derived from Google’s patent papers.
Understanding these papers requires a wide range of skills, a grasp of natural language processing (NLP), search engines, and, occasionally, programming languages.
Despite this complexity, grasping the key takeaways from semantic SEO is crucial for formulating the best plans to drive SEO results.
In this two-part series, LGO 4D I’m taking a different approach. Instead of further exploring the direct changes in semantic SEO, I’ll discuss the most effective ways to learn and stay at the forefront of understanding.
The field of learning research has introduced various tools that, although sometimes counterintuitive, can significantly ease the learning of advanced concepts when used effectively.