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The Entity Universe 🌌

Ways to implement entity analysis.

Be in The Know

👾 Discord will begin showing ads to users based on geographic location, age, and gameplay.

📉 Twitter use is down by a quarter since the Musk Era started.

🔗 Source links will be displayed more prominently in the paid version of ChatGPT.

⚓ Was there enough room on that hunk of wood for Jack to survive the Titanic? IDK, but you can bid on the hunk of wood now.

Adobe Generative Fill Prompt: A robot wearing a life vest in the ocean. Painterly.

Enhance SEO & Digital Marketing with Entity Analysis

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Use entity analysis…

  • in keyword research.
  • in internal link or backlink audits and optimization of site structure.
  • to analyze feedback from your customers or users.
  • for content analysis and new content ideation.
  • to analyze YouTube comments and other social video interactions.
  • by incorporating it into competitor analysis to identify content gaps.
  • to enhance local SEO with geo-specific entities.
  • for on-page and structured data enhancements.
  • to improve the topical authority of your website’s content.

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Duolingo on Ice

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Love it or hate it, the best branded April Fools campaign goes to everyone’s favorite antagonistic owl.

Duolingo announced a “4-hour skate dancing extravaganza” filled with fantastical, multilingual musical numbers, like “Spanish or Vanish” and “All That Rizz.”

The brand worked with SeatGeek to build a landing page for tickets (starting at $42) to the 12-city tour. Users who clicked to purchase got a cancellation notice (due to nefarious owl behavior) with promo codes for both brands.

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