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Martin Dixon

Ground-breaking semantic technology delivering clear business benefits

Semantic Web

In a recent post, we talked about the successful conclusion of our Knowledge Transfer Partnership programme: Jie Gao, a postgraduate student from the University of Southampton, worked on-site at ActiveStandards for two years to help us develop cutting-edge semantic-analysis technology. But what exactly is semantic technology? How did we go about designing, testing and implementing …

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Sonia Ramdhian

New website accessibility regulations introduced in Israel

The Regulations for Equal Rights of Persons with Disabilities have recently come into force in Israel, and are already causing controversy and some confusion. All websites will now have to meet the guidelines set out in Israeli Standard 5568, which relies on the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Accessibility Guidelines. The move is aimed at …

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Martin Dixon

Knowledge Transfer Partnership brings world-class semantic analysis functionality to ActiveStandards

Technology Strategy Board

We’ve just come to the end of a very successful two-year project, as part of the Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) programme. KTP is a UK-wide initiative that helps businesses improve their competitiveness and productivity through the better use of knowledge, technology and skills that reside within UK Universities and Colleges. The idea is simple but …

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Sonia Ramdhian

Creating Hummingbird-friendly content with ActiveStandards

Optimising SEO with ActiveStandards

We saw in a previous post that Google’s new Hummingbird algorithm is moving towards a more ‘semantic web’. So how do you optimise your content to get the best results? Google’s guidance is that SEO priorities remain the same: create original, high‑quality, sharable, likeable content. ActiveStandards provides all the tools you need to optimise the …

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Sonia Ramdhian

What does Google’s new Hummingbird algorithm mean for your SEO?

Google Hummingbird

Google’s Hummingbird update was announced at the end of September, though it was actually implemented a month earlier. Recent updates have simply added to Google’s existing search algorithm: Panda changed how Google evaluated content, and Penguin changed how Google evaluated links. Hummingbird is an entirely new algorithm, and is being hailed as the biggest update …

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