Content

Search engine optimization of content is the decisive factor for digital attention and business success on the Internet. How is search engine friendly content created? What SEO criteria are especially important here? And, how can existing content be optimized for Google? This checklist explains how to best examine the seven most important SEO aspects for content.

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Local SEO

Whether you have a butcher shop, hair salon or restaurant, they all need one thing: customers. Whereas people used to just ask around for the best Italian place, today they search for it on Google. For that reason it’s extremely important for regional businesses to rank highly on the search engine. In today’s post we’ll give you a few valuable tips for bringing your website up to par for Google.

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https

“This site is not secure” – Internet users will get this error message more frequently in the future. With the release of “Chrome 68”, the popular Google browser will point out the alleged vulnerability of websites that are not accessible via HTTPS. How dangerous is this innovation for websites that continue to use the usual HTTP? How urgent is a transition to HTTPS with regard to SEO aspects? And how does adaptation work? The amount of effort involved is reasonable – and it pays off.

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A few decades ago something that was pure science fiction and originally used in chess software at best, has now become reality in many fields: computer programs that emulate human thought patterns, make decisions, draw conclusions and learn.

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Machine Learning

Real-world examples, prominent use cases, and AI’s (artificial intelligence) potential

The industrialized world is full of machines that outdo humans in strength and speed. Cranes lift steel beams to towering heights, car engines send passengers flying down the road at impossible speeds, and tree shredders pulverize entire pine trunks in a snap. Such inventions replicate and vastly outperform humans at tasks requiring physical exertion. They possess “artificial brawn”.

What then is artificial intelligence?

At a first pass, we can think of AI as a machine (i.e., a computer) replicating human cognitive tasks. A calculator, for example, embodies basic AI to do a job for which humans must use their brains: math.

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