September 14, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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CISE Semantics - Peter Hatherley
Daily Mail - Omi Sido
Freelance - Teodora Petkova
CISE is a conceptual intelligence tool that produces topical models that are perfect for content marketing of any kind. The CISE algorithm provides a contextual mirror of the mind of Google and then filters the resultant smart data through a hierarchical model that simulates conceptual thinking.
Peter Hatherley, the CEO of Intermart New Zealand will be providing practical examples on how the CISE apps work and how a structured creative process can produce highly engaging content with or without the product.
It also covers the activation and utilisation of your own conceptual knowledge in the creative design process.
Why attend this webinar:
1. CISE is unique software, allows you to emulate Google "thinking"
2. What is "semantic keyword"and how to use it
3. ll this effect your ranking, how to improve it
More information about the speakers:
CISE Semantics - Peter Hatherley - CEO - Twitter @PeterHatherley
Peter Hatherley, CEO of CISE Semantics
Creative director, Intermart New Zealand
Peter is a New Zealand based entrepreneur who envisioned and developed the CISE algorithms and it’s associated conceptual web apps. He is also a creative writer, musician and commercial artist.
He specialises in producing high-quality relevant content for websites and social media.
Daily Mail - Omi Sido - Global Technical SEO Manager - Twitter @OmiSido
Omi is an SEO and Web Development professional with 6 years of experience in both web and traditional advertising, promotions, events, and campaigns. He has worked on integrated campaigns for major clients such as Vectone Mobile, Delight Mobile and The Global Real Estate Institute.
Freelance - Teodora Petkova - Content writer - Twitter @TheodoraPetkova
Teodora Petkova is a freelance content writer in love with the metamorphoses of text on the Web. Curious about our networked lives, she explores how the Semantic Web vision unfolds, transforming the possibilities of the written word.