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Dynamic Semantic Publishing For Websites And Blogs

by Naresh Sarwan on August 3, 2010

Writing on the bnode blog, Benjamin Nowack describes a method for using Dynamic Semantic Publishing to automatically aggregate and publish inter-related content.  He offers the BBC website (where this technique was employed during their recent World Cup 2010 coverage) as an example and describes how it could be applied to any blog or website:

Now, the added value of such linked “entity hubs” would clearly be very interesting for other websites and blogs as well. They are multi-dimensional entry points to a site and provide a much better and more user-engaging way to explore content than the usual flat archives pages, which normally don’t have dimensions beyond date, tag, and author. Additionally, HTML aggregations with embedded Linked Data identifiers can improve search engine rankings, and they enable semantic ad placement, which are attractive by-products.” [Read More]

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